UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA. Morality. Quality. Excellent Leadership. Topic. Strategies for Developing Human Resources in response to ASEAN Labor Market Needs. 1. 2. 3. 4. Contents. Background of ASEAN. Background of Cambodia. Background and Strategies of USEA.
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Strategies for Developing Human Resources in response to ASEAN Labor Market Needs
Background of ASEAN
Background of Cambodia
Background and Strategies of USEA
Questions and Answers
ASEAN was established on August 8, 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand through a joint statement
(a joint statement in Bangkok) by 5 founders including Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand in order to make economic and political cooperation with the countries in south-east Asia. Currently, ASEAN has a population of 600 million and a land area of 4.5 million km2.
In Khmer Rouge regime, the national economy and human resources declined to zero. Thus, since the collapse of Khmer Rouge regime 1979, the Royal Government of Cambodia has made a concerted effort to restore and develop the economy, social services, and human resources. Meanwhile, general education started in 1980. Public higher education began in late 1980s.
And private higher education commenced in late 1990s. Hence, University of South-East Asia was founded in 2006 to develop human resources to make a contribution to economic and social development.
In 2015, the Royal Government of Cambodia is going to integrate into the ASEAN economic community. Therefore, the Royal Government has been enhancing the quality of education, especially higher education. In the meantime, University of South-East Asia has formulated 5 main strategies to develop human resources in terms of soft skills and technical skills in line with the labor market needs of ASEAN and the region.
- To cooperate with university partners in
setting up cross border programs through
credit transfer, double degree programs/
sandwich programs/joint programs and multi-
campus studies in line with ASEAN Credit
Transfer System (ACTS).
-To prepare documents to request national approval (from Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport and ACC).
2. To ensure accreditation on the program and
institution from the nation (ACC) and ASEAN
University Network (AUN).
-To study the standards and guidelines of the
nation (ACC) and ASEAN University Network
3. To improve the management and education by
technology and information communication
technology to ensure the effectiveness of
management and the quality of teaching,
learning and research.
- To set up IT systems to manage the university’s
operations, teaching, learning, and research.
- To equip the university with modern technology
in support of operations, teaching, learning, and
4. To encourage instructors and students to
conduct research in order to enhance their
abilities, teaching, learning, and publication.
5. To strengthen and expand international
relations to exchange experience, to do joint
research, and to conduct cross border programs.
International expert conference on student exchange among universities with accreditation on higher education in eastern Asia organized by Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport in cooperation with Japanese Science and Technology on August 9, 2011.