INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HIGHER EDUCATION

ENHANCING COMPETITIVENESS IN ASIA

Theme

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Higher education has become one of the most competitive industries due to the increasing number of universities around the world. The webometrics currently has a list of the world’s 26368 universities. These universities mostly compete to get the best students, lecturers, resources and researches. In Asia, the competition has been largely spurred by the world university rankings such as QS World University Rankings and Times Higher Education. The rankings are deemed to be significant to indicate not only the quality of a university, but also the quality of education in a country.

Responding to challenges in the competitiveness of higher education, the University of Brawijaya initiated the first International Conference on Higher Education. The first conference focuses on ‘Enhancing Competitiveness in Asia’. The purpose of this conference is to promote discussion and interaction among academics, researchers and professional in the fields of Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities. Contributors are welcome to submit full-length papers and/or abstracts. Manuscripts must be submitted online through the conference management system. Registered manuscripts will be published in an indexed proceeding* (tba). We invite scholars, experts and professionals from related fields to submit manuscripts to the conference.


The theme is further divided into sub-themes as follows:

 

Fields:

1. Natural Sciences

    Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Medicine, Agriculture, Engineering, and other

2. Social Sciences

    Law, Politics, Economics, Business, Sociology, Education, and other

3. Humanities

     Philosophy, Religion, Psychology, History, Art, Literature, Linguistics, and others

 

POSSIBLE KEYWORDS
 

Lecturer

Resources

Student Acceptance & Selectivity Curriculum Research Publication

Technology

Administration Longevity Health

Media

Diversity Innovation

History

              Communication            

           Social Environment               Natural Environment         

         Sustainability         

Culture Human Rights Competition

Globalization