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...

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...

New initiative for Indonesian higher education toward world-class status

By Prof Anas Miftah Fauzi Vice Rector for Research and Collaboration Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia Indonesian higher education institutions Indonesia covers a wide range of higher education institutions...

The Value of Shared Leadership

A QS Showcase message from Father Herminio V Dagohoy, rector of University of Santo Tomas “We do not need to stress the fact that in...

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,...

A new start in the search for international competitiveness

Thailand has refined its plans for higher education to boost the economy through innovation. Dr Udom Kachintorn, president of Mahidol University, tells John O’Leary...

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...

Quality in Education: Achievements and Aspirations

A QS Showcase message from Dr Abdullah Al Rubaish, rector of Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University “Accreditation is a major step forward in our quest...

Harnessing the Transformative Power of Liberal Arts Education

A QS Showcase message from Professor Leonard K Cheng, president of Lingnan University in Hong Kong “The liberal arts education provided by Lingnan University...

Yale’s gamekeeper turns poacher with a difference

Richard Levin says traditional universities should embrace MOOCs, not fear them. The CEO of Coursera tells John O’Leary that online courses can bring particular...

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