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  • SHARE National Workshop on the impact of Qualifications Frameworks and Regional Quality Assurance Standards on Higher Education in Myanmar

    06 September 2017

    From 4 to 6 September, SHARE successfully held the SHARE National Workshop on the impact of Qualifications Frameworks and Regional Quality Assurance Standards Higher Education in Myanmar. The workshop was organised in close partnership with the Ministry of Education of Myanmar. 129 participants from higher education institutions and QA agencies across Myanmar, ASEAN and the European Union exchanged their views on effective national and regional cooperation in higher education.
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  • SHARE Symposium on the Consequences of Regional Quality Assurance and Qualifications Frameworks on Higher Education in Thailand

    01 September 2017

    On 31 August to 1 September 2017 SHARE successfully conducted the Symposium on the Consequences of Regional Quality Assurance and Qualifications Frameworks on Higher Education in Thailand. Co-organised by the Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC) and the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA), the meeting gathered over 200 participants in Bangkok. The event brought together relevant stakeholders from all over Thailand, ASEAN, as well as expertise...

  • SHARE Publishes Sixth Policy Brief

    25 August 2017

    As part of its support to the development of regional higher education policies in ASEAN, SHARE is producing Policy Briefs, targeted at government policy makers and university managers in the region. Policy Briefs are designed to provide concise policy options to support ASEAN stakeholders in realising the vision of creating a common higher education space in the region. The sixth Policy Brief, entitled “Studying Abroad – Becoming ASEAN : Regional Student Mobility as a Driver of the ASEAN...

  • A New Home for the ASEAN Secretariat

    24 August 2017

    Demolition works have begun this week in preparation for the long-awaited construction of new premises for the ASEAN Secretariat in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. The current building of the ASEAN Secretariat, or ASEC for short, is four decades old and has grown way too small for the more than 300 staff and the many ASEAN meetings taking place every day. New premises are therefore being built next door to the current building, which also houses the SHARE PMO, and the two will buildings...

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