Since the partnership cooperation in 2012, Binus University International and Victoria University of Wellington (VUW) has been working closely to strive excellence in academic curricula, learning experience and to enhance educational opportunities for both students from Binus and VUW. The cooperation also promotes international inbound and outbound students and faculties.
The following study plan refers to the 2 + 2 dual degree program with VUW.
Within this cooperation, Binus students are entitled to receive a double degree designation, from Binus University International and Victoria University of Wellington. The degrees are:
- S.E from Binus University International
- B.Com from VUW
Victoria University of Wellington, Pipitea Campus
The study design is based on the agreement of either a 2 + 2 year program or 2.5 + 1.5 year program. Such study arrangements are based on the major that is chose by students. Students are required to study at least 1.5 years in VUW. The following illustrate the length of study in both universities:
The 2 + 2 Study Plan Arrangement
Victoria University of Wellington – Old Government Building Campus
The 2.5 + 1.5 Study Plan Arrangement
The following is the major offered in VUW, note that the yellow box indicates the course that needs to be taken in VUW.
- BCOM Accounting (ACCY) Major
- BCOM Actuarial Science (ACTS) Major
- BCOM Management (MGMT) Major
- BCOM Economics (ECON) Major
- BCOM Finance (FINA) Major
- BCOM Human Resources & International Relations (HRIR) Major
- BCOM International Business (IBUS) Major
- BCOM Commercial Law (COML) Major
- BCOM Public Policy (PUBL) Major
- BCOM Marketing (MARK) Major
- BCOM Taxation (TAXN) Major
- BCOM Information Systems (INFO) Major
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Wellington’s Parliament Building
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