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Prof. Dr. Supachai Yavaprabhas. Recognition in Higher Education in South-East Asia : Current Situation, Challenges, and Prospects. December 6-7 2010 Mediterranean Beach Hotel Limassol, Cyprus.

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prof dr supachai yavaprabhas
Prof. Dr. SupachaiYavaprabhas

Recognition in Higher Education in South-East Asia : Current Situation, Challenges, and Prospects

December 6-7 2010

Mediterranean Beach Hotel

Limassol, Cyprus

ASEM Conference : Quality Assurance and Recognition in Higher Education: Challenges and Prospects on Regional Cooperation and Cross Border Collaboration in Higher Education

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Outline

1. Facts about HE Landscape in ASEAN region?

2. Recognition in higher education : Current situation

3. Recognition in higher education : Challenges

4. Recognition in higher education : Prospects

slide3
ASEAN

is a region of diversity

slide4

Political

System

Population

Size

Economic

Religion

slide5

ASEAN Countries

Area: 4,523,000 km2

Countries: 10

Regional GDP per capita: $1,584

slide6

ASEAN Countries

From Small countries such as Brunei and Singapore to a very large countries like the Philippines and Indonesia

slide7

ASEAN Countries

From Landlocked countries like Laos to a country of more than 17,500 islands like Indonesia

slide8

ASEAN Countries

From Military Dictatorship

to

Presidential Democracy , Constitutional Monarchy , Parliamentary System.

From Unitary State to Federation System

slide9

ASEAN Countries

From Buddhist countries like Myanmar, Lao PDR, Thailand, and Cambodia

to

Muslim Countries like Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia

and to

big Christian Country like the Philippines, as well as those mixed religions like Singapore and Vietnam

slide10

ASEAN Countries

From the very poor country

to the very rich country in the world

slide11

ASEAN Countries

Total population is 584 million.

Total student population is 12 million with Indonesia as a biggest-3+ million, the Philippines-2.6 million, and Thailand-2.0 million.

slide12

ASEAN Countries

Total number of HEIS

is more than 5,000.

3,000+ HEIs in Indonesia,

1,800+ HEIS in the Philippines

and 580 HEIs in Malaysia.

slide13

ASEAN Countries

Literacy rate is more than 90%

in most countries,

except Lao PDR and Cambodia

slide14

ASEAN : Higher Education Landscape

In the region,

Higher Education systems range

from very centralised and highly regulated by the Ministry,

to the highly autonomous, and also a mix of both within one country

slide15

ASEAN : Student Population

Totalpopulation is 584 million.

Total student population is 12+ million with Indonesia as a biggest 3+ million, the Philippines 2.6 million, Thailand 2.0 million, and Malaysia 1.8 million

slide16
Southeast Asia

is a region of diversity in different aspects including higher education system

slide17

Common Challenges in Higher Education in ASEAN

  • Geographic spread and diversity of
  • HEIS
  • Ensuring equitable access for all students
  • Lack of qualified faculty staff
  • Limited experience of quality assurance
  • processes
  • Limited research expertise
slide18

SEAMEO

Southeast Asian

Ministers of Education Organisation

slide19
SEAMEO 19 specialist institutions :-To enhance regional understanding, cooperation, and networks

SEAMEO Centres

slide20

Language

SEAMEO QITEP

  • Open and Distant Learning
      • SEAMEO SEAMOLEC

Mathematics

SEAMEO QITEP

Tropical Biology SEAMEO BIOTROP

  • Science
      • SEAMEO QITEP
slide21

Education Training SEAMEO RETRAC

History and Tradition of SEA

SEAMEO CHAT

Science and Mathematics

SEAMEO RECSAM

Language

SEAMEO RELC

Vocational and Technical Education

SEAMEO VOCTECH

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Agriculture and Development

SEAMEO SEARCA

Higher Education Development

SEAMEO RIHED

Education Innovation

SEAMEO INNOTECH

Cultural Development SEAMEO SPAFA

Tropical Medicine

SEAMEO TROPMED

(Network, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand)

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SEAMEO RIHED’s MISSION

‘To assist member countries in promoting efficiency and effectiveness in higher education policy planning and development.’

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Outline

1. Facts about HE Landscape in ASEAN region?

2. Recognition in Higher Education : Current situation

3. Recognition in higher education : Challenges

4. Recognition in higher education : Prospects

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If recognition means…………..

