Tuning Asia-South East project brings together 7 South East Asia nations and 6 EU Member States giving the opportunity for 30 higher education institutions to engage in policy dialogues, work on key issues related to harmonising competences, and enhance mutual recognition of higher education qualifications.
In order to contribute to and support the harmonisation process within the South East Asia region through building of a framework of comparable, compatible and transparent degree programmes, project will apply the Tuning methodology in the South East Asia universities in three subject areas – Civil Engineering, Medicine and Teacher Education, develop Tuning Meta-Profiles in three subject areas, develop, implement, monitor and improve degree programmes, and promote regional and international cooperation between the South East Asia and EU universities.
The project main results are ensured by using a multi-stakeholder bottom-up approach while taking European and world Tuning experiences in collaboration with key stakeholders at national, regional and international levels. They include: a well-established group of trained academics and managers (4 general trainings, 53 trainees each; 2 policy forums, 83 participants each; 1 Quality Assurance training and 3 Implementation workshops, 44 trainees); Reference Points for the design and delivery of degree programmes in Civil Engineering, Medicine and Teacher Education; Three BA Degree Programme Profiles; Three Student Learning Guides and Degree Programme Curricula; 12 National Dissemination Meetings; 2 Regional Dissemination Seminars; 2 International Dissemination Conferences; 2 High Level International Policy Forums; 1 Public interactive website. The outcomes of the project are of relevance for all higher education institutions in South East Asia.