Dr. Fadlil Munawwar Manshur Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Dr fadlil munawwar manshur universitas gadjah mada indonesia l.jpg
Download
1 / 24

Dr. Fadlil Munawwar Manshur Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia . &. Nur Rashidah Abdul Rahman Malaysian Qualifications Agency, Malaysia. TABLE OF CONTENT. FINAL PROJECT WHERE THE IDEA COMES FROM COLLABORATIVE PROJECT BETWEEN MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA SOUTH EAST ASIA UNIVERSITY

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.

Download Presentation

Dr. Fadlil Munawwar Manshur Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Dr fadlil munawwar manshur universitas gadjah mada indonesia l.jpg

Dr. Fadlil Munawwar ManshurUniversitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

&

Nur Rashidah Abdul Rahman

Malaysian Qualifications Agency, Malaysia


Table of content l.jpg

TABLE OF CONTENT

  • FINAL PROJECT

  • WHERE THE IDEA COMES FROM

  • COLLABORATIVE PROJECT BETWEEN MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA

  • SOUTH EAST ASIA UNIVERSITY

  • PARADIGM, PUBLIC&PRIVATE, QUALITY, ACCESS, EQUITY, CAPACITY & MONITORING


Final project l.jpg

FINAL PROJECT

  • WHY WE DECIDE WITH THE IDEA

    - GLOBALIZATION

    - LIMITED SOURCE

    - PARADIGM

    - DIVERSITY

    - AWARENESS TO GIVE SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY (BECAUSE WE ARE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES)

    - GETTING CONNECTED TO ONE ANOTHER IN SOUTH EAST ASIA


Where the ideas come from l.jpg

WHERE THE IDEAS COME FROM

  • INPUT FROM THE IFE 2020 FORUM

  • REALIZING OF THE LIMITED SOURCE – WE ARE NOT ADVANCE IN HIGH TECH., FUNDING, INTELECTUAL COMMUNITY, EXPERTISE, ETC

  • EMERGING PARADIGM IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN TERMS OF RESEARCH (TO INCREASE THE VOLUME OF RESEARCHERS)

  • DIVERSITY – CREATE NEW WAYS OF ACADEMIC ATMOSPHERE

  • AWARENESS TO GIVE SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY (BECAUSE WE ARE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES)

  • (GETTING THE IDEA FROM MICROSOFT WORD COMPANY)


Collaborative project between malaysia and indonesia l.jpg

COLLABORATIVE PROJECT BETWEEN MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA

INPUT:

  • FROM REGIONS OF SOUTH EAST ASIA

    PROCESS:

  • Proposal put forward to the Head of Institution/Agency

  • Bring forward to the Ministry of Education of Malaysia and Indonesia

  • Widespread to the Ministry Of Education in South East Asia countries.


South east asia l.jpg

SOUTH EAST ASIA


Countries of south east asia l.jpg

COUNTRIES OF SOUTH EAST ASIA

1. Brunei

2. Cambodia

3. Indonesia

4. Laos

5. Malaysia

6. Myanmar

  • 7. Philippines

  • 8. Singapore

  • 9. Thailand

  • 10. Vietnam

  • 11. East Timor


Slide8 l.jpg

South East Asia University

(SEA U)


Mobile university l.jpg

MOBILE UNIVERSITY

  • Period in getting PhD: 3-5 years for the research. More than that-drop out.

  • Involve senior expertise as the board of administrative and academic.

  • Shared Capital for developing the SEA U.

  • Collaborative Secretariat from Malaysia and Indonesia and it is done in a rotation way between Malaysia and Indonesia.


Ficilities provided l.jpg

FICILITIES PROVIDED


Ficilities provided11 l.jpg

FICILITIES PROVIDED


The language composition for each country is as follows official languages are in bold l.jpg

The language composition for each country is as follows: (official languages are in bold.)

