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Kepimpinan Pentadbir dalam Era

Transformasi Pendidikan Tinggi

Datuk Prof. Dr. Asma Ismail, FASc

Ketua Pengarah Pendidikan Tinggi

Jabatan Pendidikan TinggiKementerian Pendidikan Tinggi, Malaysia

Konvensyen Pentadbir Universiti Awam

20 Ogos 2016

KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN TINGGI

Skop ceramah

Status terkini Pendidikan tinggi di Malaysia

Cabaran abad 21st century

Empowered governance

Apa maksud autonomi di UA

Peranan pentadbir di UA

Sikap pentadbir: peka, cakna, berpengetahuan,resource person, resourceful dan proaktif

Bina profesionalisme

Pendidikan tinggi TERKINI

VISION

Malaysia as an International Higher

Education Hub by 2020

BATTLE CRY

Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Dr. Noorul Ainur Mohd. Nur,

Ketua Setiausaha

Kementerian Pendidikan Tinggi

Higher Education Landscape:

Current Status

STUDENTS (1,263,614) 20 Public (540,638)

495 Private (608,378)

34 Polytechnics (96,069)

93 Community Colleges (18,529)

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

TOTAL: 153,328 UA 31,926

US 93,158

Internat School 28,244

1

2

3

*Nov 2015

* 30 Jun 2016

Research

Programmes

Research Universities RM 200 mil

Fundamental Grants RM 150 mil

HICoE RM 20 mil

Total Allocation

RM370 million(as of Jan 2016)

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79,016 ACADEMICS (PhD 20,395)

(26%) Public IHLs 32,866 (PhD 13,666)

Private IHLs 36,185 (PhD 6,683)

Polytechnics 7,250 (PhD 43)

Community Colleges 2,715 (PhD 3)*as of June 2015

STATES PRIVATE

UNIVERSITIES

PRIVATE

COLLEGE

UNIVERSITIES

FOREIGN

BRANCH

CAMPUSES

COLLEGES TOTAL

Johor 2 2 3 25 32

Melaka 1 2 - 17 20

N.Sembilan 4 2 - 17 23

Selangor 21 6 3 103 133

W.P KL 13 6 1 91 111

W.P Putrajaya 1 - 1 - 2

Perak 3 2 - 24 29

Kedah 2 1 - 7 10

Pulau Pinang 1 3 - 28 32

Perlis - 1 - 2 3

Pahang 2 2 - 12 16

Terengganu 1 2 - 10 13

Kelantan - 2 - 10 12

Sabah - 2 - 25 27

Sarawak 1 1 2 28 32

TOTAL 52 34 10 399 495

STATISTICS OF PRIVATE

HIGHER EDUCATIONAL

INSTITUTIONS

AS OF

30TH

JUNE 2016

PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES : 52

PRIVATE COLLEGE : 34

UNIVERSITIES

FOREIGN BRANCH : 10

CAMPUSES

COLLEGES : 399

TOTAL : 495

Courtesy: IPTS section, JPT

153,328 Foreign students

31,926In Public Universities

93,158In Private universities

* Private/Int. School : 28,244

Shift 8: Global Prominence

Data as of 30 June , 2016 Target : 160,000 by 2016

Whats our attraction?

1. Worlds biggest market for

transnational education

2. Anchor Universities

(individual universities in

the rankings)

3. Quality education system

in the country yet

affordable

4. Value for

education/education with

emphasis on values (4th

industrial revolution)

250,000 foreign students

1.2 million is talking about GE

World Education Services

2015 ECONOMIC IMPACT OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ENROLMENT IN MALAYSIA

Courtesy: EMGS

2015 ECONOMIC IMPACT OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ENROLMENT IN MALAYSIA

Courtesy: EMGS

3.6

jobs

We are on our way

to be among the top

international hub for

education

IMPACT OF QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION TO THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY

We have come a long way and we

still have a long way to go but what

is important we show continuous

improvement

TOP NEWS

KUALA LUMPUR #1

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CABARAN ABAD KE 21

The world is changing rapidly

Complex

Unpredictable

Interconnected

Challenges of the 21st

Century

GLOBAL

Economic crisis

ASEAN ECONOMIC

COMMUNITY

(single market and production

based; highly competitive

economic region)

GLOBAL

Competition due to

GLOBALIZATION

The combination of all 4 are creating a

tsunami effect on higher education

Accelerating PACE of CHANGE due

to DIGITAL age

IoT : Internet of Things

IoE : Internet of everything

PERANAN MAHASISWA

PERINGATAN KEPADA WARGA KPT & IPT

BUDAYA KESELAMATAN

ISLAM AGAMA KEAMANAN

Convergence of technology

4th industrial revolution

Fusion of technologies that blur the lines between physical, digital and biological spheres.

