I A D B Programme Sheet E S E I 2

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I A D B Programme Sheet E S E I 2

  1. 1. ADVANCED DIPLOMAInternational Advanced Diploma in BusinessEquivalent to year 2 of a 3 year UK honours degree | HE Level 1 (Intermediate), NationalQualifications Framework (NQF) Level: 5Overview role of marketing in contributing to the success of organisations isThe International Advanced Diploma in Business (IADB) is the second emphasised.year of the NCC Education Business Degree Journey. The programme • Human Resource Management - explores the dynamic rolebuilds on the knowledge gained during the International Diploma of human resource management policies and practices inin Business (IDB) by exposing students to greater detail and more contemporary organisations and their contribution to the goalsadvanced topics in a range of areas including economics, marketing, of those organisations. It defines and critically examines the majorfinance and management. philosophies, policies, procedures and practices related to the management of human resources.During the teaching of the programme, students will be exposed to abalance of academic and vocational subjects in order to provide them • Understanding Consumer Behaviour - provides an understanding ofwith the necessary knowledge and skills to play a significant role in customers’ needs and the complexity of the decision making processbusiness organisations. customers undertake in both consumer and industrial markets. • Operations Management (Elective) - explores the operationsOn successful completion of the programme, students will be able to management function and its basis in creating and sustaining effectivecontinue study on one of the NCC Education final year Business top- and efficient operations which deliver the products or services in aup programmes. manner which achieves the objectives of the organisation. StudentsEntry Requirements will analyse this with respect to cost, quality, flexibility, dependability and speed.On entry a student must have at least one of the following: • Applications of Financial Control - builds on a student’s knowledge• The NCC Education International Diploma in Business (IDB) of fundamental financial concepts in financial and management qualification accounting by considering the applications of these topics in aApplicants who are not NCC Education graduates and whose first business environment and by examining a set of more advancedlanguage is not English will need: issues.• IELTS 6 or equivalent • Cross Culture awareness - explores how culture affectsProgramme Structure management practice, from organisational structure to strategyThe programme is made up of eight 15-credit modules (seven and human resource management. Students will have an increasedcore modules and a choice of one from two elective modules), awareness of their own and other people’s cultures and their impacteach of which requires an average of 150 hours of study; around on business and management.40 of these are based in the classroom. • Technology and Organisation (Elective) - introduces studentsIn normal full-time delivery, the programme is delivered in two to the subject of Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) in15-week semesters (12 teaching weeks) in which four modules organisations, taking a broad management perspective. Students willare studied. This model can be adapted in a number of ways for demonstrate an understanding of the current and future role offull and part-time students. IS&T in modern organisations, including an appreciation of the social, cultural and political aspects that are important to the successfulStudents must study the following four core modules: adoption of technology.• Managerial Economics - examines how an organisation can achieve its objectives most efficiently through the application of micro- economic theory and the tools of analysis of decision science, such as statistics and quantitative methods. It demonstrates how economic analysis can be used in formulating business policies.• Quantitative Methods - provides an overall understanding of how and why statistical and mathematical techniques are used in making economic and business decisions.• Marketing Management - highlights the need for managers to view the role of marketing as critical to their organisation. The crucial ESEI International Business School Plaza Adriano, nº1bis 08021 Barcelona, Spain T: + 34(0) 93 417 46 77 F: + 34 (0) 93 241 87 91 E: info@esei.es W: www.eseibusinessschool.com
  2. 2. ADVANCED DIPLOMAAssessment ProgressionAssessments for all modules will be offered in two assessment cycles The qualification allows entry to either NCC Education’seach year (June and December). final year top-up programmes in Business (further entryThe following modules are assessed by examination: requirements may apply) or the 3rd year of many UK university programmes of study. Details of these can be found in the• Managerial Economics NCC Education University Articulations document and on the• Quantitative Methods• Operations Management NCC Education website.• Applications of Financial Control Further Information• Technology and Organisation More detailed programe information is available from yourThe following modules are assessed by assignment: Accredited Partner Centre.• Marketing Management © NCC Education 2009/10 all rights reserved.• Human Resource Management The information in this factsheet is correct at the time of• Understanding Consumer Behaviour publication. However, NCC Education reserves the right to• Cross Cultural Awareness make alterations to the programme at any time.Award ConditionsThe NCC Education International Advanced Diploma in Business(IADB) will be awarded when all eight modules have been passed(i.e. each module has a grade of ‘Pass’ or better) within the three-yeareligibility period. A module is passed when an overall module mark of Full-Time Classroom40% or more is attained. Where a student needs to resit a module, basedhe/she must do so within the three-year eligibility period of theprogramme.DurationNormally one year full-time.Delivery MethodFace-to-face.Accreditation StatusNCC Education is accredited to award the IADB by OfQual (Officeof the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator) in England. OfQualQualification reference number 100/6397/3. To learn more about NCC Education, its programmes, affiliations and partnerships, please visit the NCC Education website www.nccedu.com For programme enquiries, please contact your Accredited Partner Centre MKT_07_IADB Programme Sheet

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