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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

DATE/TIME

09:30 ­ 10:30

16 NOVEMBER 2011, WEDNESDAY

WELCOME SESSION [Plenary Room, Level 1]

Welcome Remarks and Introduction Prof Nigel Healey Chair of the QS-APPLE International Academic Advisory Committee Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University, UK Keynote Address Dr. Nenalyn P. Defensor Commissioner, Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Philippines World-class universities: Is great the enemy of the good? Mr Norman LaRocque Senior Education Specialist, Asian Development Bank, Philippines

10:30 ­ 11:00 TRACK 1: INTERNATIONALISING THE STUDENT BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND EXCHANGE SESSION 1.1 [Room LG-A, Level 1] International student support TRACK 2: INTERNATIONALISING THE CURRICULUM: EDUCATING GLOBAL CITIZENS

MORNING COFFEE BREAK [EXHIBITION AREA]

TRACK 3: BUILDING WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC: STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING SESSION 3.1 [Room LG-C, Level 1] Different perspectives on becoming world class Session Chair: Prof Anthony Teo Planning for success: New approaches to managing in a modern university Stuart Jones, Griffith University, Australia Clinton McGregor, Griffith University, Australia Essential requirements to build a world class university Muhammad Ismail, National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan TRACK 4: TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS TRACK 5: THE GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS, POLICIES AND KEY DEVELOPMENTS TRACK 6: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

11.00 ­ 1230

SESSION 5.1 [Room 2-B, Level 2] Panel discussion: Session GATS and higher education in India Session Chair: Mrs Winnie Eley

SESSION 6.1 [Room 2-C, Level 2] Higher education in promoting social justice Session Chair: Prof Chanuatong Tanasugarn Academic responses to overseas labour market demand: The case of the Philippines Jeremaiah Opiniano, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines Opportunities for postgraduate study by the disabled: North-south-south co- operation Banchong Mahaisavariya, Mahidol University, Thailand Promoting access and equity to higher education through value-for-money quality education at affordable tuition fees and assistance by merit Jemuel C Castillo, Technological Institute of The Philippines, Philippines

Session Chair: Prof Kenji Watanuki

The 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes: Managing international students in a time of crisis Nigel Healey, Nottingham Trent University, UK Managing diversity and enriching the international experience in education through effective support by the international student centre Yusoff Musa, University of Malaya, Malaysia Dealing with international students in times of disaster Neelam Ramaiah, The University of Tokyo, Japan

GATS and higher education sector in India Rajwant Singh Grewal, Chitkara University, India Sangeet Jaura, Chitkara University, India

Shobha Mishra Ghosh, Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, India

12:30 ­ 1 4:00 14:00 ­ 15:30

Commitment to diversity at King Abdulaziz University Zoheir A. Damanhouri, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

LUNCH [EXHIBITION AREA]

SESSION 1.2 [Room LG-A, Level 1] International student recruitment for academic excellence Session Chair: Prof Kenji Watanuki SESSION 2.1 [Room LG-B, Level 1] Preparing students for the global workforce Session Chair: Prof Neil Anderson SESSION 3.2 [Room LG-C, Level 1] Embedding quality in universities SESSION 4.1 [Room 2-A, Level 2] Enhancing internationalisation through partnerships Session Chair: Prof John Spinks SESSION 6.2 [Room 2-C, Level 2] Access to university education: Case studies Session Chair: Prof Chanuatong Tanasugarn

Instilling the Principle of Generic Consistency in higher education Robert A Montana, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines

Session Chair: Dr Ir Anas M. Fauz

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Internationalisation by GEN-Y: Re- inventing international affairs in the era of social media and Technology Josef Schedler, Rangsit University, Thailand

WoW® case study: A transnational model of employability meeting the needs of employers in a global labour market? Jo Ives, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Benchmarking for international success Kevin Downing, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

A r oad map to best practices in international partnerships: A MENA perspective Margaret Wenger, Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc., USA

Pre-sojourn decision-making: The case of Hong Kong exchange students Jane Jackson, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

SOARing for employability ­ Can this serve as a pedagogy and process for developing `global graduates'? Arti Kumar, University of Bedfordshire, UK Entrepreneurship skills and attributes for effective business mobility in the ASEAN region Zainai Mohamed, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

More quality, less assurance? Robert Partridge, Xi'an Jiaotong- Liverpool University, China

Advancing strategic alliances and partnerships with international institutions in enhancing employability and entrepreneurship Gerardus Polla, BINUS University, Indonesia Education policy and the future of Chinese education in Thailand Apiradee Jansaeng, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

Public and private scholarship programs ­ Partnership in overcoming barriers to higher education in the Philippines Alvin P Ang, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines

Student services that promote academic excellence and achievement success Lucila O. Bance, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines

Strategies for international excellence John O'Leary, QS Quacquarelli Symonds, UK

