10 QS-APPLE 2014 – Program Schedule

10th QS-APPLE 2014 – Program Schedule 11/7/2014
Day 1 – Tuesday, November 11, 2014
09:00
REGISTRATION & BADGE COLLECTION
Venue: Foyer @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 1)
09:00
QS HUB EXHIBITION
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
WELCOME SESSION
Venue: TMU Auditorium @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
Welcome Remarks and Introduction
Prof Nigel Healey, Chair of the QS-APPLE International Academic Advisory Committee,
Pro Vice Chancellor (International), Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom
10:00 –
11:00
Keynote Address
Prof Flora Chia-I Chang, President of FICHET and President of Tamkang University, Taiwan
Title: The Future of Higher Education from a Taiwan Perspective
FICHET Token of Appreciation
11:00 –
11:30
MORNING COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT
BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND
EXCHANGE
SESSION 1.1
UniMAP room
(TICC, Level 2)
11:30 –
13:00
TRACK 2:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE
CURRICULUM: EDUCATING GLOBAL
CITIZENS
SESSION 2.1
China Medical University room
(TICC, Level 2)
TRACK 3:
BUILDING WORLD-CLASS
UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC:
STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL
CAPACITY BUILDING
SESSION 3.1
Asia University room
(TICC, Level 2)
TRACK 4:
TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION AND
INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
SESSION 4.1
Chung-Ang University room
(TICC, Level 2)
TRACK 5:
THE GLOBAL HIGHER
EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS,
POLICIES AND KEY
DEVELOPMENTS
SESSION 5.1
UAEU room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Trends of international mobility
and academic collaboration
Theme: Country case studies
Theme: Accreditation and
academic excellence
Theme: International partnership
Theme: Global policies and
trends
Session Chair:
Sang-Yoo Kim
Session Chair:
Sheng-Tung Huang
Session Chair:
Jun-Hyun Hong
Session Chair:
Mohd Ismail Bin Abd Aziz
Session Chair:
Andrea K. Iskandar
Growing importance and impact of
international mobility & strategic
partnerships
Bridging the gap between
higher education, labor market
imperatives, and government
policy
Establishing a better health
care System: The education of
health care administration in
Taiwan
Gerhard Apfelthaler /
Vlad Vaiman /
Harry Domicone
California Lutheran University,
United States
Nai-Wen Kuo
Taipei Medical University,
Taiwan
Finnish experience of school
safety: a challenge for teacher
education?
Achieving excellence through
accreditation - a global
perspective
International research
partnerships in Malaysian
‘Research Universities’
Higher education in
Singapore: developments,
trends and implications
Brita Somerkoski
University of Turku, Finland
Sasmita Rani Samanta
KIIT University, India
Awg Bulgiba Awg Mahmud
University of Malaya, Malaysia
Kwong-Lok Chan
Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore
Internationalization of the
curriculum: the need for
internationalization and the
challenges faced by higher
education institutions in
Malaysia
Towards ‘world class
university’ through
international accreditation and
standards
Growing and embedding
global connections: the
University of Kent experience
Dubai International
Academic City as a higher
education free zone role
model: from Dubai to Seoul
Nunzio Quacquarelli,
QS, United Kingdom
Trends of academic collaboration
between Korean and Taiwanese
higher education, and agenda for
the future
K.T. Hwang
Dongguk University, Korea
Pursuing scientific excellence:
the internationalization of
research and innovation
