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  1. 1. The must-attend event dedicated to building world-class universities in Asia THE UNPARALLELED PATH TO CREATE WORLD-CLASS EXCELLENCE FINANCIAL MODELS Discovering feasible revenue models to build financially sustainable universities RESEARCH EXCELLENCE Defining research niches and enhancing research capabilities to ensure a competitive edge KEY TOPICS OF EXPLORATION: Dr. Joshua Mok Ka-ho Vice President, Lingnan University Dr. Seeram Ramakrishna Director, Center for Nanofibers & Nanotechnology, National University of Singapore Dr. Steven J Cannon Executive Vice-President, University of Hong Kong Professor Pascale Quester Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President The University of Adelaide Prof. Dr. Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Malaya Mr. Duncan Ross Data and Analytics Director, Times Higher Education Ranking Researched & Developed by:Media Partners: Corporate Learning logo T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! Main Conference: 24 & 25 February 2016 Pre-Conference Workshops: 23 February 2016 Venue: Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Register before 18 December 2015 and save up to USD400! INTERNATIONALISATION Cooperating and leveraging on regional support to tackle key challenges facing internationalisation efforts COLLABORATION Learning key success factors to build fruitful partnerships for academic & research excellence INNOVATION Keeping in pace with latest global education trends and integrating innovation into the university DNA GOVERNANCE & TALENT MANAGEMENT Devising university leadership in rapidly changing Asian landscape Acquiring, nurturing and retaining talented faculties to achieve excellence and innovation — Anne Pakir, Associate Professor, National University of Singapore — Anne Pakir, Associate Professor, "The centre of gravity in higher education is perceptibly shifting to Asia where more than half of the world's population is found."
  2. 2. T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2016 Dear higher education leaders, The quality and performance of higher education in Asia is on the rise! In 2015, for the first time, two Asian universities are ranked in top 15 Top World Universities by QS. How to up the ranking and maintain a competitive edge has become a priority for leaders in higher education institutes. I believe you are never just an educator, but also a strategist with many hats to develop effective partnerships, structure sustainable revenue models, as well as drive research excellence and continuous improvement. While you’re devoting time to engage students and faculties, you also need to run your university as a sustainable business. This is why we’ve designed the Higher Education Leaders Asia Forum 2015 – the only event in the region to discuss the strategic topics. You will hear from 20+ best practice presentations from top universities across eight countries in Asia. PLUS network with 100+ regional education leaders to dive into high level conversations and ensure you have the knowledge to lead your university into the future. I look forwards to welcoming you in February 2016! Bella Lai Conference Producer Higher Education Leaders Asia Forum 2016 WELCOME KEY TOPICS TO BE ADDRESSED Teaching & learning cultivation for academic excellence University governance & talent management Sustainable financial models to overcome budget constraints Internationalization, branding and reputation management Strategic partnerships to enhance research capabilities Cultivating innovation and entrepreneurship for millennial students IDEAS IN NUMBERS According to UNESCO, Malaysia is placed as the 11th preferred education destination globally. The number of international students in Malaysia has risen by more than 100% over eight years, and is expected to reach 200,000 foreign students by 2020 According to QS, there has been in the number of Asian universities in their global top 200 during the last five years; . So how we can keep the strong growth in the upcoming five years? Asian institutions have rapidly increased their ability to attract the world’s best faculty and students. The rankings show a five-year surge in international students studying at ranked institutions in Asia, from while total international faculty has grown from 17% increase 255,212 21,223 Asia international 175,286 35,677 21 senior thought- leading speakers from top universities across 8 countries in Asia 11 case studies to demonstrate how top universities are uplifting their teaching & learning, research capabilities, talent management and sustainable revenue models expert-lead workshops of 3-hour each to allow in-depth learning, longer and more focused interactive discussion “University did not have to be old to be world-class – it just had to be "bold". ” – Phil Baty, Editor, Times Higher Education 2interactive roundtable sessions, and panel discussions to dive deep into engaging discussion with your peers
