The Faculty of Business and Law prepares its students for global citizenship. Our curriculum is international in focus and challenges our students to understand and question the global economy and society of which they are part.
Our Faculty International Operations (FIO) unit supports the faculty's postgraduate teaching and learning in Hong Kong and in Singapore. Through engagement with our international partners, we are able to deliver world-class innovation.
For more than ten years the Faculty of Business and Law has been in partnership with the Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA) to offer the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and Master of Business (MBus) programs in Hong Kong.
The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) is a structured coursework-based professional doctorate taught face-to-face by University of Newcastle academic staff at HKMA, followed by a research dissertation project conducted under academic supervision. The DBA program is designed to further develop the competencies of practicing managers and business professionals and to equip them with the capability to make leadership contributions to their own organizations, wider industries and communities.
The Master of Business (MBus) program consists of structured coursework taught face-to-face by University of Newcastle academic staff at HKMA. This program is designed to provide students with a range of analytic, strategic and leadership skills which will prepare them for increasingly competitive careers in business management in the corporate and public sectors.
For further information regarding these programs or to enquire about the application process, please contact HKMA directly through their web site, hkma.org.hk.
The University of Newcastle has had a presence in Singapore since 2007 and currently teaches more than 1100 students at four campuses in Singapore in association with its partners, PSB Academy.
The following Faculty of Business and Law degrees are offered at our Singapore campus:
We are globally connected with strong teaching and research links to international institutions. We collaborate with our international partners in the following ways:
Researchers from our Faculty collaborate with international research groups and organisations to find solutions to the challenges facing Australia, Asia and the world.
Our international research partners
We highly values our collaborative teaching agreements with all of our international partners and have established several articulation agreements in key countries including, China, Malaysia, Pakistan, South Korea and Thailand.
The Faculty has also established several undergraduate and postgraduate pathway agreements with international institutions in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Pathway agreements are a formally approved admission route into a program of study at the University of Newcastle, with pre-determined advanced standing for courses completed at another education provider and/or with guaranteed entry into the University of Newcastle programs.
|College of North Atlantic|
|Shanghai Shenyuan International Education Services Co Ltd|
|Wuhan University of Technology|
|Polytechnic Pos Indonesia|
|Institute of Science and Management|
|Institut of Sinaran|
|Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College|
|KDU College Penang|
Malaysian Polytechnic College
|Sunway University College|
|Taylor's Business School|
|United College Sarawak|
|SAA Global Education|
|Tourism Management Institute of Singapore|
The Faculty has reciprocal staff exchange agreements with various international institutions. Staff exchange represents the opportunity to develop and strengthen links with international institutions as well as provide staff with the opportunity to develop individual skills and attain a valuable global experience.
We have cooperative staff exchange programs with the following international institutions:
Our Faculty welcomes PhD students from partner institutions interested in visiting the University of Newcastle. Through established research collaboration agreements, the faculty cooperates with our international partners in providing research training for jointly approved PhD participants.
We are proud to collaborate with the following international institutions: