Internationalization is becoming a core feature of the world's premier universities. World-class colleges may attract the best students, faculty members, and educational resources by placing themselves at the global level. World-class institutions can also develop top talent or human resources, as well as cutting-edge research that helps society. As a result, internationalization efforts are critical.
The COVID-19 pandemic, on the other hand, inevitably left its mark on the earth, and we are now compelled to navigate a world beset with Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity (VUCA) especially in managing mobility programmes during this difficult period. To get more insight on some of the challenges and strategies implemented by other universities in navigating mobility program in the VUCA World, i-PUTRA has organized an international online seminar on Managing Mobility Program in VUCA World: Uncertainties About the Effect towards Universities & Students. Four (4) Panelists from Poland, Thailand, Japan, and Malaysia were invited to share their insights on this matter. Joining us in this webinar were panellists from University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, Poland, Ms Dagmara Bojda, Ms Warunee Kaewbunruang from Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, Ms Yuko Takigawa from Kagawa University, Japan, and Ms Nadia Zawani from Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.
The one-and-a-half-hour session held on the 14th of February 2023 was joined by around 60 participants in total from different universities around the world and various beneficial inputs were shared by the panellist. The program concluded with a short Q&A Session.. Through this webinar, it brought up new and novel discussions to overcome some of the challenges faced in managing mobility program during peri-pandemic
Date of Input: 28/02/2023 | Updated: 28/02/2023 | sh_najiyah
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