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Title: An insight into quality and global advancement from QS


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Get it right
  • An insight into quality and global advancement
    from QS
  • Mandy Mok
  • Managing Director
  • QS Asia
  • (Asia Pacific, Middle East and New Zealand)

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Middle East Africa Professional Leaders In
Education
QS-MAPLE QS Middle East Africa Professional
Leaders in Education Conference and Exhibition
May 2010 In collaboration with King Saud
University
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Middle East Africa Professional Leaders In
Education
  • Mission
  • To provide a forum that promotes the development
    of higher education in the Middle East in the
    global context and that stimulates international
    partnership.
  • To support the processes of institutional
    evaluation and upgrading that will lead to
    greater worldwide recognition of Middle East
    universities.
  • Date 2 to 3 May 2010
  • Venue Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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Boost your universitys global recognition -
a 2-day top level seminar with professional
development program to assist in the devising of
best strategy and processes
  • Exclusively for invited Presidents, Vice
    Presidents and
  • their senior advisors.
  • World Experts - university evaluation, ranking,
    global
  • communications and global partnership
    development
  • Major Business Leaders fast growing role of
    industry
  • in supporting university research programs and
    curriculum
  • development

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Launch of QS WorldClass SHOWCASE in April 2010
  • A new print and online publication featuring
  • Exclusive interviews with Presidents of top
    Asian
  • universities and with Asian Education
    Ministers
  • Global celebrities who passionately advocate the
  • benefits of education
  • Leaders of major Asian corporations
  • Tables of THE-QS World University Rankings and
  • the QS Asian University Rankings with
    commentary

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  • DISTRIBUTION
  • The printed edition of QS WorldClass SHOWCASE
    will be presented to each of the two top
    executive heads (e.g. President and Provost) of
    the following
  • Top 500 Universities as featured in the THE-QS
    World University Rankings
  • Top 200 Universities as featured in the QS Asian
    University Rankings
  • Chinas 106 Project 211 Universities
  • Top 20 Middle Eastern Universities
  • Top 20 Indian Universities
  • Also to
  • Heads of state of G20 countries
  • Ambassadors and high commissioners of 250 major
    diplomatic post worldwide
  • Top 200 Asian Corporations ranked by THE-QS World
    Rankings under Recruiters Review

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QS WorldARTS Tour the FIRST of its KIND!
  • QS WorldARTS Tour is a response to the demand
    from
  • the Design and Arts institutions of the world for
    a specialist
  • marketing and student recruitment facility
    catering to the region
  • Annual event
  • Dates in 2010
  • KL 21 Feb Singapore 23 Feb Hong Kong 25
    Feb
  • Seoul 27 Feb Shanghai 1 Mar

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Components of QS WorldARTS
  • Student recruitment fairs with provision for
    viewing portfolios of creative arts and for
    on-the-spot auditions for performing arts.
  • Includes performance and displays by the students
    of participating institutions.
  • Auction of top students works to invited buyers
  • Seminars presenting many aspects of international
    study and career opportunities in arts and
    design.

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  • Trusted. Independent. Global.

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  • Established in 2008
  • Distinct and autonomous department within QS
  • Responding to demand for...
  • More comparative data
  • Deeper insight
  • Improving quality and quantity of both published
    and proprietary research
  • Researches are in London and Singapore

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QS Top Universities Benchmarking Service
  • Published rankings are only the surface of
    performance evaluation
  • Benchmarking can provide a deeper insight into
    performance relative to selected comparable peer
    institutions

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Our clients
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  • Select a number of target institutions from the
    THE-QS World University Rankings list
  • A mixture of domestic and international
    institutions may be best

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  • Get a detailed view on each institution
  • Year on year ranking performance
  • Overall
  • By faculty
  • By indicator
  • Underlying data
  • Student and faculty numbers
  • Exchange program details
  • Additional data
  • Foundation years
  • Publication and citation data
  • Financial data
  • PhDs awarded
  • Graduate employment rates

