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February 20, 2024

The Association of the Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP), in cooperation with Masters’ Institute Development Academy and Seminary (MIDAS), Thailand and Central Book of the Philippines and The Association of Southeast and East Asian Catholic Colleges and Universities (ASEACCU), will organize the 3rd  Faculty Development Program on the theme  “Internationalization in Higher Education” on April 21-24, 2024 in Bangkok and Pattaya, Thailand.  This Faculty Development Program provides Higher Education Institution staff with insights and skills required to become effective managers and relevant agents in the internationalization process of their Higher Education Institution.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND THE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME?

Engage with Experts – the programme will have top professionals and leaders sharing their views and experiences in internationalization on Higher Education.

Discover the latest trends – with Sessions covering everything from Virtual campus, a global network of collaborative universities, Belt-Road-Initiatives and New Development of Higher Education Internationalization in China, Institutional Self-Evaluation Tool for Internationalization Accreditation, University Rankings, Students Affairs Projects Experiences, Role of Alumni and Students in the Internationalization Process, and International Mobility and Environmental Sustainability.

Network with peers – This will be an excellent opportunity to connect with other professionals in the field and build relationships for future partnerships.

Get Inspired – our main goal is for participants to become effective managers and relevant agents in the internationalization process of their Higher Education Institutions.

REGISTRATION FEES:

Includes hotel, meals, pick up-send off to the airport, T-shirt, gifts and entrance fees

AUAP & ASEACUU Members USD$950
Non Members USD$1,000

Important Note:  Extra charges USD$60 applied for a single room per night.

Registration Link: FDP – https://forms.gle/GJPLieKFdgANXdrR7

Deadline registration: March 31.

For more information, please contact the AUAP Secretariat through email fdpauap@g.sut.ac.th

Become AUAP Members: https://auap.org/apply-for-membership


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January 24, 2024
Soegijapranata Catholic University (SCU)  invites participants from the members of the ASEACCU to take part in the Conference titled “5th International Conference on Sustainable Global Agriculture & Food (ICSAF) 2024: “Future Foods: Innovation and Sustainability”, which will be held from March 7 – 9th, 2024, in Soegijapranata Catholic University.  In collaboration with Saigon Technology University (Vietnam), Assumption University (Thailand), and Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan), SCU’s Faculty of Agricultural Technology has organized this year’s conference, which aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and technology among lecturers, scientist, practitioners and students, serving as a platform for researchers, experts, and food science enthusiasts to come together and exchange knowledge, ideas, and insights.
 

Call for Papers and Poster Submission

(extended submission until March 1, 2024)  Scope of The Conference and Papers include:
  • Culture Meat, Plant Based Foods, Genetically Modified Foods
  • Low Carbon and Regenerative Foods
  • Functional Food, Agri-Food Microbiology and Biotechnology, Nanotechnology
  • Food Alternative, Food Recycling, Food Processing and Engineering
  • Food Packaging and Development
  • Sustainable Food System
Please visit the ICSAF page or email io@unika.ac.id for more information.  We are looking forward to your participation in the 5th International Conference on Sustainable Global Agriculture & Food.

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December 15, 2023
Australian Catholic University (ACU) celebrated a new partnership with Saint Paul Institute, the only Catholic educational institution that offers higher education programmes in Cambodia.
[Director of Saint Paul Institute Mr Phon Sophal and Vice-Chancellor and President of Australian Catholic University, Professor Zlatko Skrbis]
The ACU partnership with Saint Paul Institute will create opportunities for the two member institutions of the Association of the Southeast and East Asian Catholic Colleges and Universities (ASEACCU), to collaborate in academic and research activities, and to promote research, staff and student mobility programs. Upholding the Catholic intellectual belief in human dignity and the pursuit of knowledge, both ACU and Saint Paul Institute are committed to inspiring hope, nurturing growth and empowering students to become responsible global citizens. Vice-Chancellor and President of ACU Professor Zlatko Skrbis said, “It is exciting to form a new partnership in Cambodia with an ASEACCU member.” “Through this collaboration with Saint Paul Institute, we are enriching academic and holistic development opportunities for our students, and promoting cross-cultural exchange, research collaboration, and the development of impactful bilateral initiatives between Australia and Cambodia.” ACU Pro Vice-Chancellor, Global and Education Pathways, Mr Chris Riley highlighted the importance of this regional collaboration, saying that “the signing of the new partnership agreement, coupled with the recent hosting of the ASEACCU Executive Board at our North Sydney campus, represents a noteworthy advancement in preparation for the 30th ASEACCU Annual Conference that we are hosting next year in North Sydney.” “By contributing to potential cultural exchange, and community development initiatives, we are reinforcing our commitment to making a positive impact beyond the classroom. We look forward to seeing what the future holds for us in bilateral and regional education collaborations.” Director of Saint Paul Institute, Mr Phon Sophal said, “We are truly proud to partner with ACU to foster a rich and inclusive educational experience for all students. The cross-cultural experience will enable students to immerse themselves in a new academic and cultural environment, broaden their perspectives and enhance their global competencies.” Professor Skrbis and Mr Sophal signed the memorandum of understanding in December at the ACU North Sydney campus to celebrate the newly established Australian-Cambodian partnership. Source: ACU News