Higher Education in Asia grows more important than ever. WhileIndia aims at
More graduates, more business integration
To help these countries catch up, higher education and researchwould have to play a bigger role in the East Asian economies whichare currently geared towards manufacturing with low-value-addingoperations. More student places needed to be created as largecountries like Indonesia with its 230 million population featurelow HE participation rates of 18,4%.
“The quantity of higher education graduates is still too low forthe labor market in countries like Cambodia, China, and Vietnam.Higher education today does not suf?ciently provide its graduateswith the skills that ?rms need to increase their productivity,”according to the report’s authors.
Greater efforts would consequently have to be made to not onlyproduce more graduates, but also give students the tools needed tocreate innovation in their economies. East Asian governments wouldnow need to expand higher education funding of public universitieswhich account for more than 70% of student enrolments.
Kamer heeft ongeduld met basisbeurs en leenstelselcompensatie
Europese Commissie investeert een miljard in Europese Universiteiten
Kwaliteit en kwantiteit moeten naast elkaar bestaan voor Erkennen en Waarderen
Doelmatigheid miljardensteun voor onderwijs niet te controleren
Afstandsonderwijs kán wel succesvol zijn