The University of Manchester was an early adopter of transnational education and now has 25 years' experience in this field. Over the years, we've forged strong global partnerships with corporates and high profile educational partners, and we've established 6 global centres in 4 continents: Manchester, Dubai, Hong Kong, São Paulo, Shanghai, and Singapore.
Our tradition of success in learning and research stretches back over 180 years, encompassing the birth of the modern computer, the splitting of the atom and the founding principles of modern economics. Many more world-changing innovations have their roots here, at The University of Manchester. Rated 2nd in the UK in terms of ‘research power’ in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, we enjoy a global reputation for our pioneering research, which enhances our problem-based approach to undergraduate learning.
Singapore, Southeast Asia Centre
A 100% owned subsidiary of The University of Manchester, the Southeast Asia Centre has established its presence since 1992 and runs flexible Global MBA for professionals with diverse backgrounds. It now supports nearly 300 students and has graduated more than 1000 students in Southeast Asia and Oceania region.
Our international academics travel the world teaching at our 6 global centres. Many of our academics are equipped with industry knowledge and extensive links with the public, private including third sector organisations around the world. They lead the debate, influence opinion and policy, and drive change.
Manchester Worldwide Institute of Higher Education (South East Asia)
CPE Registration No.: 201022477R
Period: 28 September 2016 to 27 September 2020
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