Faculty Administrators’ Perspectives on Attributes of Successful Universities and Future Learning Environments

Khairuddin Hashim, Ibrahim Kutbi


With rapid changes in requirements, there is need to identify the attributes of successful universities and future learning environments for universities to prepare themselves towards achieving success. This study investigates respondents’ perspectives pertaining to attributes of successful universities and future learning environments. Data were collected using a specially designed survey during the 2016 academic year. The sample size was 79 international faculty administrators. The results highlight critical attributes, management elements and dominant pedagogical and technological trends. The paper also reports significant differences between gender sub-groups. The findings identify key themes, trends or perspectives that can be used as foundation for more in-depth research to discern possible strategies towards achieving success.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v7i4.10607


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