  3. 3. T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! OUR SPEAKERS WHO WILL I MEET? Education Leaders from Universities and Private Education Institutions including: Chancellors Vice Chancellors Deputy Vice Chancellors Directors of Research Centres Vice Rector Head Directors Deans Presidents CEOs FROM THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES Malaysia Indonesia Thailand Philippines Hong Kong Singapore U.A.E Australia Prof. Tan Sri Dato’ Dzulkifli Abdul Razak President, International Association of Universities Prof. Pascale Quester Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President (Academic), The University of Adelaide Prof. Tan Chin Tiong Senior Advisor to President, Singapore Management University Assoc. Prof Dr. Peter Looker Head of Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy Division, Nanyang Technological University Dr. Seeram Ramakrishna Director, Center for Nanofibers & Nanotechnology, National University of Singapore Prof. Dr. Pey Kin Leong Associate Provost, Singapore University of Technology and Design Prof. Hamish Coates Head - Higher Education at the Centre, University of Melbourne Mr. Duncan Ross Data and Analytics Director, Times Higher Education Ranking Prof Christine Ennew Provost and Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho Vice President, Lingnan University Dr. Steven J Cannon Executive Vice-President, University of Hong Kong Mr. Thumbay Moideen Founder President, Gulf Medical University – Thumbay Group Dr. Perapong Tekasakul Vice President, Prince of Songkla University Prof. Dato’ Ir. Dr. Riza Atiq Abdullah bin O.K Rahmat Deputy Vice-Chancellor, The National University of Malaysia Dr. Pradeep Kumar Nair Deputy Vice Chancellor, Taylor’s University Prof. Dr. Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud Deputy Vice chancellor, University of Malaya Dato’ Dr. Paul Chan Co-Founder, Vice Chancellor and President, HELP University Prof. Dr. Yudi Samyudia Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor, Curtin University Dr. Mohd. Majid Konting Former Director, Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT), Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia Assoc Prof Dr Sakina Sofia Baharom Vice Chancellor, UNITAR International University (UNITAR) Prof. Dato’ Dr. Musa Ahmad Vice-Chancellor, University Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) – Rajika Bhandari, IIE’s deputy vice-president, co-author, “Asia: The next higher education superpower?” “Asia can stand on its own. It has been positioning itself as an education hub and developing connections between higher education and business”
  4. 4. T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Tuesday, 23rd February 2016 We understand the unique challenges facing Asian universities leaders. That is why we are giving you the opportunity to join two comprehensive workshops attached to our conference. These highly interactive exercises dive deep into case studies and engaging discussions. To promote maximum interaction and value for your investment, workshops are limited to a small number of participants. You can look forward to lively discussions, networking with peers and sharing of ideas and information. DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY, REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOPS TODAY! Course materials and refreshments will be provided during the sessions. Improving research capabilities through research partnerships Identifying & fostering strong niches in emerging research areas to enhance research capabilities Maintaining sustainable and competitive research with a focus on outcomes and end-user adoption Sourcing and screening for the matching research partners Winning strategies to apply for research grants Structuring efficient MOUs, and MOAs to ensure fair responsibilities Benchmarking and tracking the partnership results to optimize research outcomes Balancing short-term and long-term research projects Dr. Seeram Ramakrishna is Director of Center for Nano-fibers & Nanotechnology at National University of Singapore (NUS). Professor Seeram is currently the the Director of Center for Nanofibers &. Nanotechnology at the National University of Singapore, and is the former NUS Vice-President (Research Strategy). He has recently received IFEES Presidents Global Visionary award to be recognized for his significant contributions to the global engineering education community, as well as ASEAN and IES Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award and NUS Outstanding Researcher Award. He is a scholar and speaker on tertiary engineering education and innovation trends at the meetings facilitated by World Bank, OECD, EU, Governments, and universities around the world. He is among the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds (Thomson Reuters). He authored 6 books, and ~ 700 international journal papers which attracted ~ 47,000 citations and ~ 100 H-index. He received PhD from the University of Cambridge, UK and the general management training from the Harvard University, USA University Ranking 101: understanding the rules of the game to up your rankings How is ranking outcome derived? – Fundamental enabling factors to build a pre-eminent university Outlining the overall performance of Asia universities The future of ranking – what will be changes in the