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National Key Economic Area - Education (12-5-2012)


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National Key Economic Area - Education (12-5-2012)

  1. 1. Seminar on NKEA EducationBriefing to Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industryof Kuala Lumpur and Selangor (KLSCCCI)By Tengku Azian ShahrimanDirector - Education12 May 2012
  2. 2. NKEA Overview Incremental GNI (2020) RM billions Oil, Gas & Energy 131 Palm Oil & Rubber 125 Financial Services 121 Wholesale & Retail 108 Tourism 67 Business Services 59 E&E 53 CCI 36 Healthcare 35 Education 34 Agriculture 29 392 Greater KL/KV 11 Other NKEA GNI impact that directly contributes to Greater KL/KV’s GNI 1
  3. 3. WHY EDUCATION AS A NKEAThe sector has seen robust growth over the past decade and has one ofthe highest multipliers in the economy 2000-2009 Historical growth rate Output multipliers of selected activities in Malaysia Health services and products 8.8 Education (Public) 2.34 Business services 7.9 Education (Private) 2.19 Telecommunications 7.8 Financial services 7.1 Building, construction 2.08 Education 6.8 Health – Public 2.06 Tourism 6.3 Wholesale and retail 6.2 Hotels / restaurants 2.05 Palm oil and related products 6.0 Transport 1.91 Agriculture 4.8 Automotive and assembly Health – Private 1.75 4.5 Real estate 4.5 Manufacturing 1.63 Livestock and fisheries 4.5 Insurance 1.60 Utilities 4.3 Transport and storage 3.6 Real estate 1.57 Metal products & equipment 3.4 Electricity and gas 1.52 Construction 1.9 Rubber and plastic products 1.5 Banks 1.50 OGE and petroleum 1.4 Communication 1.49 Forestry and related products 0.1 Wholesale & retail 1.48 Electrical and electronics -0.8 Ø 4.5 Average = 1.80 2SOURCE: Department of Statistics 2
  4. 4. Education is a key enabler for all NKEAs and is critical in shifting Malaysia’shuman capital towards in higher skilled first-world talent base 33
  5. 5. WHY EDUCATION AS A NKEAIn 2011 Malaysia was the 10th largest education exporting country … Number of international students in local World market enrolment1 share2 ‘000 students Percent Rank 596 21 1 US UK 351 13 2 France 247 9 3 Australia 212 8 4 Germany 207 7 5 Japan 126 5 6 China 92 3 7 Canada 80 2 8 Malaysia 60 2 11 Key Success Measures Current 1yr – 2011 2 yr - 2012 5 yr – 2015 10 yr - 2020 Number of Students 80,000 93,000 100,000 150,000 200,0001 2007 data2 Sourced from page 44 of GED 2009 report (% of mobile students 2007 by top 15 host countries) 4 4SOURCE: Global Education Digest 2009 (
  6. 6. ENTRY POINT PROJECTS AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Overview of EPPs and BOs GNI (2020) Jobs Investments Private Investments RM billions ‘000s RM billions % 1 Ramp-up Early Child Care Education 3.9 78 0.483 100% Entry Point Projects 2 ECCE Training Centres 0.18 3.5 0.398 100% 3 Ramp-up of International Schools 2.6 10 2.4 100% 4 Private Teacher’s Training Institutes (TTI) 0.4 0.43 0.45 90% 5 Ramp-up of private skills training 2.1 12.4 8.1 42% 6 International expansion of distance learning 0.4 3.92 0.0704 100% 7 Islamic Finance & Business Discipline Cluster 1.2 4.3 0.144 95% 8 Health Sciences Education Cluster 2.9 11.8 1.2 15% 9 Advanced Eng, Science & Innovation Cluster 0.6 4.3 0.372 64% 10 Hospitality & Tourism Education Cluster 0.6 33 0.33 100% 11 Educity@Iskandar 1.0 1.1 1.2 100% 12 International Marketing 2.8 153 1.2 74% 13 Public Private Partnership Education (PPP) 0.2 1 0.4 70 – 90% 14 Premium Health Education Cluster 0.89 2.143 0.904 100% 15 Game Development Cluster 0.006 0.105 0.0018 100% 16 Asian Women’s Leadership University 0.074 0.19 0.5 100% 17 Heriot-Watt University Branch Campus 0.0659 0.365 0.041 100% 19.91 319.55 18.19 ~86% 5
  7. 7. The private education sector (PES) aspires to grow by 6X to reach 2020 GNI target of RM61.0 Billion of economic contribution To reach our GNI target, the private sector needs to grow six-fold* … RM Billion 61.0 0.3 Further indirect 8.2 2.8 benefit due to wage increase from educated workforce 30.2 25.6 27.2 4.6 9.2 30.8 Private sector 22.6 6.4 Public sector 2009 GNI Private sector Public sector Multiplier 2020 GNI growth growth* Assuming modest increase in public spending on education, e.g. in line with inflation expectations 6 6