Tony Mayer /
Khin-Yong Lam
Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore
Higher education and the
politics of capacity building:
ASEAN and EU cases
compared
Christopher Hill
University of Nottingham
Malaysia Campus, Malaysia
Jonathan Winterton
Toulouse Business School,
France
Kunliang Chuang
Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Challenges and successes in the
internationalization of the
University of the Philippines’
student body
Rhodora V. Azanza
University of the Philippines,
Philippines
13:00 –
14:00
Fauza Ab Ghaffar
University of Malaya, Malaysia
Habib M. Fardoun /
Abdulfattah S. Mashat,
King Abdulaziz University,
Saudi Arabia
Technology enabled
curriculum in pursuit of
global workforce
development
Implementation of the
systemic academic excellence
towards a ‘world-class
university’
Hamad Odahabi /
Nadeem Khan
Higher Colleges of Technology,
United Arab Emirates
Anas Miftah Fauzi
Bogor Agricultural University
(IPB), Indonesia
Roger Vickerman /
Alex Hughes
University of Kent,
United Kingdom
A global classroom for
international environmental
and occupational health
David Koh
Universiti Brunei Darussalam,
Brunei Darussalam
LUNCH BREAK
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
Ayoub Kazim
Dubai International
Academic City,
United Arab Emirates
Development of Higher
Education in Kazakhstan:
Trends, Policies and
Initatives
Zhassulan Shaimardanov
Ministry of Education and
Science of Kazakhstan,
Kazakhstan
10th QS-APPLE 2014 – Program Schedule 11/7/2014
14:00 –
15:30
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE
STUDENT BODY: INTERNATIONAL
STUDENT RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT
AND EXCHANGE
SESSION 1.2
UniMAP room
(TICC, Level 2)
TRACK 2:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE
CURRICULUM: EDUCATING GLOBAL
CITIZENS
SESSION 2.2
China Medical University room
(TICC, Level 2)
TRACK 3:
BUILDING WORLD-CLASS
UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC:
STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL
CAPACITY BUILDING
SESSION 3.2
Asia University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Enhancing support for
internationalization
Theme: Technology based
curriculum
Theme: Strategies for research
excellence
Session Chair:
Kriengkrai Boonlert-U-Thai
Session Chair:
Sheng-Tung Huang
Session Chair:
Liang-Yo Yang
Recruiting and supporting
international exchange
students from an International
Office’s perspective
Abby Tan
Universiti Brunei Darussalam,
Brunei
Counseling and pastoral care
of international students
Samuel Donkor /
Carlene Kyeremeh
All Nations University College,
Ghana
Technology based curriculum
delivery in tertiary education
to build global citizens
Krishna Sistla
Oracle Corporation, Singapore
Integration with leading
research centers in the region
as a key factor in creating a
‘world-class university’
Sergey Ivanets /
Tatiana Leonova
Far Eastern Federal University
(FEFU), Russia
Opportunities and challenges
of open educational resources:
perspectives from National
Taiwan Normal University
Evolution of institutional
research strengths:
bibliometric appraisal and
strategic use
Chao-Chen Chen
National Taiwan Normal
University, Taiwan
Pitambar Gautam
Hokkaido University, Japan
TRACK 4:
TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION AND
INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
SESSION 4.2
Chung-Ang University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Case studies in
International transnational
education
Session Chair:
Shameem Galea
Internationalization and
international accreditation
Assylbek Kozhakhmetov
Almaty Management
University, Kazakhstan
Whither transnational
education in Hong Kong?
Fowie Ng
The Chinese University of Hong
Kong, Hong Kong
TRACK 5:
THE GLOBAL HIGHER
EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS,
POLICIES AND KEY
DEVELOPMENTS
SESSION 5.2
UAEU room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Developments in
student learning
Session Chair:
Andrea K. Iskandar
Financial supporting system
for the poor university
students in mainland China
Zhang Yanling
Suzhou University, China
Mid-course evaluation
survey as a continuous
quality improvement tool for
monitoring course
improvements at higher
education institutions in
Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Al Kuwaiti, University
of Dammam,
Saudi Arabia
Micro-genesis of intercultural
competency through macrogenesis of internationalization
initiatives in a Japanese private
university
Keiko Ikeda
Kansai University, Japan
National Chiao Tung
University’s e-Learning
platforms
Sheau-Ling Hsieh
National Chiao Tung
University, Taiwan
Michael Khor
Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore
From campus to careercompetency improvement by
simulation-based education
Che-Wei, Lin
Taipei Medical University,
Taiwan
15:30 –
16:00
Identifying research metrics
for measuring research
performance of universities in
the Asia-Pacific
Internationalizing university
curriculum through
transnational and
internationally accredited
programs
Mohd. Fauzi Ramlan
Universiti Putra Malaysia,
Malaysia
Russian universities: From
education to science on
example Novosibirsk State
University (NSU)
International Partnership
toward the Global
Recognition: Case of al-Farabi
Kazakh National University
Aleksey G. Okunev
Novosibirsk State University,
Russia
Mukhambetkali Burkitbayev
al-Farabi Kazakh National
University, Kazakhstan
Students' perceptions and
usage of social media
networking systems
Michael Cant
University of South Africa
South Africa
AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
OPENING PLENARY
Venue: TMU Auditorium @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
16:00 –
17:30
Performance
Dragon dance performing team
Opening Remarks and Introduction
Keynote Address
QS ceremonies
Master of Ceremony
Taipei Medical University (TMU)
Prof. Yun Yen, MD, PhD, FACP
President, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan
QS‐APPLE Creative Awards Presentation
Ceremony
Welcome Address
Prof. Yun Yen, MD, PhD, FACP
President, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan
Title: Strategies for Advancing Academic and
Research Excellence of Taiwan Universities
Dr Ali Al Noami
Vice Chancellor, United Arab Emirates University,
United Arab Emirates
Dr. Lucia S. Lin
Deputy Minister of Education, Taiwan
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore
Dr. Wen-Ta Chiu
Former Minister of Health and Welfare, Taiwan
10th Anniversary celebration
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore
Mr Nunzio Quacquarelli
Managing Director, Quacquarelli Symonds,
United Kingdom
17:30 –
21:00
21:00
NETWORKING DINNER
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
END OF DAY 1
10th QS-APPLE 2014 – Program Schedule 11/7/2014
Day 2 - Wednesday, November 12, 2014
08:30
REGISTRATION & BADGE COLLECTION
Venue: Foyer @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 1)
08:30
QS HUB EXHIBITION
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
PLENARY SESSION
Venue: TMU Auditorium @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
09:00 –
10:00
Prof Hai-Sui Yu, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) jointly with
Prof Sir David Greenaway, Vice-Chancellor, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (UK-China-Malaysia)
Title: Building a Global University: A University of Nottingham Perspective
QS2 DEBATE
Venue: TMU Auditorium @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
“Universities should only produce graduates that employers want”
Chair:
Dr Kevin Downing, City University of Hong Kong
10:00 –
11:00
Proposers:
Dr Alison Lloyd, Associate Dean, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Mr Michael Fung, Director of Planning and Institutional Research, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Opposers:
The motion will be opposed by Ms Ailsa Lamont, Pro Vice-Chancellor International at Central Queensland University (CQU)
Mr John O’Leary, Former education editor at The Times, former editor of Times Higher Education Supplement (THES),
author of the Times Good University Guide, UK, and member of the executive board of the QS World University Rankings
United Kingdom
11:00 –
11:30
11:30 –
13:00
MORNING COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT
BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND
EXCHANGE
SESSION 1.3
UniMAP room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: International student
recruitment and marketing strategies
Session Chair:
Makoto Nagasawa
TRACK 2:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE
CURRICULUM: EDUCATING
GLOBAL CITIZENS
TRACK 4:
TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION
AND INTERNATIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS
SESSION 2.3
China Medical University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Internationalize the
curriculum
Session Chair:
Neil Anderson
TRACK 3:
BUILDING WORLD-CLASS
UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC:
STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL
CAPACITY BUILDING
SESSION 3.3
Asia University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: University assessment and
rankings
Session Chair:
Jun-Hyun Hong
Marketing and recruiting
international students to young
universities: the Eurasian
National University experience
Internationalizing the liberal
arts curriculum: the ‘Global
Course Connections’ initiative
Aligning strategy with rankings
without selling your
institutional soul
Outcome of double degree
system in Keio University
during decades and future
prospects
James Pounder
Lingnan Unversity,
Hong Kong
Kevin Downing
City University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Internationalizing the student
body in higher education using
the U.S. independent boarding
school model
Harnessing learning
outcomes - embedding a
global outlook across the
curriculum?
