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Murdoch University Dubai is a core branch of Murdoch University, which is based in Perth, Western Australia. Our vibrant campus in Dubai caters for the area's growing demand for skilled professionals across a range of industries. All courses follow the same academic requirements as the courses offered in Australia, taught by highly qualified international lecturers. The degrees awarded are issued from Australia and are exactly the same as the ones conferred on campus in Australia.
The Dubai campus was inaugurated in 2008 by His Excellency Shelkh Nahayan Bin Mubarak Al Nahayan, the UAE Minster of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and is situated at Dubai International Academic City. The branch is licenced by the Dubai Government regulator, Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).
Our flexible learning options are tailored to allow you to design your course of study in accordance with your own personal requirements. Why choose between Business and Media when you can do both? Our double major option allows you to combine two different disciplines into one well-rounded education without extending your time at university.
At Murdoch we are proud to have internationally qualified faculty teaching you globally recognized degrees. Regardless of whether you are a foundation program student or an undergraduate or postgraduate student, the quality of the teachers and the programs on offer are world class.
Studying at Murdoch University Dubai isn't just about learning in your chosen field. It's also about exploring new ways of thinking, discovering different perspectives and finding ways to make a difference.
We've got the support, facilities and flexibility to help you gain the skills, knowledge and life experience you need to reach your goals.
Love exploring what makes people think and act the way they do? In this course, you’ll learn established psychological knowledge and methods of investigation, along with the latest developments and exciting new trends in the field.
You’ll learn about all the major fields in psychology, including; human development through our lifespan; biological, social, and cultural influences on the individual person’ perception, emotion, learning, cognition, language and neuroscience; personality and individual differences; abilities and disabilities; psychological health and wellbeing, and psychological disorders.
The Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) gives you the chance to study psychology along with other subjects in the arts and humanities, and to build special expertise in the social and developmental areas of psychology. You’ll examine leading-edge research and practical applications in these fascinating areas of psychology, and explore how we make sense of ourselves.
This course allows you to build a valuable portfolio of technical and interpersonal skills and gives you the chance to develop superior analytical skills alongside contemporary scientific research methods for investigating human minds and behaviour. It will give you an in-depth understanding of human behaviour that you can use across many industries.
Accounting is an integral part of the management process in any business, public enterprise or not for profit entities. It acts as an evaluation and control aid when looking at the effectiveness and efficiency of the operations of an enterprise as well as employee performance. It provides information to assist users in making decisions for a variety of purposes, including the acquisition or sale of shares, lending of money, and provision of goods on credit.
You’ll also learn to interpret accounting and auditing standards as you gain new skills in financial statement analysis, forecasting and budgeting, negotiation, ethical decision-making and problem-solving.
Banking is an industry famous for offering a wide range of opportunities, great working conditions and a commitment to ongoing training and learning. Through this course, students are exposed to the issue of information asymmetry that exists between the borrower and the lender and the need to design contracts that reveal and monitor the quality of the borrower. The units also consider the nature and legal implications of the banker-customer relationship. The high debt that financial institutions have in their capital structure, the interest sensitivity of their assets and the liquidity that depositors demand result in unique interest, credit and liquidity risk management issues.
Banks and financial institutions work based on having debt built into their structure – and you’ll learn to understand the interest, credit and liquidity risk management issues that this can create. You’ll examine how the global banking system works and how it affects the local business environment, as well as international trade.
A Bachelor of Business in Finance will take your financial evaluation skills to the next level.
As part of your studies, you’ll learn the practical skills to identify business opportunities, analyse problems and implement solutions.
You’ll learn to become an innovative, creative and ethical thinker with the skills to confidently shape the interactions between business and society.
Human Resources Management professionals specialise in managing functions and activities concerned with attracting, maintaining and developing people within the organisation. A Bachelor of Business (Human Resources Management) will provide students with a body of knowledge that includes the understanding of historical perspectives and contemporary developments in Human Resources Management. Students will have knowledge of how research principles and methods inform Human Resources Management decision-making. Graduates of a Bachelor of Business (Human Resources Management) will demonstrate the application of knowledge and skills via the planning and completion of significant research-based or scholarship-centred projects.