  9. 9. 4,589 new pre-school classes (public and private) have started since January 2010 87% enrolment 3,089 across 4+ and 5+ cohorts by 2012 2010 405 2011 2,684 1,500 1,150 705 779 625 500 405 325 50 50 KPM JPNIN KEMAS Private Others Total 86,327 additional children have benefited from the new schools in 2010/20118 8
  10. 10. As at October 2011, we have achieved Enrolment Rate of 77.23% Preschool Enrolment Rate (4+ / 5+) As At December 2011 800000 732,902 700000 600000 500000 Private 400000 sector and others 300000 176,474 186,458 206,608 enrolment : 200000 125,414 332,022 100000 37,948 0 MOE KEMAS JPNIN PRIVATE OTHERS TOTAL (MOE) Note: Enrolment rate for 2011 based on birth rate in 2005 and 2006 : 948,894 9 9
  12. 12. WALKTHROUGH OF ALL EPPS ECCE COUNCIL : RAISE PROFESSIONALISM OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (ECCE)  Certification of Pre-Schools – gold, silver, bronze  Provide Guidelines and Standards for Professional development of ECCE Educators  Ensure ECCE Training meet set standards through monitoring  Awareness Campaign  Membership Drive for ECCE Council  Need for Quality Childhood Education and Educators  Enhance Corporate participation in ECCE as CSR eg. Citibank, Bank Negara Malaysia  Review Licencing / Approval Process 11
  13. 13. EARLY CHILD CARE AND EDUCATION EPP2 : ECCE TRAINING CENTRES GNI Jobs Funding RM 398 m Establish •MoU signed on 13th June 2011 to solidify the consortium:. Members are SEGi Education Group (ECCE Hub),Institute of RM 180 m 3,500 Consortium of Early Years Development, Dika College ,Alfa International College,(REAL Education Group), Kirkby International College Case for change: ECCE Training ,Institute CECE, The Children’s House, Persatuan Pengasuh Berdaftar Malaysia ▪ Preschool enrolment to reach 87% by 2012, 92% by 2015 Centres ▪ For private preschools, current minimum requirement for teachers is to complete SPM ▪ Government plans for all public preschool Establish •The main Hub to be established by SEGi in Kota Damansara teachers to be degree-qualified, as amounting to RM 398m investment will be the main integrated In hub but there will also be a network of satellite hubs in mentioned in 10th Malaysia Plan Main HUB strategic locations within Greater KL and in other major towns progress ▪ Currently, 93% of existing teachers (22,500) do not have certificates in ECCE ▪ 30,000 new teachers will be required by 2020 Target: • Upskill pre-school teachers to minimum Awareness •Career Talks & Entrepreneur Training/ Opportunities •Publicity & Educational Campaigns diploma qualification Campaigns •Publicity & Educational Campaigns . Main HUB 12
  14. 14. WALKTHROUGH OF ALL EPPS INTEGRATED ECCE HUB AND SATELLITES Main hub for ECCE in Malaysia Satellite training centers 13
  15. 15. LOCATION OF ECCE HUB AND SATELLITES Central Northern Southern East Coast East MalaysiaSEGi Education Group SEGi College SEGi Education Group To be identified SEGi College(ECCE Hub) Penang Sarawak REAL EducationInstitute of Early Years TAJ International Group Methodist PillayDevelopment College CollegeDika CollegeAlfa InternationalCollege(REAL EducationGroup)Kirkby InternationalCollegeInstitute CECEThe Children’s HousePersatuan PengasuhBerdaftar Malaysia 14 14
  16. 16. ECCE Integrated HubThe best investment in any nation is in young children James J. Heckman, Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences. (2006) 15
  17. 17. Malaysia currently has 71 international schools and 24 licences have been granted (not commenced operation), concentrated in Greater KL/Selangor INTERNATIONAL AND NICHE 2009 number and distribution of international schools •Location of international schools BACKUP Total number of international schools in operation 2011 number and distribution of international schools Kuala Lumpur 13 Perak 1 Selangor 24 Pulau Pinang 6 1 2 Putrajaya 1 Kelantan 2 3 3 Negeri Sembilan 3 Terengganu 2 1 7 6 Melaka 3 Labuan 1 1 Johor 6 Sabah 2 3 Pahang 3 Sarawak 4 21 13 3 3 4 2 3 TOTAL: 71 6 4 24 New Schools In Pipeline SOURCE: Project team |Greater KL & Selangor 11 Perak 3Selangor closeup 24 Negeri Sembilan 3 Pulau Pinang 1 Selangor Johor 3 Sarawak 1 13 Pahang 1 Sabah 1 Kuala Lumpur TOTAL: 24 | 16 16