Establishing university ranking
Indicators for the field of music
Randy Bertin
Besant Hill School, United States
David Killick
Leeds Beckett University
United Kingdom
Looking beyond school visits in
international student
recruitment – a case study of a
service-oriented approach at
NUS
Internationalizing the
curriculum: master program
in global health and
development at Taipei
Medical University
Rajaram Ramasubban
National University of Singapore,
Singapore
Jane Chao
Taipei Medical University,
Taiwan
Globalizing your campus and
your students: partnerships and
preparations for international
exchanges
Internationalization of
curriculum and courses at
Voronezh State University
Karmelyuk Anastassiya
L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National
University, Kazakhstan
Christina Chandler
EducationUSA, China
13:00 –
14:00
Dmitrii Endovitskii /
Tatiana Davydenko
Voronezh State University
Russia
Hsiao-Fen Chen
National Taiwan Normal
University, Taiwan
SESSION 4.3
Chung-Ang University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: International
partnership
Session Chair:
Bernardine Wong
Shinnosuke Obi
Keio University, Japan
Creating effective
international education
partnerships: a learnercentered perspective
Yin-Leng Theng
Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore
Benchmarking – so much more
than just satisfying an
accreditation standard
Focus towards the
transnational partnership in
managing distance learning
Ali Al Noaimi
United Arab Emirates
University, United Arab
Emirates
Mikhail Ivanov
Bauman Moscow State
Technical University
Russia
The effect of Qatar's
emerging leading role on the
international scene on
university partnerships
Cesar Wazen
Qatar University, Qatar
LUNCH BREAK
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
TRACK 5:
THE GLOBAL HIGHER
EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS,
POLICIES AND KEY
DEVELOPMENTS
SESSION 5.3
UAEU room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Student mobility
Session Chair:
Nigel Healey
Internationalization of
education: prospects of
student flows
Dmitrii Endovitskii
Voronezh State University
(VSU), Russia
Globalization, student
mobility and participation in
higher education
Margaret Hyland
University of Western
Sydney, Australia
Asian students : a changing
phenomenon
Edwin Tay
easyuni.com
Malaysia
Aligning to the Standards of
European Higher Education:
International Accreditation
of al-Farabi Kazakh National
University
Yerlan Turgenbayev
al-Farabi Kazakh National
University, Kazakhstan
10th QS-APPLE 2014 – Program Schedule 11/7/2014
14:00 –
15:30
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT
BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND
EXCHANGE
SESSION 1.4
UniMAP room
(TICC, Level 2)
TRACK 2:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE
CURRICULUM: EDUCATING
GLOBAL CITIZENS
SESSION 2.4
China Medical University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Panel discussion
Theme: Global employability
Session Chair:
Nigel Healey
Session Chair:
Norhanom Bt Abdul Wahab
The value of student mobility
and exchange: new research,
new directions
Sean Matthews /
Kohila Palani Samy
University of Nottingham,
Malaysia
Mohd Azemi Mohd Noor /
Afiza Mohamad Ali
Universiti Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
Vanaja Nethi
Nova Southeastern University,
United States
Guy Perring
i-Graduate, Malaysia
Relevancy of technical and
vocational education and
training (TVET) for the global
labor Market
Internationalization versus
local cultural relevancy
John Davies
Mahasarakham University,
Thailand
Critical success factors for
educating employable global
citizens
Joanne Ives /
Terry Dray
Liverpool John Moores
University, United Kingdom
TRACK 3:
BUILDING WORLD-CLASS
UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC:
STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL
CAPACITY BUILDING
SESSION 3.4
Asia University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Strategies for building
World-class universities
Session Chair:
Kevin Downing
TRACK 4:
TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION
AND INTERNATIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS
Higher education for academic
capacity building using NorthSouth-South co-operation
Enhancing global
collaboration through
continuing discovery of value
beyond expectations
Banchong Mahaisavariya
Mahidol University, Thailand
SASL: Integrating study
abroad and service learning
for transnational education
Hillol Nag
QS London, United Kingdom
Iping Liang
National Taiwan Normal
University, Taiwan
‘Curability-weakness’
diagram to prioritize the
university management
issues
Euiho Suh
POSTECH, Korea
New directions in
International higher
education
Stephen Chan
The Hong Kong Polytechnic
University
Hong Kong
The formation and
implementation of a new
University Strategy in line
with nations’s New Vision and
policies
Gisela Concepcion/
Lourdes Portus
University of the Philippines,
Philippines
16:00 –
17:00
Ye-Fan Wang, Galvin
Case Western Reserve
University and Taipei Medical
University
United States
Competition among Asian
universities: for league tables
or for excellence?
