This program is offered through Globalinks at Swinburne University of Technology.
GlobaLinks Learning Abroad has designed the Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak program with your individual student goals in mind. It is built around a unique Discovery Model which is delivered by some of the best staff in study abroad, both in the U.S. and overseas, in order to provide you with an individualized experience through discovery in 5 key areas: personal, academic, cultural, social, and professional. Learn more about the Discovery Model.
GlobaLinks Learning Abroad, formerly known as AsiaLearn, offers semester/year abroad programs at SUT-Sarawak a b ranch campus of Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. In the Good Universities Guide 2010, Swinburne was awarded a 5-star rating for its teaching quality, generic skills, and graduate satisfaction with the overall educational experience. Swinburne is currently the only Australian University invited to be a member of the European Consortium of Innovative Universities, which aims to foster student and staff mobility and share innovative programs to give students a competitive edge in today’s global employment market.
In the year 2000, Swinburne University of Technology in partnership with the State Government of Sarawak, Malaysia opened SUT-Sarawak Campus in the capital city of Kuching. The courses and degree programs are identical to those taught at the main campus in Melbourne, Australia and instruction is in English. Students from across Malaysia and from over 30 countries including Australia, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Germany, and Uzbekistan attend Swinburne Sarawak.
The Sarawak campus is equipped with the latest educational technologies and all subjects have a web presence in addition to face-to-face delivery by faculty. Swinburne is committed to the internationalization of its curriculum and the courses offered are designed to prepare graduates to live and work in a world in which professionals need to be capable of high levels of interaction with international economies and societies.
The campus is a multi-cultural environment with international students coming from over 30 countries. The total campus population is over 3,000 students. The 16.5 acre campus includes well equipped laboratories, lecture and seminar rooms, engineering workshops, computer labs, a state-of-the-art digital resource center, high-speed internet access, cafeteria, student lounge, gym, sporting facilities and on campus dormitories.