higher education in thailand - Office of Science and Technology

Report
Higher Education Overview
Higher Education Policy
Quality Policy &
Research Promotion
Ministry of Education
Office of
the
Permanent
Secretary
Office of the
National
Education
Council
Office of the
Basic
Education
Commission
Schools
Office of the
Vocational
Education
Commission
Vocational
Colleges
Office of the
Higher
Education
Commission
Private/Public
HEIS &
Community
Colleges
Ministry of Education
Autonomous
Universities
Office of the Higher Education Commission
Higher
Education
Commission
Secretary General
Public Higher Education Institutions
Private Higher Education Institutions
Public Organizations
Internal Auditor
Public Sector Development Group
Bureau of General Administration
Bureau of International Cooperation Strategy
Bureau of Community College Administration
Bureau of Student Development
Bureau of Policy and Planning
Bureau of Standards and Evaluation
Bureau of Cooperation and Promotion
Bureau of Personnel Admin. & Development
Office of the Higher Education Commission has the authority
to manage and to promote higher education on the basis of
academic freedom and excellence .
Mandates:
1. Formulate policy recommendations, higher education
standards, higher education development plans and handle
international cooperation in higher education;
2. Devise criteria and guidelines for resources allocation;
3. Coordinate and promote human resources development
and student capabilities, including handicapped,
disadvantaged, and talented students in higher education
institutions;
4. Coordinate and promote research activities to support the
national development;
5. Provide recommendation on the establishment, dissolution,
amalgamation, upgrading and closing down of higher
education institutions and community colleges;
6. Monitor, inspect, and evaluate outcomes of higher
education management as assigned by the Higher
Education Commission, and compile data and information
on higher education;
7. Serve as the secretariat to the Higher Education
Commission;
8. Perform other functions as prescribed by the Minister of
Education.
Office of the Higher
Education Commission
Public Universities (80)
Private HEIs (71)
Community Colleges
(21)
Autonomous
Universities
(15)
Universities
(65)
Universities
(41)
Institutions
(9)
Colleges
(22)
•
Inter
University
Network
(UniNet)
• IT network for
education &
research
• ThaiLIS
• Link with
Internet2, TIEN3
• Expand to
National Education
Network (NEDNET)
Thailand Cyber
University
• Develop online
courses & deliver
through UniNet
• Provide virtual
library
Chulabhorn
Research
Institute
• Conduct research in
- Chemistry
- Biomedical
- Environmental
Toxicology
- Biotechnological
• Operate a hospital
10 Centres of
Excellence
• Innovation in Chemistry
• Environmental Health,
Toxicology and Management
of Chemicals
• Environment and Hazardous
Waste Management
• Petroleum, Petrochemicals &
Advanced Materials
• Energy Technology and
Environment
• Agricultural Biotechnology
• Mathematics
• Physics
• Biodiversity
• Postharvest Technology
Innovation
Policy Statement of the Council of
Ministers delivered to the National
Assembly
National Plans
•
•
National
Economic and
Social
Development
Plan
National
Education
Plan
National Administrative Plan
H E Development Plan
•
15-Year Long Range
Plan
•
Ministerial Operational Plan
(4- year plan)
5-Year Plan
Ministerial Yearly Operational Plan
Request for fiscal budget
expenditure for each agency
Contract of
Ministry/
Department
Fiscal Budget
Quality of
Research
Quality of
Teaching
Contributions to Social and
Economic Development
Internationalisation
Employability
of Graduates
Quality of Higher Education
Source: Dr. Sumate Yamnoon, former Secretary-General for Higher Education Commission
- Dialogue on “Quality of Higher Education in Thailand”
• Investing in raising quality of entire education system
• Providing no fewer than 12 years of free basic education
• Upgrading teacher training and development
• Using ICT to enhance learning efficiency
• Developing quality and standards of HEIs
The 11th National Economic and Social
Development Plan
• Articulating higher education system with basic and
vocational education
• Solving existing problems in higher education
• Enhancing HE and country’s competitiveness
• Investing in staff development
• Financing , governance, and management
• Networking universities
The 2nd 15-Year Long Range Plan for
Higher Education
• Improve the quality of education by undertaking reform
of Thailand’s knowledge system
• Create and ensure equal educational opportunities for all
groups of the population
• Teacher reform - Upgrade the teaching profession to be a
truly high-skilled occupation
• Design university and vocational education to meet with
the need of the labor market
• Ensure that the use of information technology for
education meets international standards
• Promote research and development to enhance national
intellectual capital
• Prepare for liberalization due to the formation of ASEAN
Community
• Accelerate quality development of education and
learners
• Increase access to education
• Reinstate peace in the Three Southern Border
Provinces
• Alleviate drug-related problems
• Develop tablet content for the One Tablet per Child
Project
• Focus on research and development
• Promote the New Business Fund Project
• Push forward the People’s constitution
• Accelerate the disbursement of government budget
• Develop administration and management systems
• Work closely with other ministries and agencies to
move forward government policies
Government Policy
Ministry of Education’s Policy
THAILAND
IN THE YEAR 2016
11th National Economic and Social Development Plan
Second Decade of
National Education
Reform (2009-2018)
National Science Technology and
Innovation Master Plan
(2012-2021)
11th Higher Education Development Plan (2012-2016)
E (Education)
G (Graduate)
Freedom of
Learners’ Choice
E
L
O
N
G
Generate Quality
Trust
F
Satang Utilization
National
Sustainable
Development
I
Graduates with Quality
and Social Responsibility
S (Satang)
Outcome of
Creative Research
L
Information
Based
Educator Professional
Leader of Change
Management for
Quality Education
Leader of Change Management
for Quality Education (All for
Quality Education and Quality
Education for all)
Government Policy in
Education and Technology
Development
Learner Quality
Improvement
L (Leader)
8th National
Research Strategy
(2009-2016)
Educator
Professional
National Education
Plan: Revised
(2009-2016)
Public and Private HEIs
Thai Education Policy’s Equation
11th National
Economic and
Social
Development
Plan
2nd 15-Yr.