ranking methodologies? Strategies to understand university ranking: citations impacts, income from industry and international outlook Utilizing the ranking wisely to benchmark university performance without losing your unique identity Replicating success from top universities under constrained funding facing Asia universities What are alternative benchmarking systems for start-up and non research-focused universities? How much funding is required to fuel the growth of an esteemed world- class university? How did top universities grapple with their early challenges to aim for persistent excellence? Mr. Duncan Ross Data and Analytics Director, Times Higher Education Ranking Duncan has been a data miner since the mid 1990s. He is currently Director of Data and Analytics for Times Higher Education, where his team generates University rankings and related data products. Prior to this he led Teradata’s Data Science team in Europe and Asia, where he was responsible for developing analytical solutions across a number of industries, including warranty and root cause analysis in manufacturing, and social network analysis in telecommunications. In his spare time Duncan has been a city councillor, chair of a national charity, founder of an award-winning farmers’ market, and one of the founding directors of the Institute of Data Miners. He is one of the co-founders of DataKind UK, and regularly speaks on data science and social good. A B 13:00 – 16:009:00 – 12:00
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T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! 08:30 Morning Refreshment and Registration 09:00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman Dr. Joshua Mok Ka-ho, Vice President, Lingnan University GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION TRENDS & INTERNATIONALISATION 09:10 Developing strong university leadership in the rapidly changing Asian landscape Discussing the unique challenges faced by education leaders in Asian universities Tackling a universities tradition-bound nature which is resistant to change to drive transformation Developing a leadership style that is compatible and aligned with various leadership philosophies across faculties Building strong, visionary and courageous leadership in Asian universities Prof. Tan Sri Dato’ Dzulkifli Abdul Razak President, International Association of Universities 09:50 Understanding global trends that may disrupt the higher education landscape in Asia Understanding key trends impacting the Asian higher education landscape How MOOCs, dual degree and other tri-continental curricula are reshaping the design of higher education programs Easing the polarized regional development of education in Asia How the availability of information will change the direction of education Major trends in 21st century academia – vision 2030 The impact of the rise of higher education in Asia on the rest of the world Prof. Pascale Quester Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President (Academic), The University of Adelaide 10:30 Morning Coffee and Networking Break 11:00 Millennial students – developing a university that meets the needs of future students Decoding the new faces of millennial students: who are they and what are their expectations? Developing teaching methodologies to facilitate experience based and project-based learning Making the shift from specialized education to more broad based multidisciplinary education Producing capable graduates with skills, moral values and entrepreneurial mindsets Prof. Tan Chin Tiong Senior Advisor to President, Singapore Management University 11:40 Deriving a winning internationalization strategy for Asian universities Discussing and tackling challenges facing internationalization efforts in Asian universities: is language the only barrier? Winning strategies to entice international students and faculties Developing an internationalization strategy through student mobility, joint curriculum, knowledge transfer and income generation Leveraging on key attractions of Asia universities Setting up facilities and cultivating a culture that embraces and support internationalization Prof. Dato’ Ir. Dr. Riza Atiq Abdullah bin O.K Rahmat, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, The National University of Malaysia 12:20 Lunch Break TEACHING AND LEARNING EXCELLENCE 13:20 Cultivating teaching and learning methodology to enhance innovation and “high order thinking” among graduates Enhancing teaching methodologies by understanding the expectations of future students Redesigning higher education teaching and learning: what are the implications for faculties? Research insights on performance and productivity to developtheoptimalteachingandassessmentmethodologies Developing benchmarking models to assess the outcomes and performance in higher education Prof. Hamish Coates Head - Centre for the Study of Higher Education , University of Melbourne 14:00 “Student Learning in a World of Distributed Expertise”— How do we shape universities and expertise around networked practice? People often claim that current students learn differently, but a more useful way to see this is to say that we all