Tim Bulow (fourth from left) poses a question to the audience on international student experiences.
Commenting on the panel discussion, Bulow said, “Coming together as an industry to address these challenges is a significant step forward in building this shared vision of becoming a regional education hub. Malaysia’s quality of education and life coupled with its stability and affordability has already provided a solid foundation for growth. Our next steps is to assess where improvements are needed and collectively build toward positive graduate outcomes.”
Panellists from left to right – Craig Arden Sherrin, President of Taylor’s College; Susan Milner, Director of Education, South East Asia, British Council Malaysia; Guy Perring, Director of Client Services Asia, i-graduate International Insight; Professor Khong Kim Hoong, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), HELP University; Professor Stephen Doughty, President & CEO, Penang Medical College; Tengku Azian Shariman, Executive Vice President, PEMANDU Associates; and Associate Professor Elajsolan Mohan, President of the National Association of Private Educational Institutions.