QS ASIA PACIFIC PROFESSIONAL LEADERS IN EDUCATION CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION

Programme Schedule

PRE-REGISTRATION / EXHIBITOR SETUP – 20TH NOVEMBER 2018 (TUESDAY)
13:30 SHUTTLE TRANSFER FROM OFFICIAL HOTELS
14:00 – 17:00

PRE-REGISTRATION & BADGE COLLECTION
EXHIBITOR BOOTH SETUP
Venue: Centennial Building, Level 1

15:00 – 17:00

CAMPUS TOUR

Tour 1: Medical Complex (CAU Hospital & Center for Simulation Practice in Nursing)
Tour 2: IT Based Teaching & Learning Environment
Pre-registration Required

17:00 SHUTTLE TRANSFER TO OFFICIAL HOTELS
DAY 1 – 21ST NOVEMBER 2018 (WEDNESDAY)
08:00 SHUTTLE TRANSFER FROM OFFICIAL HOTELS
08:30 – 16:30

REGISTRATION & BADGE COLLECTION
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1

08:30 – 16:30

QS HUB EXHIBITION
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1

09:00 – 09:10

WELCOME SESSION
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2

Welcome Remarks and Introduction

Prof Nigel Healey
Conference Program Chair, QS-APPLE International Academic Advisory Committee
Vice Chancellor, Fiji National University, Fiji

Dr. Kim Chang Soo
President, Chung-Ang University, Korea

09:10 – 09:40

WELCOME KEYNOTE
“University and Community: Future Role of University in a City”
Dr. Ryu Joongseok
Provost, Chung-Ang University

09:40 – 10:40


“Rankings are the Best Overall Measure of a University’s Global and Regional Standing “

Proposing the Motion:
(1) Datin Dr. Anita B.Z. Abdul Aziz, Vice-Chancellor, University Brunei Darussalam (UBD), Brunei.
(2) Professor Dato’ Dr. Mohammad Shatar, Vice Chancellor, University Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI), Malaysia

Opposing the Motion:
(1) Dr. Wafi Dawood, Chief of Strategy and Excellence, Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), Dubai, UAE
(2) Professor Dato’ Seri Dr. Daing, Vice Chancellor University Malaysia Pahang (UMP), Malaysia.

10:40 – 11:40
(60mins)

MORNING COFFEE BREAK I EXHIBITION HOUR
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1

11:40 – 12:55
20 + 5 mins each
TRACK 1:

INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT BODY

TRACK 2:

PROMOTING THE GLOBAL EMPLOYABILITY OF GRADUATES

TRACK 3:

INTERNATIONALIZING THE FACULTY

TRACK 4:

ENHANCING THE GLOBAL IMPACT AND REPUTATION OF RESEARCH

TRACK 5:

BUILDING A GLOBAL UNIVERSITY BRAND

SESSION 1.1
APPLE 1
Centennial Building
Level 9

SESSION 2.1
APPLE 2
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 3.1
APPLE 3
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 4.1
APPLE 4
Centennial Building
Level 9

SESSION 5.1
APPLE 5
Centennial Building
Level 9

Session Track Chairs:
Jun Hyun Hong
Winnie Eley
Pei-Shan Tsai
Anas M Fauzi
Sonal Minocha
Session Track Chairs:
Karen Imam
Chanuantong Tanasugarn (CT)
Hongyup Ahn
Makoto Nagasawa
Session Track Chairs:
Choon-Hyun Kim
Nordin Yahaya
Shameem Galea
Zaw Wint
Liang-Yo Yang
Session Track Chairs:
Kingsley Bolton
Kevin Downing
Partha S Mallick
Kamila Ghazali
Session Track Chairs:
Hong-Youl Ha
Nestor Rubio Ong
John Spinks
Alan K L Chan
Best practices of internationalizing the student body: a case study

Eugenia M W Ng
Lingnan University
Hong Kong

The impact of Industrial 4.0 in Higher Education on students for global employment

Tiong Hoo Lim
Zohrah Sulaiman
Universiti Teknologi Brunei
Brunei

English-medium content instruction (EMI) and professional development for its faculty

