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Clifford Chao

Taiwan addresses a double challenge on quality and quantity

Two of the island’s leading private universities prepare to merge as the government tries to boost performance while preparing for declining numbers of students....
Mohammed Shajahan

Average 6.5% annual economic growth in Bangladesh brings both challenges and opportunities for its...

Enjoying an annual growth rate of 6.5% for many years, Bangladesh has unique demands for its higher education. A leading industrialist, Mohammed Shajahan is...
Dr Haifa Jamal Al-Lail

Aspiring to Achieve World-Class Education

A QS Showcase profile of Dr Haifa Jamal Al-Lail, president of Effat University “My personal philosophy is founded on a commitment to women’s empowerment and...
Dr Rajan Saxena

Transformation of Indian higher education

By Dr Rajan Saxena Vice Chancellor NMIMS Disruptive changes in economy, society and technology are today transforming India at a rapid speed. The government, programmes...
Kamal Nasharuddin Mustapha

Malaysia’s private universities join their public counterparts in a strong rise in world rankings

Malaysia’s universities disappointed in the first world rankings back in 2004. As a result, its government took a bold step to re-evaluate its higher...

The University of Macau: a New Model for Talent Nurturing

Reform of higher learning should not be simply expanding the scale of universities; rather, higher learning institutions should align themselves with the value and...

Producing world-class professionals in the Philippines

By Dr Reynaldo Vea President Mapúa University In embarking on a journey toward professional success anywhere in the world, a strong educational foundation proves to be...

What next for the standard bearers of Gulf higher education?

Darwish Al-Emadi traces the development of national universities in GCC countries. John O’Leary hears his verdict on their changing roles and challenges for the...

New mood of antipathy spells long-term danger for universities

Glyn Davis fears that unrest over high fee levels could have serious consequences for institutions in parts of the West. The Melbourne vice chancellor...
Fees deal brings peace at last on campuses. There isn’t a standoff now.

Fees deal brings peace at last on campuses. There isn’t a standoff now.

An institution with an illustrious past has been a prime target for the student protests that have swept South Africa. Professor Tyrone Pretorius reveals...
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