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  • Best Practice Business Models, Partnerships and International Strategies for Long Term Success

    Pre-Conference Workshops: 27th February 2017

    Main Conference: 28th February & 1st March 2017

    Post Conference Workshop: 2nd March 2017

    Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Professor Martin DunnAssociate Provost for ResearchSingapore University of Technology and Design

    Professor Graeme WilkinsonVice-ChancellorSunway University, Malaysia

    Professor Kil Hyun KwonDirector of Center for Excellence on Learning & TeachingKorea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

    Professor Monique SkidmoreDeputy Vice-Chancellor Global, University of Tasmania, Australia

    Dr. Bjrn Kjerfve, Chancellor and Professor American University of Sharjah, U.A.E

    Register before6th Jan 2017and save up to

    US$1000!

    Researched & Developed by:

    KEY TOPICS OF EXPLORATION:

    Digital Transformation

    and Disruption in Higher Education

    Sustainable Higher Education Revenue &

    Cost Management Models

    Strategic Student Recruitment and Enrolment

    Meeting the Employability Challenge: Preparing for Future Work Ready Graduates

    University- Industry Partnerships and Collaboration

    Research Innovation and Incubation Programs

    Strategies for Growth: Internationalization, Offshoring and Expansions

    DONT MISS IT!

    Deputy Director, Malaysia Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT)

    A very excellent platform for the networking and engagement of Asian

    University leaders

    Media Partners:

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  • DONT MISS IT!

    Dear Esteemed Educators,

    The Asian Higher Education sector is entering a time of great change. With the recent cuts to government funding and changes in policy, universities must develop strategic and effective means of becoming more autonomous, self-sufficient and competitive. With a revolution in higher education funding, the rise of alternative education methods such as online learning and the increasingly competitive private education world, significant disruption is widely anticipated for the higher education sector in Asia!

    The old mentality of solely relying on tuition revenue also has to change. Income diversification must be planned for, and new streams of revenue must be established to sustain tertiary institutions and enable them to retain enrolments and support excellence in research and learning outcomes.

    This sets the unique theme for the 2017 discussion. I am delighted to bring you the 2nd Annual Higher Education Leaders Asia Forum, focusing on strategic business models, partnerships, growth strategies and best practices to bridge the gap between excellent quality and the required enrolment necessary for long term success.

    I invite you to explore our program, case studies and meet up with our top speakers. We hope you will join us in this unique opportunity to share, engage and brainstorm with your colleagues.

    I look forward to seeing you in February 2017.

    Best Regards,

    Bella LaiProgram Director2nd Annual Higher Education Leaders Asia

    WHAT 2016 DELEGATES LIKED ABOUT THE

    CONFERENCE:

    HIGHLIGHTED CASE STUDIES

    Get to know and be exposed to thoughts of visionary leaders from Asia with more brilliant thoughts

    presented on how to solve and bring good towards our work in university

    setting

    Director of Finance, Universitas Pelita Harapan

    It is a one stop comprehensive session that puts together ideas and suggestions from many universities

    from across the continent. It is a cost saving initiative at least for me

    Assistant Vice Chancellor, Institute Quality And

    Knowledge Advancement

    This was an excellent conference bringing together local and

    international experts

    Executive Vice President, University of Hong Kong

    The topics addressed are useful

    and important

    VP Quality Assurance, IE &Accreditation, American

    University of Ras Al Khaimah

    KAIST from Korea will share insights on its Education 3.0 - The revolutionary teaching and learning

    system developed to make it the most innovative

    university in Asia in 2016

    NTU Edge Lab will illustrate value creation: Building

    a university-industry collaborative innovation

    centre and the strategies to raise funds for your

    innovation centres

    University of Nottingham Malaysia will elaborate on University-Industry

    Collaborations (UIC) as a mechanism to diversify

    income streams

    PAXTER (Paris-Singapore) will reveal its findings on

    the intensive research on student mobility and

    higher education trends to forecast the demographics tsunami and digitalization trends in the next 15 years

    WELCOME

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  • 2017 SPEAKERS

    Professor Graeme WilkinsonVice Chancellor, Sunway University, Malaysia

    Professor Trevor SpeddingDeputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Strategy) - South East Asia, University of Wollongong, Australia

