International Education Partnerships

Our International Education Partners

The University of Wollongong delivers transnational global education programs in a number of locations, including Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia, providing opportunities for students to gain a UOW degree in their home country.

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The University of Wollongong in Dubai (UOWD) is one of the longest established and most prestigious universities in the United Arab Emirates' (UAE). Located in Knowledge Village, and as an independent UAE institution of higher education, UOWD has an enrolment of 3,500 students, comprising more than 90 nationalities. UOWD provides a comprehensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

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UOW College Hong Kong (UOWC-HK) is the new future name of the Community College of City University (CCCU), as a result of the strategic alliance with UOW. UOW College Hong Kong will continue to carry on the tradition of CCCU as a premier college in Hong Kong providing quality tertiary education at associate degree and bachelor level. UOW teaches a number of top-up degree and degree programs at UOW College Hong Kong.


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INTI International University & Colleges (INTI) is one of the most respected and trusted names in the Malaysian private higher education sector. With over 30 years of empowering young minds and 65,000 graduates to testify to the quality education delivered. UOW teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses at INTI campuses in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Subang Jaya.

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The Singapore Institute of Management - SIM Global Education is the leading provider of higher education and professional training in Singapore. SIM Global Education and UOW have been in partnership for more than 10 years. SIM offers UOW courses in Information Sciences and Psychology.

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PSB Academy, established in 1964, has an enrolment of over 11,000 local and international students. It offers programs from a number of Australian and British universities and offering students a range of course options from UOW's Faculty of Business.

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Central China Normal University (CCNU) is a key comprehensive university directly under the administration of the Chinese Ministry of Education. As one of the universities on the list of 211 National Education Priority Project, Central China Normal University is highly recognized as an important base for cultivating brilliant talents for the country, as well as a superior training center for excellent teachers in higher learning institutions and high schools.

 

Twinning arrangements

The University of Wollongong has formal twinning arrangements with three prestigious first-class/ first-rate/ highly recognized Chinese Universities with these arrangements formally recognised by the Chinese Ministry of Education. Under these arrangements, there is close cooperation between UOW and our twinning partner in design and development of the curriculum and a number of subjects are delivered by UOW teaching staff. Under our twinning arrangements, students are able to complete part of their program at their home institution and then transfer to UOW to complete the remainder of their degree. 


Beijing Jiaotong University

Beijing Jiaotong University is a national key university, it is listed in the “National 211 Project” and a Double First Class University Project with several disciplines in the First Class Discipline status. It is one of the prominent universities in the world for Transportation Science and Technology, including high speed train.


Zhengzhou University
Zhengzhou University is a national key university, it is listed in the “National 211 Project” and one of the top 42 Chinese First-Class universities in the Double First Class University Project.


Tianjin Polytechnic University

Tianjin Polytechnic University is under the joint management of the Chinese Ministry of Education and Municipal government, it has one discipline in the First Class Discipline status in the Double First Class University Project.  

Last reviewed: 13 November, 2018