The Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong (SBS-UOW) MBA is designed to promote your career development by provide a stimulating learning environment using a blend of teaching methodologies that focus on Australian, Asian and global business issues. The program comprises eight core units and four elective units, which are structured across a broad range of management and business themes. The core units are designed to develop students’ core competencies, ranging from strategic analysis and decision making through to an appreciation of global business challenges, complemented by people, financial, marketing and system analysis skills. An overarching theme of the core program is an emphasis on analytical thinking, innovation and creativity. Included in the SBS-UOW MBA are six one day Master Classes focusing on contemporary issues in business. In addition, you have the opportunity/option to participate in formal exchange programs or our Study Abroad Tour.
The Sydney Business School’s EMBA program was one of only two Australian programs ranked in Tier 1 of the Global EMBA rankings by the London-based CEO Magazine in its annual EMBA and MBA Rankings for 2016. CEO Magazine ranked the Sydney Business School's MBA program No. 3 in Australia for 2016.
4-Star Business School
The QS ranking system for business schools, QS Stars, has ranked the Sydney Business School as a Four Star Institution in 2015, with 5 stars being awarded in the categories of Facilities, Internationalization and Diversity.
The Sydney Business has been ranked 22nd in the Asia-Pacific region by QS in the 2014/2015 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report.
Curriculum designed to promote your career development
Curriculum covers theoretical and practical skills from a broad perspective
50% of the modules will be taught by SBS-UOW’s very own MBA professors and lecturers (fly-in faculty)
Master Classes focusing on contemporary issues in business
Focus on analytical thinking, innovation and creativity
Emphasis on a stimulating learning environment using a blend of teaching methodologies that focus global business issues
Online teaching and learning resources – access to online library resources and data bases
UOW Application Form - for local Malaysian and International Prospects
Certified Academic Transcripts / Certificates - for local Malaysian and International Prospects Degree: A Bachelor degree or equivalent from a recognised tertiary institution with an average mark of at least 63% or CGPA 2.5 (Second Class degree & Upper). Candidate with more than 5 years experience- average mark of 50% or CGPA 2.0 may be accepted.
1 page of Statement of Motivation - for local Malaysian and International Prospects
IELTS (overall score of 6.5) - for International Prospect only Graduated from University where medium of instruction was English. Academic transcripts and an official letter from the institution certifying that English was the sole language of instruction and assessment must be provided. Previous study in English is considered on a case-by-case basis and does not automatically meet UOW's English language requirement. If a Malaysian or international student may supply a letter from their Malayisan based employer, but the letter must clearly state:
English is the language that is used for conducting business within the organisation AND
The student has been
employed for a minimum of three (3) years within that organisation OR
has multiple letters that combined amount to a minimum of three (3) years of employment
CV which includes information of at least info 2 referees - for local Malaysian Prospect only Applicant need to have 3 years full-time relevant professional or managerial/supervisory work experience as a minimum. This apply to both local Malaysian and International Prospects