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MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

MALAYSIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM


Moving Forward Higher Education in 2016
SCOPE OF TALK

Conclusion

What to do in
2016?: Unlocking
Malaysian ministers speech
Higher and higher
Moving
education education blueprint
forward in
scenario
Global Forces 2016
that influence
Achievements the shape
of JPT in 2015 education to
come
Introduction
to JPT
VISION

Malaysia as an International Hub of


Higher Education by 2020

BATTLE CRY
CARTA ORGANISASI
JABATAN PENDIDIKAN TINGGI (2016) 60%
KETUA PENGARAH PENDIDIKAN TINGGI Female In
Prof. Dato Dr. Asma binti Ismail Top Mgt

TIMBALAN KETUA PENGARAH


TIMBALAN KETUA PENGARAH PENDIDIKAN
PENDIDIKAN TINGGI (IPTS)
TINGGI (IPTA)
Datuk Prof. Dr. Roziah Binti Omar
Datin Paduka Ir. Dr. Siti Hamisah Binti Tapsir

BAHAGIAN BAHAGIAN GOVERNAN


BAHAGIAN
BAHAGIAN GOVERNAN PEMBANGUNAN IPTS
EDUCATION
IPTA MAHASISWA Dr. Mohamed Ali Bin Abdul
Cik Norina Binti Jamaludin Dr. Sopian Bin Bujang
MALAYSIA Rahman

BAHAGIAN BAHAGIAN
BAHAGIAN PENGURUSAN
PERANCANGAN KHIDMAT
PEMBANGUNAN BAHAGIAN PENDAFTARAN
KECEMERLANGAN IPT PENGURUSAN
AKADEMIK DAN PIAWAIAN
Prof. Dr. Raha Binti Abdul Puan Norhazimah Binti
Prof. Madya Dr. Jaafar Bin Jantan Encik Rusli Bin Harun
Rahim Che Hassan

BAHAGIAN
BAHAGIAN PENGURUSAN PUSAT SITASI BAHAGIAN
HUBUNGAN
KEMASUKAN PELAJAR MALAYSIA PENGUATKUASAAN DAN
INDUSTRI
Puan Mazula Binti Sabudin Prof. Madya Dr. Zuraidah
Prof. Madya Dr. Arham
INSPEKTORAT
Binti Abd Manaf Tuan Haji Ab. Alim Bin Hj. Abdullah
Bin Abdullah
PROFIL JPT

484 12 5 20 511
Bahagian Akta UA US
Jawatan JPT
1. Bahagian Khidmat Pengurusan 1.Education Act 5 Research Universities 400 Private Colleges
348 136
2. Bahagian Governan IPTA
(Amendment 1996) 4 MTUN (TVET) 63 Private University
3. Bahagian Governan IPTS
11 Comprehensive
(72%) (28%) (including branch
4. Bahagian Pengurusan Pembangunan 1.National Council
Perempuan Lelaki
Akademik
On Higher Education Universities campuses)
5. Bahagian Pengurusan Kemasukan
Pelajar Act (1996) 16 HiCoEs 38 Uni. College
6. Bahagian Penguatkuasaan dan
Inspektorat 2.Universities and (including branch
7. Bahagian Pendaftaran dan Piawaian University Colleges Act campuses)
8. Bahagian Perancangan
Kecemerlangan IPT (Amendment 2012) 10 Branch Campuses
9. Bahagian Education Malaysia 3.Private IHLs Act (including branch)
10. Bahagian Pembangunan Mahasiswa
*as of 31 Jan 2016
11. Bahagian Hubungan Industri (1996)
12. Pusat Sitasi Malaysia 4.MQA Act (2007)
TOTAL RM600,943,639

OPERATIONAL DEPT
BUDGET
RM110,943,639

DEVELOPMENT DEPT
BUDGET RM490,000,000
ACHIEVEMENTS IN
2015
PENGGERAK PPPM (PT): UNLOCK BLUEPRINT 2015
1. BPPA
2. BGS 3 1. BPPA
6 2. BHI
3. BPMs
1. BPPA 3
1. BPPA
2. BHI
5 3. PSM
1. BPPA 4. BPKI
2. BPKI 3
3. BEM

