Second Stakeholders Meeting on Indicators for Internationalization of Higher Education in Asia and the Pacific
Toward a mapping of indicators and their utilization
9-10 November 2017, Bangkok, Thailand
Developing relevant indicators is an important strategy to effectively monitor internationalization policies and practices of higher education in Asia-Pacific effectively. In order to build on progress since the first stakeholders meeting last year, UNESCO Bangkok organized the Second Stakeholders Meeting on Indicators for Internationalization of Higher Education from 9-10 November 2017, in Bangkok, Thailand, with generous support from the University of Tokyo, Japan.
During the meeting, participants shared innovative policies and practices with regard to the development and utilization of indicators, and identified the gaps of understanding based on the current state of indicators in Asia-Pacific. As a result, the concluding session elaborated on the goals and domains of internationalization of higher education at both system and institutional levels.
Based on a draft working paper and significant inputs from working groups, UNESCO Bangkok is planning to develop a technical note on relevant indicators for internationalization of higher education in Asia-Pacific. To keep informed or get more information about the stakeholders meeting, please click here to subscribe to our higher education mailing list, or contact the higher education unit at UNESCO Bangkok: email@example.com.
All the meeting documents are available
1) Concept Note
Education 2030: The role of internationalization of higher education to achieve SDG4 (Ms. Jihye Hwang, Program Specialist, UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Thailand)
Review of the working paper- internationalization of higher education in Asia-Pacific: toward a mapping of indicators and their utilization (Mr. James Williams, Professor, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University, USA, Mr. Yuto Kitamura, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Use of Indicator, Policies and Practices of Internationalization of Higher Education in Republic of Korea (Ms. JeungYun Choi, Director, the Office of Global Education Development & Cooperation Research, Korea Educational Development Institute, Republic of Korea)
Updates on the study of indicators for internationalization of higher education in Asia (Mr. Hiroshi Ota, Professor, Center for Global Education, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, Ms. Yuki Watabe, Associate Professor, Global Learning Center, Tohoku University, Japan) Importance of 53 indicators: Asia and Japan
Internationalisation Indicators: The Working Paper (Mr. Anthony Welch, Professor, The University of Sydney, Australia)
Researching higher education in Asia – history, development and future (Mr. Akiyoshi Yonezawa, Director and Professor, Office of Institutional Research, Tohoku University, Japan)
“Regionally Aligned” Student Mobility: A Key Domain for Indicators of Higher Education Internationalization (Mr. Yasushi Hirosato, Professor, Faculty of Global Studies, Sophia University, Japan)
What should be the key domains and indicators of higher education internationalization?: An institutional example (Ms. Nopraenue S. Dhirathiti, Acting Vice President for International Relations and Corporate Communication, Mahidol University, Thailand)