Akira Kuwamura
Aichi Prefectural University
Japan

Leveraging international community service to benefit research development

Chia-Kwung Fan
Taipei Medical University
Taiwan

One Year in Building a Global Brand

Nancy Bercaw
Ajman University
United Arab Emirates

11:40 – 12:55
25 mins each
Empowering the Students In Managing The International Office: An Initiative in Enhancing Students Interpersonal Communication Skills

Yazrina Yahya
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Malaysia

Towards a ‘holistic record of learning’ for the betterment of graduate employability in an AI era

Rihab Khalifa
United Arab Emirates University
United Arab Emirates

Forging international cooperation through Mutual Recognition Initiatives to promote faculty exchange: The Case of University of Mindanao, Philippines

Ronald Amorado
University of Mindanao
Philippines

Strategies and Implementation Policy in Enhancing the University’s Global Visibility

Muralidhar Miryala
Shibaura Institute of Technology
Japan

Building Effective University Collaboration, Partnership and Events to Enhance International Visibility and Branding

Siti Rahimah Mohd Yusop
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Malaysia

Thinking beyond campus for better student mobility

Partha S Mallick
VIT University
India

Curricular Re-engineering Towards Producing Global Graduates

Shielilo Reambonanza Amihan
University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta
Philippines

‘Upgrading’ education university faculty through international partnerships

Alexander Fedorov
Minin University
Russian Federation

Strategies to enhance the research output; the Universitas Indonesia experience

Indah Widyahening
Universitas Indonesia
Indonesia

International Education Marketing: Experience from a Non-English-Speaking University (MGIMO University case)

Andrey Baykov
MGIMO University
Russian Federation

12:55 – 14:00

NETWORKING LUNCH
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1

14:00 – 15:15
25 mins each
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT BODY
TRACK 2:
PROMOTING THE GLOBAL EMPLOYABILITY OF GRADUATES
TRACK 3:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE FACULTY
TRACK 4:
ENHANCING THE GLOBAL IMPACT AND REPUTATION OF RESEARCH
TRACK 5:
BUILDING A GLOBAL UNIVERSITY BRAND

SESSION 1.2
APPLE 1
Centennial Building
Level 9

SESSION 2.2
APPLE 2
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 3.2
APPLE 3
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 4.2
APPLE 4
Centennial Building
Level 9

SESSION 5.2
APPLE 5
Centennial Building
Level 9

Session Track Chairs:
Jun Hyun Hong
Winnie Eley
Pei-Shan Tsai
Anas M Fauzi
Sonal Minocha
Session Track Chairs:
Karen Imam
Chanuantong Tanasugarn (CT)
Hongyup Ahn
Makoto Nagasawa
Session Track Chairs:
Choon-Hyun Kim
Nordin Yahaya
Shameem Galea
Zaw Wint
Liang-Yo Yang
Session Track Chairs:
Kingsley Bolton
Kevin Downing
Partha S Mallick
Kamila Ghazali
Session Track Chairs:
Hong-Youl Ha
Nestor Rubio Ong
John Spinks
Alan K L Chan
An Indicator of Internationalization? International Baccalaureate Students are Knocking on the Doors of Japanese National Universities

Yukiko Ishikura
Osaka University
Japan

Rethinking the Aims of Higher Education in the Global Context

Muhammad Hashim
United Arab Emirates University
United Arab Emirates

Internationalizing the faculty: initiatives and challenges

Isarji Sarudin (TBC)
International Islamic University Malaysia
Malaysia

Enhancing Research Capacity through Joint/Dual Degree Collaboration: Challenges and Key Factors for Success

Liang-Tzung Lin
Taipei Medical University
Taiwan

Building Bridge between Rankings and Higher Ed. Institutions

Yang Zhang
University of Hawaii at Manoa
United States

A Proactive Approach to Academic Integrity with International Students in Higher Education

Ahmed Alwan
Melissa Rassibi
California State University, Northridge
United States

Developing Intercultural Problem-Solving Skills

Ho-Chiao Chuang
National Taipei University of Technology
Taiwan

From brain drain to brain gain: an academic recruitment model to drive partnerships

Laura Poole-Warren (TBC)
University of New South Wales
Australia

Enhancing university’s reputation through the synergies created from the research

Kin Tak Lau
Swinburne University of Technology
Australia

How social media can really impact a university’s brand

Zulkarnan Abdul
Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Malaysia

Outbound Staff Mobility (OSM) Program for Enhancing Student Services

Trika Pitana/Cahyani Satiya Pratiwi
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
Indonesia