An acceptance by national authority, of demonstration of compliance with requirements-generally a substantial equivalence

It’s more on case by case basis

Public Service Authority / HE Authority

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If recognition means…………..

An agreement between two organizations to recognize each other’s processes or programmes

It’s also on case by case basis :-University to University agreement /Programme to programme arrangement

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If recognition means…………..

A formal acknowledgement of an individual’s professional status and right to practice a profession

It’s also a profession to profession agreement /G to G agreement /

or an ASEAN Agreement

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Outline

1. Facts about HE Landscape in ASEAN region?

2. Recognition in Higher Education : Current situation

3. Recognition in Higher Education : Challenges

4. Recognition in Higher Education : Prospects

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KSFS for “Recognition” of “Degree” :

M-I-T Experience

Visible and transparent information on higher education system, degree system, QA system and CTS are essential.

HE and Degree System

QF and Quality Assurance

System

Credit

Transfer

System

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"Pilot" project on regional student exchange with credits being transferred called M-I-T Initiative has been perceived in 2009 and being launched in 2010

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Status of NQFs in the Asia-Pacific Region

Source : DEEWR. (March,2008) p.16

qa aqan has been formulated and gradually established
QA:-AQAN has been formulated and gradually established

The Establishment of the ASEAN

Quality Assurance Network (AQAN)

SEAMEO RIHED and the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) have been coordinating to establish the ASEAN Quality Assurance Network (AQAN) from early 2008.

slide34

SEA Credit Transfer System:

What to do together?

SEAMEO RIHED : Southeast Asia Forum

UTCS International Conference, 2010

Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok

29-30 June 2010

slide35

Stage of National CTS

Indicate each country stage of National CTS aiming to measure the readiness to cooperate at regional level

slide36

Challenges for Asean CTS

Overlapping of

UCTS and ACTS

Possibility to bridge the existing CTS in

the region

Bilateral Agreement

on CTS

preferred

slide37

Agreed Criteria for Transfer of study Credit

1. To use for transfer credits in higher education program

2. To Transfer credits for courses or groups of courses in

higher education program or equivalent

3. Grade is not lower than C or 2.00 score level or

equivalentfor Bachelor degree

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Agreed Criteria for Transfer of study Credit

6. Will not be included in the calculation for the cumulative grade point average. (optional)

4. Contents covering not less than three fourths of

individual courses or groups of courses to be equated with

5.Not more than one third of the total credits of the study program into which to transfer

Agreed on 30th July 2010

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Degree Systems: Current Nature of Higher Education Diploma Supplements

  • A new idea in SoutheastAsia
  • Limited understanding of HEDS
  • No specificpolicies
  • No broadimplementation
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Potential for Future Development

  • Vietnam interested as part of internationalisation strategy
  • Alsoacknowledges benefits of fitting qualifications into global labour market
  • Malaysia considersit a HEIratherthangovernmentresponsibility
  • Myanmar believesthatcurrenttranscriptprovidesadequate information
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Diploma Supplements:

Specific Issues Faced

  • Awareness of the notion and role of HEDS
  • Commitment of Institutions to put HEDS in development plans
  • Diversity of universities in the region, in governmentrunHEI’swouldbequite simple. ..
  • Compatabilitywithexistingacademicsystems and transcripts
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Outline

1. Facts about HE Landscape in ASEAN region?

2. Recognition in Higher Education : Current situation

3. Recognition in Higher Education : Challenges

4. Recognition in Higher Education : Prospects

4 recognition in higher education prospects
4. Recognition in Higher Education : Prospects

HEDS

Toward RQF

Proceed on CTS

Strengthen

AQAN

UG

Expansion of

M-I-T and LEARN!

Promote ASEAN

Citation Index

asean 2015 sea of knowledge
ASEAN 2015 : SEA of Knowledge

Free flows of HR within the ASEAN:-

brain circulation

Where graduates of any nations can be employed in other countries within the region

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TerimaKasih

(Brunei, Indonesia,

Malaysia, Singapore)

Kop Khun

(Thailand)

Kop jai

(Laos)

THANK YOU

Cam On

(Viet Nam)

Salamat Po

(Philippines)

Jae zu tin bar tae

(Myanmar)

Or kun

(Cambodia)

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