The COVID-19 pandemic has come with a lot of uncertainties for the higher education sector and for internationalisation and mobility. Questions have arisen since the outbreak including whether the future of Internationalization will be changing due to the facts that the world now facing a new normal that restricting mobility and cooperation between university. There are also concerns of difficulties in sharing network between universities may grow in the wake of the disease, with learners from varied parts of the world are facing uncertainties due to the situation. Universities were also faced massive losses in opportunities even after shifting learning online, with queries over whether or not a new normal will be continued with a very “expensive” cost.
It is also unclear whether universities could continue charging normal fees for programmes that had shifted online, especially for those who had paid for face-to-face learning. Some international students were expecting refunds of their fees for the time they are away. Due to the pandemic, the ability of parents to pay fees as before was likely to be lower, affecting universities’ finances. We can hide under the word that we should understand that this is not normal situation. However, we should try our best in delivering the same quality in term of teaching, researching and community services as before the covid 19 pandemic.
However, if this situation continued until next years, Universities around the world must prepare themselves in the changing of the situation. Universitas Tanjungpura, in this case, realizes this problem as a challenged. As we embrace and prepare our University to become world class University in term of developing an international strategy; such factors include international teaching programs, partnerships, students and staff exchanges, and research activities. All that policy is implemented before the pandemic happened. However, this situation forces us to changed since customer care and marketing skills, centralized management, cost benefit analysis and risk management, the application of modern technology are crucial and becoming the new disciplines for our university during this pandemic situation. Each Universities have their own strength and competitive advantage. However, some have their weaknesess as well. During this situation, Universities will keep on falling behind if they dont collaborates and exchange resources in term of mobility and opportunities. The opportunities of exchanging resources are exist since ages ago, that is why the existence of organizations such as SEMIRATA BKS PTN Wilayah Barat are more important nowadays to mobilize resource sharing and opportunities.
We hope that this event will bring benefit to the organisations member in term of giving understanding and reaching agreement and how should universities act during this situation in term of research, competitive advantage, sharing resources and entrepreneurship and to the participants to share their ideas and research in this platform.
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