  18. 18. Expanding international schools in Malaysia is essential, particularly in Greater Kuala Lumpur and growth corridors like Iskandar Why we need to expand international schools Explanation 1 To meet the growing demand of expatriates that ▪ Target 100 MNCs to locate their global or regional HQ in are expected to increase significantly in Malaysia Greater KL/Klang Valley under various key initiatives under the NKEA Lab 2 To meet the demands of the Malaysian returning ▪ Greater KL/Klang Valley population to grow 6 million to 10 from abroad under the MOHR’s Returning Experts million by 2020(5.6% growth) Programme (REP), Greater KL and other initiatives ▪ Expatriates/Diaspora – 500,000 by 2020 3 To encourage the return of Malaysian students ▪ 15,000 Johor students study in private schools in currently studying in schools abroad e.g. Singapore Singapore, Thailand (Bangkok & Phuket), Australia ▪ “At least 45 buses with Malaysian children ply to Singapore daily for education” 4 To retain Malaysian who have intention of sending ▪ By having more international schools, Malaysian parents their children abroad to obtain international/private are given a wider choice of schools for their children’s school education education 5 To attract parents from overseas to choose Malaysia ▪ There is a trend for East Asian parents (e.g. Koreans) to as the schooling destination for their children send their children to international schools in Malaysia for English education 17SOURCE: Team discussion | 17
  19. 19. International schools have grown significantly in Malaysia driven byboth the demand of international and Malaysian students Student enrolment in international schools 27,804 +16.71 p.a. 23,159 19,929 16,587 15,569 13,811 11,982 9,638 8,294 2002 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 | 18
  20. 20. Enrolment Profile By CountryTop Foreign Countries enrolment as at 31 January 2012 Total: 27,804 Other 31% Malaysia 43% Singapore 2% Indonesia 2% Australia 3% India 3% USA UK South Korea 4% 5% 7% | 19
  21. 21. WE HAVE ACHIEVED A LOT IN 2011 Investment Tax Allowance of 100% on qualifying expenditure Removed equity restriction on foreign ownership Removed 40% quota on Malaysian students enrolment Deregulation of school fees Ease in issuance of licenses Selangor Government reduced conversion premiums i. Agriculture Commercial 20% of approved value ii. Residential Commercial 5% of approved value | 20
  22. 22. CHALLENGE FACED BY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL # of studentsA in international schools High cost of land acquisition 2009: 16,000B 2020: 75,000 Increased competition - moratorium on license issuance? # of schools 2009: 53c Immigration Issues 2020: 87D Supply of Teachers GNI (USD) 2009: 0.1bnE 2020: 1.0bn Need to attract expatriate and diasporas to Malaysia | 21
  23. 23. EPP 5 : RAPID SCALE UP OF PRIVATE SKILLS TRAINING PROVIDERSGNI Jobs Funding Achievements in 2011RM 2.1 bn 12,400 RM 8.1 bn  RM232 m allocated in 2011 to the Skills Development Fund (PTPK) for programmes in private training institutions.Project DescriptionTo reduce the percentage of unskilled  33,722 students have received skills training thereby exceeding theand semi-skilled workers from 76% target of 22,100 students set for 2011.per cent in 2009 to 50% in 2020. Thiswill be implemented through demand  Star Rating Exercise conducted in March 2011 for 258 accreditedside funding to stimulate private training centres.sector involvement, via the SkillsDevelopment Fund as the main  The disbursement of funds was based on the results of the Star Rating Exercise and is in line with skills requirements of various NKEA for disbursement.  Several promotional initiatives, including nationwide road shows, career counselling symposia and skills competitions have been organized under the “SkillsMalaysia” campaign to raise public awareness for skills training. 22
  24. 24. Key initiatives under the SkillsMalaysia 2011 • The Prime Minister of Malaysia announced the start of SkillsMalaysia 2011 on 11 th Launch of  January 2011 SkillsMalaysia • The objective of SkillsMalaysia is to raise public awareness and perception on the significance of skills training as a means to enhance the quality of the Malaysian Campaign 2011 workforce • ~260 training institutes throughout Malaysia were rated in Phase 1 of the exercise  Star Rating • Key criteria taken into consideration during the review included infrastructure, quality of teachers, employability and industry linkages, among others Exercise 2011 • Results of the rating exercise were used to determine allocation of Skills Training Funds Various  • 43 Carnivals at TVET Institutes and Roadshows • MARA Education Carnival SkillsMalaysia • JTK (Jabatan Tenaga Kerja) Job Fairs • Zonal Skills Malaysia Carnival • Study Malaysia Education Fairs (Sabah & Sarawak) • Skills Competitions outreach events • International Technical Education & Vocational Training Programme in Malaysia  SkillsMalaysia (INVITE) designed to provide comprehensive skills, including elements of core technical skills, communication language skills, office administrative, technological INVITE skills and knowledge of running a business. • Targeted at international students 23
  25. 25. Objectives of SkillsMalaysia INVITE  Create and provide a new dimension of learning skills to school leavers and adult learners who are not academically inclined  Offer Malaysian and International VocationalAchievements in 2011: skill qualifications• 1,043 students (104%  Specifically targeted at International students achievement of target)• Students from Vietnam,  Prepare for skill-based employment Thailand, Sudan and Cambodia, among others  Allows trainees to learn entrepreneurial skills• 247 programmes being  Provide options to trainees to be eventual offered employees or an entrepreneur• 50 active training institutes 24
  26. 26. SkillsMalaysia INVITE Framework, championed by SEGi University Solid Curriculum with Global Strong Industry Links Perspective Engagement with SkillsMalaysia INVITE Malaysian Qualification plus Industry-Lead Bodies (SM INVITE ILBs) in International Certification syllabi development & internship SkillsMalaysia INVITE Holistic & World-Class One-Stop SkillsMalaysia Training Experience INVITE CentresSet-up of SkillsMalaysia INVITE Training One-stop centre for application,Hubs across the country, including East processing , administration and support Malaysia 25
  27. 27. EPP 9: Advanced Engineering, Science and Innovation ClusterGNI Jobs Funding Achievements in 2011RM 636 m 4,300 RM 372 m  Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) have been signed between Technology Park Malaysia (TPM), University Tenaga NasionalProject Description (UNITEN) and Multimedia University (MMU) to collaborate.To enhance scientific collaborationbetween researchers, industry and  A comprehensive Collaboration Agreement signed between TPM (host entity), UNITEN (research capability) and UNI10 Energy Sdninvestors, thus increasing the quality Bhd (commercialisation support) in October 2011 for the Wasteof research capabilities in Malaysia as Cooking Oil Biodiesel Programme aimed at the sustainablewell as increase opportunities to development and product commercialisation of biodieselcommercialize research  The Government has agreed to support this project with a RM1.27 million grant, in light of the Government’s move to encourage green technology.  Discussions have commenced with other institutions of higher learning – Monash University, Taylor’s University, University Technology Petronas, among others 26
  28. 28. RM 1.27m was provided to this EPP to fund the Waste Cooking OilBiodiesel Test Bed side at TPM 36-0" 10-0" 20-0" 46-0" 112-0" QA AND QC FACILITY AREA 26-2 7/8" WORKSHOP PROCESSING STORE / 26-2 7/8" OFFICE / TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT AREA AREA 41-6 1/8" GLYCERIN FEEDSTOCK 14-0" 14-0" TANK TANKS PRODUCT TANKS 38-1" 26-0" 27
  29. 29. Processing Technology At The TPM Test Bed SiteDeveloped technology: The 250 liter/hour industrial scale biodiesel processor was jointly developed by Uni10 Energy and UNITEN. The project started in 2010 with a duration of eight (8) months and was originally funded by MOSTI Techno fund scheme. Way forward – Test Bed and Commercialization:  The targeted production capacity is 1000 liter/hour  New unit with production capacity of 750liter/hour will be added to the existing unit for generating total installed capacity of 1000liter/hour which is required to meet the demand for commercialization.  During test bed, the lower capacity unit can be used for research activities while production from the higher capacity unit will meet test bed User’s demand. 28
