3 nights 4 days
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
5 – 8 July’ 23
is a unique opportunity for educators, administrators, and other senior stakeholders in higher education to gain a comprehensive understanding of the complex world of university rankings. The workshop is designed to be interactive and engaging, providing participants with hands-on experience of the various metrics and methodologies used by different ranking systems.
Through this workshop, participants will gain a deeper insight into the different ranking systems and how they are used to evaluate the performance of universities across the globe. This includes understanding the different metrics that are used to evaluate research, teaching, and other key areas of university performance. The workshop also delves into the various methodologies that are used to calculate rankings and explores the limitations and strengths of each system.
Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an interactive exercise that over the next two days will enable them to identify and focus on the areas that are relevant to their institutional requirements.
They will also have the chance to engage in discussions about how rankings can be used to improve the quality of higher education and how they can be misinterpreted or misused.
Emeritus Professor David Faulkner
(Co-Founder and Former Director of MBA at
the University of Oxford )
President Excellence in Education (IAQC)
to a global private or public university with academic excellence and demonstration of remarkable growth on global ranking leagues.
adopted by those universities
of facilities present in the university or institution
behind journey of excellence Workshop to benchmark the university or institution’s standings against different parameters
and areas of improvement for your institution