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Building–up Noble Future

The name Universitas Brawijaya (Brawijaya University) was granted by the first President of the Republic of Indonesia on July 11, 1961. This name is...

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...

From zero to 39,845 in seven years; Saudi Arabia’s fast track to women’s degree...

Saudi Arabia’s Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University opened in 2011 and is already the world’s largest university for women. Its rector, Dr Huda bint...
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...

Industrialists help bring relevance to Vietnam’s burgeoning private university sector

Under the leadership of its president, Professor Nguyen Manh Hung, Vietnam’s private Nguyen Tat Thanh University (NTTU) has grown to become a comprehensive university...

Enhancing the partnership between universities and the private sector

Dr Haifa Jamal Allail, Effat University president, together with Prof Rainer Speh, Siemens Saudi Arabia chief technology officer, tell Cyrus Tabatabaei how Effat University...

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 academic mission in Pakistan and Africa

Awais Raoof, chairman of governors at the University of Lahore, is also Uganda’s honorary consul. He tells John O’Leary how the two roles can...
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Hong Kong’s Transformation into a Global Hub of Innovation

By Professor Rocky S Tuan • Vice Chancellor and President, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Long known as the city where East meets West,...

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...

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