SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentMA Program of Education, First Year PhD Program of Education, First Year MA Program of Education, Second Year PhD Program of Education, Second Year
Course NameHigher Education Studies: Internationalization of Higher Educationand Quality Assurance
InstructorHOU YUNG-CHI
Credit2.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
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Date



課程主題



Topic



課程內容與指定閱讀



Content and Reading Assignment



 



Teachers / Activities


 
 

11/ 18



 



8:00~12:00



 



Topic one: Trends, Theories, mode of internationalization in higher education



 




  1. The topic will give a brief overview about higher education development, trend, theories and different types of cross-border higher education



1. 10 trends changing global higher education by WEIMER, L. (British report)



2. Marginson, S. (2011). Imaging the Global. In King, r. Marginson, S., Naidoo, R. (Eds.). Handbook on Globalization and Higher Education (pp.10-39). Dordrecht: Edward Elga1.



3. Rationales for the internationalization of higher education (pp.88-102). In Internationalization of higher education in the United States of America and Europe



4. Brandenburg, U. & De Wit, H. (2010). The End of Internationalisation. International Higher Education. Center for International Higher Education, Boston College, Vol. 62, Winter. 15-17.



5. Clark, N. (2012, August 1). Understanding transnational education, its growth and implications. World Education News & Reviews.



6. HE Global (2016) The Scale and Scope of UK Higher Education Transnational Education. (Siora, G. Baig, H. Dickinson, P. Hooper, E. Brown, R. Hill, C. Healey, N.)



Angela Yung Chi Hou/ Christopher Hill



 



Lecture/ group discussion


 

11/18



 



1:00~5:00



Topic 2 :Student mobility and Higher education internationalization policy in Asia and other regions




  1. This topic will focus on global mobility and the responses from regions and countries. Several regional student mobility programs will be discussed



1. Hou, Angela Yung Chi, Hill C., Chen, K. H.J., Tsai, S., Chen, V. (2017). A comparative study of student mobility programs in SEAMEO-RIHED, UMAP, and Campus Asia: Regulation, challenges, and impacts on higher education regionalization, Higher Education Evaluation and Development, 11(1), pp.12-24.



2. Mok, K. H., Han, X. Jiang, J. & Zhang, X. (2017). International and transnational learning in higher education: a study of students’ career development in China. London, Centre for Global Higher Education.



3. British Council (2017) The Shape of Global Higher Education: International Mobility of Students, Research and Education Provision. Vol. 2.



4. Forestier, K., Ilieva, J., Course, S., & Chueng, J. (2013). Transnational education in Hong Kong: Undergraduate student perceptions. International Journal of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning, 6(1), 57-82.



Christopher Hill/ Angela Yung Chi Hou



 



Lectures/ group discussion/ presentation


 

11/ 19



8:00~12:00



Topic 3: Universities’ internationalization strategies




  1. This topic will presentation an overview of higher education internationalization and universities’ strategies to global competitions, in particular international recruitment.



1. Higher Education and Emerging Markets: Opportunities, Anxiety and Unintended Consequences amid Globalization (Higher Education in the Global Age)



2. Maldonado, M-M, Bassett, R. M. eds. (2014). The Forefront of International Higher Education. Heidelberg, Springer.



3. Hawkins, J. (2012), The challenges of regionalism and harmonization for higher education in Asia, in Mok, K.H., Hawkins, J.N. and Neubauer, D.E. (Eds.), Higher Education Regionalization in Asia Pacific, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY, 177-189.



4. Horie, M. (2014). Internationalisation of Japanese Universities: learning from the CAMPUS Asia experience. International Higher Education, Vol 78, Special Issue, 19-21.



Ka Ho Mok/ Angela Yung Chi Hou



 



Lectures/ group discussion/ presentation


 

11/ 19



8:00~12:00



Topic 4Quality and cross border higher education



1. Hou, Angela Yung-chi.2014. Quality in Cross-Border Higher Education and Challenges for the Internationalization of National Quality Assurance Agencies in the Asia-Pacific Region Taiwan Experience. Studies in Higher Education (SSCI). 39(6), 163-152.



2. Hou, Angela Yung Chi, Hill C., Chen, K. H.J., Tsai, S. (2018). A Comparative Study of International Branch Campuses in Malaysia, Singapore, China and South Korea: Regulation, Governance and Quality Assurance. Asia Pacific Education Review 19(4), pp 543–555



3. Wilkins, S. (2016), Establishing international branch campuses: a framework for assessing opportunities and risks, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 38(2), 167-182.



4. Mok, K. H. (2016). The Quest for Regional Education Hub Status: Challenges, Possibilities and Search for New Governance in Hong Kong. In Y. C. Cheng, A. C. K. Cheung, & S. W. Ng (Eds.), Internationalization of Higher Education: The Case of Hong Kong (pp. 43-62). Singapore: Springer Singapore.