Building a model curriculum for global education in Japan: The case of Okayama University’s Special Course for Global Human Resource Development

Dong Kwang Kim
Okayama University
Japan

Internationalizing faculty through mobility grants and inbound students

Karen Peyronnin/ (TBC)
Meyliana
Binus University
Indonesia

Lessons learned from World Class Professor Program at Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia

Iskandar Z Siregar
Bogor Agricultural University
Indonesia

A practical approach to university consortium: how to improve global recognition and bring more international students

Seung Hyun Oh
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Korea, republic of

15:15 – 15:45
(30mins)

AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1

OPENING PLENARY
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2

16:00 – 16:05

OPENING REMARKS
Master of Ceremony
TBC

16:05 – 16:10

OPENING ADDRESS
Dr. Kim, Chang Soo
President, Chung-Ang University, Korea

16:10 – 16:15

OPENING ADDRESS
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore

16:15– 16:45 OPENING KEYNOTE
Title (TBC)
TBC
16:45- 17:00

Korean Drum & Dance
“Wind Drum Dance and Sadanggaksi”

17:00 – 17:30

OPENING PLENARY SESSION
“Opportunities & Challenges for Global Universities”
Prof. Subra Suresh
President, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

17:30 – 18:00
(30 mins)

QS APPLE 2018 CREATIVE AWARDS
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore

18:00 – 18:20
(20 mins)
K- Pop Performance
18:20 – 20:00

Welcome Dinner
Dinner Reception
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2

20:10 SHUTTLE TRANSFER TO OFFICIAL HOTELS
END OF DAY 1
DAY 2 – 22ND NOVEMBER 2018 (THURSDAY)
08:30 SHUTTLE TRANSFER FROM OFFICIAL HOTELS
09:00 – 16:30 REGISTRATION & BADGE COLLECTION
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
09:00 – 16:30 QS HUB EXHIBITION
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
09:30 – 10:00 MORNING PLENARY SESSION I
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2

The Changing Face of Global Talents
Prof Roland Chin
President, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
10:00 – 10:30 MORNING PLENARY SESSION II
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2

TBC
Prof Jenny Su Huey-Jen
CEO, Foundation for International Corporation in Higher Education of Taiwan (FICHET), Taiwan
10:30 – 11:00 MORNING COFFEE BREAK
11:00 – 12:15
25 mins each
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT BODY
TRACK 2:
PROMOTING THE GLOBAL EMPLOYABILITY OF GRADUATES
TRACK 3:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE FACULTY
TRACK 4:
ENHANCING THE GLOBAL IMPACT AND REPUTATION OF RESEARCH
TRACK 5:
BUILDING A GLOBAL UNIVERSITY BRAND
SESSION 1.3
APPLE 1
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 2.3
APPLE 2
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 3.3
APPLE 3
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 4.3
APPLE 4
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 5.3
APPLE 5
Centennial Building
Level 9
Session Track Chairs:
Jun Hyun Hong
Winnie Eley
Pei-Shan Tsai
Anas M Fauzi
Sonal Minocha
Session Track Chairs:
Karen Imam
Chanuantong Tanasugarn (CT)
Hongyup Ahn
Makoto Nagasawa
Session Track Chairs:
Choon-Hyun Kim
Nordin Yahaya
Shameem Galea
Zaw Wint
Liang-Yo Yang
Session Track Chairs:
Kingsley Bolton
Kevin Downing
Partha S Mallick
Kamila Ghazali
Sponsored Session by:
Management & Science University (MSU), Malaysia

Session Moderator:

Dato’ Rosli Yusof
How to use Summer School to increase international student mobility

Eric Lo
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong
The Perception of the Prestige and Reputation of International Branch Campuses as measured by the Employability of Graduates in Uzbekistan

Alan France
Westminster International University in Tashkent
Uzbekistan

Forefront Taipei Tech Research Centers Granted Support by both Ministry of Education and Ministry of Science and technology

Sheng-Tung Huang
National Taipei University of Technology
Taiwan

Welcome Message & Presentation

Tan Sri Dato’ Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yaji

President, Management & Science University, Malaysia


MSU Forum
Using the International Baccalaureate (IB) educator certificates to internationalize the student body

