Adventures in far-away places - two new overseas partner universities

The international ISM network continues to grow. ISM students are now able to spend a semester studying at universities in the USA and Southeast Asia. Both have been awarded the prestigious international AACSB accreditation and provide access to top level international teaching.


Curtin University Singapore is an off-shore campus of Australia's Curtin University of Technology and was inaugurated in 2008. The university, located in the heart of Singapore city, offers students a wide range of business administration courses, such as Business Information Systems, Mircoeconomics and Entrepreneurship. Staff at the university help exchange students find accommodation before arriving in the bustling metropolis, which also happens to be one of the cleanest and safest cities in the world. Curtin University Singapore is open to students on Global Track courses (except LL.B. Business Law) and master's courses in International Management and International Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

The city of Wilmington is situated half way between New York City and Miami. The University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) first opened its doors in 1947 and now has an enrolment of roughly 16,000 students. International students are attracted to the university by its excellent reputation and the special atmosphere in the coastal city. Wilmington is not just a magnet for surfers but also for the film industry – a number of television productions are filmed in the Wilmington area. UNCW is open to students on the Global Track courses International Management, Marketing & Communications Management, Finance & Management and Psychology & Management as well as the master’s programmes International Management, Strategic Marketing Management, Finance and Psychology & Management.



The University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW)