ASIAN EDUCATION WEEK
Bett and the British Council announce Asian Education Week. A joint venture to bring regional leaders to Kuala Lumpur over four days to discuss policy, trends and the best in EdTech for Asia. The British Council events will be held 2-3 March and Bett Asia is 4-5 March 2020. This is a very exciting initiative to drive conversations and change for education.
UK-Malaysia Higher Education Partnerships Forum 2020
2 March 2020, Kuala Lumpur
The British Council in Malaysia in partnership with the Ministry of Education Malaysia has recently pursued a project on ‘Enhancing the Sustainability of Technology Transfer and Research Management in Higher Education Institutions through strategic UK-Malaysia University Partnerships’, with the aim to develop a small number of collaborative partnerships between higher education institutions in the UK and Malaysia.
At this forum, project leads of these nine collaborative partnerships will present their project outcomes, share experience, good practices, new models and knowledge expertise in technology transfer. There will also be opportunity for UK and Malaysia Higher Education Institutions, as well as industry players to network and explore further partnership opportunities to enhance the sustainability of technology transfer.
UK-East Asia TNE Forum – Beyond Institutional Partnership: Engaging TNE Students and Academics
3 March 2020, Sunway University, Kuala Lumpur
East Asia and the UK have developed close collaborations in TNE through bi-lateral, multi-lateral, regional, and sector level agreements. East Asia is home to the top four TNE markets; and hosts over a third of all UK transnational education students. It is mostly agreed that a key challenge is attracting and retaining high-quality UK and international faculty and supporting academic professional development, as well as ensuring that TNE students get the positive and unique experiences that the UK offers and ensuring engagement and recognition of local employers and communities.
To respond to the challenges and opportunities in the region, the British Council will be hosting the UK-East Asia TNE Forum in Kuala Lumpur on 3 March 2020 with the theme of Beyond Institutional Partnership: Engaging TNE Students and Academics. It will provide a platform for key decision makers, TNE providers and practitioners from the region and the UK to discuss and explore how we could jointly ensure quality assurance, positive student experience and faculty collaborations to shape the future of UK-EA TNE partnerships.
For enquiries on participation, please contact Prabha.Sundram@britishcouncil.org