  30. 30. EPP 10: Hospitality and Tourism Education Cluster GNI Jobs Funding Achievements in 2011 RM 550 m 33,000 RM 330 m  An Independent Management Team (IMT) consisting of industry players and private institutions of higher learning was established Project Description headed by UCSI University. The IMT designed the work-based To increase both quality and quantity learning curriculum piloting it in Sarawak of hospitality and tourism graduates to support the industrys ambitious  On 18 August 2011, The Malaysia Centre for Tourism and growth and profit goals Hospitality Education (MyCenTHE) was officially launched to promote its worked-based learning programme. MyCenTHE aims to make tourism and hospitality education affordable through attractive financial aid packages  Five clusters have been or are being established. They are, Penang by KDU University College, Johor by KFCH International College, Sabah by INTI University College, and Sarawak and Kuala Lumpur by UCSI University 29
  31. 31. Key Cluster Activities •Team members consist of: •Public: MOHE, Ministry of Tourism, Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA),Establishment of PEMANDU Independent •Private: Sarawak Economic Dev Corporation (SEDC), Sarawak Cultural Village, Management Team (IMT) Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK), Sarawak Tourism Federation, Margharita Hotel, Riverside Hotel •Private Universities: UCSI, YTL Hotel School, SATT College  •Public Universities: University Teknologi Mara (UiTM), University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) •Work based Learning (WBL) module developed together with Institutes of Higher Learning, Industry players and MQA/ MoHE/MoHR •MOA signed between EPP10 WBL Diploma and SEDC and BCCK Pilot Cluster in Sarawak •MOU was signed between the IMT and AeU on E-mode WBL to cater to working executives and international students •The WBL Diploma was approved by MQA. The first intake commenced in  May 2011 with 40 students. 2nd intake with 40 students, 3rd intake with 58 students. • KDU will champion the Northern Region Cluster, with the first intake of students targeted in Q2 2012. Establish Cluster • INTI will champion the Sabah cluster – first intake Q2 2012 2,3 and 4 •Nilai University College to champion Negeri Sembilan • KFCH International College to champion Johor Cluster 30
  32. 32. MyCenTHE: Malaysia center for tourism and hospitality education Northern Cluster Sabah Cluster Sarawak Cluster Klang Valley Cluster Johor Cluster 31
  33. 33. EPP 11: Educity@IskandarGNI Jobs Funding Achievements in 2011RM 1 bn 1,100 RM 1.2 bn  Successfully secured investments for the establishment of Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed), NetherlandsProject Description Maritime Institute of Technology (NMIT), Raffles UniversityTo develop fully integrated education Iskandar, Reading University, Southampton University,hubs comprising universities and Marlborough College and Raffles American School.institutions of higher education,research and development centres,  NMIT commenced its first intake in May 2011 in a temporary campus and to date has commenced three intakes.accommodation and recreationalfacilities. Educity@Iskandar in Johor,Malaysia was the first major  NUMed’s operations commenced in Q4 2011 with 100 students. It was officially opened by His Royal Highness the Duke of York on 1development under this EPP. November 2011. The medical school anticipates an enrolment of 900 students by the year 2017.  Progress of Marlborough College in Iskandar is also on track, reporting a 85 per cent completion as at May 2012. 32