    Prof. Dr. Ahmad Rafi Mohamed Eshaq, President & CEO, Multimedia University

    Professor Peter John HeardProvost, Sunway University, Malaysia

    Dr. Bjrn KjerfveChancellor and Professor, American University of Sharjah, U.A.E

    Dr. Pierre TapieFounder, PAXTER (Paris-Singapore), Honorary Chairman, the Confrence des Grandes Ecoles, France, Former President, ESSEC Business School (Paris-Singapore)

    Professor Kil Hyun KwonDirector of Center for Excellence on Learning & Teaching, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea

    Dr. Kevin DowningSecretary to Council and Court, Director Knowledge Enterprise and Analysis, Director Institutional Analysis Group, City University of Hong Kong

    Professor Lee Wing-onVice President (Administration and Development), Open University of Hong Kong

    Dato Dr Khalid YusoffVice-Chancellorand President, UCSI University, Malaysia

    Chris HarrisSenior Director, Industry Relations, Kaplan Singapore

    Professor Catherine OSullivanPro Vice-Chancellor, Office of Pathways and Partnership,Bond University, Australia

    Viktor ChengManaging Partner, NTU EDGE Lab and TheLastMile, Singapore

    Professor Ching-Ray ChangVice President of Administrative affairs, National Taiwan University

    Prof. Dato Dr. HoSinn ChyeVice Chancellor & CEO, Wawasan Open University, Malaysia

    Professor Dr. Noorsaadah Abd. RahmanDeputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation), University of Malaya

    Prof. Dr. John Arul PhillipsDean, School of Education & Cognitive Science, Asia e University

    Adam ThompsonAssistant President - Academic Affairs, Stamford International University, Thailand

    Professor Sherman YoungPro Vice-Chancellor Learning and Teaching, Macquarie University, Australia

    Dr. Christine ChowPrincipal Advisor Global Business, RMIT University Australia; Author, Reshaping Universities for Survival in the 21st Century: New Opportunities and Paradigms

    Professor Helen BartlettPro Vice-Chancellor, Chief Executive, Monash University, Malaysia

    Simon PhillipsRegional Admissions Director (South East Asia), Les Roches and Glion

    Alan GoSenior Advisor to CEO, ERC Institute, Singapore

    Professor Monique SkidmoreDeputy Vice-Chancellor Global, University of Tasmania, Australia

    Professor Martin DunnAssociate Provost for Research, Singapore University of Technology and Design

    Professor Dr. Pradeep Kumar NairDeputy Vice Chancellor, Taylors University, Malaysia

    Ryan KeoughVice President, University Advancement, Asia-Pacific International University

    Dr Geoffrey WilliamsDirector, Williams Business Consultancy, Malaysia

    Professor Graham KendallProvost and CEO, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Nottingham

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  • CONFERENCE DAY ONETUESDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY 2017

    08.00 Morning Refreshment and Registration

    08:30 Opening Remarks from the Chairman

    Dr Pierre Tapie Founder, PAXTER (Paris-Singapore), Honorary Chairman, The Confrence des Grandes Ecoles, France

    08:40 Speed Networking

    OUTLOOK FOR ASIAS HIGHER EDUCATION

    08:50 Repositioning Asias Higher Education Sector in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) World Mapping and addressing the current driving forces impacting the development of higher education Asia as one-stop destination: Optimizing the competitive edges to attract global and regional students Spearheading technology investment as the driving force to move the university forefront Decoding and meeting the changing needs of millennial students

    Dato Dr Khalid Yusoff Vice-Chancellor and President, UCSI University, Malaysia

    Dr Pierre Tapie Founder, PAXTER (Paris-Singapore), Honorary Chairman, The Confrence des Grandes Ecoles, France

    Professor Monique Skidmore Deputy Vice-Chancellor Global, University of Tasmania, Australia

    DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION & DISRUPTION

    09:25 How Can your Institution Prepare for the Next 15 Years in the Age of Digital and Demographic Disruption? An intensive research on student mobility and higher education trends from 68 countries representing 90% of students on the planet has been conducted at Paxter. The findings will be illustrated in this session to forecast the demographics tsunami and digital trends in the next 15 years. Prepare to discover these interesting findings and stay abreast of the student mobility pathways.

