Archives de Tag: Next15

Asia’s surprises

Our last blog post dealt with the “educational tsunami” Africa is currently facing. But where does Asia stand by now, after being responsible for most of the doubling of tertiary enrolment worldwide between 2000 and 2015? Although over half of the new students will still concentrate in this geographical area by 2030, relative growth will […]

Coping with the educational tsunami in Africa: digital, a tool both powerful and indispensable

There will be 2 billion people in Africa by 2040, half of them under 25. Colossal educational challenges are posed, and the booming demand will not be met by simply adapting the models that already exist elsewhere in the world. Efficiency requires organisational innovations and the gathering of a diversity of stakeholders, among which digital […]

ÉGALITE HOMMES/FEMMES DANS L’ENSEIGNEMENT SUPERIEUR : LES NOUVEAUX ENJEUX

Argentine, Algérie, et Thaïlande : ces trois pays à revenus intermédiaires, situés sur trois continents différents, affichent les trois plus forts taux de féminisation dans l’enseignement supérieur. Ce résultat qui figure parmi les données de PAXTER NEXT15years, site d’information et d’aide à la décision pour la stratégie des établissements d’enseignement supérieur, illustre bien la nécessité d’une […]

« TEACH LESS, LEARN MORE »: 2017 HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERS ASIA FORUM WAS MARKED BY DEMOGRAPHIC SHOCKS AND THE UNAVOIDABLE TRANSFORMATION OF MODELS.

This short sentence sounded like a punchline in the 2017 edition of the Higher Education Leaders Asia Forum, February 28th and March 1st in Kuala Lumpur. Around Chairman Pierre Tapie, questions of demographic shocks, major institutional and pedagogical transformations and the marketing of higher education have been widely asked. This year’s Forum pattern allowed a […]