UOW is proud to be in partnership with leading education providers in Singapore. UOW programs are taught at both institutions, students have the opportunity to undertake an exchange semester at Singapore Institute of Management.
Study in Singapore
Length of Study: 1 or 2 Sessions/Intake
Language of Instruction: English
About: Singapore Institute of Management – SIM Global Education (SIM GE) is the leading private educational institute in Singapore, offering academic programs from around the world. SIM GE aims to equip students with a global edge and, as such, has a strong partnership with the University of Wollongong that has spanned more than 10 years. The culturally diverse campus environment will assure that you have the opportunity to study and interact with students and academic staff from all around the globe.
At SIM there are over 70 student clubs with year-round activities in arts, culture and sports. Dedicated student support services are on offer, including academic support at the Student Learning Centre, a Student Services Centre and a Student Wellness Centre.
SIM Accommodation Options - Whilst SIM does not manage student accommodation, information about a number of recommended residences and hostels in the surrounding area is provided. The information and contacts provided by the SIM are compiled in good faith and are meant as a guide to assist you in your search for housing. Please be reminded to check the quality of facilities and the terms and conditions before you sign any contract with the hostel of your choice.
Intake 1: January to May (Psychology only)
Intake 2: July to October (Psychology only)
Session 1: January to March
Session 2: March to June
Session 3: June to September
Session 4: September to December
Business Information Systems
Computer Science – Digital Systems Security, Multi-media and Game Development
Information Technology – Computing
- SIM Undergraduate Courses
- SIM Subject Database – The best way to check which sessions your subjects are offered at a UOW campus overseas is to check the UOW subject database. You can filter by campus and see which subjects are offered where and when. The mobility team can also provide you with a full subject listing for SIM.
- Credit load: A normal student load per intake for Psychology is equal to 24 credit points (4 subjects). The same as UOW in Wollongong. A normal student load per session for IT degrees is equal to 12 credit points (2 subjects), therefore, IT students would usually study at SIM for two sessions (16 weeks).