Higher Education Institutions across the globe have shown tremendous efforts to address Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. Changes have been made regardless of its complex and broad concepts.

Higher education worldwide has witnessed the urgency to integrate SDGs in curricula and the challenges faced by many change agents. The current curricula is already exhausted and packed. How can higher education institutions make the necessary changes? To what extent do SDGs need to be addressed in the curricula?

Mahyuddin Arsat is an Associate Fellow at the Centre for Engineering Education, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and a senior lecturer at the School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities. He has a Doctoral Degree on Education for Sustainable Development from Aalborg University Denmark and Post Doctoral in the same area from The Education University of Hong Kong. He is also actively involved in promoting Sustainability in Engineering Education as well as in Higher Education.