1 1. BPPA
4
MOHE
30
Programmes to
1.
2.
3.
BHI
BPKI
PSM
1 1. BPPA
since
July
Unlock Blueprint 2015
3 1. BGA 1 1. BGA
2. BGS
PRESTASI PENCAPAIAN JPT TAHUN 2015
(JANUARI NOVEMBER 2015) : UNLOCK BLUEPRINT

EXCEED ON BELOW
TARGET TARGET TARGET
(ET) (OT) (BT)

80.0% 20.0% 0%

24 AKTIVITI 6 AKTIVITI 0 AKTIVITI

JUMLAH KESELURUHAN : 30 AKTIVITI


JPT as the best Tier 1
agency in the country
97.30%
JPT among the
TOP 12 AGENCIES
in the country
Taniah pada BKP
dan semua warga
JPT kerana berjaya
kekalkan
Ekosistem Kondusif pensijilan ISO 9001:
Sektor Awam (EKSA) 2008
(Cemerlang)
Jabatan Pendidikan
Tinggi 2014
DAN
memperolehi
cemerlang
bagi penyediaan
Ekosistem Kondusif
bagi Sektor Awam
(EKSA)
14
Tahniah pada BPMs
kerana berjaya
mengadakan
PABM 2015 dengan
jayanya
PABM 2015 : Memasuki tahun ke 9
Dirasmikan oleh Perdana Menteri
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak
Disertai 70 pelajar yang melibatkan
51 negara
LIVE TELECAST RTM 1
ANUGERAH AKADEMIK NEGARA KE 9

Taniah warga BPPA sebagai


sekretariat kerana telah
menganjurkan AAN ke 9 dengan
jayanya
Taniah pada Pusat Sitasi Malaysia
kerana telah memulakan Rising Star
award bersama Thomson Reuter
Taniah BHI kerana
telah
mengelolakan CEO
Faculty Program
dengan jayanya
Tahniah pada
BPMs kerana
berjaya
menganjurkan
Anugerah Tokoh
Siswa dengan
jayanya

Diadakan pada 18 April


2015 di USM Nibong Tebal

18 anugerah
dipertandingkan
Tahniah pada BGS
kerana berjaya
menganjurkan
MyQUEST 2014/2015
dengan jayanya
Tahniah pada
BPKI kerana
berjaya bersama
UPSI untuk
menganjurkan
PECIPTA 2015
dengan jayanya
Tahniah pada BPKP/UPU kerana
berjaya mengadakan Karnival Pendidikan
Tinggi Negara 2015 dengan jayanya
Taniah pada BEM, seluruh EM luar
negara dengan kerjasama UA,
US,EMGS dan MQA yang telah
menyumbang pada peningkatan
jumlah pelajar antarabangsa

Telah berjaya
bawa masuk
151,979 pelajar
pada 2015dengan
jumlah

RM 7.9 billion
/tahun
Soaring Upwards
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IMPACT OF QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION TO THE ECONOMY OF
THE COUNTRY
We are on our way
to be among the top
international hub for
education

We have come a long way and we still


have a long way to go but what is
important is that we are constantly
soaring upwards!!
Together with MOHE
WE are the Terima
custodian to unlock Kasih
the Higher
Education Blueprint
and move forward
higher education to
be relevant
Introduction
Nothing is more solid than
the traditional brick and
mortar university and we
think that the university as
we understand it today will
still be here tomorrow.

But changes are


happening.21st century
challenges
Challenges of the 21st Century

ASEAN ECONOMIC
GLOBAL COMMUNITY
GLOBAL
Economic crisis
Competition due to (single market and production
GLOBALIZATION based;highly competitive
economic regiion)

Accelerating PACE of
CHANGE due to DIGITAL The combination of all 4 are
age creating a tsunami effect on
higher education
IoT : Internet of Things
IoE : Internet of everything
It has been predicted
that if the universities do
not undergo change
many will be closed in
less than 50 years
An avalanche is coming. Higher Education and the
Revolution ahead. Sir Michael Barber et al. Institute for
Public Policy Research, UK
The end of the university as we know it. Nathan Harden.
The American Interest. Dec 11,2012
Wake up call to
University of the Future ,Ernst and Young , 2012 the universities
Forces creating the tsunami effect
on higher education

