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.
This session presents the regional efforts of governments and partners in Higher Education including university leaders, students, alumni, private sectors as well as civil society in redefining the Common Space in Southeast Asian Higher Education.
The session highlights innovative mobility programmes co-created with partners in Higher Education, the inclusive and participatory process, and innovation, which have been prioritised as a way forward. The session shares the transformative Asian International Mobility for Students Programme (AIMS) which emphasises the value of international mobility for sustainable learning and living, with a greater focus on learning outcomes, competencies and credentials, and contribution to the sustainable development of the region.
Wednesday 12 October 09:10 - 09:30 Plenary
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.Plenary Asia/Shanghai
Special Advisor, SEAMEO RIHED