approach learning differently now because of thechangein the way the field of knowledge is disseminated. It makes more sense to see universities as one node (or space) of learning in a network of nodes or spaces, rather than as repositories of privileged knowledge. Universities in Asia have the opportunity to take advantage of this view of the future university by creating themselves as nodes of local and global knowledge building. This presentation considers what it means for universities to be nodes of knowledge in terms of pedagogical approaches, built infrastructure and networked practice. Assoc Prof Dr. Peter Looker Head of Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy Division, Nanyang Technological University 14: 40 Enhancing E-Learning through virtual learning platform:UNITAR Education Core (UNIEC) UNIEC stands for “UNITAR Education Core”, a framework that governs all teaching and learning activities in UNITAR International University. It is based on a student-centric approach and is integrated with the concept of 21st century learning, with UNITAR’s vision and mission as its foundation. It is a clarion call for educators to return to the fundamental concept of education whilst incorporating the necessary approaches for today’s students. Assoc Prof Dr Sakina Sofia Baharom Vice Chancellor, UNITAR International University (UNITAR) 15:20 Afternoon Coffee and Networking Break CONFERENCE DAY 1 Wednesday, 24th February, 2016 CASESTUDY
  6. 6. T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! This session will discuss solutions to tackle talent issues: Quantifying and optimizing the impact of staff retention on the cost of recruitment and productivity of faculties What matters to them? – Uncovering factors affecting academic staff’s performance to incentivize and motivate wisely Strategizing an academic staff integration and development framework – a proven talent management strategy for private universities Incentivizing a young academic workforce through pecuniary benefits, opportunities for professional development and a good work-life balance Using research capabilities as a competitive advantage - enticing academic staff in the fields of science, and specialized areas Dr. Pradeep Kumar Nair Deputy Vice Chancellor, Taylor’s University (Malaysia) 17:10 Attracting, nurturing & retaining academic talent Tackling the talent shortage: Setting up a conducive environment, and rewarding career journey to acquire, empower and retain young talent TALENT MANAGEMENT & BUILDING A COLLABORATIVE CULTURE 15:50 Creating an innovative and collaborative culture for 21st Education Building the culture from scratch: Generating cross- campus synergies to embrace a collaborative culture Incubating entrepreneurship & innovation into the core DNA of universities Designing forward looking tenure systems for healthy cooperation between faculty and administration Strengthening the competencies across faculties via professional, cross-cultural, management and leadership training Prof. Dr. Pey Kin Leong Associate Provost, Singapore University of Technology and Design 16:30 “The War for Talent”: Recruitment and retention of academic staff in private higher education institutions The ability to attract and retain high caliber faculty is becoming a challenging problem for all higher education institutions, especially private higher learning institutions. By 2020, there will be 12,528 new academic staff needed in private higher education institutions in Malaysia, and 26,028 qualified academic staff needed in Malaysian universities. CONFERENCE DAY 1 Wednesday, 24th February, 2016 Enticing experienced senior faculty to build a talent anchor by leveraging on a university’s unique vision & mission “Accelerating factors”: Incentivizing to attract talent working abroad back to the home country Devising the roadmap for talent development via leadership and vocational training Strengthening the competencies across faculties via vocational, management and leadership training Dr. Mohd. Majid Konting Former Director, Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT), Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia Dr. Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Malaya Prof. Dr. Pey Kin Leong Associate Provost, Singapore University of Technology and Design Prof. Tan Sri Dato’ Dzulkifli Abdul Razak President, International Association of Universities 17:50 Closing Remark & End of Day 1 Conference CASESTUDYPANELDISCUSSION PANELDISCUSSION