15:30 ­ 16:00 16:00 ­ 17:30

AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK [EXHIBITION AREA] OPENING PLENARY [Plenary Room, Level 1]

Opening remarks and introduction Master of Ceremony Mr Michael Angelo E. Malicsi University of Santo Tomas, Philippines Welcome Address Fr Rolando V De La Rosa, O.P. Rector, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines The rise of Asian higher education Mr Nunzio Quacquarelli Managing Director, Quacquarelli Symonds, UK Academic and research excellence across borders in a rapidly changing world Prof Bertil Andersson President, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore The power of youth for world betterment Mr Claes Nobel, Chair, National Society of High School Scholars, USA QS-APPLE Creative Awards Prize Presentation Ms Mandy Mok, Managing Director, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore Performance by The UST Singers

18:00

NETWORKING BUFFET DINNER [EXHIBITION AREA] END OF DAY 1

DATE/TIME

TRACK 1: INTERNATIONALISING THE TRACK 2: INTERNATIONALISING THE *PROGRAMME IS CORRECT AT TIME OF PRINT AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE STUDENT BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND EXCHANGE CURRICULUM: EDUCATING GLOBAL CITIZENS

17 NOVEMBER 2011, THURSDAY

TRACK 3: BUILDING WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC: STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING SESSION 3.3 [Room LG-C, Level 1] Improving the quality of the curriculum TRACK 4: T RANSNATIONAL EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS TRACK 5: THE GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS, POLICIES AND KEY DEVELOPMENTS SESSION 5.2 [Room 2-B, Level 2] The role of higher education in economic development Session Chair: Dr Kevin Downing The role of higher education in economic development: A comparative study of the Chinese and Indonesian higher education systems Petrina Faustine, Universitas Mercu Buana, Indonesia Higher education in Saudi Arabia: Building the knowledge-based economy Abdulkader Alfantookh, Ministry of Higher Education, Saudi Arabia Saad Haj Bakry, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia TRACK 6: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

09:00 ­ 10:30

SESSION 1.3 [Room LG-A, Level 1] Bridging cultural divides in international higher education Session Chair: Prof Kingsley Bolton

SESSION 2.2 [Room LG-B, Level 1] Internationalising the student experience

Session Chair: Dr Sang Gue Park Session Chair: Prof Norhanom Abdul Wahab Assessing the Impact of international study experience on our students' professional lives Ma Mercedes Rodrigo, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines Implementation of quality systems towards a world-class university Anas M Fauzi, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia

Cross-cultural differences: The search for best practices in architectural education Tarawut Boonlua, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

Managing the linguistic landscape: A case study on university internationalisation, language policy and organisational change Jeremy Breaden, Monash University, Australia The Isan cultural exchange schooling programme: Transferring ownership of English conversation from classroom to community in Mahasarakham, Thailand Micael Talbot, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

Making sense of the international experience Jane Jackson, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Ensuring the quality for university teaching and learning: The case of Chung-Ang University Hae Deok Song, Chung-Ang University, South Korea Implementation of first year experience (FYE) programmes: Retrospect and prospect Mohd Zaki bin Kamsah, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Internationalising the local, localising international value: The case of Universitas Airlangga Satrya Wibawa, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia Dina Septiani, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

10:30 ­ 11:00

MORNING COFFEE BREAK [EXHIBITION AREA]

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TRACK 1: INTERNATIONALISING THE STUDENT BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND EXCHANGE SESSION 1.3 [Room LG-A, Level 1] Bridging cultural divides in international higher education

Session Chair: Prof Kingsley Bolton Cross-cultural differences: The search for best practices in architectural education Tarawut Boonlua, Mahasarakham University, Thailand TRACK 2: INTERNATIONALISING T SESSION 2.3 [Room LG-B, Level 1] HE CURRICULUM: EDUCATING GLOBAL The role of language in CITIZENS internationalisation

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11:00 ­ 12:30

TRACK 3: BUILDING G-C, Level 1] SESSION 3.4 [Room LWORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITIES IN T for academic National strategies HE ASIA-PACIFIC: STRATEGIES excellence FOR INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING

TRACK 4: TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION SESSION 4.2 [Room 2-A, Level 2] AND INTERNATIONAL artnerships Creating cross-border pPARTNERSHIPS

TRACK 5: THE GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS, POLICIES AND KEY DEVELOPMENTS

TRACK 6: 6.3 [Room 2-C, LAND A] SESSION SOCIAL JUSTICE evel 2 CCESS TO HIGHER social responsibility University EDUCATION

