University of Macau Faculty of Business Administration – MSc in International Integrated Resort Management
One program . . . two degrees.
In 23 months, earn a Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree from Washington University and a Master of Science in International Integrated Resort Management degree from University of Macau (UM) Faculty of Business Administration (FBA).
You begin the program at WashU with a four-course/six-credit summer semester. Fall and spring semesters take place at UM. Return to WashU for a second summer semester when you rejoin the Global Master of Finance cohort for immersions in New York and Washington, DC. You conclude the program with final semesters at UM.
The Faculty of Business Administration of UM is accredited by AACSB. Fewer than five percenet of business schools across the globe have earned this distinction. FBA is a distinctive business school with key responsibilities in business and management education and nurturing leadership talents for the development of Macau and beyond. It provides student-centered education with strong real-world business elements through innovative technology-enhanced teaching and learning.
Student Life at University of Macau
The coexistence of Eastern and Western cultures, and the willingness of local people to accept different cultures, make Macao a popular choice for studying abroad. Every year, many international students from different parts of the world choose to study at the University of Macau. Read more about UM student life.
Housing at University of Macau
The University of Macau Student Affairs Office offers housing options through the Postgraduate House (PGH). PGH consists of four buildings, offering around 2,600 bed spaces. All the rooms in PGH are fully furnished and air-conditioned, excluding personal necessities and bedding (such as pillow, blanket, coverlet, bedsheets, etc.). PGH offers some public facilities (such as TV room, study room, small indoor sport venue, etc.), which can only be used by PGH students. More information, including space layouts and pricing, can be found on the Postgraduate House website. You can also review the Postgraduate House Accommodation News and Information page.
UM will provide program students with access to UM’s career services and support in seeking an internship. Olin will provide program students with access to a career advisor during summer terms.
For more information, visit UM's Internship and Career opportunities page and Olin's Weston Career Center website.
Program Tuition and Fees
See partners comparison chart for estimated 2019 tuition.
Tuition covers coursework, including immersion courses in New York City and Washington, DC. Additional costs covered only during WashU immersion courses include housing, some meals, transportation between New York and Washington, DC, and transportation back to St. Louis, Missouri.
Tuition does not include housing costs at either institution, textbooks, supplies, meal plans, or travel from your residential location to either of the campuses.
Health insurance is required but is not included with tuition for either UM or WashU.