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  • Peer group analysis
  • By indicator
  • By faculty area
  • More detail on Scopus bibliometric indicators
  • More detail on survey responses
  • Academic Peer Review
  • Employer Review
  • Domestic vs. International Reputation
  • Analysis against national/regional averages
  • 3-5 year cycle is recommended to develop a
    comprehensive perspective

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  • Benefits of Benchmarking
  • Can be used for external comparison
  • Helps the institution understand its position
    globally, nationally and regionally
  • Provides the context to assist in setting
    realistic and achievable targets
  • Challenges operational complacency
  • Creates an atmosphere conducive to continuous
    improvement
  • Allows you and your colleagues to visualise
    improvements which can be a strong motivator for
    change
  • Creates a sense of urgency for improvement
  • Confirms the belief that there is a need for
    change
  • Helps to identify weak areas and indicates what
    needs to be done to improve.
  • Helps with review processes and setting new goals
    to remain competitive
  • Identifies training needs and problem areas
  • May suggest goals for recruitment and staff
    development

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The Star Ratings System
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Limitations of rankings
  • Specialist strength often overlooked
  • Dependent on reliable collection of data for ALL
    institutions
  • Over simplified view of institutional strength
  • Bias towards fully comprehensive institutions
  • International studies tend to focus strongly on
    research
  • Moving target

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Ratings vs. Rankings
  • Ratings are not dependent on the performance of
    other institutions
  • Ratings can be more adaptive
  • Ratings can include components not easily
    included in rankings

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Best of Both
  • Working together...
  • A rating can provide some context to ranking
    results
  • A rating can visually signal additional
    complexity beneath the ranking results
  • A rating can encourage users/readers to accept
    that ranking results ought to be understood
    rather than simply accepted
  • A rating can provide additional important, yet
    easily consumable, information to be involved
    earlier in any decision making process that might
    involve rankings

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STARS To gaze or to shoot?
  • Why rate a University?
  • Compare the global university sector
  • Provide a level playing field for the transfer of
    students, programs, faculty, collaboration of
    universities
  • Unity in Strength
  • QS promotes the whole group
  • Faster way to move up
  • Domestic Rankings
  • A strategic way to get onto the international
    platform
  • Work towards being ranked internationally

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More reasons to be Rated
  • Unbiased, independent evaluation
  • Research quality
  • Productivity
  • Teaching commitment quality
  • Internationalization
  • Graduate preparedness employability
  • Innovation knowledge transfer
  • Specialist subject strength
  • Identify key strengths to consolidate research
    quality weakness to address
  • Provide a development roadmap
  • To promote the strengths of your institution
  • An intermediate profile on topuniversities.com

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Cost effective measures
  • Employ retiring professors from quality overseas
    universities
  • Co-brand with an overseas university or program
  • Publish more - offer incentives for faculty whose
    work is published in reputed journals
  • Be seen in more international conferences,
    exhibitions and fairs
  • Encourage faculty to engage in more speaking
    activities worldwide
  • Improve external communications and image through
    branding and marketing through targeted media 
  • Organize international fee-paying summer schools
    on your campus - promote them through partner
    overseas universities
  • Offer more degrees taught in English language to
    attract international
  • fee-paying students
  • Translate your website into English and print an
    English language brochure
  • Communicate regularly with your overseas alumni

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All QS products and activities
QS topuniversities.com QS Top Universities Guide
QS Top Universities Tour QS Top University Fair
(London) QS World Arts Tour - Asia QS
Intelligence Unit Times Higher - QS World
University Rankings QS Asian University
Rankings QS Stars QS Benchmarking QS
Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education
Conference - QS-APPLE QS WorldClass Seminar QS
WorldClass Showcase (Publication) QS World Grad
School Tour QS Top Grad School Guide QS
topgradschool.com QS topgradschool.com Newsletter

QS World MBA Tour QS World Exec MBA Tour QS MBA
Career Guide QS TopExecEd Guide and Online QS
topmba Connect 121 QS World MBA Tour Premium QS
topmba.com QS topmba Newsletter QS Scorecard QS
TopApply QS MBA Scholarships QS TopMBA Careers
QS Global Workplace QS Top Internships QS
Leadership Career Forums
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THANK YOU For more information, please contact
Mandy Mok mm_at_qs.com
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