Long Range
Plan for Higher
Education
Government
Policy
Ministry of
Education’
s Policy
11th
Higher
Education
Developm
ent Plan
• Reform of Education System
• Articulation of all levels of education
• Governance and financing
• Teacher and education personnel development
• Enhancement of education quality
• Accessibility to education and life - long learning
• Employability of graduates, role of real sector & enhancement
of national competitiveness
Addressing
Special Issues
5 -year H E
Development
Plan
•
•
•
•
•
•
Preparation for ASEAN Community
Education Hub
Entrepreneurship Fund
Professional Teachers Project
Income Contingent Loan
Academics Services with Social Impact
2nd Long Range
Plan for H E
(2008 – 2022)
4 groups of HEIs
• Research University/ Postgraduate
University
• Science and Technology University/
Specialized University/ Comprehensive
University
• Four-Year University/ Liberal Arts
University
• Community College
Quality
• 11 Centres of Excellence and 9 National Research Universities
• Grouping of Higher Education Institutions
University Staff Development
• Strategic Fellowship for Frontier Research Networks
• Student and Staff Mobility
Articulation of all levels of education
• Professional Teachers Project
Accessibility to Education
• Student Loan Fund
• Income Contingent Loan
• Thailand Cyber University
Information
Technology
• 15-Year Free
Education Project
• Infrastructure: Expansion of UniNet to NEDNET
• Content: Thailand Cyber University
University - Industry Linkage
• University Business Incubator (UBI)
• Technology Licensing Office (TLO)
• Commercialization of research: technology transfer and body of knowledge
development
Role of Higher Education in the Regional Grouping
•
Support the role of the ASEAN University Network (AUN)
•
Support the role of the SEAMEO Regional Centre for
Higher Education and Development (SEAMEO RIHED)
•
Support the University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific
(UMAP)
•
Development towards the Integration of ASEAN
Community in 2015
•
Learning experience from the Bologna Process of the
EU
Develop QA
system and
mechanisms
Encourage HEIs
to develop
internal QA
Provide
mechanisms
for quality
audit &
assessment
National
Qualifications
Framework
Credit
transfer &
qualifications
recognition
nationally &
internationally
Knowledge
Ethics and
moral
5 domains of
learning
outcomes
Cognitive skills
Numerical
analysis &
communication
& IT skills
Interpersonal
skills &
responsibility
1.
2.
3.
4.
Computer
Nursing
Logistics
Hotel and Tourism
management
5. Engineering
6. Accounting
7. Education (5 yrs.)
8. Applied Thai Traditional
Medicine
9. Sciences and Mathematics
10. Thai Language
23 fields of study
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Agro Industry
Nursing (Master)
Veterinary Science
Thai Language
Physical Therapy
(Graduate)
Liberal Arts
Educational
Administration
(Graduate)
Business
Administration
Dentistry
Home Economics
Architecture
Environment
History
14. Public
Administration
15. Economics
16. Agriculture,
Forestry,
Fisheries
17. Communication
Arts and Mass
Communication
18. Medical Science
19. Pharmaceutical
Science
20. Public Health
21. English Language
22. Industrial
Technology
23. Industrial
Education
Strategic Fellowship for Frontier
Research Networks
Technology Licensing Offices
National Research Universities
University Business Incubators
Centres of Excellence
Research and Innovation for
Technology Transfer to the
Rural Communities Project
Chiang Mai
University
King Mongkut’s
University of
Technology
Thonburi
Chulalongkorn
University
Mahidol
University
Kasetsart
University
Prince of
Songkla
University
Khon Kaen
University
Suranaree
University of
Technology
Thammasat
University
Level of
Study
2010
2011
2012
Certificate
62,343
64,183
66,513
Bachelor’s
degree
1,808,062
1,867,081
1,917,013
Master’s
degree
193,259
204,706
213,891
Doctorate
20,143
22,347
24,370
2,083,807
2,158,317
2,221,787
Total
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
100
70
14
9

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