The influence of global


economy and globalization
Influence of technology
The changing shape of
knowledge
The attempt to define the
value of education
The influence of technology
Researchers and scholars will be exchanging
information faster via technology brought There is a
about by the digital age. need for the
Many of the courses can be obtained free via learning
internet. experience
Professors are also no longer the fountains of
knowledge.
Why go to Harvard when you can access all
Harvard lectures for free?
People crave for the learning experience.
Information is acquired, transferred and
exchanged via the internet.
Influence of global economy and
globalization
Economic crisis demands that students
need to find jobs rather than spend their
time studying via structured education (3 Students today
years for diploma, 4 years for degree, 2 are NON
years for Masters , 4 years for PhD). TRADITIONAL
They now want a degree while working. and education
must move
Students of today are born with information from
at their finger tips. structured to
Students do not want to wait for next FLEXIBLE
semester to learn on the subject.
Influence of global economy and
globalization
Employers today no longer require
degrees to hire. Skills are more important
Degrees offered
The job market needs have changed.
must show value
The value of the degree has also changed. add
If degrees were to matter we must provide
with the value-add to the degree.
Enhancing the value of the degree

Global competition due to globalization


will force each univ to spell out its
unique appeal.
What are the unique selling points or
WOW factors?
When tuition fees are high, differences
in value propositions will become
apparent. For the money charged what
will the customer get? IS THERE VALUE Teach the
IN THE DEGREES OBTAINED? students to
Can the degree teach the students to be adapt
able to ADAPT in the future?
The changing shape of
knowledge
There is a need now for the melting of
the disciplines.
People are no longer confined into
silo disciplines.
There is a need to connect the dots Collaboration is
and provide solutions to real life now a
problems. necessity not a
The question now is how can we of want
different disciplines collaborate
/work together to solve the problem.
Its no longer about how each
discipline can provide the solution.
MALAYSIAN
HIGHER
EDUCATION
SCENARIO
MEETING THE CHALLENGE
Transform the
Malaysian
education
landscape to
prepare for
Malaysias future
generation by
DESIGN and no
longer by CHANCE
Before we transform, ask what kind of
future generation do we want?
We want to create learned, value-based talent
(that is entrepreneurial, knowledgeable,
balanced) yet relevant to meet 21st century
challenges.
Balanced between character and knowledge.
We believe that education is about humanising
the student.
We want our education system to move from
the word human capital to human being
How can
(talent). we
In short we want to bring back soul to the achieve
Malaysian education system this??
End game is to make the Malaysian Education
system to be referred, respected and relevant
Malaysian Higher Education Blueprint
(April 7, 2015)
10 Shifts
to answer the
21st century
global
challenges
and Malaysias
future
generation
MULDISCIPLINARY
interfaculty, joint recognition TECHNOLOGY
MOOCS , BOOCS (credit trasfer, global Mobility);
MULTILINGUALISM Gamification (fun and engaging, enhance teaching
and learning, communication)

COMMONALITIES COLLEGIALITY
(respect, team work, sources of optimization)
One system between UA and
IPTS
Collaboration among IPT

HUMAN BEINGS INSTEAD


OF HUMAN CAPITAL VOLUNTEERISM

Loving culture
Caring
1.2 million students
FLEXIBLE EDUCATION

Anytime, Anyone, Anywhere


Open entry
Open exit
2U 2i YB DATO SERI IDRIS JUSOH
MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION
SHIFT 1

What To Do For
2016?
Moving Holistic,
Entrepreneurial
And Balanced
Graduates
SHIFT 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1

HOLISTIC, Integrated CGPA


ENTREPRENEURIAL AND Assessment of all the 8 domains of learnings in the
form of spiderweb
BALANCED GRADUATES Transcript that indicated the outcome of all the 8
domains of learning.
Entrepreneurial Mindset
Embedded in the curriculum/stand alone.
Create Experiential
a task force at
Learning/service learning
Alternate
university level to discuss
periods on
of academic study with periods
of work experience (2U+2I)
recognitionSpirit
forofvolunteerism
Volunteerism
(including national
Embedded in service)
the curriculum/stand alone

Creation of
Job Job Learned
Seeker Creator values-
driven talent
Holistic, Entrepreneurial and balanced
graduate

Engagement with
academics and
stakeholders

Rubric book on
implementation of iCGPA
will be launched
SHIFT 2 : Talent excellence

4 Track Career Development

Lecturers Researchers Leaders Professional


SHIFT 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 46
2

TALENT
EXCELLENCE
ORANGE PLAYBOOK
Strengthening career pathways and leadership
development
Will be made available as a guide
I II III IV
Four Career Pathways