University of the Philippines'
general education program in
expert English for ASEAN
students
15:30 –
16:00
SESSION 4.4
Chung-Ang University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: New directions in
international higher education
Session Chair:
Shameem Galea
Rubiah Yacub
Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Brunei Darussalam
TRACK 5:
THE GLOBAL HIGHER
EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS,
POLICIES AND KEY
DEVELOPMENTS
SESSION 5.4
UAEU room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Regional initiatives
Session Chair:
Kingsley Bolton
The Malaysian ‘education
hub’ aspiration - moving
forward
Mohd Ismail Abd Aziz /
Doria Abdullah
Universiti Teknologi
Malaysia, Malaysia
Charting new directions in
higher education through
transformation: a Case Study
of Universiti Malaysia
Terengganu
Jarina Mohd Jani /
Ibrahim Komoo
Fauziah Abu Hasan /
Mohd Nazli Mohd Nor /
Zailani Abdullah
Universiti Malaysia
Terengganu, Malaysia
Real obstacles to globalizing
Japanese business schools
Hiroshi Yutani
Kwansei Gakuin University,
Japan
Creating our future: a
strategic plan for King Khalid
University
Merzin Alshahrani
King Khalid University
Saudi Arabia
AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
PLENARY SESSION
Venue: TMU Auditorium @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
Mrs Winnie Eley, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International & Advancement), University of Newcastle, Australia
Title: Advancing Student Mobility: Australia’s New Colombo Plan
17:00
END OF DAY 2
10th QS-APPLE 2014 – Program Schedule 11/7/2014
Day 3 - Thursday, November 13, 2014
08:30
REGISTRATION & BADGE COLLECTION
Venue: Foyer @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 1)
08:30
QS HUB EXHIBITION
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
09:00 –
10:30
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT
BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND
EXCHANGE
SESSION 1.5
UniMAP room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Case studies of international
student recruitment
Session Chair:
Choon-Hyun Kim
TRACK 2:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE
CURRICULUM: EDUCATING
GLOBAL CITIZENS
National research university
brand as a competitive
advantage
“Should I work on this side of
the ocean, should I work over
the sea?" - developing skills
for Australian and global
careers
Alexander Deev
South Ural State University,
Russia
International Student
Recruitment at the University of
Malaya: A Public University
Initiatives
Rozitah Md Amin
University of Malaya
Malaysia
Branding for the higher
education sector: creating a
university brand with true
international resonance
Vicky Chadderton
Nottingham Trent University,
Taiwan office, Taiwan
SESSION 2.5
China Medical University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Broad international
curriculum
Session Chair:
Winnie Eley
Agnes Banyasz
The University of Melbourne,
Australia
TRACK 3:
BUILDING WORLD-CLASS
UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC:
STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL
CAPACITY BUILDING
SESSION 3.5
Asia University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: Quality assurance for higher
education
Session Chair:
Liang-Yo Yang
TRACK 4:
TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION
AND INTERNATIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS
The dynamics of a metropolitan
‘eco’ campus: the case of Taipei
Tech
Initiatives in developing an
international curriculum:
The UPOU experience
Ian, Mai-Chi Lok /
Sheng-Tung, Huang,
National Taipei University of
Technology, Taiwan
Melinda Lumanta /
Alvie Simonette Alip
University of the Philippines
Open University, Philippines
