2022 National Eudcation & Learning Summit


“Revitalising Education Today to Fill the Employment Needs of Tomorrow”

31st March 2022 ❖ Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur

The environment surrounding education is in flux, first through the wave of digitalisation, followed by the Coronavirus pandemic. While one presented obstacles and challenges, the other offered solutions and a glimpse of what the future learning centre could look like. Along with earlier predictions of change that come with the 4th Industrial Revolution to the future workplace and types of work it would render obsolete, choices make in education will have profound effects on one’s future. Such rapid pace of change present educators and their students with significant challenges as educators themselves are required to pick up new skills and constantly be updated with the latest knowledge to ensure their students are up to par with the needs of industry.

Yet, education will always have a crucial role in preparing the young to meet the challenges of tomorrow, not only for the workplace, but for the development of necessary skillsets required for their personal journey in life – decision making, resilience, dynamism, leadership, and other cognitive abilities. Through the struggle of determining a means forward, approaches to education have to be revitalised to ensure strong fundamentals for the delivery of high-quality education by returning the joy and intrigue of teaching and learning to all parties involved for knowledge remains key to success.

The 2022 National Education and Learning Summit is an annual event for the experts of education deliberate the challenges faced and opportunities ahead in preparing our young for the future workplace. The Summit is a gathering of educationalists, policy makers, captains of industry, and interested parties in the area of education to discuss key emerging themes to pave the way forward to transform Malaysian education to one of world-class quality.



The past two years saw significant changes in the mode of teaching and learning with virtual means becoming the norm. With lockdowns being lifted, vaccine rates picking up, and a general sense of confidence returning to education institutions and students, lecture halls are being packed up once again. What were the lessons learned the past two years with the pandemic? What should be avoided? How will higher learning institutions proceed, especially with international student enrolments? Is it business as usual, or will things change for the better?

Moderator: – Mr. Guy PerringRegional Director- Asia, i-graduate

Panelists: –

  • Professor Dato’ Ir. Dr. Mohd. Hamdi Abd. ShukorVice-Chancellor, Universiti Malaya
  • Prof. Zita Mohd. Fahmi
    Vice-Chancellor & Chief Executive, Quest International University Perak
  • Prof. Chris Baldwin
    Chief Executive Officer & Provost, Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed Malaysia)
  • Prof. Dato’ Dr. Jayles Yeoh
    CEO & Founder, AIMSMET Group of Companies, Malaysia
  • Prof. Mushtak Al-Atabi
    Provost & CEO, Heriot-Watt University, Malaysia


  • The Organisers reserve the right to alter the content and timing of the programme in the best interest of the Summit and are not responsible for cancellations due to unforeseen circumstances.
  • The Organisers accept no responsibility for statements made orally or in written material distributed by any speaker at the Summit. In addition, the Organisers are not responsible for any copying, republication or redistributions of such statements.

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Start Time

10:00 am

March 31, 2022

Finish Time

12:00 pm

March 31, 2022

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