The evolution of education: We've come a long way from providing short courses to developing internationally recognised degrees, say private education pioneers. In conjunction with Malaysia Day, StarEducate looks back at the country's private education journey, and what lies ahead

Chin, Christina The evolution of education: We've come a long way from providing short courses to developing internationally recognised degrees, say private education pioneers. In conjunction with Malaysia Day, StarEducate looks back at the country's private education journey, and what lies ahead. In Sunday Star. StarEducate, (17 September 2017), pp. 2-3.

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Additional Information: P1: Without a solid education sector, other industries will struggle with the lack of quality human resources, says Prof Chan. P2: Dr Parmjit says foreigners are flocking to Malaysia because its degrees can get the students jobs in their home countries. P3: The challenge in the early years was establishing the reputation and stature of private education, shares Lee. P4: The number of private institutions of higher education (IPTS) inclusive of branch campuses (as of April 2017).
Keywords: private tertiary education; private universities; private colleges; development; twinning; credit transfer; Elizabeth Lee;
Subjects: H > history
Divisions: Sunway Education Group: General
Depositing User: Ms Juwairiah Tan Sulaiman
Date Deposited: 26 Jul 2018 03:58
Last Modified: 15 Aug 2019 07:01
URI: http://sclarchive.sunway.edu.my/id/eprint/371

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