  34. 34. Summary of Institutions in EduCityEducational Newcastle Netherlands University of Raffles Reading Marlborough RafflesInstitutions University Maritime Inst of Southampton University at University College American Medicine Technology Malaysia Campus Iskandar Iskandar 90 acres School Malaysia (NMIT) (UMSC) 65 acres 30 acres 45 acres (NUMED) At Multi-varsity At Multi-varsity Entreprise Entreprise 13.5 acres Complex ComplexProgrammes Medicine and Diploma, degree Engineering, Multi discipline Multi discipline With American Offered Biomedical in transport, Aerospace Design, (business school, Co-ed and curriculum, Sciences shipping, Merchandising pharmacy, boarding Co-ed and seafaring, chemistry, built boarding maritime and environment) logistic management Operation Sept 2011 May 2011 (at Sept 2012 Jan 2012 (at 2012 (start at Aug 27 2012 4Q2012 Date KotaRaya) KotaRaya) KotaRaya with   IELTS and Exec Education) 33
  35. 35. EduCity Iskandar MalaysiaNewcastle University Medicine Malaysia(NUMed) Classroom & Seminar Block Size : 13.5 acres Faculty : Medicine Target Operations : Q4/2011 Target Population : 900 students by 2015 Administrative Block Current Physical Progress : Completed and handed over to NUMed on 3rd May 2011 Lecture Theater Block 34 34
  36. 36. Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed) Site Progress PhotosGeneral view of LRC block General view of AmphitheaterInterior view of Demo.Theatre block General view of Laboratory Block 35
  37. 37. Marlborough College Malaysia Operating company: M-East Sdn Bhd SIZE 90 acres TARGET OPERATIONS 27 Aug 2012 CAPACITY 1,347 students DESCRIPTION Co-ed, independent Computer boarding and day Studio/Art/Performance Hall school for children aged 11 – 18 years old Preparatory school for children aged 5 – 11 years old Target Completion in May 2012 Current Physical Progress : 78% 3636Junior Boarding House Block B Sports Hall
  38. 38. Marlborough College MalaysiaTarget Completion in May 2012Current Physical Progress : 78% 37 37
  39. 39. Marlborough College MalaysiaTarget Completion in May 2012Current Physical Progress : 78% Administration block - Main Plaza-Walkway in progress Tennis Court No.2-Premix completed 38 38
  40. 40. EPP 14: Premium Health Education (PHE) ClusterGNI Jobs Funding Achievements in 2011RM 888 m 2,143 RM 904 m  Phase 1 involves the development of a teaching hospital, the first private teaching hospital in Malaysia, a medical faculty, anProject Description international school and a convention centre.  Construction and development work has begun as is progressing asUCSI to provide a platform for plannedpremium health education by  Substantial support from the Negeri Sembilan government wasestablishing state of the art obtained as part of the negotiations to facilitate the construction ofinfrastructure and offering quality this developmentmedical expertise to produce  Assisted UCSI to obtain:excellent medical professionals. It also • A reduction in land conversion rate from the Stateserves to provide a strategic link government.between health, education and • Expediting licences for the international school and teachingresearch to enhance physician hospitalcapabilities, patient experience and • Introducing private equity and pension funds for fundingmedical procedures • Assistance with negotiating telco infrastructure requirements with Telekom Malaysia • Negotiation with Ministry of Health for outsourcing certain services to the cluster, e.g. imaging Partners/ Strategic Alliances: 39
  41. 41. Impact of the PHE Cluster Economical Impact Health Impact • Contribution of ~RM 890 million • Drive the National Health to GNI by 2020 activities by attracting • Growth of the Nation in the field International Premium Patients to of Education, Health and Malaysia Research • Strengthen the Health Ecosystem • Creation of 2,143 jobs by 2020 to in Malaysia and in the Region stimulate the national economical • Build state-of-the art impact in the area infrastructures and training • Talent pull from the region PHE facilities Cluster Educational Impact Research Impact • Improved teaching, learning, and • Internationally recognized as the monitoring practices. leading Health Research center in conducting clinical trials, Bio- medical research and regenerative medicine 40
  42. 42. Master Plan of the PHE Cluster (1.3 million square feet)Source: UCSI Group : Serving you as one! 41
  43. 43. Medical Centre and Faculty of Medical Sciences 42Source: UCSI Group : Serving you as one!
  44. 44. International School 43Source: UCSI Group : Serving you as one!