  7. 7. T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! 11:40 Driving research and innovation through university- industry partnerships Prince of Songkla University (PSU) is among the leading Thailand universities with 30 faculties, 2 hospitals, and more than 40 excellence and research centers, all committed to academic excellence, and active engagement in community services. PSU has been selected to house the Southern Thailand Science Park that would turn into a special area of innovation (SAI) of the country. This session reveals how PSU successfully developed their research capabilities through a university industry partnership: Cultivating innovation via seed funding programs to nurture technology-based start-ups: incubation, acceleration and graduate programs Establishing a strong industry partnership through talent mobility programs, technology transfers initiatives and several co-research projects under Industrial Technology Assistance Program (ITAP). Embracing innovative culture through human resource management, creative approaches for industry engagement, research planning and sourcing for right innovation think tanks Leveragingongovernmentpoliciesforresearchadvancement Dr. Perapong Tekasakul. Vice President, Prince of Songkla University 12:10 Lunch Break 13:10 Interactive Roundtable discussion Now it’s time for you to discuss the ideas generated by the many sessions you’ve heard today. With a wide-variety of topics below, you can select the one that is of most interest to you and dive into an interactive and cozy environment to discuss your challenges with peers and learn from their best practices. Roundtable A: University leadership in the rapidly changing Asian landscape Roundtable B: Enhancing research & innovation capabilities Roundtable C: Brainstorming university sustainable revenue models Roundtable D: Improving university rankings 08:30 Morning Refreshment and Registration 09:00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman Dr. Joshua Mok Ka-ho Vice President, Lingnan University BUILDING WORLD-CLASS ASIAN UNIVERSITIES 09:10 Building a world-class university – the road-less-travelled Fundamentalenablingfactorstobuildapre-eminentuniversity Replicating success from top Asia universities under constrained funding Paradigm shift: Visioning success in a fully restrained environment How much funding is required to fuel the growth of an esteemed world-class university? How did top universities grapple with their early challenges to aim for persistent excellence? Mr. Duncan Ross Data and Analytics Director, Times Higher Education Ranking 09:40 Questing for Asia world-class university status: implications for sustainable development of Asian universities Various Asian higher education institutions are on the quest for a world-class status. But most of the global university leagues focus on Anglo Saxon measurements and paradigm. When Asian universities try to copy the West’s model they risk losing their unique Asian identity. This session discusses how Asian universities can strive for world class status while maintaining their unique Asian values. Key areas to be addressed include: SWOT Analysis: Understanding the unique aspects of Asian higher education and learn to get better at “where we are” not “where they are” Discussing the impact of the quest for world class university status on Asian universities: how to build sustainable development that is based on Asia’s unique values? Developing universities based on indigenous intellectual traditions, history and the culture of Asia Incorporating successful strategies from the West’s systematic framework into Asian universities Prof Joshua Mok Ka-ho Vice President, Lingnan University 10:10 Morning Coffee and Networking Break CONFERENCE DAY 2 Thursday, 25th February, 2016 COLLABORATION FOR RESEARCH & ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 10:40 Identifying and fostering strong niches in emerging research areas to enhance research capabilities & facilitate future funding channels Identifying niche research opportunities that marry a universities’ unique expertise with fast-growing market demand Recognizing the need for flexible organizational structures to enable and encourage innovative and interdisciplinary research Ensuring fair distribution of research funding for young and innovative academics Fortifying research areas that build productive links between teaching and research Maintaining sustainable and competitive research with a focus on outcomes and end-user adoption Dr. Seeram Ramakrishna, Director of Center for Nano fibers & Nanotechnology, National University of Singapore 11:10 Driving competitiveness through academic, research and industry collaboration University of Malaya (UM) is the foremost and premier research university in Malaysia. It is a multidisciplinary research university that houses 16 faculties and numerous research centers. The university is strong in establishing multi- and trans-disciplinary research with an increasing focus on research that really matters to the community and industry. In this session you will hear how the University of Malaya developed innovative partnerships to drive success: Spotting opportunities for partnering with a broad range of international academic institutions Lessons learnt for a successful collaboration: whom should we partner with? Smart partnership: Improving research capabilities through university-industry partnerships Re-evaluating MOU terms, benchmarking collaborative performance and ensuring fair ‘Pie-sharing’ Driving revenue streams from commercialization on intellectual property rights Case studies: enhancing industry engagement with a top glove-making company and executing a global outreach program to Africa Prof. Dr. Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud, Deputy Vice chancellor, University of Malaya CASESTUDY CASESTUDYROUNDTABLEDISCUSSION