Engagement with
academics and CEO Faculty
Educators Researchers Leaders Practitioners
stakeholders

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Phase I

Phase II

To be appointed
19 CEOs and 11
Senior Government
officers including KSN

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SHIFT 3 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 48
3

Nation of Lifelong
Learners

No quota on the
intake via APEL
5 7 13 16 18 PSH

Wider adoption of APEL National credit bank/ system Increased support/


assistance for LLL
1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10
4
SHIFT 4: Quality Supporting 12 NKEAs for
TVET Graduates economic growth
Increase capacity, quality Industry-led New Collaborative Increase
Models
and levels curriculum enrolment 2.5X

Enrolment 2012 250K TVET is a premier


Enrolment 2025 650K
lane in Malaysia
Preparing skills for the
High Tech Industry and for
a High Income Nation
Strengthening MBOT
Shift 5 : Financial Sustainability
Optimizing output spent
Enhance GOT and employability rate
Alumni
Tuition fee review Engagement with
Unlocking Land asset academics and
Performance contract stakeholders

PURPLE PLAYBOOK

Enhancing income generation


including endownment and waqaf
Shift 6 : Empowered Governance
Playbook : Enhancing University Board
Governance and Effectiveness

Separation of powers between Board


of governance,University Top
management and Senate

Management of University Holdings

13 Universities have so far been given


autonomy
SHIFT 7 : Innovation ecosystem

What to do for
2016?:
Moving R-D-C and
the innovation
ecosystem
RMK-11 has 6 Strategic Thrusts to meet the needs of the people and 6 Game Changers to spur Malaysias
development ...

Uplifting B40 households


Enhancing inclusiveness towards an towards a middle-class society
1 equitable society

Improving well-being for all


2

Enabling industry-led Technical and


Accelerating human capital development Vocational Education
3 for an advanced nation and Training (TVET)

Pursuing green growth for sustainability and Embarking on green growth


resilience
4

Strengthening infrastructure to support economic


5 expansion

Unlocking the Translating Investing in


Re-engineering economic growth for potential of innovation to Competitive
6 greater prosperity productivity wealth Cities
Re-engineering growth for greater prosperity....

Enhancing productivity through


Creating home-grown
automation and innovation
champions
Strengthening human capital
Growing dynamic development Developing SMEs in Sabah
SMEs and Sarawak
Enhancing ease of doing business
Increasing demand for SME Products
and Services

Social Innovation
Enterprise Innovation
Strengthening collaboration through a
Strengthening the governance
whole-society approach
Translating mechanism
Developing a social financing model
innovation to Enhancing demand-driven research
Promoting higher order thinking skills to
wealth Strengthening industry-academia develop a dynamic society
collaboration through intermediaries
Promoting private financing of research,
development, commercialisation, and
innovation

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Innovation ecosystem
INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM
Visual representation of an innovation ecosystem

Public & Private


Venture capital
research Institute
Pathway
Private University to provide Large companies
solution
Research University / Startups / Spin-offs
Public University / SMEs1
The true
capacity of the Academia Industry Universities play
university is a central role in
K-centric
beyond the Incubate, develop economy since
Top and create new Financial
KPIs expected talent innovative ideas supply they are solution
in RMK11 providers to the
quadruple helix
Government Community

MOE2 MOSTI3 MOF4 EPU5 Consumers Customers

Malaysia
1
2
needs to transform from a traditional, government-led, commodities-
Small and medium-sized enterprises
Ministry of Education
3Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
driven
4 economy into a knowledge-centric economy. Innovation ecosystems of
Ministry of Finance
5Economic Planning Unit 1
the quadruple helix are essential to such knowledge-based growth.
Universities as solution providers
Universities are solution providers to the quadruple helix by generating
new knowledge or enhancing existing knowledge.
How we provide the solution can be seen in 2 forms:
Knowledge-driven (providing solution to either government, society
or industry by researchers; initiated by the researcher )
Commercialization
create IPRS, spin-off companies, talents
of ideas for nation building,
or solution
competitive edge in K economy. providers
Demand driven (providing solution to industries :initiated by
industries).
Important to improve productivity and competitiveness eg.
PPRN
Universities can also provide solution needs that can generate income
or enhance societal well-being.
COMMERCIALISATION OF IDEAS
(SOLUTION PROVIDERS)

