Master of Business Administration Western Sydney MBA

Moving forward in your career in business with Master of Business Administration Western Sydney MBA – an MBA degree granted by Western Sydney University (Australia) – Top 250 – 1.2% universities in the world.

With a modern teaching method based on best practices, real business cases, simulation games, and industry-based projects, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the real modern business as well as gain in-depth knowledge and real-world experience which built a solid base for your future career.

The Western Sydney MBA is designed for students who are looking forward to studying an international MBA program in Vietnam with the aim of developing professional leadership and management skillsmoving forward in future careerswitching your career or working environment. Joining our MBA program, students will have valuable opportunities to join the Alumni network from 98 MNCs and large corporates in Vietnam.

The blended learning model will give students flexibility when starting their learning journey.

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MBA DEGREE FROM TOP 250 – 1.2 UNIVERSITIES OF THE WORLD

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SUCCESSFUL MBA NETWORK FROM 98 MNCS AND BIG CORPORATES

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18 MONTHS FOR MBA PROGRAM, 100% TAUGHT IN ENGLISH

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“I truly enjoy the time diving in the knowledge from the program, which has proven the investment. I made here a life-changing opportunity for my future with real-life experience. This course has enabled me to promote my career and connect with lots of talented fellows from other big companies in the country. I’m grateful to WSU for bringing the world-class qualified course to Vietnam.”

LE THUY NHI – Western Sydney MBA 2019
Senior Marketing Specialist at OneID, Vingroup

Why choose Western Sydney MBA?

  • Reputation: A joint program between Western Sydney University (Australia) – Top 250 best universities in the world and UEH-International School of Business.
  • Global Degree: Granted by Western Sydney University – Ranked 16th among top universities in Australia
  • Lecturers: Specialists from MNCs companies and professors from top universities around the world.
  • Program: Equips students with the core knowledge in business (critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity), global perspectives as well as best practices to become future leaders.
  • Learning environment: Experience international environment in Vietnam with Blended learning model
  • Alumni network: Students can have opportunities to expand networking with successful alumni from over 50 big corporations.
  • Tuition & Installment Loan: Save up to 70% of tuition fees and the average installment cost about 10 million VND/month.

Western Sydney University: Top 250 – 1.2 universities in the world

  • Top 250 – 1.2% of the best universities in the world
  • Top 10 best universities under 50 in Australia
  • Top 36 universities under 50 in the world
  • Top 400 best schools of business in the world

According to the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), Western Sydney University ranked 474 in the world and has a 5-star ranking for excellence in higher education.

Recognized by professional organizations such as Certified Public Accountant (CPA Australia), Australian Property Institute (API), Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).

Course Structure

PRE.MBA

Pre.MBA is designed for graduates with a non-economics-related degree. MBA students will be equipped with core knowledge about economics in a short course.

Stage 1: 4 Units

Students will study 4 core units to understand all principles, processes, and important concepts about business administration. Stage 1 will help students to be well-prepared for Stage 2.

Stage 2: 6 Units + 1 Business Project

Students will gain in-depth knowledge about their specialized fields in order to dive deeper into every aspect of the business, focusing on solving real-world problems in business.

MBA students will be facing hundreds of case studies with sharings from top professors.

Students spend 6 weeks for each course (Business Project not included) with the Blended learning model including Online, Live, Study in class, and approximately 20 hours/week for homework to make the most out of the program.

Unit: Economics
  • This unit presents a broad overview of economics and the way economic activity, institutions and regulations shape social and business outcomes, knowledge that is critical for any student in a business-related discipline.
  • Students will reflect critically on the key economic processes, theories and ideas. We study the way economics defines growth and wellbeing and the economic theories of income determination and business cycles that shape macroeconomic policy.
  • Students will form perspectives on globalization, trade, colonization and development and the causes of, and solutions to, inequalities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

Howard Nicholas

PhD in Economics

Khai Dinh

PhD in Economics

Unit: Integrated Business Experience
  • This unit takes this multi-faceted approach by utilizing the knowledge gained in earlier units and applying it to case studies.
  • Building on the unit ‘Integrated Business Experience 1’, an international focus provides participants with the opportunity to consider issues on a broader scale.
  • Students will be expected to work with a group simulation to solve common issues facing organizations and policy makers using critical, integrative and creative thinking.