5. McBurnie, G., & Ziguras, C. (2001). The regulation of transnational higher education in Southeast Asia: Case studies of Hong Kong, Malaysia and Australia. Higher Education (42), 85-105.



Angela Yung Chi Hou/ Christopher Hill



 



Lectures/ group discussion/ presentation


 

11/ 20



8:00~12:00



Topic 5: English Academic writing and international journal article submission




  1. This topic will present the current trends of academic research outputs and the tips for international journal publication



1. Why publication



2. The structure of paper



3. journal selection



Christopher Hill/ Angela Yung Chi Hou



 



Lectures/ group discussion/ presentation


 

11/ 20



1:00 ~5:00



Academic Writing workshop




  1. Students will be guided to develop a research proposal by individual consultation




  1. Parija, Subhash Chandra & Kate, Vikram (Eds.) (2017). Writing and Publishing a Scientific Research Paper. Springer.

  2. Swales, J.M. (1994). Academic Writing for Graduate Students. Michigan:University of Michigan Press.



 



Christopher Hill/ Angela Yung Chi Hou



 



Lectures/ group discussion/ presentation


 

11/ 21



8:00~12:00



Topic 6: Quality assurance in Higher Education and Asian development: Taiwan Practice



 




  1. The topic will present the development of QA in Asia as well as Taiwan. HEEACT practice will be introduced



1.Hou, Angela Yung-chi, Ince, M., Tasi, S. & Chiang, C. L. (2015). Quality Assurance of Quality Assurance Agencies from an Asian Perspective: Regulation, Autonomy and Accountability. Asian Pacific Educational Review, 16, 95-106.



2. Hou, Angela Yung Chi, Chao Yu Kuo, Karen Hui Jung Chen, Christopher Hill, Shaw Ren Lin, Jackson Chun-Chi Chih & Hua Chi Chou (2018). The implementation of self-accreditation policy in Taiwan higher education and its challenges to university internal quality assurance capacity building, Quality in Higher Education, pp. 238-259.



3. Chee, C.M., Butt, M.M., Wilkins, S. and Ong, F.S. (2016), Country of origin and country of service delivery effects in transnational higher education: a comparison of international branch campuses from developed and developing nations, Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, published online 24 February 2016.



4. Knight, J. (2013). A Model for the Regionalization of Higher Education: The Role and Contribution of Tuning. Tuning Journal for Higher Education, Vol 1, November, 105-125



5. Menon, J. (2012) Narrowing the Development Divide in ASEAN: The Role of Policy. ADB Working Paper Series on Regional Economic Integration Asian Development Bank No. 100, July 2012



Angela Yung Chi Hou/ Christopher Hill



 



Lectures/ group discussion/ presentation


 

11/ 21



1:00 ~5:00



Topic 7: Internal QA and External QA




  1. The session will demonstrate the internal quality assurance in universities according to international guidelines. The impacts of external quality assurance on institutional governance will be presented



 



1.CHEA Principles



2.Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG)



3.INQAAHE (GGP)



4. Hou, Angela Yung-chi (2015). Is the Asian Quality Assurance System for Higher Education Going Glonacal? : Assessing the Impact of Three Types of Program Accreditation on Taiwanese Universities. Studies in Higher Education. 40(1), 83-105.



5. McBurnie, G., & Ziguras, C. (2001). The regulation of transnational higher education in Southeast Asia: Case studies of Hong Kong, Malaysia and Australia. Higher Education (42), 85-105.



6. Mok, K. H. (2016). The Quest for Regional Education Hub Status: Challenges, Possibilities and Search for New Governance in Hong Kong. In Y. C. Cheng, A. C. K. Cheung, & S. W. Ng (Eds.), Internationalization of Higher Education: The Case of Hong Kong (pp. 43-62). Singapore: Springer Singapore



Angela Yung Chi Hou/ Christopher Hill



 



Lectures/ group discussion/ presentation


 

11/ 22



8:00~12:00



Capstone course



Final presentation



Angela Yung Chi Hou



 



APEC Simulation



(See Appendix 1)


 

Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

Zoe Hu 


Requirement/Grading

The course will be graded based on the following criteria:



1.Class discussions (25%). Contributions in class should reveal a substantial familiarity with assigned readings, a capacity to analyze the issues and problems under group discussion, and an ability to incorporate, synthesize, and constructively criticize the comments of classmates.



2. Group / Individual presentation (25 %).



3. English Final report (50%)


Textbook & Reference
Urls about Course
? UNESCO, https://en.unesco.org/ ? World Bank, https://www.worldbank.org/ ? Ted Talk, https://www.ted.com/#/ ? INQAAHE, http://www.inqaahe.org/ ? ENQA, https://enqa.eu/ ? CHEA principles, https://www.chea.org/userfiles/CIQG/Principles_Papers_Complete_web.pdf
Attachment

Group Presentation APEC Higher Education Summit.pdf