Activities

The BUILD-IT Alliance creates a world class model for innovative technologies and engineering higher education through three core activities

Leadership & Strategy Towards University Autonomy

Leadership & Strategy Towards University Autonomy

Leadership & Strategy Towards University Autonomy

BUILD-IT provides executive leadership development for university leaders and policymakers to operationalize strategic planning goals toward achieving university autonomy. BUILD-IT provides coaching toward institutional level accreditation and international recognition, bringing together key elements of university operation (e.g. structure and governance, budget and finance, human resource planning and curriculum & instruction) in a peer review process.

Academic Program Quality Through ABET/AUN-QA Compliance

Academic Program Quality Through ABET/AUN-QA Compliance

Academic Program Quality Through ABET/AUN-QA Compliance

International Accreditation

University academic leaders and quality assurance professionals implement robust assessment and evaluation systems for continuous program improvement supporting international accreditation recognition. The project partners with MOET accreditation institutes to support university assessment training for national impact.

 

Certified Facilitator Program

The program leverages in-country trainers and distance technologies to create sustainable long-term faculty development and wide-scale implementation of innovation and modern methodologies.

Applied Project-Based Curriculum Implementation

Applied Project-Based Curriculum Implementation

Applied Project-Based Curriculum Implementation

Project-Based Curriculum

Through private-public partnerships, educational institutions establish applied hands-on learning opportunities strengthening industry-university linkages across multiple curriculum platforms. BUILD-IT develops curricular partnerships, mentorships, industry-sponsored practical opportunities including co-ops, capstone design projects and apprenticeships to build students’ professional and technical competencies in preparation for technology and engineering careers.

  

Maker Innovation Network

Premiering with two Maker Innovation Spaces that support hands-on curriculum innovation, these facilities, now open in Ho Chi Minh City and Danang, create an active learning and innovation environment where both STEM students and the private sector will benefit. A third Maker Innovation Space will be opening at Can Tho University in Fall 2018.

Activities