How can universities engage internationally most successfully?

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Myron Yovannidis

myron.yovannidis@unimelb.edu.au

International Engagement Series

View the catch-up webinar below:

Border closures, travel ban and visa restrictions have all compromised the effectiveness and richness of global engagement. Unfortunate incidents of racism facing Asian students in Australia have created doubts in our country's neighbours as to whether Australian universities are capable of and committed to building trusting and reciprocal Australia-Asia relationships.

This second webinar from the International Engagement  in Higher Education Series focuses on how Australian and Asian universities and staff engage with each other, and was moderated by Dr Siew Fang Law from the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education.

Panellists:

Professor Dr Kamila Ghazali, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and International), University of Malaya, Malaysia.
Professor Vedi Hadiz, Director, Asia Institute, and Assistant Deputy Vice-Chancellor International (Indonesia), University of Melbourne
Professor William Locke, Director, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education

The International Engagement in Higher Education Series is a partnership between the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education and the Asia Institute.