Michael Saram

Business transformation expert

Monroe Foster Douglas

DBA CANDIDATE in Business Administration

Unit: Financial Report for Decision Making
  • This unit focuses on developing the ability to use accounting information, as extracted from financial reports, to assist with managerial decision making.
  • Students will gain financial literacy through developing an understanding of the information contained in financial reports and applying this information to practical decisions.
  • This unit emphasises the function of both financial and management accounting in measuring, processing and communicating information useful for decision making.

Chor Ghee Lim

Master of International Studies

Unit: Contemporary People Management
  • The unit serves as an introduction to human resource management for those considering careers in employment relations and those who will potentially have people management responsibilities.
  • HR processes and practices are studied in contexts and with a consideration of stakeholders’ interests, leading to an appreciation of the contribution of human resource management to organizational success.
  • Students will evaluate particular approaches to human resource management through analyzing real-world cases and practical activities.

Bahaudin Mujtaba

Professor - PhD in Human Resources Management

Lam Nguyen

Professor - PhD in International Business and Management

Unit: Corporate Finance
  • As an introductory finance unit, Corporate Finance introduces students to the fundamental concepts of finance theory – the time value of money, risk and return, capital budgeting and capital structure – and to the tools of financial decision-making in the context of the Australian institutional environment.
  • Students examine the investment, financing and dividend decisions of corporations and develop an understanding of the basic practices of financial management from the perspective of both large and small firms.

Duc Vo

PhD in Economics

Unit: Frontiers of Branding
  • This unit helps students understand the concept of branding and the utilization of brand assets by learning to strategically create, develop, innovate, position and protect the brand in an ever-changing environment in order to establish a sustainable competitive advantage.

Liem Ngo

Associate Professor - PhD in Marketing

Unit: Digital Marketing
  • This unit will teach students the principles of digital marketing so they understand the key frameworks of digital marketing technology and are able to apply marketing strategies to target tech savvy consumers.
Unit: Business Operation & Logistic
  • This unit introduces students to operations and logistics management theory and practice.
  • Operations and logistics management is an important element of business strategy and it is integral to both service and manufacturing industries.
  • Students will develop an appreciation of the latest trends in business operations and logistics management and the applications currently adopted in organizations and industries.
  • They will also learn to apply quantitative techniques for formulating/analyzing problems and providing recommended solutions.
  • This unit provides an excellent foundation for further specialization in logistics and supply chain management but also works well for students in general business operations programs.

Sakda Siriphattrasophon

Associate Professor - PhD in Development Management

Stephen Waters

Professor - PhD in Supply Chain Management

Unit: Project Management
  • This unit introduces students to the philosophy, tools and techniques for effectively managing projects in an organization.
  • Participants will be required to apply lessons learned to real-world situations and cases, developing their professional expertise in project management in ways that are relevant to their careers.
  • Topics include organizational strategy and project selection; project definition and criteria of merit; tools and techniques; team leadership and management; development of project plans; estimation of time and resources; risk analysis and management; scheduling and control; resource allocation; project tracking; project closure and review.
  • Participants will be expected to use MS Project as a project management tool.

Stephen Waters

Professor - PhD in Supply Chain Management

Unit: Leading Contemporary Organisation
  • This unit explores the processes and challenges encountered by leaders in contemporary organizations, taking into account rapidly changing environments.
  • Through an in-depth appraisal of various leadership theories and concepts, it encourages students to reflect on the key competencies required for effective leadership.
  • It also emphasises the importance of self-knowledge, values and ethics for contemporary leaders.
  • Students will be required to design a leadership development program to address current and future leadership issues.

Lam Nguyen

Professor - PhD in International Business and Management

Business Project: PROBLEM SOLVING in ORGANIZATION
  • Business Project equips professionals to address contemporary challenges through research and applying knowledge developed in earlier units of study.
  • This student-centered unit provides close supervision of research and analytical practices to enhance skill development and capacity to engage with problems confronting organizations, taking account of contexts and multiple stakeholders.
  • Students will have scope to focus on issues that are of particular concern to organizations or interest for their careers.
  • As an integrating unit, it demands participants bring together their knowledge and curiosity to develop recommendations in a format that can showcase their achievements.
  • In order to complete this unit, students must have studied this unit over two teaching periods.

Quan Tran

Associate Professor - PHD in Business

Thao Tran

PHD IN BUSINESS

Thu Phan

PHD IN BUSINESS

Admission Requirements

APPLICATION & ENROLMENT DATE

April Intake (04.2021)

  • Application deadline: 29.03.2021
  • Enrollment date (expected): 09.04.2021

June Intake (06.2021)

  • Application deadline: 21.06.2021
  • Enrollment date (expected): 02.07.2021

October Intake (10.2021)

  • Application deadline: 24.09.2021
  • Enrollment date (expected): 09.10.2021

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

  • Successfully completed an undergraduate degree or higher in a business-related discipline at a recognized university; OR
  • Successfully completed an undergraduate degree or higher in a non-business related discipline AND a Graduate Certificate of Business Administration granted by UEH-ISB.

ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS

Stage 1:

  • Overall IELTS (Academic) band score 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any skill) or equivalent; or
  • Pass at least 80% of the English Placement Test organized by Western Sydney Vietnam

Stage 2:

  • IELTS (Academic) 6.5 or equivalent; or
  • Pass at least 80% of the English Placement Test organized by Western Sydney Vietnam

Application Checklist

  • Application Form
  • One (01) Certified copies of Degree
  • One (01) Certified copies of Academic Transcripts
  • Certified copy of English Certificate (if applicable)
  • TWO (02) photographs 4×6 (taken no more than 06 months)
  • Certified copy of National Identity Card
  • Original Health Certificate
  • Original Curriculum Vitae

Tuition Fee – Scholarship

TUITION FEE

  • Units: 10 (100 credits)
  • Business Project: 1 (20 credits)
  • Unit price (10 credits): 1,200 USD
  • Total tuition fee: 14,400 USD

Note:

  • Fees for the English Academic Program, Pre MBA Program are not included in the tuition fee above
  • Tuition fee is paid according to the number of enrolled courses and need to be completed before each semester starts
  • Tuition fee can be adjusted to no more than 10% each year.

LOCATION & SCHOLARSHIPS

Stage 1:

Location: Western Sydney Vietnam

Stage 2:

Location: Western Sydney Vietnam

Location: Western Sydney University (Australia)

Onshore Academic Excellence Scholarship

  • 5,000 AUD scholarship if transferring to study at WSU for 1 year, and achieving GPAs of at least 75% of 04 units at UEH-ISB;
  • 2,500 AUD scholarship if transferring to study at WSU for 6 months, and achieving GPAs of at least 75% of 04 units at UEH-ISB.

International Bursary

  • 3,000 AUD scholarship if transferring to study at WSU for 1 year, and completed 04 units in stage 1;
  • 1,500 AUD scholarship if transferring to study at WSU for 6 months, and completed 04 units in stage 1.

Study Loans

In order to create opportunities for the young Vietnamese talented to develop their knowledge, UEH-ISB cooperates with Bella Group to provide Education Finance.

Depending on your needs and financial situation, students can choose a suitable installment payment method:

Installment payments via Education Finance (EduFin)

  • With the installment plan in 18 months, students have to pay 13,290,000VND / month
  • With the installment plan in 24 months, students have to pay 9,970,000VND / month

Installment payments through the bank

  • With the installment plan in 36 months, students have to pay 7,900,000VND / month
  • With the installment plan in 48 months, students have to pay 6,200,000VND / month
  • With the installment plan in 60 months, students have to pay 5,200,000VND / month

Our Students & Alumni

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“Western Sydney MBA is one of the most meaningful experiences in my life. We do not only acquire such comprehensive knowledge but also get the opportunities to improve our mindset, share our experiences, and transition theory into practice.”

VO THI NGOC MY – Western Sydney MBA 2018
Team Leader of Business Development & Strategies – Navigos

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Our Faculty

Lecturers are experts in different fields from MNCs and professors from top Australian and American universities, with degrees from PhD (PhD) or higher, with extensive experience in both teaching and practice in a global business environment. Find out more about our faculty!

Bahaudin Mujtaba

Professor - PhD in Human Resources Management

Chor Ghee Lim

Master of International Studies

Duc Vo

PhD in Economics

Howard Nicholas

PhD in Economics

Khai Dinh

PhD in Economics

Lam Nguyen

Professor - PhD in International Business and Management

Liem Ngo

Associate Professor - PhD in Marketing

Michael Saram

Business transformation expert

Quan Tran

Associate Professor - PHD in Business

Sakda Siriphattrasophon

Associate Professor - PhD in Development Management

Sarath Delpachitra

PhD in Economics and Finance

Stephen Waters

Professor - PhD in Supply Chain Management

Tuan Doan

PHD IN FINANCE

Thao Tran

PHD IN BUSINESS

Thu Phan

PHD IN BUSINESS

Brochure

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Contact of our Admission Team:

  • Address: 17 Pham Ngoc Thach Street, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Email: mba@westernsydney.edu.vn
  • Hotline: 028 3930 5294