Presentation on theme: "DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION National Higher Education Strategic Plan: Role of Academic Management Administrator By Dato Prof. Ir. Dr. Radin Umar Radin."— Presentation transcript:
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION National Higher Education Strategic Plan: Role of Academic Management Administrator By Dato Prof. Ir. Dr. Radin Umar Radin Sohadi Director General Department of Higher Education
DIRECTIONS OF THENHESP DIRECTIONS OF THE NHESP Individual : human capital development with first class mentality; Institution : conducive environment that foster academic and institutional excellence; National : glory and sustainability to the Malaysian Higher Education System; and International : hub of Higher Education Excellence in the region and internationally.
THE SEVEN STRATEGIC THRUSTS 3 Thrust 1: Widening of Access and Increasing Equity Thrust 2: Improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning Thrust 2: Improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning Thrust 3: Enhancing Research and Innovation Thrust 7: Reinforcing Delivery Systems of MoHE Thrust 4: Strengthening of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) Thrust 6: Enculturation of Lifelong Learning Thrust 5: Intensifying Internationalisation Thrust 5: Intensifying Internationalisation NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION by 2020 NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION by 2020
17 INITIATIVES NHESP STUDENT EMPLOYABILITY APEX UNIVERSITY MY BRAIN 15 LIFE LONG LEARNING AUDIT PTPTN IPTS HUMAN CAPITAL DEV.FUND MOHE TRANSFORMATION INTERNATIONALISATION AUTONOMY GOVERNANCE LEADERSHIP ACADEMIA TEACHING AND LEARNING R&D JPPKK STUDENT DEV.
NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2020 AND WORLD BANK (GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES) Aim to produce graduates: knowledgeable and competent in their fields put into practice the knowledge gained innovative, possess high cognitive skills (analytical and critical, problem solving and reasoning abilities) multi-lingual and could communicate effectively as well as technology savvy inculcate good values and contribute to the well-being of the society, nation and the global community. Soft skills
GOVERNANCE AND AUTONOMY Shifting from Control Model to Autonomous/Supervisory Model ENABLERS Administrative and Management Derived Self Income Financial Management Human Resources Management Academic R&D Student Intake READINESS INDEX AUDIT AND RECOGNITION
ACADEMIA ACADEMIC CULTURE Identify attributes & nurturing culture of excellence Increase the capability of staff – professional qualification, increase PhD holder, ratio student lecturer, Human Resources Development CONDUSIVE ENVIRONMENT Planned infrastructure that suit the needs- facilities, lecture hall, library, laboratory Social interaction RECOGNITION Recognise achievement of academic staff - fellowship or other recognition
Teaching and Learning Cycle (ST2) Curricula Design Innovations in T&L Co Curricular & Campus Life Finishing School Programme Accreditation (MQA/Professional Bodies/International) Exit Survey (Reassurance of Graduate Attributes) Tracer Survey (Employability) Employer Inputs (On Job) QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Build the critical mass Build the right culture Efficient allocation of funding resources Linkages through the National Innovation Systems International collaborations need to be enhanced Critical Intervention Journal Formulate National R&D Advisory Create innovation panel for patent and commercialisation Dual Track Career in University – Teaching Path and Research Path
APEX UNIVERSITY Vision APEX looks for innovative and brave new idea to raise the bar of excellence of higher education Comprehensively proposed transformation process
APEX UNIVERSITY Culture Organisational mind set and preparedness for culture change Reforms leadership competencies and capabilities for change Strategic direction, clarity in positioning and in creating competitive advantages Challenges and critical success factor
APEX UNIVERSITY Readiness Quality and reputation of academic staff Research achievements Academic Programmes Strong leadership and management Strategic partnership with industry and stakeholders Excellent infrastructure and state of art facilities
INTERNATIONALISATION Malaysian Higher Education Brand Index 100,000 international student enrollment by 2010 Collaborative networking with foreign HEIs Students mobility with credit transfer Malaysia International Scholarship
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM INTEGRATION Co Curriculum to be integrated in curriculum DELIVERY AND CAMPUS LIFE Professional Teaching Staff – Silat / Sports / Dancing/ Music Co Curriculum Centre Social Interaction/Integration/Communication ATTRIBUTES To produce balance graduate intellectually, socially, outgoing and good values.
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