The shortlist has now been published
Frequently asked questions
How can I keep up to date with the latest THE Awards Asia news?
Please join our mailing list to receive all the latest news about THE Awards Asia, including key dates and information about the awards ceremony itself.
Who can enter?
These awards are open to anyone working in higher education in the following countries or territories:
Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, British Indian Ocean Territory, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.
Entries can be completed by those working at institutions, or consultants working on an institution’s instruction. If you are entering on behalf of an institution, please ensure that you supply us with contact details of someone at the institution, as well as your own.
How do I enter?
Please read our Entry guidelines , then click ‘Enter now’ at the top of the page and select your category. All entries must be in English.
When can I enter?
The entry window opens on
Thursday 10 August 2023 and closes at 1200 (BST) on Monday 16 October 2023.
(Please note that there will be
no extensions, so do ensure you submit everything by the deadline.)
How much does it cost to enter THE Awards Asia?
There is no charge to enter.
What period do these awards cover?
Due to an earlier final ceremony, the period of focus this time has a degree of crossover with that for THE Awards 2023, so the following should be noted by all entrants.
- THE Awards Asia 2024 focus primarily on activity during the past twelve months. Submissions may be based on work that commenced prior to this period, where significant activity during the past twelve months can be included.
- Winning entries from THE Awards Asia 2023 will not be accepted again, but any others may be updated and resubmitted if solid evidence of progress in the past twelve months is highlighted.
If you have any questions on the eligibility of your entry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your options.
Can we enter more than one category?
Yes, you may enter as many categories as you wish, but you must complete a different submission for each category.
Can we enter the same submission in more than one category?
No, please choose the most appropriate category for each entry. If you are unsure which category to choose, please contact email@example.com to discuss your options.
Can an institution enter more than one project or team in a single category?
Where the criteria are not asking for an institution-wide approach, a single institution may submit up to five entries per category, but those featured projects or initiatives must be distinctive and unrelated. Otherwise, we advise you to combine the best elements of each in a stronger single entry, highlighting the breadth of your approach in the relevant area.
How will I know that my entry has been safely received?
Once you have submitted your entry you will receive an email confirming that it has been received. Attached to the email will be a copy of your submission, and a document containing a unique Nomination code that we will quote in future awards correspondence relating to your entry, so please keep this safe and accessible. If you do not receive your confirmation email, please email THEawardsasia@timeshighereducation.com
Are collaborative entries accepted?
Institutions working together
If your entry relates to an initiative or project carried out in collaboration with another institution or institutions, the submission should come from the lead institution. In such cases, please enter “ <Name of lead institution> in collaboration with <name of secondary institution> ” or, in cases where the institutions are working together under project title, “ <Name of lead institution> on behalf of <name of project> ”, in the ‘Institution name’ field on the entry form. If there is no lead institution, to avoid multiple entries for the same project, please agree who will make the submission on behalf of the group.
Institutions working with public or private partners
You may enter a project that has been undertaken in collaboration with an external public or private partner. In such cases, please include “ <Name of institution> in collaboration with <name of partner> ” in the ‘Institution name’ field on the entry form. Please note that the award will be given to the winning higher education institution.
When will I find out if we have been shortlisted?
We will notify shortlisted institutions by email on Thursday 25 January 2024, the same day that the full set of shortlists are officially published on this website and THE.
If we are not shortlisted, can we get feedback on our entry?
Unfortunately, due to the high volume of entries, we are not able to give feedback on individual entries.
It is worth emphasising that, because of the high number of entries, many excellent ones do not make our shortlists, which is why we encourage those entrants to submit an updated version the following year, if the featured work continued into the new period of focus.
When are the winners announced?
The THE Awards Asia ceremony will be held on the first night of the THE Asia Universities Summit, taking place in Malaysia from 29 April to 1 May 2024.
We will provide more details about ceremony participation, tickets and accommodation offers once the shortlist has been published.