Successful experience of
Implementing quality assurance
in Qassim University (QU)
Abdul Rahim Hj Hashim
Universiti Teknologi
PETRONAS, Malaysia
Sulaiman Alyahya
Qassim University,
Saudi Arabia
The internationalization of
German engineering
programs
Sharing our experience of
achieving IMIA accreditation of
biomedical informatics
programs
The Recruitment Demand
Generation model for higher
education marketing
practitioners
Chien-Tsai Liu
Taipei Medical University,
Taiwan
Quality assurance in Malaysia
higher education: Universiti
Teknologi Malaysia experience
Abdul Samad Ismail
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,
Malaysia
Soumik Ganguly
PaGaLGuY.com, India
10:30 –
11:00
Theme: Rankings and beyond
Session Chair:
Kingsley Bolton
Future rankings: new
concepts and methods for
ranking university's social
and economic impact
Pieter Stek
QS Asia, Singapore
Han Woo Park
Yeungnam University, Korea
Student internship programs
in molding graduates’ wellroundedness
Markus Waechter
Technische Universitaet
Muenchen, Asia Campus,
Singapore
SESSION 4.5
Chung-Ang University room
(TICC, Level 2)
Theme: New directions in
international higher education
Session Chair:
Mohd Ismail Bin Abd Aziz
TRACK 5:
THE GLOBAL HIGHER
EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS,
POLICIES AND KEY
DEVELOPMENTS
SESSION 5.5
UAEU room
(TICC, Level 2)
How to preserve the world's
boutique universities?
Mauritus van Rooijen
Global University Systems,
United Kingdom
Enhancing international
admissions stature through
international academicindustrial cooperation and
incubation
Strategic planning and the
analysis of university
rankings in Osaka University
Shota Fujii,
Osaka University, Japan
The state of humanities in
the Middle East
Ahmad Dallal
American University of
Beirut, Lebanon
Shia-Chung Chen
Chung Yuan Christian
University, Taiwan
Teledermatology (TD)
service through smart
phones in the resource-poor
settings at the rural clinics of
Mongolia
Debates on the impact of
existence/non-existence of
medical school on global
university ranking: Korean
case
Yu-Chuan (Jack) Li
Taipei Medical University,
Taiwan
Han-Soo Kim
Sejong University, Korea
MORNING COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
CLOSING PLENARY
Venue: TMU Auditorium @ Taipei International Convention Centre (Level 3)
11:00 –
12:30
Master of Ceremony
Taipei Medical University (TMU)
Closing remarks
Prof. Nigel Healey
Chair of the QS-APPLE International Academic
Advisory Committee, Pro-Vice-Chancellor,
Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom
Keynote Address
Prof Way Kuo
President, City University of Hong Kong
Prof. Hung-Yi Chiou
Vice President, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan
Title: Strategic University Positioning
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore
QS Scholarships Awards
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore
QS Stars Certification Presentation
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore
Announcement of 11th QS-APPLE Conference
2015 in Melbourne, Australia
Representative from RMIT
Announcement of QS-APPLE 2 Conference 2015
in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod
Performance
Martial Arts Performance and Drum Performance
12:30
14:00 –
14:30
Closing lunch
Shuttle bus transfer
(From Taipei International Convention Centre (TICC) lobby to Taipei Medical University Campus)
10th QS-APPLE 2014 – Program Schedule 11/7/2014
14:30 –
16:00
Rankosium workshop @ Taipei Medical University Campus
(Pre-registration required at registration counter)
Taipei Medical University Campus Tour
16:00
(Registration closed)
Or
Shuttle bus transfer back to official appointed hotels
17:00
END OF EVENT
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