Part I: Autonomy - Trends in Asian and European Higher Education

Keynote Presentation 1:
European trends in policies and practices for international collaboration in higher education (Dr. Robert Wagenaar)

Keynote Presentation 2:
Asian trends in policies and practices for international collaboration in higher education (Prof. Kai-ming Cheng)

Keynote Presentation 3:
The strategic importance of joint or double degree programmes for academic institutes (Prof. Dr. Sirat Morshidi)

Keynote Presentation 4:
Landscape of types of student mobility and their academic objective (Prof. Dr. Philippe Gourbesville)

Keynote Presentation 5:
Presentation of an Asia Link project (Dr. Jamalam Lumbanraja)


Breakout sessions I: Strategic considerations on student mobility and joint/double degrees

Working Group 1: What is the role of student mobility in achieving academic goals?

Chair: Prof. Philippe Gourbesville

Asia-Link Experiences & Challenges (Prof. Dr. Eberhard Liebau and Prof. Regina Huang)

What is the Role of Student Mobility in Achieving Academic Goals? (Dr. Dung Nguyen Huu)

Rapporteur: Ms Hellen van der Maazen (presentation and report)

Working Group 2: Can we determine advantages and disadvantages of joint and double degree programmes compared to other forms of cooperation?

Chair: Prof. Hassan bin Basri

Advantage and Disadvantage of Joint Program and Double Degree Program (Dr. Churnrurtai Kanchanachitra)

Determination of Advantages and Disadvantages of Joint and Double Degree Programmes (Prof. Dr. Rainer Stachuletz and Mr Zhaohui Zhang)

Rapporteur: Ms Juditha Olhmacher (presentation and report)

Working Group 3: How to measure the importance of joint curriculum development for academic quality enhancement?

Chair: Dr. Robert Wagenaar

Double Degree Program and Student Mobility as Integral Part of Academic Cooperation (Prof. Axel Hunger and Prof. Dr. Andanastuti Muchtar)

Rapporteur: Ms Jenneke Lokhoff (report)

Breakout sessions II: Foundations of collaboration

Working Group 4: How do partners find common grounds for academic collaboration?

Chair: Prof. Axel Hunger

How do partners find common grounds for academic collaboration? (Dr. Lim Yohanes Stefanus)

Foundations of collaboration (Prof. Dr. Darlyn Tagarino)

Rapporteur: Dr. Noël De Leon (presentation)

Working Group 5: What are the main considerations in deciding on the content of a joint curriculum?

Chair: Prof. Dr. Sirat Morshidi

What are the main consideration in deciding on the content of a joint curriculum (Prof. Sophia Mubarika)

How to Decide on the Contents of a Joint Curriculum Case Study: the Developing Standardization Curriculum (Prof. Mingshun Song)

Reporter: Ms Rosario Marzo MBA (presentation and report)

Working group 6: What are critical factors in organizing the collaboration?

Chair: Dr. Harald Olk

Critical factors in organizing the collaboration (Ms Hellen van der Maazen)

Critical factors in collaboration: The UPM-UU Story (Dr. Yong-Meng Goh)

Joint Degree Programmes: The experience of the University of Aveiro (Prof. Isabel Martins)

Rapporteur: Mr Guy Perring (report)