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The University of the Philippines and the Partido State University will host Philippine Higher Education in an Integrating ASEAN: Seizing Opportunities, Confronting Challenges on 17 September at the the Partido State University campus, Goa, Camarines Sur.
Among the topics which will be discussed in the conference are the ASEAN Integration, Mutual Recognition Agreements among ASEAN member nations, particularly on highly skilled labor mobility, the relationship between higher education and globalization as wellas the challenges ASEAN Integration will pose for Philippine higher education instutitions.
The conference is organized with the cooperation of the Foreign Service Institute of the Department of Foreign Affairs and …
UP Vice President for Administration Maragtas SV Amante.
With the global movement of capital, people and resource issues in work and employment, as well as labor and capital relations, have become prominent. How would people, technology and resources from various countries and cultures effectively produce desired results? How would the gains or losses arising from competition be shared through improvements in income distribution and living standards? In what areas of work systems—hiring, job design, employment terms and conditions, compensation, skills development, social security and disputes settlement—will there be more convergence?
These questions have been asked during many periods of industrial history, and …
Calingo (center) receives his plaque as UPAA Alumni Awardee during the UPAA General Homecoming and Reunion in June 2014. With him are UP President Alfredo Pascual (right) and UPAA President Ponciano Rivera.
Comprehensive internationalization is a commitment, conﬁrmed through action, to infuse international and comparative perspectives throughout the teaching, research, and service missions of higher education. It shapes institutional ethos and values and touches the entire higher education enterprise. It is essential that it be embraced by institutional leadership, governance, faculty, students, and all academic service and support units. It is an institutional imperative, not just a desirable possibility. (NAFSA, 2011)
Q: How ready is higher education for ASEAN 2015?
What policy reforms are needed to make HE competitive in an ASEAN regional community?
Rex Victor O. Cruz, PhD
UP Los Baños
The readiness of Philippine higher education for Asean 2015 can be assessed in terms of the competitiveness of the country’s higher education institutions (HEIs) as institutions of choice for students from other countries in the region. Come 2015 our HEIs must increase their competitiveness in attracting international students, at least 300,000 of them, from the region (http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/Pages/international-student-flow-viz.aspx).
We need to be able to compete with Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia who …
Professor Melito Salazar, Jr.
Philippine business has been mainly focused on the domestic market, and, on a limited scale, on the markets of the United States and Europe, and, in recent years, China. This orientation has influenced management thinking strategies and programs toward Western concepts.
Even with the Philippines being part of the ASEAN, minimal attention from Philippine business has been focused on the markets of ASEAN. By 2015, such a situation will not serve the interest of Philippine business and society since in that year, the full integration of ASEAN into one market, with free exchange of products, services, human resources …
Tungkulin ng Campus Maintenance Office (CMO) ang pangalagaan ang mga gusali at pisikal na kapaligiran ng UP Diliman. Isang sangay nito ang Grounds Service and Arboretum Division (GSAD). Bahagi ng komprehensibong gawain nito ang pangangalaga ng park at garden, nursery at arboretum at beautification at landscaping.
Ang mga serbisyong ito ay mahigit dalawang dekada nang trabaho ni Mang Rogelio. Siya ay regular na manggagawa na may salary grade 4 (sagad). Sa kakapusan ng sahod, kabi-kabila ang kanyang loan na malaking bahagi ng mga kaltas sa kaniyang sahod. Kung kaya may take-home pay na lamang siya na Php400-600 kada linggo.
Ilang taon na …
UP Vice-President for Public Affairs Prospero De Vera (left) invites questions from the forum’s audience addressed to UP President Pascual (center) and ADMU President Villarin (right).
Two university presidents from opposite ends of Katipunan Avenue appear to be on the same side when it comes to internationalization.
This much was evident when UP President Alfredo E. Pascual joined Ateneo de Manila President Fr. Jose Ramon Villarin on 19 November 2013 at the Education Competitiveness in an ASEAN Integrated Era forum.
The event, which was held at the Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City and organized by the University of the Philippines and PUBLiCUS Asia, …
The crafting of the ASEAN 2015 Action Plan for Philippine Higher Education is underway.
Its development—only one in a set of tasks to be undertaken by the agency—is in preparation for the establishment of an ASEAN Community by 2015.
ASEAN 2015, as it is more commonly known, rose from ASEAN Vision 2020 proposed during the summit in 1997. This vision of the region as a “concert of Southeast Asian nations, outward looking, living in peace, stability and prosperity, bonded together in partnership in dynamic development and in a community of caring societies” formed the concept of a regional community.
It was not until …
Even before ASEAN leaders during the Summit in Kuala Lumpur in December 1997 formulated the ASEAN Vision 2020,1 higher education institutions across the region had unified their efforts to make the ASEAN Community a reality.
The ASEAN University Network is an association of universities established in November 1995 with the signing of its Charter by the higher education officials of six member countries. The AUN is led by a Board of Trustees, and its Secretariat is based in Chulalongkorn University, headed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nantana Gajaseni as executive director. It currently has 30 universities in 10 countries, including three …
University civic engagement is today a real movement, a trend that is taking off. It is a movement still in the early stages of development, that is characterized by immense diversity, and also by extraordinary vision and common approach being taken in very different contexts.”
This statement was delivered in 2005 by Robert M. Hollister, founding dean of the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Tuft University, USA, during an international conference convened by the university in Talloires, France.1 It was the conclusion that emerged from a preconference survey on civic engagement conducted among 25 universities from 24 …