Yukio Miyata
Kwansei Gakuin University
Japan

Promoting Graduate Employability through Alumni-Mentoring and Internship Programs: Case of Bogor Agricultural University

Dodik Ridho Nurrochmat/
Syarifah Iis Aisyah
Bogor Agricultural University
Indonesia

University graduate startups strengthening research capacity and capability: the case of Thammasat University entrepreneurship policy

Siriwan Suebnukarn
Thammasat University
Thailand

A joint venture between university and global-based environmental organization as a strategy to develop international student body

Ching-Yi Horng/
Kelly Kok
Chang Jung Christian University
Taiwan

Towards Excellent Graduate Outcomes: Pedagogy and Intercultural Communication Education

Siow-Heng Ong
Singapore Management University
Singapore

Innovation ecosystem: strategies for enhancing University postgraduate research towards global competitiveness

Abdul Hadi Nawawi
Universiti Teknologi MARA
Malaysia

12:15 – 13:15 NETWORKING LUNCH
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
13:15 – 14:30
25 mins each
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT BODY
TRACK 2:
PROMOTING THE GLOBAL EMPLOYABILITY OF GRADUATES
TRACK 3:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE FACULTY
TRACK 4:
ENHANCING THE GLOBAL IMPACT AND REPUTATION OF RESEARCH
TRACK 5:
INTERNATIONALIZATION: THE ASEAN EXPERIENCE
SESSION 1.4
APPLE 1
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 2.4
APPLE 2
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 3.4
APPLE 3
Centennial Building Level 9
SESSION 4.4
APPLE 4
Centennial Building
Level 9
SESSION 5.4
APPLE 5
Centennial Building
Level 9
Session Track Chairs:
Jun Hyun Hong
Winnie Eley
Pei-Shan Tsai
Anas M Fauzi
Sonal Minocha
Session Track Chairs:
Karen Imam
Chanuantong Tanasugarn (CT)
Hongyup Ahn
Makoto Nagasawa
Session Track Chairs:
Choon-Hyun Kim
Nordin Yahaya
Shameem Galea
Zaw Wint
Liang-Yo Yang
Session Track Chairs:
Kingsley Bolton
Kevin Downing
Partha S Mallick
Kamila Ghazali
Sponsored Session by:
Management & Science University (MSU), Malaysia

Session Moderator:

Dato’ Rosli Yusof
8P model in recruitment and supporting strategy for students from asian markets: the case of HSE University – St. Petersburg, Russia

Maria Vrublevskaya
HSE University – St Petersburg
Russia

Incorporate a socially responsible experiential learning to enhance employability

Hau Chung Man
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong

Enterprises and universities: monitoring of cooperation

Dmitry Endovitsky/
Sergey Komendenko
Voronezh State University
Russia

Welcome Message & Presentation

Tan Sri Dato’ Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yaji

President, Management & Science University Malaysia

MSU Forum

Best practice in national higher education project on international student recruitment

Jun-Heon Lee/
Jaehyung Yu
Chungnam National University
Korea

Constructing a Sustained Domestic Employment Promotion and Support Program for International Students in Japan

Tomoki Furukawa/
Keiko Kawakami
Kansai University
Japan

Communitizing technology university: building a global university brand

Mashitah Mohd Yusoff/
Daing Nasir Ibrahim
Universiti Malaysia Pahang
Malaysia

Using international incubation projects to build student volunteers a practical global profile: the case of Chaoyang University of Technology (CYUT)