09:00 ­ 10:30

SESSION 2.2 Room LG-B, Level 1] SESSION 3.3 [Room LG-C, . Fauz Session Chair: [Prof Kingsley Bolton Session Chair: Dr Ir Anas MLevel 1] Internationalising the student Improving the quality of the curriculum experience A first step in building an international The ecosystem of King Saud University curriculum: Using a content-based class Hamad Al-Sheikh, King Saud University, Session Chair: Prof Norhanom Abdul Session Chair: Dr Sang Gue Park in English as training for instructors and Saudi Arabia Wahab practice for students Saad Haj Bakry, King Saud University, Ruth Vergin, Ehime University, Japan Saudi Arabia Assessing the Impact of international Implementation of quality systems study experience on our students' towards a world-class university professional lives Anas M Fauzi, Bogor Vietnam in Drawing on UK know-how to design an Critical challenges for Agricultural Ma Mercedes Rodrigo, Ateneo de Manila University (IPB), Indonesia all-English undergraduate program for a building world-class universities University, Philippines Japanese university Truong Quang Duoc, Vietnam National

Session Chair: Prof John Spinks

Beyond Joint PhD Programs & Transitioning to Joint Research Lam Khin Yong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Anthony Teo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore `World City World Class Universities Network': A new school of thought Wynne Kam, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

SESSION 5.2 [Room 2-B, Level 2] The role of higher education in economic development

Session Chair: Dr Kevin Downing The role of higher education in economic development: A comparative study of the Chinese and Indonesian higher education systems Petrina Faustine, Universitas Mercu Buana, Indonesia

Session Chair: Dr Carita Carillo

From CSR to USR and USR strategic management framework Shawyun Teay, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia Rashid Al-Hamali, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia The role of Catholic higher education in the promotion of social justice Noel Asiones, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines

12:30 ­ 14:00

14:00 ­ 15:30

10:30 ­ 11:00

Beverley Yamamoto, Osaka University, Japan Making sense of the international Measuring academic reading anxiety experience among ackson, Chinese University of Hong Jane J English as a second language university students Kong, Hong Kong Catherine R Cordova, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines The Isan cultural exchange schooling Internationalising the local, localising programme. Transferring ownership of international value: The case of English conversation from classroom to Universitas Airlangga community in Mahasarakham, Thailand Satrya Wibawa, Universitas Airlangga, Micael Talbot, Mahasarakham Indonesia University, Thailand Dina Septiani, Universitas Airlangga, SESSION 1.4 [Room LG-A, Level 1] Indonesia Promoting international student mobility

Managing the linguistic landscape: A case study on university internationalisation, language policy and organisational change Jeremy Breaden, Monash University, Australia

University-HCMC, Vietnam

Ensuring the quality for university Strategies aor pearning: The case of teaching fnd l romoting quality education in University Chung-Ang higher education Liang-Yo Yang, Taipei Medical niversity, Hae Deok Song, Chung-Ang U University, Taiwan South Korea

Investing for world class universities in China Implementation of first year experience Shen Jian, Renmin University, China (FYE) programmes: Retrospect and Li Jing, Renmin University, China prospect Mohd Zaki bin Kamsah, Universiti LUNCH [EXHIBITION AREA] Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Higher education in Saudi Arabia: Building the knowledge-based economy Abdulkader Alfantookh, Ministry of Higher Education, Saudi Arabia Saad Haj Bakry, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

University social responsibility: One faculty, one community Sujin Butdisuwan, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

SESSION 3.5 [Room LG-C, Level 1] SESSION 4.3 [Room 2-A, Level 2] The return on investing in Virtual learning and borderless higher international higher education: education MORNING COFFEE BREAK [EXHIBITION AREA] Evidence from employers Session Chair: Mr Anthony Teo The 2011 QS Global Employer Survey: How employers value international study John Molony, QS Quacquarelli Symonds, UK Ben Sowter, QS Quacquarelli Symonds, UK Kevin Downing, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Session Chair: Prof Peter Chang eLearning access program of the University of Santo Tomas: Prospects and challenges Chin Uy, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines Meeting the real challenge - Improving the student experience in a borderless world Guy Perring, i-graduate, Malaysia

SESSION 5.3 [Room 2-B, Level 2] New directions in internationalisation

Session Chair: Ms. Robin Buckham Designating UMAP as your map: Modelling Erasmus Mundus and strategic ways of Asianisation Albert Wei-min Tang, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan Hands-on or structured learning? A comparison of international mobility programme implementation between two universities Mohd Tajudin Bin Hj Ninggal, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia The international mobility of doctoral graduates in Japan

Tomoaki Wada, Tokyo University of

Session Chair: Prof. Nigel Healey The new face of internationalisation: Distance education for today's socially wired and globally connected world Mark Brown, Massey University, New Zealand Responding to the challenge of globalisation: A case study of the University of Brawjaya's multi-track strategy for Internationalisation Gugus Irianto, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia Does a university's ranking success tell about the productivity of research and teaching? Osmo Kivinen, University of Turku, Finland Juha Hedman, University of Turku, Finland Päivi Kaipainen, University of Turku, Finland

