At a Glance


2 years


The PSO MBA Global is like any other prestigious MBA. And yet, it is like no other.

Admission PSO MBA Global


PSO Global MBA programs are designed to accommodate the schedules of managers with at least 5-year working experiences.

  • Foreigners engaged in employment within Vietnam or globally, as well as professionals employed in other provinces and cities.
  • Individuals who want to advance their careers or take on more significant leadership roles within their organizations.
  • People who need the flexibility to manage work, family, and other commitments while pursuing higher education.

Academic requirements

  • Successfully completed an undergraduate degree or higher in a business-related discipline which is recognized by Western Sydney University in Vietnam; OR
  • Successfully completed an undergraduate degree or higher in a non-business related discipline or graduated from universities in section 2 (according to Australian regulations) will study the Pre-MBA course before entering the program.

Pre-MBA program

  • Students are strongly encouraged to finish the Pre-MBA program before formally enrolling in the main program.
  • Upon enrolling in the Pre MBA program, including completing tuition fee and receiving the account to access the courses on Google classroom, students are given 3 months for self-study then take the revision sessions and exams of the 5 Pre MBA modules:
Pre-MBA CoursePrinciples of Marketing
Principles of Business
Principles of Accounting
Principles of Finance
Principles of Economics

English requirements

  • Year 1 (Stage 1): IELTS Academic 6.0 (no bands below 5.5) or equivalent; or at least 52 scores in Internet-based Placement Test.
  • Year 2 (Stage 2,3 and 4): IELTS Academic 6.5 (no bands below 6.0) or equivalent; or at least 80% in Paper-based Placement Test by Western Sydney.

*Students who have not meet the English language requirement equivalent to an IELTS score of 6.5 are encouraged to participate the EAP program to fulfill the English proficiency requirement for stage 2.

*Please contact the Admission Department for EAP course details and tuition fees.

Admission Timeline

Admission Timeline

July 2024

Oct 2024

Deadline of application (Fri)

28 June 2024

27 Sep 2024

Orientation day (Sat)

11 July 2024

05 Oct 2024

Offer Accept deadline

10 days from the day of the offer issue, depending on the offer

Payment required to accept offer

  • 10,000,000 VND by 10 days after offer's issuance date
  • The amount to accept the offer will be offset against the first year's tuition but is not refundable in any other circumstances.


  • Admissions Team sends checklist document required to students when students pay and accept the offer.
  • Bachelor’s degree (English or Vietnamese), Academic Transcript (English or Vietnamese), and soft copy English certificate are three required documents to consider. 
  • If university degrees/ academic transcript is bilingual, students please submit 02 notarized copies.
  • If the degree/academic transcript is in English only or Vietnamese only, please submit 01 notarized copy and 01 translation accordingly.
  • Resume can be certified by the current company.
  • Postgraduate Application form
  • One (01) Certified Copy of Bachelor Degree (notarized -English)
  • One (01) Certified Copy of Bachelor Degree (notarized – Vietnamese)
  • One (01) Certified Copy of Academic Transcript (notarized – English)
  • One (01) Certified Copy of Academic Transcript (notarized – Vietnamese)
  • English Certificate (Academic IELTS, TOEFL) (notarized)
  • National ID Card or Passport (notarized)
  • 4×6 photos taken no more than one year from the application deadline (with applicant’s full name, Date of Birth on the back)
  • Resume (notarized)
  • Original Health Certificate
  • Offer Letter
  • To ensure the validity of documents before submission to the program, students are required to email scanned copies of all prepared documents. Following the review, the program will provide feedback to the student, indicating the status of the documents, such as whether they are sufficient or missing, and if they are considered valid or invalid.
  • Students should send hard copies of their applications only after getting confirmation from the program that they are complete and legitimate.