It evolves at exponential rate rather than linear and is a disruptive at every industry in every country

UNIVERSITIES MUST EVOLVE

GLOBAL

INNOVATIVEACCESSIBLE

Transformation is essential

Re-Imagining Education for the

Twenty-First Century

WHAT

IF ?

We dont own any buidlingWe dont own any dorms

We dont own any labsWe have classes round the

worldThe lecturers can be anywhere

Small classroom to five personal attention

Low tuition feesStudents are global

201516 MINERVA PROJECT, INC. 26ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL

7 citiesduring four years of intensive study.

San Francisco

Berlin

Buenos Aires

Seoul

Bangalore

Istanbul

London

Image: Data visualization showing global flight patterns by Michael Markieta

Everything is rented/outsourc

ed

Malaysians deserve the best education

that the country can offer

Dato Seri Idris Jusoh, Minister of Higher Education

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TRANSFORMATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IS

ESSENTIAL

TRANSFORMASI PENDIDIKAN TINGGI

ROLE OF ADMINISTRATION IN

UNIVERSITIES 21 ST CENTURY

a ministrys operations must support the core mission of higher education, research and outreach, while promoting a sustainable economy, society, and environment.

Pelaksna Pengurusan tertinggiPentadbir

10 Shifts

to support the

attainment of

System and

Student

Aspiration

Malaysian Education Blueprint (Higher

Education)

PLAYBOOKS :

Launching the University Transformation Programme

i. Enhancing University board governance and effectiveness

ii. Enhancing Productivity and cost efficiency

iii. Strengthening performance management and financial

reporting

iv. Enhancing Income generation including endowment

development and waqf

v. Strengthening career pathways and leadership

development.

First Five University

Transformation Playbook

PELANCARAN BUKU PANDUAN UniTP

6

10 SHIFTS

EMPOWERED

GOVERNANCE

Tight Controller

Regulator and Policy-Maker

Performance Contracts5 years (3+2)

Increasing the autonomy and accountability of institutions based on the level of readiness

Lembaga Pengarah Universiti (LPU) comprises a wider representatives

Womenfolk

International Experts

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

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AUTONOMI

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i. Autonomi di UA merujuk kepada penurunan kuasa

membuat keputusan daripada Kementerian/Agensi

Pusat kepada LPU/LGU UA terhadap perkara-

perkara tertentu.

ii. Penurunan kuasa ini dilakukan secara berperingkat

kerana ia memerlukan rundingan dengan pihak

Kementerian /Agensi Pusat.

DEFINISI AUTONOMI

Please remember that the

Universities DO NOT have full

autonomyyet

8 prinsip asas

Bidang autonomi yang diberi

i. Governan Institusi

ii. Kewangan dan penjanaan pendapatan

iii. Pengurusan sumber manusia

iv. Pengurusan akademik dan

kemasukan pelajar

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Pelaksanaan autonomi di UA

4 BIDANG AUTONOMI

LPU/LGU adalah pembuat keputusan.

Peraturan & arahan Kerajaan adalah kekal

kecuali bagi perkara yang telah diberikan

penurunan kuasa oleh MOF.

Governan Institusi

Pengurusan Akademik dan KemasukanPelajar

Senat meluluskan penubuhan

Fakulti/Sekolah/Pusat/ dan program

pengajian baharu yang tidak melibatkan

peruntukan Kerajaan.

LPU meluluskan peruntukan dalaman untuk

penubuhan Fakulti/Sekolah/Pusat/ dan

program pengajian.

Universiti Awam boleh menamatkan

program atau kursus yang tiada sambutan

kecuali program atau kursus yang ada nilai

strategik.

Program baru masih memerlukan akreditasi

MQA.

Universiti boleh melaksanakan pengurusan

kemasukan pelajar.LPU/LGU mengurus & membelanjakan pendapatan

yang dijana sendiri mengikut peraturan dalaman.

LPU/LGU mengguna pakai peraturan dan Arahan

Perbendaharan.

LPU/LGU boleh memohon pengecualian pemakaian

pekeliling daripada MOF dengan menyediakan SOP.

Kewangan dan Penjanaan Pendapatan

Pengurusan Sumber Manusia

4 Bidang

Autonomi

Sistem kenaikan pangkat/top up daripada sumber dana

yang dijana sendiri boleh dilaksanakan.

Kenaikan pangkat berdasarkan top up tidak melibatkan

perubahan pencen dan peruntukan Kerajaan.

UA perlumenjana

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