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Indian higher education – opportunities and transformation

Indian higher education – opportunities and transformation

By Dr Rajan Saxena Vice Chancellor NMIMS University, India Traditionally India has been known as “Gyan ka Kendra” or a knowledge centre. It earned this tag because...
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...
Nurturing Women Leaders for Generations Through Innovative Comprehensive Gender Specific Education – the Banasthali Way

Nurturing Women Leaders for Generations Through Innovative Comprehensive Gender Specific Education – the Banasthali...

A QS Showcase message from Professor Aditya Shastri, vice chancellor of Banasthali University “Education is as old as the human existence, but the participation of...
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...
Research endeavours and strategies in Egyptian universities

Research endeavours and strategies in Egyptian universities

By Prof Elsayed Youssef Elkady President Benha University, Egypt The higher education sector of Egypt includes 27 State-funded governmental universities (e.g. Cairo and Alexandria Universities),...
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...
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...
Are universities leading the way to build a higher education workforce for the future? Australia in focus

Are universities leading the way to build a higher education workforce for the future?...

By Winnie Eley Deputy Vice Chancellor, International and Advancement The University of Newcastle, Australia “Keeping up with workforce shifts isn’t easy, particularly for big, traditional companies. The...
Nunzio Quacquarelli – the role of QS in higher education

Nunzio Quacquarelli – the role of QS in higher education

Driven by a passion to improve the quality of communications and services surrounding international higher education, graduate employability and student mobility, Cambridge MA and...
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...

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