Talent Training

Commercialisation of
Publications Ideas Consultation

What
Universities can
Intellectual Contract
Property Research
do to help the
quadruple helix

KPI Breakthrough KIP


Commercialisation discoveries providng Services/ Solution Providers to enhance
of R&D products Knowledge driven societal well-being and helping humanity
solutions to industry,
government and
community
What about R&D of today is no longer about working in silo
tomorrows Problems are getting more complex and
R&D solutions are expected to be holistic, relevant,
How should we practical and sustainable
approach it? Its about collegiality and commonality- working
together and sharing facilities, talents and data
to optimise resources eg NBOS-PILS STEM
labs
Bring together the different disciplines to
provide solutions to real life problems.
To drive collaboration and sharing via idea
connectors eg My Innovation hub, ITMA,
RMCs and platforms like PPRN,CREST
Work as a consortium to do strategic research
for Malaysias future (Malaysia 2050)
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE
Researchers need to provide solutions
that can create a sustainable change in
society.
The solution must also be accepted by
the government and culturally acceptable
the community (broader participation)
To enhance social enterprise, values-
based grants will be offered for
Providing solutions to the bottom
Knowledge (Transfer) exchange and
billion is a long journey
enhancing sustainability of the rakyat.
Research Priority areas 2016
Additional Proposed RMK 11 Research Priority Areas
Malaysia 2050 (Strategic Research)
Nationhood, B40 and Societal Wellbeing (Values-based)
Tropical Disease
Islamic Finance

National Priority Area (NPA) Research Clusters Grants made


Transportation & Urbanization
available to
Public and

Clinical & Health Science

Natural and Cultural


Environment & Climate Change

Arts & Applied Arts


Private

Pure and Applied

Communication
Technology &

Information &
Social Science
Healthcare & Medicine
Universities

Engineering

Heritage
Science
Bio Diversity
Water Security
Food Security
Energy Security
Plantation Crops
Cyber Security

* Applicable for LRGS, FRGS, TRGS, PRGS, ACE-GS


Shift 7 : Enforcing Innovation Global
Ecosystem KPI
KIP
Enhancing
Prominence in
RD&I, Societal
Knowledge societal well Wellbeing,
generation being and Enhanced
helping academia-
Solutions
humanity industry
to quadruple partnership
helix
GOVERNMENT

Idea connectors to ensure


ACADEMIA INDUSTRY commonalities and collegiality
Quadruple
helix
Excellence in Research
COMMUNITY
RMK11 R&D Innovation to enhance
Social and inclusivity, shared equity,
sustainability
Enterprise
Innovation
Re-engineering growth for greater prosperity translating
inovation to wealth
SHIFT 8 : Global Prominence

What to do for
2016?:
Moving
Internationalisation
Shift 8: Global Prominence

151,979
Foreign students

33,396 12th Most


preferred
in Public Universities destination
Generating RM 7.9
88,665 billion/year
In Private universities
Data as of 31 December , 2015
Target : 160,000 by 2016
CHALLENGES TO INCREASE NUMBER
OF FOREIGN STUDENTS

Increase enrolment of international


students to 160,000 by 2016

CHALLENGES Increase number of students participating


in mobility programmes

Strengthening Malaysias Education


brand
MOBILITY PROGRAMS 1.
2.
Korea
Indonesia
3. Japan
4. China Top 10
373 programs 5. Thailand Countries
OUTBOUND MOBILITY
6. Turkey
7. Germany
Inbound 8. Australia
9. USA
10. Brunei
MOBILITY
PROGRAMS 28 Credit
2015 COUNTRIES Transfer

407 programs Non-credit


INBOUND MOBILITY
Transfer
Enhancing Malaysias current procedures
As per cabinets decision on Dec 22, 2015

International students are allowed to apply for


student pass directly to EMGS effective 1 March,
2016

International student pass will be issued for the


duration of study as specified by the HLIs

Employment pass will be extended to international


graduates in critical and high technology areas for
a period not exceeding 2 years
Enhancing mobility programmes
As per the cabinets decision on 22 Dec, 2015,
Passes for mobility programmes are to be applied DIRECTLY to
Immigration Department of Malaysia
For less than 3 months, social visit passes will be issued
For 3-12 months, student pass for mobility (new) will be issued. This will
allow for credit transfer to take place.
For mobility programmes 3-12 months, Pre-arrival Health screening has
been exempted for students registered in universities from UK, USA,
Japan, Korea and Australia
Enhancing Malaysias brand overseas
Promotion activity will be coordinated by EMGS

