Higher Education 4.0: The Adaptation of Global University

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Jakkrit Siririn


    The main mission of higher education institutions in Thailand by the Office of the Commission on Higher Education [1] states that higher education institutions must perform in four aspects: producing graduates, researching, providing academic services to society. and the preservation of arts and culture It is a strict practice that universities across the country must carry out such missions. which is a broad mission framework If the context of the environment should be taken into account especially in the context of time because in the present era The environment of tertiary education has changed dramatically. Especially when entering the Education 4.0 era, as Paitoon Sinlarat [2] has said that Thai education 4.0 is education in the productive era. It is an era that requires as many products or products as possible for the benefit of one's own community and other communities. with educational skills that focus on doing and doing And then come out as a product. Moreover, Thai education 4.0 is considered an era entering the 21st century where Thailand must look at productivity in a manner that can keep up and move forward.


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Siririn, . J. . (2021). Higher Education 4.0: The Adaptation of Global University. National Interest, 2(6), 49–55. Retrieved from https://sc01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/NIT/article/view/240160
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