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HIGHER Education in Thailand

Mrs.Varaporn

Seehanath, Ph.D.Deputy Secretary-Generalfor Higher Education Commission, Thailand

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Presentation Outline

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Thai Education System

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Higher Education Providers

Major provider: Ministry of Education Office of the Higher Education Commission, Office of Vocational Education Commission e Other providers: i Ministry of Public Health - Praborommarajchanok Institute for Health Workforce Development, - Boromarajonani College of Nursing i Ministry of Defense - Phramongkutklao College of Medicine - Royal Thai Naval Academy, Royal Thai Air Force Academy, Chulachomklao Royal Minitary Academy - Royal Thai Navy Nursing College, Royal Thai Air force Nursing College, Royal Thai Army Nursing College

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Higher Education Providers

e Other providers: i Ministry of Culture - Bunditpatanasilpa Institute, College of Fine Arts i Ministry of Agriculture - Irrigation College i Ministry of Transport - The Civil Aviation Training Centre i Ministry of Tourism and Sports - Institute of Physical Education i Under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration - Navamindradhiraj University i Organizations under the Prime Minister’s Office - Royal Police Cadet Academy

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General Administration of MOE

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Higher Education System

Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC)

Public universities (80)

Private HEIs (71)

Autonomous universities

(15)

Universities

(65)

Community colleges

(20)

Universities

(40)

Colleges

(22)

Institutions

(9)

Ministry of Education

Higher Education Commission

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OHEC’s Functions and Responsibilities

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Policy Body Governing Higher Education

Higher Education Commission

Functions & Responsibilities• Propose higher education policies, development plans and standards in line with national economic and social development plan and national education planSupport allocation of resources and monitoring and evaluation of higher education provision

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Higher Education Commission

Functions & Responsibilities (cont.)

Provide recommendations on the issuance of HE regulations, criteria and announcements Provide comments and recommendations to Minister of Education or Council of Ministers Provide comments and recommendations to Council of Ministers on allocation of block grant for public universities and autonomous universities

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Higher Education

Commission

MembersPrivate sectorLocal administrationProfessional associationsExpertsNumber of experts must be no less than those from other sectors.OHEC Secretary-General serves as Secretary to the Commission.

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University Governance

University Council

University Audit

Committee

President

Vice

Presidents

Assistant

President

Dean of Faculty

Dean of College

Director Center

Academic

Committee

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University Structure

University Council

University

Council’s Responsibilities

ResponsibilitiesPublic UniversitiesPublic Autonomous UniversitiesPrivate HEIsPolicy formulationQuality & standards supervisionRegulations set upAuthorized for personnel admin. to the extent approved by Higher Education Commission Fully authorized for personnel & financial admin. & investment.Fully authorized for personnel & financial admin. & investment.Monitoring & evaluation

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University MissionsTeachingResearchRendering academic servicesPreserving and promoting art & culture

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University Governance

Type of

Universities

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Relationship: University Autonomy VS Government Regulations & OHEC Role

Type of UniversitiesAutonomy/RegulationsOHEC RoleAcademicadmin.Personnel admin.Financial admin.PolicyHE standardsFinancial supportMonitoring & evaluationAutonomous UniversitiesAutonomyAutonomyAutonomyPublic UniversitiesAutonomyPartialautonomyGov. regulatedPrivate HEIsAutonomyAutonomyAutonomy

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Grouping of Universities

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4 Groups of Universities

Research/graduate universityFocus on producing graduates at graduate study level esp. doctoral level including post-doctoral researchSpecialized/comprehensive universityFocus on producing specialized graduates in specific fields of study and vocational training

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4 Groups of Universities

Liberal Arts universityFocus on producing graduates at bachelor’s degree levelProvide graduate studies esp. at master’s degree levelCommunity collegeFocus on producing graduates below bachelor’s degree levelProduce manpower to serve the needs of communities

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The Relationship between Policy

Formulating Bodies and Higher Education

Policy Statement of the Council of Ministers delivered to the National Assembly

National Administrative Plan

Ministerial Operational Plan (4- year plan)

Ministerial Yearly Operational Plan

Request for Fiscal Budget Expenditure for each institution

Fiscal Budget

Contract of Ministry / Department

H E Development Plan

5-year Plan

15-year Long Range

Plan

Other specific plans

National Plans

National Economic

and Social Dev. Plan

National Education Plan Plan of other relevant agencies

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Quality Aspect

University Council’s functions are to set university policy and directions and approve the delivery of programs of study in line with relevant HE standards criteria set by OHEC, i.e. HE standards criteria, TQF, and supervision through QA mechanism at the levels of study programs, faculty and institution.

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Quality Aspect

National Qualifications Framework for Education (NQF)Launched in 2013 by Office the Education Council9 levels of competencies; 1. Lower secondary education 2. Upper secondary education 3. Certificate in vocational education 4. Diploma in vocational education 5. Bachelor’s degree 6. Graduate diploma 7. Master’s degree 8. Higher graduate diploma 9. Doctorate

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Quality Aspect

Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (TQF)Launched in 20096 levels of Qualifications: Advanced Diploma, Bachelor, Graduate Diploma, Master, Higher Graduate Diploma, Doctorate

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Thai Qualifications Framework for HE

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Quality Aspect

Universities encouraged to apply TQF to their programs of study - IQA at the level of programs of studyTQF and QA as main mechanisms to promote student mobility nationally and internationally and mutual recognition of qualifications

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Quality Aspect

Internal and External QA SystemsNational Education Act of 1999 stipulated Internal and External QA AssessmentInternal QA conducted by universities and OHECExternal QA conducted by Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA) every five yearsIQA and TQF promotes increased student mobility, credit transfer, and mutual recognition of qualifications

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Relationship between IQA and EQA

Institutional Operation

Institution’s Assessment

Self Assessment Report

Site Visits

Evaluation Report

Monitoring

Audit by Parent Organization once every 3 years

Feedback

Feedback

External Quality Assurance

Internal Quality Assurance

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Quality Aspect

Ministerial Regulation regarding Systems, Regulations, and Methods for IQA of 2010 encompasses both IQA and EQA at all levels of education.IQA System expanded to include quality assessment, inspection, and developmentParent organizations to monitor and inspect educational quality at least once every 3 years, starting in 2013

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Quality Policy

Development QA system and mechanisms

Encourage HEIs to develop IQA

Provide mechanisms for quality audit & assessment

Credit transfer and degree recognition nationally and globally

National Qualifications Framework

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Thank You

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