Japanese higher education

The transition of the Japanese higher education market and the role of private universities

By Prof Hitoshi Shiozaki President Kindai University, Japan Japanese universities are facing a crossroads. The population of 18-year-olds (i.e. the age when students finish secondary...

The resurgence of higher education in Pakistan

By Dr S Sohail H Naqvi Vice Chancellor Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan “In the last 10 years Pakistan has emerged as the country...
Higher education in the Philippines

Higher education in the Philippines: in transition

By Dr Clarita D Carillo Vice Rector for Academic Affairs University of Santo Tomas, The Philippines Background Higher education institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines cater to...
Paradigm shift in foreign language education in South Korea

Paradigm shift in foreign language education in South Korea

By Dr In Chul Kim President Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea Foreign language education played a pivotal role in the remarkable economic development...
Higher education in Jordan: history, present status and future

Higher education in Jordan: history, present status and future

By Prof Azmi Mahafzah President The University of Jordan This article aims to discuss the status, challenges, and future of the higher education and scientific...
Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Paduka Limkokwing - A Global Game Changer

A Global Game Changer

A QS Showcase profile of Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Paduka Limkokwing, president of Limkokwing University “The future has always been and will always be defined...

Higher education: agent of change for a better world

By Prof Roland T Chin President Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong A university is a product of its time, and as times change, so too does...

An analysis of Australia’s first national strategy for international education

By Winnie Eley Deputy Vice Chancellor (International and Advancement) The University of Newcastle, Australia International education in Australia has, since the early 1990s,...
Transforming higher education in South Africa

Transforming higher education in South Africa

By Prof Tinyiko Maluleke Advisor to the Principal and Vice Chancellor University of Pretoria, South Africa In 13 years, the oldest South African university, the University of...

Malaysian higher education soaring upwards

Tony Martin interviewes Malaysia’s minister of higher education, Dato' Seri Haji Idris bin Jusoh. The first publication of world university rankings in 2004 caused shock...

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