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PEOPLE TO PEOPLE CONNECTIVITY: ROLE OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

PROF.DR.DIDIK SULISTYANTO
Former Education and Culture Counsellor Embassy of Indonesia

Presentation in 9th ASEAN-Canada Dialogue


Bangkok 2013
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Lao PDR Pop : 6,1 mil GDP : US$ 3,727 GDP Per Capita: US$ 623

--Ten Nation, One Community-ASEAN in Figures


Myanmar Pop : 57 mil GDP : US$ 5,922 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 106 Viet Nam Pop : 84 mil GDP : US$ 52,809 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 635

Thailand Pop : 65 mil GDP : US$ 176,559 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 2,726

Philippines Pop : 85 mil GDP : US$ 97,685 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 1,160

Brunei Darussalam Pop : 380,000 GDP : US$ 6,248 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 16,882

Cambodia Pop : 13,8 mil GDP : US$ 5,523 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 404

Malaysia Pop : 26 mil GDP : US$ 130, 654 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 5,001
Source: ASEAN Statistical Yearbook 2006

Singapore Pop : 4,4 mil GDP : US$ 116,711 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 26,821

Indonesia Pop : 222 mil GDP : US$ 280,265 mil GDP Per Capita: US$ 1,275

ASEAN Community 2015


The ASEAN Community based on 3 pillars: 1.The ASEAN Security Community (ASC) is to maintain and strengthen peace, security and stability and enhance ASEANs capacity for selfmanagement of regional security. 2.ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) has mission to develop a single market and production base that is stable, prosperous, competitive & integrated with effective facilitation for trade and investment, skilled labors, and freer flow of capital.

ASEAN COMMUNITY 2015


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ASEAN Community of Security ASEAN Community of Economy ASEAN Community of Social Culture

3. ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community is for Southeast Asia bonded together in partnership as a community of caring and sharing societies, managing the social impact of economic integration, enhancing environmental sustainability, strengthening the foundations of regional social cohesion towards an ASEAN Community.

ASEAN Ministers Priorities:


Promoting ASEAN Awareness among ASEAN

citizens Strengthening ASEAN identity through education Building ASEAN human resources in the field of education Strengthening university networking among ASEAN countries
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Education underpins ASEAN community building


Education helps forge a shared identity in the region, Education lies at the core of development process, Education creates a knowledge-based society, Education enhances ASEAN competitiveness, Education is a vehicle to raise ASEAN awareness,
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Education inspires the we feeling Education creates a sense of belonging to ASEAN Community Education contributes to understanding of the richness of ASEANs history, languages, culture and common values

HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN INDONESIA


ACADEMY

1034

COLLEGE 1306

POLYTECHNIC

162

INSTITUTE

54

UNIVERSITY

460

3016 HEIs 15364 study program


600 800 1000 1200 1400

200

400

Source: EPSBED

Students body at all level (only under MoNE)

Privat e
Open University Public Univ

Female

Source: EPSBED April 2009

Male

3.633.075 student body

LECTURER PROFILE
120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 1 0 2 106248

Female: 36%

64272

Male

2 Female

Government Staff
Non Government Staff Male: 64%

Opportunities People to People Contact On ASEAN Education

Education Quality Profesionalisme Networking Learning Process Quality High Quality of Human Resources, with Student Mobility and Credit Transfer for ASEAN Student (UMAP, MIT Program)
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International collaboration
International Collaboration
85

% document with more than 1 country


80 75 70 65 60

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

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Sumber data : scimagojr; diolah: nizam, 2010

Higher Education Policy


Aim of Higher Education policy to expand access
and achieve high-quality education and promote employability and mobility, With rising unemployment, the need and demand for higher education will increase as displaced workers seek new skills.

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PLANNING OF DEVELOPMENT PEOPLE TO PEOPLE CONTACT ON ASEAN HIGH EDUCATION SYSTEM


INCREASING MOBILITY OF EXCHANGE STUDENT, DOUBLE DEGREE, JOINT RESEARCH, EXCHANGE LECTURE BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES IN INDONESIAN,ASEAN AND OTHERS COUNTRIES INCREASING UNIVERSITIES PARTNERSHIP INCREASING HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME BETWEEN INDONESIAN UNIVERSITIES WITH ASEAN AND OTHERS COUNTRIES
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Student Mobility
Student Mobility as part of the internationalization program of the higher education institution Providing the international experience to increase the opportunity of global employment As an initiative to have an international accreditation process among ASEAN countries such as Bologna Process