  45. 45. EPP 15 – MyGameDev2020 (Game Development Cluster)GNI* Jobs* Funding* • To encourage a greater industry-academic partnershipRM 6.1 m 105 RM 1.8 m • A mutually beneficial cooperation through*KDU’s numbers only. Excludes industry impact MOU between the KDU University College’s Bachelor of KDU and Code Game Development (Hons) programme Masters • Encompass joint-branding, training,Case for change: curriculum development/enhancements as▪ The global games industry has an estimated part of the long term initiative for talent revenue potential of USD 68.4bn, larger than development. the movie and music industry combined▪ There is a shortage of good quality talent in the industry worldwide▪ Malaysia has the potential to produce Official launch of creative talent to support the industry▪ MyGameDev2020 is an initiative enable the • Cluster was officially launched on 24 April Malaysia to become a leading Game MyGameDev2020 2012 by Dato Seri Idris Jala Development Centre in the Region with a Cluster firm reputation as a creator of high-quality, creative talents and content; an attractive package for foreign game developers and investors; and an incubation and support hub for independent game developers. • First cluster meeting held on 4th April 2012 Cluster comprising of representation from theTarget: private sector (industry players, other In progress• 30 students in 2012 Collaboration educational institutions), public sector (Mdec, MQA and MOHE) and .association.
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  47. 47. Human Development Index | Contributes to the Growth of the Standard of Livingin MalaysiaSecondary National Economic Impact:Spin-offs resulting from expenditure on the Malaysian Game DevelopmentIndustry. The purchase of goods and services for the production output of theGame Development Industry.Tertiary Economic ImpactA direct but less tangible contribution to the national economy. This impacts theGame Development Industries’ contribution to the quality of life, cultural identityand auxiliary services industries. 46
  48. 48. Commercialization | Contributes to the Growth of the Nation and the Economy. • High-income economy - high-technology industry • Creation of skilled & qualified human capital • FDI to boost employment opportunities and regional visibility • SME in game development - creates employment • Creates content and intellectual propertyJobs Created: 4,000 Game-related, new opportunitiesRevenue Generated: RM 500 Million by 2020Exports (IP) Generated: RM 150 Million by 2020Companies: 5 International Companies 47
  49. 49. Spur Growth | Talent Development & Knowledge Sharing • Central knowledge & technology sharing • Central industry-managed curriculum sharing for talent development • Closer industry-HEI communication on industry needs & trends • Outreach programmes with polytechnics • Secondary school early skill enhancement initiatives 48
  50. 50. EPP 17 – Heriot-Watt University Branch CampusGNI Jobs Funding • In July 2011 Heriot-Watt University was selected by Putrajaya Holdings (PjH)RM 65.9 m 365 RM 41 m • 15 November 2011 a formal “Agreement to Lease” was signed with Key milestones PjH completed • 19 December 2011, Certificate ofCase for change: Invitation▪ As part of the University’s 2010 International issued by the Ministry of Higher Strategy to create a second international Education campus▪ To create an education hub in Putrajaya in line with Putrajaya Holding’s masterplan▪ To increase the vibrancy of Putrajaya through Establish • A temporary campus will be established in setting up an institution of higher education In with a student population comprising of temporary Putrajaya for the first intake of MBA students progress targeted for September 2012 locals and international students campus in 2012Target:• New campus to be ready by September 2014• 6,000 students by 2020 Increase• 36 programmes by 2020• 200 academic staff by 2020 number of • Selected postgraduate degree programmes will be offered in their temporary campus Not programmes in (e.g. business, energy, construction, started temporary psychology, fashion) . campus 49
  52. 52. Proposed newflagship campus
  53. 53. THE ROAD TO 2020Educations vision in 2020: higher quality, increased INDICATIVE ONLYscale, and greater demand 2020 ▪ 7 Discipline Clusters formed Getting to ▪ Harmonized playing field between public world class and private education sectors Leading global ▪ 50% of public funds shifted to demand education centre 2015 side funding for higher education ▪ Ranked number 6 ▪ Establishment of national chains for early globally for educa- child care and education institutions tion exports Accelerate internationa- ▪ 40% skilled lisation workforce ▪ Near universal pre- ▪ 4 Discipline Clusters formed in priority school enrol-ment National Key Economic Areas 2012 (97%) ▪ MyEducation Branding rolled out globally to establish Malaysia as the premier education destination Specialise and raise quality 2010 52SOURCE: Education NKEA Lab
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