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Online learning ­ Enhancing educational experience and interaction Dennis Berino, De La Salle University, Philippines

15:30 ­ 16:00 16:00 ­ 17:30

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AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK [EXHIBITION AREA]

SESSION 1.5 [Room LG-A, Level 1] New ways of recruiting international students Session Chair: Ms Robin Buckham Secrets to reaching future students amidst a technological revolution Tim Winkler, Twig Marketing, Australia

SESSION 2.4 [Room LG-B, Level 1] New approaches to creating global citizens

SESSION 5.4 [Room 2-B, Level 2] Panel discussion: International learning mobility Session Chair: Mr John Molony International learning mobility: The dynamic for the Asian region John Molony, QS Quacquarelli Symonds, UK Hajime Nishitani, Hiroshima University, Japan

Session Chair: Prof Norhanom Abdul Wahab Developing talent for the international arena Jo Andrews, Birmingham City University, England

Making better graduate admissions' decisions: Illustrative case studies Maria Victoria Calabrese, Educational Testing Service (ETS), Netherlands Recruiting highly-talented international students for graduate programmes: A case study of Chung- Ang University Kim Kyo-seong, Chung-Ang University, South Korea

Communication and soft skills - A stepping stone for a better career Akkara Sherine, Hindustan University, India Preparing students for the global workforce ­ Differing perspectives in Malaysia Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Lily Manoharan, BINUS University, Indonesia Kingsley Bolton, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Eui-Ho Suh, Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH), Korea

END OF DAY 2

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TRACK 1: INTERNATIONALISING THE STUDENT BODY: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RECRUITMENT, SUPPORT AND EXCHANGE TRACK 2: INTERNATIONALISING THE CURRICULUM: EDUCATING GLOBAL CITIZENS SESSION 2.5 [Room LG-B, Level 1] International programmes: Case studies from around the world Session Chair: Assoc Prof Dr Shameem Rafik-Galea An internationalisation of the engineering curriculum at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Che Husna Azhari, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia Internationalisation of university staff at Mahidol University Puwat Charukamnoetkanok, Mahidol University, Thailand The Internationalisation of Kazak-British Zoya Tuiebakhova, Kazakh-British Technical University, Kazakhstan Rinat Iskakov, Kazakh-British Technical University, Kazakhstan

18 NOVEMBER 2011, FRIDAY

TRACK 3: BUILDING WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITIES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC: STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING TRACK 4: TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS TRACK 5: THE GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION MARKET: TRENDS, POLICIES AND KEY DEVELOPMENTS SESSION 5.5 [Room 2-B, Level 2] International cooperation in higher education Session Chair: Dr Kevin Downing Inter-Chinese competition and cooperation: Mandarin Chinese as creative culture industry `Beyond the Straits' Albert Wei-min Tang, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan Rak Na Sarakham: Using cultural film- making to bring rural life to an international audience Santhipharp Khamsa-ard, Mahasarakham University, Thailand Sastra Lao-ak-ka, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

TRACK 6: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

09:00 ­ 10:30

SESSION 4.4 [Room 2-A, Level 2] Panel discussion: Perspectives on international partnerships Session Chair: Prof Peter Chang International partnerships and the role of positioning, branding and marketing John Spinks, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Nigel Healey, Nottingham Trent University, UK Lily Manoharan, BINUS University, Indonesia Robin Buckham, Deakin University, Australia

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10:30 ­ 11:00 11:00 ­ 12:30

MORNING COFFEE BREAK [EXHIBITION AREA] CLOSING PLENARY [Plenary Room, Level 1]

Introduction Master of Ceremony Mr Michael Angelo E. Malicsi University of Santo Tomas, Philippines Leave no one behind: The social responsibility of institutions of higher learning in the millennium Dr. Chito Salazar Head of the PHINMA Education Network, Philippines Quality and Political Reality: Complementary or Contradictory? Prof Dr Allan B. de Guzman Faculty-Researcher, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines Closing Remarks Prof Nigel Healey Chair of the QS-APPLE International Academic Advisory Committee Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University, UK Announcement of 8th QS-APPLE Conference 2012 Prof. Dr. Ir. Herry Suhardiyanto Rector, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia QS Stars certificate presentation by Mr Claes Nobel

12:30 ­ 14:00 14:00 ­ 15:30 BONUS SESSION [Room 2-A, Level 2] QS World University Rankings: Current Landscape and Future Horizon Mr Ben Sowter Head of Division, QS, Intelligent Unit, Quacquarelli Symonds, UK 14:00 ­ 18:00

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CLOSING LUNCH RECEPTION [EXHIBITION AREA]

Exhibition Teardown

END OF DAY 3

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