The three stages of the Global English Skills program (refer to The English Language Framework below) are also available in through part-time study.
This program is for students who need to enhance their English language skills in order to progress to undergraduate programs. Entry to the course is at IELTS level 3.5-4.0/CFR A2+/B1. Students entering at a lower level, will join the Global English Skills program first before progressing to the UOWD English Language Pathway program.[/vc_column_text]
For individuals or small groups who wish to learn Arabic for use in the workplace or simply for pleasure, we also offer Arabic language training in a private or semi-private tuition mode.[/vc_column_text]
Financial Technology (FinTech) is currently a matter of hot debate in the financial industry as the banking and finance sector embraces (or seek to embrace) technological innovations. FinTech provides significant opportunities in terms of (1) exploring new markets, (2) enhancing market participants’ interactions and (3) improving efficiency. Nonetheless, these new innovations come with challenges such as regulatory framework, political uncertainty, data security and tax implications.[/vc_column_text]
The Foundation Studies Program (FSP) is a university preparation program specifically designed to assist students who need additional support to advance their academic skills in order to meet the admission requirements for undergraduate studies.
Students enrolled in this program will develop a wide range of essential study skills, including academic English skills, research skills, literacy and numeracy skills. It also provides subject specific knowledge necessary for successful progression into the chosen areas of studies such as Business, Humanities, Information Sciences, Engineering and Computer Science.
Blockchain is disruptive technology that is expected to revolutionise the world of trusted transactions. Through a combination of cryptographic techniques, a distributed, shared, and immutable ledger, consensus validation of transactions, and a financial audit trail, Blockchain is poised to do for businesses what the Internet did for communication.[/vc_column_text]
Currently, the cost of cybercrime for the global economy has been estimated at $445 billion annually. The need to protect a company’s online data infrastructure is now more important as information technology continues to advance.
In partnership with IBM’s skills academy, the University of Wollongong in Dubai is offering the Security Intelligence Engineering Training.
With the business environment being very dynamic and competitive, it is necessary for organisations to know how to combine and manage organisational systems to ensure the full optimisation and effectiveness of all of its resources. Quality management and business excellence frameworks such as the EFQM framework, have been used extensively on a transnational scale to drive organisational performance and a necessity to compete in highly globalised environments.[/vc_column_text]
Innovation is key to promoting economic growth, increasing competitiveness and providing new job opportunities. Without innovation and the leadership to drive it forward, an organisation will not be able to survive in today’s global business environment. Innovation leadership combines different leadership styles to influence employees to produce and implement creative ideas, products and services to achieve organisational goals.[/vc_column_text]
People spend 30% of their time and income on daily commutes. Public transportation agencies are challenged to find ways to increase convenience, improve the travel experience, and lower costs. Business analytics uses real-time data to anticipate and control congestions, helping traffic systems flow smoothly. In partnership with IBM’s skills academy, the University of Wollongong in Dubai is offering the Business Intelligence and Data Mining training.[/vc_column_text]