Welcome to CALOHEA

Measuring and Comparing Achievements of Learning
Outcomes in Higher Education in Asia

Measuring and Comparing Achievements of Learning Outcomes in Higher Education in Asia

Subject Area Groups

Seeking to impact Higher education in the ASEAN region,
CALOHEA operates through 3 Subject Area Groups

Seeking to impact Higher education in the ASEAN region, CALOHEA operates through 3 Subject Area Groups

Civil Engineering

Medicine

Teacher Education

Recognition Mechanisms

Three lines of work correspond to three necessary Recognition Mechanisms at an institutional and regional level.
31 institutions across 13 countries over 2 continents are partnering up to drive institutional progress within management operations
and the internationalization of higher education within the region.

Three lines of work correspond to three necessary Recognition Mechanisms at an institutional and regional level. 31 institutions across 13 countries over 2 continents are partnering up to drive institutional progress within management operations and the internationalization of higher education within the region.

News & Updates

The Fourth General Meeting was held online on 21st and 22nd April 2022. Day 1 allowed Subject Area Groups to review the work done on Recognition Mechanisms 1 & 2 (in the plenary). Day 1 Subject Area specific sessions were used to agree on the next steps for validating Regional Subject-Specific Qualifications Reference frameworks with Graduates and Employers (Recognition Mechanism 1) and peer-review the planning for the application of Student Workload questionnaires (Recognition Mechanism 2). Day 2 introduced the Recognition Mechanism 3: Implementation of authentic assessment of internationally comparable learning outcomes in degree programmes.

This is a joint project falling under the Erasmus+ KA2 cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – capacity building
in the field of higher education. It is financially supported by the European Commission, coordinated
by The University of Groningen and co-coordinated by the ASEAN University Network.

This is a joint project falling under the Erasmus+ KA2 cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – capacity building in the field of higher education. It is financially supported by the European Commission, coordinated by The University of Groningen and co-coordinated by the ASEAN University Network.