  8. 8. CONFERENCE DAY 2 Thursday, 25th February, 2016 T: +65 6722 9388 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.highereduleaders.comDON’T MISS IT! 13:50 Dreamcatchers Project— providing an environment that encourages entrepreneurship and innovation Dreamcatchers is part of the University of Hong Kong’s entrepreneurship series, initiated by the Development & Alumni Affairs Office to provide a hub to inspire and nurture innovation and entrepreneurship. There are forums, mixers, courses, training, marketplaces, co-workspaces and funding for innovation programmes. Dreamcatchers is cross-sector and inter-generational project for alumni, students, and friends of the university with passion and determination to innovate and change the world. The session will discover the success factors to drive innovative initiatives and build long-term relationships with alumni and industry thought leaders. Dr. Steven J Cannon Executive Vice-President, University of Hong Kong BUIDLING SUSTAINABLE REVENUE MODELS 14:20 The creation of an innovative, sustainable & self-financed private medical university in the Gulf With 17 years of establishment, Gulf Medical University (GMU) is recognized as the frontier Medical College in U.A.E. They are the few private university that focuses on research and development by constantly establishing research centers such as The Center for Advanced Biomedical Research and Innovation (CABRI), and the Center for Advanced Simulation in Healthcare (CASH). The university has also established The Gulf Medical College Hospital and Research Centre as the first University Hospital in the U.A.E. with a capacity of 250 beds housed with ultra-modern facilities, and is in the process of building 3 new hospitals. The university is a frontier example if a strong sustainable, innovative and self financed university. Spearheading the development of the university, President Thumbay Moideen will share GMC’s experience and key success factors to grow and expand university’s financial strength while still fine-tunning its quality excellence. Mr. Thumbay Moideen Founder & President, Gulf Medical University – Thumbay Group 14:50 Building sustainable revenue models through income diversification models for the university Private higher education institutions have traditionally been heavily dependent on tuition fee income. This presentation will address the challenges of income diversification to build a sustainable institution which can deliver in relation to education, research and knowledge exchange. It will consider the challenges associated with securing income from external research grants, business engagement and philanthropic donations in the context of an international campus based in Malaysia. Prof Christine Ennew Provost and Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus 15:20 Afternoon Coffee & Networking Break 15:50 Learning how to establish a privatized enterprise within your university Assessing feasibility of a privatization plan Evaluating ROI by benchmarking the performance of the university’s backed venture capital Discussing financial support techniques for launch venture capital companies Exploring various innovative approaches to strengthen industry engagement Dato’ Dr. Paul Cha Co-Founder, Vice Chancellor and President, HELP University BRANDING AND REPUTATION MANAGEMENT 16:20 Leveraging on local engagement to enhance university reputation Engaging faculties in local development to enhance local reputation Integrating local community engagement into the university strategic plan “Glocalizing” university: leading university with global perspectives and meaningful local engagement Dr. Musa Ahmad Vice-Chancellor, University Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) 16:50 Building a university brand through academic quality and student learning excellence With more aggressive branding campaigns from universities in the west, how should Asian institutions make a footprint and build a strong global reputation? Given the unique location of Curtin Sarawak, the university has positioned itself in such a way that the richness in culture and natural biodiversity is its value proposition to attract students from around the world. In this talk, they will share experiences in building a university brand through not only academic quality but also through enhancing the student learning experience. How can a university manage its brand in a global arena? What are the key drivers that influence a student’s decision to invest in a particular education provider? Developing university ’ brand that focuses on student learning experiences – Case study on university’s various leadership and outreach programs Case study: Leveraging on university’s “green campus” and decent learning environment to woo international students Professor Yudi Samyudia Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor, Curtin University 17: 20 Closing Remark & End of Conference CASESTUDYCASESTUDY CASESTUDY
