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PRESENTATION

Internationalisation Policy for Higher Education Malaysia

28.07.2011

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presentation flow
Presentation flow
  • Internationalisation and its impact on the higher education sector
  • Context: Malaysian higher education
  • Introduction to internationalisation policy
  • Critical aspects of policy
  • Final output
  • Conclusion

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internationalisation
Internationalisation
  • An added international element in the sector’s teaching, learning, research and networking activities
  • Significant potential in national and institutional building

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international student mobility
International student mobility

3.3 million

2010

Top hosts for international students:

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Source: http://atlas.iienetwork.org/

australia canada
Australia & Canada
  • Australia (2010):
    • International education: AUS$18.3 billion in export income
    • AUS$10.4 billion from higher education
  • Canada (2008):
    • Education services import: South Korea (22.1%), Saudi Arabia (14.3%), China (12.4%), India (9.3%), Taiwan (8.2%), France (8.1%) and Hong Kong (7.2%).

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internationalisation global perspective in
Internationalisation - Global perspective in:
  • Setting high international standards in everything;
  • Encouraging international, intercultural and inter-faith awareness throughout the university community;
  • Ensuring a culture in which people of all backgrounds feel equally welcome;
  • Seeking faculty and students from around the world;

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  • Encouraging language studies;
  • Encouraging international experience by students and staff alike, curriculum that genuinely reflects international experience and global issues;
  • International community service projects;
  • Alumni activities around the world,

... and more

Source:

Professor Don Markwell,Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education), The University of Western Australia

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200,000 students

2020

RM 6 billion generated

~ RM 30,000 spent / international student

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current efforts
Current efforts:
  • Greater access
  • Liberalisation of private higher education institutions
  • Strategies to improve the performance and delivery of higher education
  • Education as NKEA

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Covering 6critical aspects of internationalisation for Malaysian higher education for 2011-2020

Student mobility

Staff mobility

Social integration and community engagement

Internationalisation Policy

Academic programmes

Governance

and Autonomy

Research and development

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objectives
Objectives:
  • To identify key components of internationalisation of higher education in Malaysia
  • Improve current internationalisation practices of higher education institutions
  • To align all internationalisation practices towards national aims

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Features of the policy?

Enabling

Inclusive

Operational

Action steps, responsibility, and measurable outlined

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expected outcome
Expected outcome:
  • Increasegrowthof international students and staff
  • Increase inbound and outbound mobility of students and staff
  • Increase positive experiences of international students

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final output

FINAL OUTPUT

PART 5

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A compilationof input, ideas and practices from 14 public higher education institutions and 9 private higher education institutions

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