Education Malaysia (EM) (12 offices worldwide) will act as catalyst for
collaboration with HEIs , industries, agencies, students for foreign and
local universities

Role of alumni in promoting Malaysia as the preferred destination for


international students will be enhanced
SHIFT 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10
9
Globalised
Online
SEP 2014
Learning
Students are ready for a MOOCs@Malaysia
M O O C
new education experience
Are the academics ready?
was launched.
Four compulsory
Will senate allow for courses taken by first
Massive change? year students from 20
Open Will the Courses
Online public universities.
infrastructure support?

70Room
% to RE-THINK our
new higher educatoon
20 70%
model BLENDED
MOOCs with credit transfer
LEARNING
SHIFT 10 : Transformed Higher
Education Delivery

WHAT TO DO FOR
2016?
AMENDMENTS TO
PRIVATE HIGHER
EDUCATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS ACT 1996
(ACT 555)
Moving Forward Private education in 2016

Academic Business
Excellence Excellence
Transformation

QUANTITY AND
BUSINESS EXCELLENCE
QUALITY

ENCOURAGE INOVATION
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE TO PROPEL PRIVATE
(HUMAN RESOURCE NEEDS) HIGHER EDUCATION
SECTOR
DEPT. OF HIGHER ENCOURAGE INVESTMENT
STUDENT AND EDUCATION INTENDS
TO AMEND 25
INVESTOR PROTECTION SECTIONS AND 15 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
REGULATORY
ACTIVITIES OF ACT 555 OPPORTUNITY
REGULATORY PRACTICES TRANSFORMATION
ESTABLISHMENT &
REGISTRATION

OPERATIONS

RENEWAL ACTIVITIES
INSPECTION &
ENFORCEMENT
Performance based can lead to differential treatment and self regulation
IMPLICATIONS:
1. Stringent Standards & Conditions for registration Approval regulations, Transparent
2. Online Applications with Declaration To facilitate application processes, Create business
conducive environment
3. Effective Enforcement Deterrent, Improving Perception of Being Caught (POBC) level, Compliance,
Organisational Structure
4. Performance based regulation Selected regulation, Risk levels, Performance manifestation and
achievement.
MONITORING
As we move towards differential treatment and self regulation, there is a
need to perform health check for all aspects of academic, financial,
facilities and the availability of a conducive environment for for Teaching
and learning.

This can be done via A NATIONAL QUALITY EVALUATION AND RATING


SYSTEM (eg. SETARA, DSETARA AND MyQUEST or Equivalent).

A performance based regulation that would allow performing private


higher educational institutions to develop productively.

Participation in national quality evaluation and rating system will be made


a priority. .
Sharing of Talents
Sharing of resources
Sharing of data
Joint degrees

IPTA IPTA
Flexible education UMT and UNISZA
UPM and UPNM
Multi entries (including APEL)
IPTA and IPTS
Multi exits (studentschoice)
INTI and Polytechniques
Multi disciplines UMT and Taylors
Multi lingual
Multi modes
Multi institutions LOCAL TO GLOBAL
Multi degrees
MOVING FORWARD
Moving forward in higher education would require
us to undergo RETHINKING of the higher
education model in this country but bearing in
mind our culture and philosophy for nation
building
This is what the Ministers speech is asking us to
do and what the Higher education blueprint is all
about.
To rethink what will be its processes
admissions, residential requirements,
curriculum design, delivery mode,
assessment
What kind of business plan will it have?
Transforming higher education
for a sustainable tomorrow

LEARN
UN-LEARN
RE-LEARN
We need to
undergo
paradigm shift
and strong
leadership
PLAYBOOKS :
Launching the University Transformation Programme

i. Enhancing University board governance


and effectiveness
ii. Enhancing Productivity and cost efficiency
iii. Strengthening performance management
and financial reporting
iv. Enhancing Income generation including
endowment development and waqf
v. Strengthening career pathways and
leadership development.

First Five University


Transformation
Playbook
MOVING FORWARD
We are a Ministry that
listens to what you
have to say.
Seminar series on
University of the Future
Listen and act on your
ideas.
Let us work together to
make the public believe
in our education system
Malaysians truly
deserve the best
education that the
country can offer
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