    Global and regional trends of academic demographics Unlocking arising opportunities with digital strategies How to leverage Asias values to attract students and reshape multiple models of Asian universities

    Dr Pierre Tapie Founder, PAXTER (Paris-Singapore), Honorary Chairman, The Confrence des Grandes Ecoles, France

    09:55 Digital Disruption Trends and how Universities Can Effectively Ensure Sustainability Gearing up for the evolution of new education delivery models: MOOCs, online degrees, and learning analytics the commercial opportunities Strategic Ed tech investment and strengthening the capabilities of your CIO an ICT department Seamlessly marrying new technologies with traditional teaching methods for more effective outcomes Change to be the new constant: Leveraging learning analytics to drive the informed changes

    Panelists Professor Dr. Pradeep Kumar Nair Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Taylor's University

    Prof. Dr. John Arul Phillips Dean, School of Education & Cognitive Science, Asia e University

    Prof. Dato Dr. Ho Sinn Chye Vice Chancellor & CEO, Wawasan Open University

    Professor Kil Hyun Kwon Director of Center for Excellence on Learning & Teaching, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

    10:30 Morning Break and Networking Session

    11:00 Propelling Research Commercialization, Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship to Uplift Innovation and Financial Standing Community and industry engagement to identify high- impact research opportunities Translating research into impactful outcomes to harness the commercial returns

    Scaffolding whole ecosystems for entrepreneurial research, innovations, alliances and services Solving the funding puzzle with successful practices on winning research grants Enhancing the commercial proof of concepts with young start-ups incubation Gauging the fine line between universitys knowledge mission and industrys drive for profit

    Dr. Kevin Downing Secretary to Council and Court, Director Knowledge Enterprise and Analysis, Director Institutional Analysis Group, City University of Hong Kong

    11:30 Education 3.0 - the Revolutionary Teaching and Learning System Developed at KAIST KAIST is ranked the most innovative university in Asia (August 2016, Thomson Reuters). The university has developed Education 3.0, an innovative pedagogy and instructional strategies to place the emphasis on flipped learning and discussion within the classroom. The revolutionary pedagogy and instructional approach offers students the freedom in learning, facilitates globalized, integrated and interactive learning by using online learning contents, and well structured discussion frameworks. Based on the various collected data, KAIST strives to gain insights and make further development to the Education 3.0 initiative.

    This session will highlight the development of Education 3.0, how to increase its adoption and increase productivity of learning.

    Professor Kil Hyun Kwon Director of Center for Excellence on Learning & Teaching, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

    12:00 Balancing Pedagogy and Technology to Strengthen Higher Education Delivery Models Marrying pedagogy and technology to propel learning outcomes Spurring interactive and collaborative learning across the campus Teaching and learning excellence with the help of pedagogy, space and technology

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  • CONFERENCE DAY ONETUESDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY 2017

    Building an innovative, up-to-date and relevant curriculum that spurs innovation

    Prof. Dato Dr. Ho Sinn Chye Vice Chancellor & CEO, Wawasan Open University

    12:30 Networking Lunch Break

    MEETING THE EMPLOYABILITY CHALLENGE: PREPARINGFOR FUTURE WORK READY GRADUATES

    13:30 Meeting the Employability Challenge in the Age Of Sharing Economy and Crowd-Based Capitalism University graduates are now emerging into a rapidly changing employment market. Some traditional job roles are disappearing and new ones are emerging. These changes are primarily driven by information and communication technologies, which are both automating some traditional jobs out of existence yet also creating new opportunities for intelligent highly-driven new graduates to establish new forms of business. The key issue for universities is how best to prepare graduates for this rapidly changing World of work. In this session you will hear about How growth in higher education participation rates worldwide is impacting graduate employability rates The changing patterns of employment driven by ICT and the growth in so-called crowd-based capitalism The changing requirements for graduate employability skills How universities need to adapt their employability skills training to address the changing employment market

    Professor Graeme Wilkinson Vice-Chancellor, Sunway University

    14:00 Creating Outstanding Campus Experience to Prepare Future-Ready Graduates - the Case Study from Bond University Bond University has been named top of the class for student experience for the 11th consecutive year in the latest edition of The Good Universities Guide.

    Bond was a stand-out across the education experience measures, also ranking number one nationally for

    Forming strategic partnerships with industry Driving opportunities to generate external research income Balancing competing demands of stakeholders Creating industry...