  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands Nicobarese, Bengali, English, Hindi, Malayalam, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Shompen, Andamanese languages, others .Brunei Malay, English, Chinese, indigenous Borneian dialects. CambodiaKhmer, English, French, Vietnamese, Chamic dialects, Chinese dialects, others[.Christmas Island English, Chinese, Malay.Cocos (Keeling) Islands English, Cocos Malay.East Timor Tetum, Portuguese, Indonesian, English, Mambae, Makasae, Tukudede, Bunak, Galoli, Kemak, Fataluku, Baikeno, others[.Indonesia Indonesian, Acehnese, Batak, Minang, Sundanese, Javanese, Sasak, Tetum, Dayak, Minahasa, Toraja, Buginese, Halmahera, Ambonese, Ceramese; English, Dutch, Papuan languages, Chinese, and so much others.LaosLao, Vietnamese, Hmong, Miao, Mien, Dao, Shan; French, English others.MalaysiaMalay, English, Chinese dialects, Indian languages, Sarawakian and Sabahan languages, others.Myanmar Burmese, Shan, Karen, Rakhine, Kachin, Chin, Mon, Chinese dialects, Indian languages, others. PhilippinesFilipino/Tagalog, English, Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon or Ilonggo, Bicol, Waray, Pampango, and Pangasinan. Singapore English, Mandarin (Chinese), Malay, Tamil, other Chinese dialects, other Indian languages, Arabic dialects, others. South China Sea Islands English, Filipino, Malay, Mandarin (Chinese), Vietnamese. Thailand Thai, English, Chinese dialects, Malay, Lao, Khmer, Isaan, Shan, Lue, Phutai, Mon, Mein, Hmong, Karen, others. Vietnam Vietnamese, English, Chinese dialects, French, Khmer, mountain area languages (Mon-Khmer and Malayo-Polynesian)


Paradigm l.jpg

PARADIGM

  • EMERGING PARADIGM

    - Transformative learning with High Technologies – On line in Teaching and Learning – Video Teleconference, etc

    - For profit institution- the products are marketable

    - HE for all the regions

    - Academic/industrial Cooperation


Paradigm15 l.jpg

PARADIGM

  • GLOBAL IDENTITY – The University involves all the regions and being connected to those regions.

  • Multiculturalism

  • Networking with the communities & applications of knowledge(s) are related to the communities

  • Breakdown boundaries within the regions


Quality l.jpg

Quality

Internal Evaluation from:

  • Academic Community

  • Industrial Community

  • Non Government Organization (NGO)

  • Community

    External Evaluation from:

  • International Agencies for Assessment (Times, ISO etc)


Public private l.jpg

Public & Private

  • The University involve Government and Private Sectors (Industries or Companies)

  • Input from expertise :

    - Academician

    -Practitioner

    -Industrial Community

    -Community


Quality18 l.jpg

Quality

  • Input – Only Selected Students for Doctorate (PhD) Program

  • Board of Assessment – consists of representative (expertise) from each countries

  • Process- evaluate effectively by academic mechanism

  • Output – The products of the research & the postgraduates will have high level of quality standard

  • Outcome – The products will benefit to:

    - Knowledge and technology development

    - Industrial and Market Driven

    - Utilize by the Communities


Access l.jpg

ACCESS

  • All institutions in the region will participate in giving ideas/input

  • Students will come from all of the countries in South East Asia (Cross border high education)

  • Students can utilize the facilities of the research centers of the universities

  • Lectures/Researchers/Expertise can be obtained from each countries


Equity l.jpg

EQUITY

  • University for all – involve all of the level of communities, special need people.

  • Cross Subsidize – Funding will be contribute by the established industries, funding organization, the community with high level status of income etc

  • Countries involve in developing the university in all aspects

  • Communities can give ideas and comment to the university regarding the products


Capacity l.jpg

CAPACITY

  • STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY:

    -Flexible : Representative from each countries and communities.

    -Interlink to each other

    Good University Governance

    -Transparency & Accountability in :

    Financial and funding, board of trustee

    Organization, Community, Stakeholder

    Reporting of research


Capacity22 l.jpg

CAPACITY

  • Managerial System

    Efficiency of Planning

    Structural Implementation

    Monitoring, reviewing, upgrading

    Evaluation of the University’s Programs

  • Responsibility in realization of programs:

    Run by the expertise from each research center of each countries


Monitoring l.jpg

Monitoring

  • Reports of activities in research will be produced annually

  • Quality control of the project will be carried out once in three years

  • Comment and ideas are welcome from various part of the world not only South East Asia


Slide24 l.jpg

THANK YOU

FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION


  • Login