The School of Design and Arts here at Swinburne Sarawak offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses to further enhance your career.
The Bachelor of Media and Communication, with a focus on social media, is the ideal programme for prospective students interested in a career in the media, communication, creative and multimedia industries. Combining media theory and practice in media content creation, the degree course will take into account ongoing and evolving trends in the media and social media industries that affects both public and private sectors.
For prospective students looking to teach English or be a researcher in English education, come browse our Graduate Certificate, Masters and PhD programs that we have to offer.
Obtain a Graduate Certificate in TESOL in just one semester or a Graduate Diploma in TESOL in two semesters or a full MA TESOL in just two years. Our postgraduate programs are practically oriented and integrates theory with practice relevant to students’ future career as teachers. The curriculum builds on current innovative trends coupled with sound research practice to help teachers in their professional development and careers.
Meanwhile our Masters by research program and PhD offers internationally trained and highly experienced supervisors to guide you through every step of the way. Graduate within 18 months for a Masters in Research and 36 months for a PhD
As a member of Sarawak Teachers Union, George encourages other members to seize the STU bursary award as an opportunity to receive their professional training as English educators.
Although currently teaching English in a suburban school, Kimberly finds she can apply what she learns in the MA (TESOL) programme to the context of her classes to improve her teaching practices.
An undergraduate student from Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Nivakan Sritharan managed to advance into Final Round of Deloitte Tax Challenge 2017 (National Level). The competition was held in Kuala Lumpur on 31 October to 1 November 2017.
An undergraduate student from Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, James Voon Tein Wei represented Malaysia at the Deloitte Southeast Asia Tax Challenge 2017 (SEA DTC 2017) final in Singapore in February 2017.