Our international partnerships with education providers means that the University of Canberra has a global reach. We offer innovative programs open to students in China, Bhutan and Singapore, creating important and meaningful cultural and professional connections. It also provides opportunities for our Australian-based students to undertake units with our global partners.
East China University of Science and Technology
The East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST) is a research university located in Shanghai, China. Originally established as an institution highly specialised in the field of chemistry, it has evolved into a comprehensive university that covers all academic disciplines and offers a large variety of majors. The school encompasses two campuses and a science park in the Xuhui, Fengxian and Jinshan districts of Shanghai. UC has a longstanding partnership with ECUST to deliver a Master of Business Administration in China.
Ningbo University is a young, comprehensive university with teaching programs across economics, law, education, liberal arts, history, science, engineering, agronomy, medicine and management. It is a major university in the Zhejiang Province. UC has a longstanding partnership with Ningbo University to deliver a Master of Business Administration in China.
PBS Academy - Singapore
Once known as Singapore’s Productivity and Standards Board, PSB Academy is known today as “The Future Academy”, with an approach to education that focuses on what really matters: performance in the New Economy. In 2017, the Academy was conferred “Education Institution of the Year” by APAC Insider and earned 2 consecutive SBR National Business Awards in 2017/18 in the Education category for outstanding work in the region.UC has been a direct partner of PSB Academy since 2015.
Royal Institute of Management - Bhutan
The Royal Institute of Management (RIM), established as the country's apex management training institute, has been mandated to "impart, promote and improve professional knowledge and skills in management and public administration in both public as well as the private sector in the nation" towards complementing the achievement of Bhutan's national goal. The institute was established in 1986 and was incorporated as an autonomous institute in 1990 under the Royal Charter with a Board of Directors as its governing authority. UC has a longstanding partnership with RIM, which now delivers a Master of Business Administration in Bhutan.