Journey to Global Prominence: Harmony of Human Heritage and Advanced Technology
Excellence in higher education can take many forms, from research and education to employability, stakeholder engagement and the broader student experience. This track is concerned with the overall strategy of identifying, planning for and evaluating university excellence in its many forms. The track will offer range of practical case studies from around the world as well as more general presentations on the strategic management of higher education, quality assurance and evaluation. Presentations describing novel applications and strategies are highly encouraged.
Internationalization is a key feature of the current global higher education landscape, with consistently rising research collaboration, faculty and student mobility. At the same time this trend creates many challenges ranging from the curriculum, financing, interactions within the university community, etc. The central topic of this track concerns not just successful internationalization but especially the (internal) challenges faced and how they were overcome.
All universities have stories to tell although the massification and globalization of higher education, as well as changes in media consumption (think social media) have changed universities communication strategies. How can institutions not only adapt but seize upon the opportunities offered in this new media landscape? The track will address successful communication, marketing and branding strategies as well as engagement with the media and the public at large, especially when attempting to reach across national borders.
With various initiatives underway in the heart of the Eurasian continent, the region that was once part of the Silk Road linking East Asia to Europe is today on the cusp of rapid development. This advancement also carries over into its higher education sector, developments which are centre-stage in this track. Presentations about developments taking place in the region, especially those that are forward-looking and also those that involve partnerships within and beyond the region will form the core of this track.
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Submissions by non-academic institutions
Kindly note that there has been a revision in our submission policies and we will only be accepting proposals from non- academic institutions, who are track sponsors.
If a non- academic institution would like to present a paper at our conferences, they may do so through sponsorship of a whole session (3 presentation slots) at our conferences.
In this instance, if you would like to present a paper under Track 4, you may wish to consider a sponsorship for a session under Track 4 only.
Multiple submissions by academic institutions
All proposers of the said event are to abide to the following
- Each approved presenter will only be scheduled to a single presentation slot in the program
- Each institution is allowed up to three approved presentation slots, of which are to contain three different presenters.
The above policy has been put in place to ensure the delivery of a varied informative and well-tailored presentations by diverse prominent presenters of the global higher education sector.