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Group bookings at the same time from the same company receive these discounts: 3 or more 7% 5 or more 10% 8 or more 15% Only one discount available per booking. Team discounts are not available in conjunction with another discount, and do not apply to workshop(s) only bookings. Call us for a special discount rate for teams of 10 and above. TEAM DISCOUNTS I am registering as a delegate, please send me an extra set of Conference Documentation with Audio CD with a USD100 discount: USD699. I cannot attend the event, please send me the Conference Documentation and Audio CD at USD799. I cannot attend the event, please send me the Conference Documentation only at USD549. Orders without immediate payment or credit card details will incur a processing fee of USD99 per delegate. (N.B.Advance orders will determine whether or not this conference will be recorded - Please enclose payment with your order.) Any custom duties & taxes imposed on the shipment of order/s shall be borne by the recipient. CONFERENCE DOCUMENTATION IQPC CANCELLATION, POSTPONEMENT AND SUBSTITUTION POLICY •You may substitute delegates at any time by providing reasonable advance notice to IQPC. • For any cancellations received in writing not less than eight (8) days prior to the conference, you will receive a 90% credit to be used at another IQPC conference which must occur within one year from the date of issuance of such credit. An administration fee of 10% of the contract fee will be retained by IQPC for all permitted cancellations. No credit will be issued for any cancellations occurring within seven (7) days (inclusive) of the conference. • In the event that IQPC postpones an event for any reason and the delegate is unable or unwilling to attend in on the rescheduled date, you will receive a credit for 100% of the contract fee paid. You may use this credit for another IQPC event to be mutually agreed with IQPC, which must occur within one year from the date of postponement. • Except as specified above, no credits will be issued for cancellations. There are no refunds given under any circumstances. • IQPC is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alteration or cancellation/postponement of an event. IQPC shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event this conference is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act of God, unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable, illegal or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labor strike, extreme weather or other emergency. • Please note that while speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing, circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/ or topics. As such, IQPC reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary without any liability to you whatsoever. Any substitutions or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible. DISCOUNTS: All ‘Early Bird’ Discounts require payment at time of registration and before the cut-off date in order to receive any discount. Any discounts offered whether by IQPC (including team discounts) must also require payment at the time of registration. All discount offers cannot be combined with any other offer. YOUR DETAILS: Please email our Database Maintenance Department at database@iqpc.com.sg and inform them of any incorrect details which will be amended accordingly. DATA PROTECTION: Personal data is gathered in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1984.Your data may be passed to other companies who wish to communicate with you offers related to your business activities. If you do not wish to receive these offers, please tick the box below. Please do not pass my information to any third party. Registrations/orders received without immediate payment or credit card details will incur a processing fee of USD99 per delegate. Payment is due in full upon receipt of invoice. Full payment prior to the event is mandatory for attendance. PAYMENT TERMS IQPC WORLDWIDE PTE. LTD. Company Registration No: 199702288Z ©Copyright 2016 IQPC Worldwide Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. This brochure may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or converted to any electronic or machine-readable form in whole or in part without prior written approval of IQPC Worldwide Pte. Ltd CONFERENCE PACKAGES ALL PRICES SHOWN ARE IN US DOLLARS • Discounts DO NOT apply to workshop(s)-only bookings • Registrations without immediate payment or credit card details will incur a processing fee of USD99 per delegate BOOK AND PAY BEFORE 18TH DECEMBER 2015 SAVE $600 ON THE CONGRESS PACKAGE! STANDARD PRICE PAYMENT AFTER 18TH DECEMBER 2015 EARLY BIRD PRICE PAYMENT BEFORE 18TH DECEMBER 2015 NON-EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES 3,397 (SAVE 200)3,197 (SAVE 400)Conference + 2 workshops 2,698 (SAVE 200)Conference + 1 workshop 2,898 1,999 (SAVE 200)Conference Only 2,199 Workshops Only A OR B A OR B 699 Pre-Conference Workshops: 23rd February 2016 Main Conference: 24th & 25th February 2016 Venue: Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES 1,997 (SAVE 200)1,797 (SAVE 400)Conference + 2 workshops 1,498 (SAVE 200)Conference + 1 workshop 1,698A OR B 999 (SAVE 200)Conference Only 1199 Workshops Only 499A OR B

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