M-I-T STUDENT MOBILITY PROGRAM

6% 6%

6%

3% 2% 1%

15% 15%

9% 12% 12% 13%

Joint research projects Work/study abroad Institutional cooperation agreements Internationalization of the curriculum Faculty/staff exchange or mobility programs International students and scholars International development assistance activities Cross-cultural training and awareness programs Foreign language study Internationalizing extracurricular activities and institutional services Theme Research Centres Area Studies
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Equity & Access


Equity (equal opportunity) refers not only to the openness of Higher Education in terms of access but also in terms of success Access is more than getting through the door Higher access rates are not meaningful if they are combined with high dropout rates Challenge of offering education to everyone maintaining quality standards & relevance
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Evaluation of Double Degree Program Indonesia-Thailand Year 2008-2012


1. 2. 3. Mostly agree Double Degree program on Post Graduate, Several disagree Double Degree program on Bachelor, First Step to mapping Syllabi and Curriculum for each study program of Double Degree program, 4. Duration of Double Degree: - Bachelor Level: 3 years + 1 year - Magister Level : 1 year + 1 year - Doktor Level : 2 years + 1 year
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Benefit of Double Degree Program


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Student have 2 Certificate from 2 Universities, Rank from University increase, Increase of International Publication of Lecture, Increase of Joint Research, Increase of Quality of University, Increase amount of International Student, Indonesia already have been Double Degree program with Thailand, UK, France, Holland, Germany, ASEAN, China
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Quality Assurance
QA in higher education has risen to the top of

the policy agenda.


An increasing emphasis is being put on outcomes of higher education. OECDs assessment of learning outcomes focused on interaction between student & faculty, career expectation, completion & success in finding a job.
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Overseas Indonesian Student sponsoring by Planning and International Collaboration Beaureu Sponsorship: Beasiswa Unggulan, BPKLN, MoNE (2009/2012)
Thailand Japan Malaysia Australia USA Germany Netherland England France Egypt 98 17 19 11 13 22 30 18 19 3

Total

225

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OVERSEAS STUDENT STUDY IN INDONESIAN UNIVERSITIES

(YEAR 2007 2008)


No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Country
Malaysia East Timor Leste China Korea Japan Germany Australia Thailand Turky Vietnam Others (80 Negara) SUB TOTAL TOTAL

2007 State 2,502 51 23 29 63 71 37 2 43 14 87 2,922 5,310 Private 320 1,629 154 10 15 86 12 27 29 8 98 2,388 State 2,026 160 13 97 91 63 48 4 1 11 168 2,682

2008 Private 201 2,097 107 72 21 8 2 19 24 16 139 2,706 5,388

Indonesian Higher Education Scholarship Scheme 2012/2013


1. Scholarship for Overseas Master and PhD Program 2. Academic Recharging Program for universities faculties (2-4 month staying in overseas) 3. Collaboration Program :JICA (Japan) dan THICA (Thailand) for Indonesian Community, 4. Scholarship Student Mobility and Credit Transfer between Indonesia-Thailand-Malaysia starting March 2010 . Field: Agriculture, Culture and Language, International Business, Food Science and technology, Tourism and Hospitality.
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Indonesian Higher Education Scholarship Scheme 2012/2013


1. Research Collaboration (France, Australia, open to other countries) 2. Beasiswa Unggulan (Excellent Scholarship) 3. Dharma Siswa Scholarship (for foreign student, 1-2 semester in Indonesian HEIs) 4. Double Degree for BSc. , Master, PhD

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Dharmasiswa Scholarship from Thailand Study in Indonesia 2002-2011

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Internationalization Program
1.

2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7.

Bilingual Class in several Study Program in University, International program for several Study Program, Student Mobility and Credit Transfer for Bachelor degree in ASEAN, Double Degree program for Bachelor, and Post Graduate Level in ASEAN, International Scholarship for study in Indonesia, Increase International Networking, University partnership with International University,
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Creating ASEAN High Education Area


Higher education has a vital contribution to make in realizing an ASEAN of knowledge society that is highly creative and innovative
It is important to harmonize ASEAN education system to facilitate free flow of skilled labor by strengthening quality education through excellence teaching & innovative research
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ASEAN higher education area making academic degree standards and quality asurance atandards more comparable & compatible to recognize degrees for student mobility.

