为促进我校与国外高校国际化发展交流，国际教育学院特邀请马来西亚国立大学副校长Prof.Imran Ho Bin Abudulla教授来校讲学。题目为《国际化发展战略专题报告》，马来西亚国立大学是东南亚乃至全球非常著名的大学，文凭和学历得到国际的广泛认可，2005年被《泰晤士报》教育专刊列为世界科技类大学100强。《泰晤士报》在2009年世界大学排行榜中，首度公布亚洲地区大学排行榜，其中马来西亚的几所著名高校名列前100名，其中，国大位列第51名。欢迎感兴趣的老师和同学参加！
个人简历：Professor Imran Ho Abdullah is Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Industry and Community Partnership) at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Professor Imran brings to the position broad and extensive experience in senior academic roles. He was Director UKM Global / International Relations Office from 2009-2014; Deputy Dean Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities; Dean of Faculty of Language Studies, as well as Head / Deputy Director of Strategic Planning Division 2002 -2008. As Director UKM Global / International Relations Office he oversaw the implementation of AIMS (ASEAN International Mobility Scheme) and was instrumental in fomulation and implementationof the ASEAN University Network-ACTS. He was also responsible for the implementation of the UKM Global Student Mobility Programme as well as the Malaysia-Mexico Mobility Programme (MM2M) which has to date enabled over 200 Mexican students to study in Malaysia. He was a member of the IIEP / UNESCO research project team on Institutional Restructuring of Higher Education in the Asia Pacific region as well as a co-author of the ISESCO and IDB White Paper on nanotechnology education.
Professor Imran has taught extensively at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has published books and articles on various aspects of cognitive semantics and corpus linguistics as well as supervised over 15 PhDs.
Professor Imran has a First Class Honours (in English) from the University of Otago, New Zealand, a Diploma in Education with Distinction from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, an Master of Philosophy (in Linguistics) from the University of Cambridge, as well as a PhD in Cognitive Semantics from the University of Otago, New Zealand. He has also attended the Executive Programme on Crisis Leadership in Higher Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) and Harvard Kennedy School (HKS). He has been a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Society since 1990.