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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...

Strategies for internationalisation of China’s theatre education

By Prof Xu Xiang President The Central Academy of Drama, China With the increasingly deep influence of globalisation on human society, research on globalisation has...
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...

Still changing after all these years (929 of them)

Francesco Ubertini has been rector of the University of Bologna in Italy since 2015. Here he discusses the challenges of running Europe’s oldest and...
universities rise to the challenges

Can universities rise to the challenges of the 21st century?

Prof Riyad Hamzah takes the helm at the University of Bahrain with an ambitious reform agenda. He tells John O’Leary that others will need...

Entrepreneurial university: connecting education, research and innovation in Russia

By Dr Vladimir Nikiforov Vice Rector for Research ITMO University, Russia From 1990s to mid-2000s, the majority of research centres and universities in Russia faced a challenge...
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...

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...
Joy to the world? Or tears on its pillow? The hopes and fears of Brexit

Joy to the world? Or tears on its pillow? The hopes and fears of...

By Tony Martin Former Vice President QS Quacquarelli Symonds With the help of a distinguished panel of Asia and Pacific based educationists, Tony Martin attempts to define...
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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