The Master of Business Administration (International) course is a general management postgraduate qualification that empowers students to pursue careers in unstructured work situations and workplaces that are ill-defined; technologies that have not been invented; and scarce natural resources that may be at its peak. The course provides integrated business management education to pre-experience graduates qualified in either business or in non-business academic disciplines as well as post-experience graduates preparing for strategic leadership roles and responsibilities.
The indicative course fees shown here applies to students studying on-campus in Malaysia for the relevant year only. They are based on a standard study load per year. However, please note that fees are assessed according to a student’s study load in each semester, and variation to study load will result in an adjustment to tuition fees. All fees are subject to annual review and may be adjusted.
– Course structure and duration, units of study and career opportunities.
The normal duration of study is two years full-time or four year part-time. There are 4 terms per year and each term consists of 10 weeks of teaching and learning. Full-time students will undertake 8 units of study per year that comprises of 2 units of study per term. Part-time students undertake 1 unit per term or 4 units per year. Each unit of study has a minimum 6 hours of class contact time per week or its equivalence. Classes are normally held on weekday evenings, or on Saturdays. Students holding an international student visa are required to study full-time.
To be eligible for the award of Master of Business Administration (International), students must complete 15 units of study (200 credit points) comprising of 14 units of study (12.5 credit points) and one (1) double unit of study (25 credit points).
Double unit of 25 credit points each
Students’ career opportunities are enhanced by developing leadership and management competencies and capabilities, and by learning to navigate effectively in a rapidly changing, technologically complex and turbulent environment.
– Entry requirements and English language requirements.
Applicants should have completed an appropriate undergraduate qualification at a credit level from a recognised academic institution OR completion of an appropriate undergraduate qualification but not achieving at a credit level may be admitted, subject to a minimum of 5years working experience in the relevant field. Applicants with a recognised bachelor degree in business will be eligible for exemptions up to 4 units. Malaysian applicants who do not possess the required undergraduate qualification may apply for approval from the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), which accredits prior experiential learning (APEL).
English language proficiency consistent with Swinburne Sarawak’s policies for admission of local and international students to post-graduate courses will be required for entry into the course. Potential students must produce evidence of an advanced level of proficiency in written and spoken English.
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