Su-Chuan Liu
Chaoyang University of Technology
Taiwan

Graduate Destination Survey: A case on the initiative of Govt. of UAE

Dillip Giri
Gulf Medical University
United Arab Emirates

Build your impact and reputation on Belt & Road through research activities

Alison Lloyd
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong

14:30 – 15:00 AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
15:00 – 15:30 AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2
University-Public Sector Partnerships: Smart Cities
Prof Steven Miller
Vice Provost (Research), Singapore Management University, Singapore
15:30 – 16:45
(75mins)
QS FORUM: FOCUS ON EAST ASIA
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2
Moderator: Prof John Spinks
South Korea, China, Japan, Mongolia, Russia, Hong Kong
20:10 SHUTTLE TRANSFER TO OFFICIAL HOTELS
20:10 END OF DAY 2
DAY 3 – 23RD NOVEMBER 2018 (FRIDAY)
08:30 SHUTTLE TRANSFER FROM OFFICIAL HOTELS
09:00 – 13:00 REGISTRATION & BADGE COLLECTION
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
09:00 – 14:30 QS HUB EXHIBITION
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
9:30 – 10:45
25 mins each
TRACK 1:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE STUDENT BODY
TRACK 2:
PROMOTING THE GLOBAL EMPLOYABILITY OF GRADUATES
TRACK 3:
INTERNATIONALIZING THE FACULTY
TRACK 4:
ENHANCING THE GLOBAL IMPACT AND REPUTATION OF RESEARCH
TRACK 5:
BUILDING A GLOBAL UNIVERSITY BRAND
SESSION 1.5
APPLE 1
Centennial Building
Level 8
SESSION 2.5
APPLE 2
Centennial Building
Level 8
SESSION 3.5
APPLE 3
Centennial Building
Level 8
SESSION 4.5
APPLE 4
Centennial Building
Level 8
SESSION 5.5
APPLE 5
Centennial Building
Level 8
Session Track Chairs:
Jun Hyun Hong
Winnie Eley
Pei-Shan Tsai
Anas M Fauzi
Sonal Minocha
Session Track Chairs:
Karen Imam
Chanuantong Tanasugarn (CT)
Hongyup Ahn
Makoto Nagasawa
Session Track Chairs:
Choon-Hyun Kim
Nordin Yahaya
Shameem Galea
Zaw Wint
Liang-Yo Yang
Session Track Chairs:
Kingsley Bolton
Kevin Downing
Partha S Mallick
Kamila Ghazali
Session Track Chairs:
Hong-Youl Ha
Nestor Rubio Ong
John Spinks
Alan K L Chan
Full funnel international student recruitment: reflections from the field

Lee Waller/ Sharon Waller/ Ramy Iskander/ Alicia Villaluz
American University of Ras Al Khaimah
United Arab Emirates

Development and supporting Thammasat students for international employment

Orapan Poachanukoon Thammasat University
Thailand

“Plant Right” for sustainable growth

Jose Rajan
Universiti Malaysia Pahang
Malaysia

Building Ming Chuan University Global Brand – The First U.S. Accredited University in Asia

Kuo-Wei Liu
Ming Chuan University
Taiwan

Student mobility through collaborative quality assurance

Nitesh Sughnani
Knowledge and Human Development Authority
United Arab Emirates

Strategic selection and specialization of academic subjects for establishing a World-Class University

Byoung Won Moon
Kyung Hee University
Korea

CommTECH camp as the branding of ITS for global reputation

Muhammad Wahyu Islami
Pratama Maondu
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh
Nopember
Indonesia

Raising the global impact and reputation of research of the new science and technology universities.(Korean cases)

Euiho Suh
DGIST
Korea

Education everywhere: mapping a globally accessible Malaysian higher education

Fazidah Ithnin Universiti Teknikal Malaysia
Melaka
Malaysia

10.45 – 11:15 MORNING COFFEE BREAK
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2
11:15 – 12:30
(75mins)
QS FORUM: FOCUS ON SOUTHEAST ASIA
Venue: Gymnasium Building, Level 2
Moderator: TBC
Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore
12:30 – 13:00 CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS II
‘Title TBC’
Judy Tsui
Chancellor and Board Member, Wuhan College (Tencent), China
13:00 – 13:05 CLOSING REMARKS
Dr. Kim, Chang Soo
President, Chung-Ang University, Korea
13:05 – 13:10 CLOSING REMARKS
Ms Mandy Mok
CEO, QS Asia Quacquarelli Symonds, Singapore
13:10 – 13:20 ANNOUNCEMENT OF QS APPLE 2019 VENUE
TBC
13:20 –14:20 CLOSING LUNCH
Venue: QS Hub, Centennial Building, Level 1
14:20 SHUTTLE TRANSFER TO OFFICIAL HOTELS
(FOR DELEGATES WHO ARE NOT ATTENDING THE WORKSHOP)
14:30 – 16:30 QS RANKINGS WORKSHOP
Venue: Auditorium, Level 1
16:40 SHUTTLE TRANSFER TO OFFICIAL HOTELS
(FOR DELEGATES WHO ARE ATTENDING THE WORKSHOP)
16:40 END OF DAY 3