Education Park

“To become more competitive in the international higher education market,

Several countries are establishing themselves as education hubs.”

From Singapore to Seoul, Malaysia to Dubai, and elsewhere, higher education hubs are emerging across the globe. Over 250 cities in the world are said to have declared their aspirations to become an education hub. Driven to become more international in their policies and practices, many countries are seizing on higher education as a way to do it, and are moving aggressively, and successfully, to make it work. Even most advanced countries, which have long led the way with higher education internationalism, are looking to learn new strategies and tactics from a model that views higher education as a product that can be marketed like any other to provide a focus of national development harnessing the international mobility of students and globalized credentials.

We assist various governments and private investors in developing regional educational hubs that would promote higher education across the country and internationally.

  • Assist the government to build a knowledge-based economy in order to reduce dependency on other economies.
  • The purpose of setting up International Education Park usually is to accommodate the needs of economic and social development across the entire region.
  • Develop the entire region as most desirable for Education, development and career.
  • To speed up the development of higher education and vocational education of the region, and develop better vocational education resources.
  • Create public-private partnerships that provide joint research, technology transfer, student internships, faculty and graduate student consulting and job opportunities.
  • Enhance the growth opportunities of tenant companies through the creation of a research environment that will foster the creative talent and interaction of ideas to lead the world in next generation, rapid response advanced manufacturing and mass customization.
  • Achieve world- class standards in all aspects of the development and operation of the Education Park by establishing an efficient, management structure and operational platform.
  • A unique cluster environment where businesses across the industry value chain share a work campus dedicated to their industry, and can interact and collaborate effectively
  • Reverse the higher education overseas exodus.
  • Improve living conditions of people, promote urbanization, strengthen the entire regions competitive power and enhance the region and the entire country’s image. Step up Promotion and Branding of the region and the entire country.
  • Widening the net of non-local students
  • Enriching the experience of non-local students
  • Apart from admission of non-local students and student exchange, internationalisation entails other aspects such as building academic partnerships with overseas institutions, establishing research collaborations worldwide and having non-local institutions established their presence in country.
  • Develop and have world-class institutions
  • Develop and have internationally - recognized curriculum, expertise and quality assurance mechanism.
  • One-stop–shop services that provide business partners with a variety of government services.
  • Quick access to Knowledge Workers

Internationalization of education services is undeniably a world trend. There is however no single recipe for success which will work for all places. Each economy should consider its own unique characteristics and develop its own positioning and strategies. Over the years, different economies have introduced various measures to achieve their objectives.