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Title: UNESCO CONFERENCE: September, 2008


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  • UNESCO CONFERENCE September, 2008

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The old . . .
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. . . and the new
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HE IN MACAU STRATEGIC GOALS
  • Expand and diversify provision (public and
    private)
  • Enhance partnerships public and private
    sectors
  • Quality development
  • Recruit and retain international expertise
  • Internationalize student population China
    beyond
  • Increase research and research funding
  • Respond to needs of Macau society community
  • Upgrade local workforce
  • Ensure equality of opportunity in and through
    HE
  • Promote social identity and economic development

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HE IN MACAU STRATEGIC GOALS
  • Create new generation of professionals and
    experts
  • Enhance Macaus competitiveness
  • Promote academic and cultural interchange
  • Promote regional cooperation and links with the
    EU and the Portuguese-speaking countries
  • Increase English
  • Encourage institutional autonomy and identity
  • Support students financially
  • Meet the challenges of globalization.

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RESPONDING TO STRATEGIC GOALS
  • Diversification
  • Provision (public and private)
  • Specialist and multi-disciplinary
  • Levels of awards
  • Kinds of awards
  • Programs and fields of study
  • Modes of study (day time, evening, part-time).

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Students registered
  • Doctorate
  • More non-local than local students
  • More males than females
  • Masters
  • More non-local than local students
  • More local females than local males
  • More non-local males than non-local females
  • Bachelors
  • More local than non-local students
  • More females than males
  • Bacharelato
  • More local than non-local students
  • More local and non-local females than males.

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Imbalance in numbers of registrations
  • Status (local and non-local )
  • by sex, level, field and mode of study
  • Local students by sex, level, field, mode of
    study
  • Non-local students by sex, level, field, mode of
    study
  • Mode of study (daytime, evening, part-time)
  • by sex, level, status and field of study
  • Sex of students
  • by level, field of study and status
  • Level of study
  • by sex, field, mode and status
  • Field of study
  • by sex, level, mode of study, and field.

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STUDENT ENROLMENTS, 2007-8
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ACADEMIC STAFF, 2006-8
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MAIN REGISTRATIONS
  • Very large numbers in Business and Management
    courses at nearly all levels of award
  • Moderately high numbers in Law and Public
    Administration, and at several levels of award
  • Decline in overall number of Masters students in
    several areas but an increase in Law, Languages
    and Literature, Religion and Theology, Pharmacy
    and Tourism/Entertainment
  • Large numbers in tourism/entertainment and gaming
    management
  • Many students in initial teacher training
  • Low numbers in Humanities and Arts, apart from
    Languages and Literature.

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UNIT COSTS (PUBLIC HE INSTITUTIONS)
Notes (a) The cost of the University of Macau
does not include the cost of the programs and
students of the Centre for Pre-University Studies
and the Centre for Continuing Education and
Special Programs (b) The cost of the Macau
Polytechnic Institute does not include the
facilities investment.
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Includes students who have suspended their
studies
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  • Internal and external mechanisms for QA need to
    be developed and applied more and more
    consistently increasing requirements are needed
    for external accreditation of institutions and
    programs further steps need to be taken for
    academic audit and institutional self-review,
    with greater monitoring of institutional QA and
    evidence of action taken as a result of QA.
  • Only one HE institution has external
    accreditation (though some institutions adopt
    procedures from outside bodies, without
    accreditation), few institutions use external
    quality assurance mechanisms and most use
    internal mechanisms either solely or largely.
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