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Double Degree Student in Thailand


UNIVERSITY YEAR 2007/2008 13 2 15 6 2010/2011 13 2 15 6 2011/2012 2 13 41

Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai


Chiang Mai University Burapha University King Mongkuts University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) Prince Songkhla University,Hatyai Rajamanggala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT) Total

11 15

11 15

32 21

62

95

109

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DGHE Scholarship Year 2008/2009-2010/2012


No
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Country
Amerika Serikat Australia Belanda Inggris Jepang Jerman Malaysia

2008/2009
6 133 37 61 46 34 100

2009/2010
12 138 55 52 95 31 140

2010/2012

8
9

Perancis
Pilipina

7
1

14
7

10
11

Saudi Arabia
Thailand

0
10

1
20 75

Total

435

565
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World Class University Ranking


Worldwide rankings based on teaching & research performance, citations and student quality (alumni & staff winning Nobel prizes) The rankings of academic institutions favor universities that use English as the main language of instruction and research. The wealth of nations and universities plays an important role in supporting top-quality research universities
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Concentration of talent & abundant resources All indicators are research indicators: publications and citations. Only one indicator is relevant to social sciences and humanities. Four indicators are biased toward science & technology. Only English language journals are used for publications and citations.
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Research & Innovation


Invention is the production of knowledge, and innovation is the adoption by society of its value as measured by the demand for a new goods and products. The innovative entrepreneur is the intermediary who turns inventions into marketable innovations.

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Research linked to ASEAN Needs


Sustainability Climate changes Millennium Development Goals that could have impact in the future. Focused on the local application of ASEAN knowledge & the development of local science & technology capacities.

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4 Priority Field for Bilateral Technical Indonesia-Thailand Cooperation :


Health

4
Energy

Priority field
Education

Agriculture

To develop human security, food security and energy security from both countries

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Sustainability
A new wave of lower cost, green innovation Harnessing the inventive talent in every university Open innovation: new ways to achieve rapid development of green technology A roadmap for sustainable success

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How to encourage green innovation inside your organization How to develop green technology faster How to adapt rapidly to stay ahead, strengthening your brand & image How to be successful green entrepreneur How to create a new green business, and bring green products to market

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People to people contact on Education and Culture in between Indonesia-Thailand


Superior Scholarship: 98 student, Dharmasiswa Programe: 87 Thai citizen and KNB: 20 Thai citizen, University Partnership/ Sister University , Exchange Program (Student, Lecture, Researcher, Professor), University Leadership/ University Management, U to U Cooperation (Double Degree/Twinning Program), University Partnership on Culture, School Partnership Program, Malaysia-Indonesia-Thailand Program (MIT-Program 2010),
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Student Mobility and Credit Transfer for ASEAN, Joint Research, Joint Publication on International Journal, Development of Bahasa Indonesia (BIPA), Indonesia Study Center in Mae Fah Luang Univ., Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai Univ., Srinakharinwirot Univ., and Burapha University, Exchange of Expert on Culture, Agriculture and Science, Development of Center of Excellent, Increase soft power diplomacy on Education and Culture, 100 year Anniversary Angklung from Indonesia in Thailand in 42 year 2008,

People to people contact between Universities 1st 6th Conferences of President and Rector Indonesia-Thailand
1st Conference in Bangkok, 2005 2nd Conference in Unesa, Surabaya, 2006 3rd Conference in Mae Fah Luang Univ., Chiang Rai, 2007 4th Conference in Hasanuddin Univ., Makassar, 2008 5th Conference in Chiang Mai Univ., 7 - 9 July 2010 (150 participants from Indonesia, 100 participants from Thailand), 6th Conference in Palembang, Sriwijaya Univ., 20-23 October 2011, (President, Vice President, Dean, Head Depart., and Student)
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Double Degree Program 2008-2012


Double Degree Program Indonesia- Thailand
Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Burapha University, Ban Saen, Rajamanggala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT), Kings Monguts University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Asian Insititute of Technology (AIT), Pathumthani, Prince Songkhla University (PSU), Hat Yai, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok Mahidol University, Bangkok Kasetsart University, Bangkok Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen Assumption University (ABAC),Bangkok Naresuan University, Phitsanulok,
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Our Challenges
The consequence of ASEAN Community is to create a more comparable, compatible and coherent system of higher education. Six strategic policies: 1.ASEAN Higher Education Area: Harmonization of ASEAN higher education so that academic degree and QA more comparable and compatible 2. ASEAN Recognition Convention: Recognize degree and period of studies

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3. UCTS or ACTS: a standard for comparing performance of students whose credits are awarded with a grading system for transfer 4. Migration management of growing regional labor market 5. Human-capital pooling: productivity enhancement and recognition of skills 6. ASEAN productivity and standard center for competency development
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We are looking forward to having better collaboration in the future

Khob Khun Krab


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sulis2303@yahoo.com www.atdikbangkok.com HP: 0819187255
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