Dr Romyen Kosaikanont

Centre Director SEAMEO RIHED

Dr. Romyen Kosaikanont is currently the Centre Director of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for Higher Education and Development (SEAMEO RIHED) and previously served as a former Vice President for International Affairs of Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand.  She has long been actively engaging in higher education harmonisation and internationalisation processes in Thailand and the region.  She is one of the pioneers in establishing the intra-regional mobility the Asian International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme. On the regional level, she has served as a regional expert in projects such as the DAAD International Dean Course, the Japan ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF) for the Capacity Building Project for the Greater Mekong Subregion, and CIDA Sustainable Environmental Management Project. Dr. Romyen is committed to fostering a collective learning as well as co-creating the common space for higher education for equitable and sustainable development of this region.   


Leadership Summit Agenda Sessions

Looking Ahead: Accelerating transformation in Higher Education

Our esteemed panellists break down the current trends and challenges in Higher Education across the region and explore how senior leadership teams can prioritise effectively as they plan for the next five years.

Tuesday 11 October 13:55 - 14:25 HE Stream

Futures

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 13:55 10/11/2022 14:25 Looking Ahead: Accelerating transformation in Higher Education

Our esteemed panellists break down the current trends and challenges in Higher Education across the region and explore how senior leadership teams can prioritise effectively as they plan for the next five years.

HE Stream Asia/Shanghai

Bett Asia 2022 VIP Programme Sessions

Looking Ahead: Accelerating transformation in Higher Education

Our esteemed panellists break down the current trends and challenges in Higher Education across the region and explore how senior leadership teams can prioritise effectively as they plan for the next five years.

Tuesday 11 October 13:55 - 14:25 HE Stream

General

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 13:55 10/11/2022 14:25 Looking Ahead: Accelerating transformation in Higher Education

Our esteemed panellists break down the current trends and challenges in Higher Education across the region and explore how senior leadership teams can prioritise effectively as they plan for the next five years.

HE Stream Asia/Shanghai

Innovative Mobility for Sustainable Learning and Living

Mobility, as part of the internationalisation process in Higher Education, has been well regarded as crucial for the learning and grooming of the socially and culturally minded global citizens. Yet, the COVID-19 pandemic and multiple disruptions of climate change, stagflation, traditional and non-traditional security threats question the role of Higher Education in addressing these emerging challenges. This session discusses how partners in Higher Education can be innovative, participatory, and inclusive in setting the goals and values for mobility while co-creating the mobility for sustainable learning and living.

Wednesday 12 October 09:10 - 09:30 Plenary

General

Add to calendar 10/12/2022 09:10 10/12/2022 09:30 Innovative Mobility for Sustainable Learning and Living

Mobility, as part of the internationalisation process in Higher Education, has been well regarded as crucial for the learning and grooming of the socially and culturally minded global citizens. Yet, the COVID-19 pandemic and multiple disruptions of climate change, stagflation, traditional and non-traditional security threats question the role of Higher Education in addressing these emerging challenges. This session discusses how partners in Higher Education can be innovative, participatory, and inclusive in setting the goals and values for mobility while co-creating the mobility for sustainable learning and living.

Plenary Asia/Shanghai

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