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Duration 3 Days
Method / place Classes in London (London)
Suitability * Certificate Level
No formal qualification needed , but a higher level in the English language. (FCE, IELTS 5.5)
* Diploma Level
The ABE Certificate or two 'A' Levels or overseas qualification equivalent to the above. Students with none of the above qualification but with at least 2 years work experience are also welcomed.
* Advanced Diploma
Students must hold the ABE Diploma or a UK Honours Degree or equivalent qualification.
Course objectives The ABE Business Management programme provides a professional qualification which may be used to prepare directly for a career in business, to gain advanced entry to study for further professional qualifications or to obtain useful exemptions on a range of university business courses in the UK and elsewhere.
Price £3,240 + VAT
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ABE Business Management
The ABE Business Management programme provides a professional qualification which may be used to prepare directly for a career in business, to gain advanced entry to study for further professional qualifications or to obtain useful exemptions on a range of university business courses in the UK and elsewhere. The syllabi are regularly updated to ensure that they continue to reflect the evolving needs of contemporary business and the rapidly changing conditions within which such business operates. Such regular review ensures that ABE graduates receive a relevant and up-to-date qualification as a foundation on which to build a successful career in their chosen specialism. The nature of the programme is such as to provide students with not only an appreciation of the theoretical issues involved in the study of business, but with a range of practical skills which will enhance their value to potential employers. The early stages of the programme provide students with the academic subjects which underpin the remainder of the course. These subjects are then developed in an increasingly applied way as the programme proceeds, covering the major functional specialisms of business and culminating in a range of 'overview' subjects which provide broad strategic and international perspectives on business and management issues. Major themes running throughout the course include HRM (Human Resource Management), Finance and Accounting, Marketing and IT. These subjects are developed at each successive stage of the programme. This offers students the opportunity to specialise in one or more of these major disciplines and to select those options which reflect the student's particular interests or career plans. The Business Management Programme is offered at Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma level. The subjects and requirements for each level are indicated below.
All four subjects must be passed. 1.Introduction to Business 2.Introduction to Quantitative Methods 3.Introduction to Accounting 4.Introduction to Business Communication
The Certificate papers are set and marked to BTEC National Certificate standard / 'A' Level standard.
Following passes in the four subjects above, successful students will be awarded the Certificate in Business Administration.
It is suggested that 80 study hours should be devoted to each subject.
No exemption is granted from any subject in the Certificate programme.
DIPLOMA PART 1 All four subjects must be passed. 1.Economics 2.Organisational Behaviour 3.Accounting 4.Business Communication and Presentation
DIPLOMA PART 2 Four compulsory subjects: 1. Marketing 2.Human Resource Management 3.Quantitative Methods 4.Managerial Accounting Plus one from the following options: 5.Principles of Business Law 6.Systems Analysis
Upon completion of Diploma Part 1, successful students will be sent a scroll.
Following passes in the nine requisite Diploma subjects, students will be awarded the Diploma in Business Management.
It is suggested that 120 study hours should be devoted to each subject.
It is recommended that students sit the Diploma Part 1 examinations before attempting any subject in Diploma Part 2.
Exemptions from Diploma subjects (up to a maximum of six subjects) may be granted to holders of qualifications of certain other professional bodies, provided that such qualifications have been obtained by external examination
ADVANCED DIPLOMA Three compulsory subjects: 1.Corporate Strategy 2.Management Organisation 3.International Business
Plus two from the following options: 4.Strategic Marketing 5.Corporate Finance 6.Strategic Human Resource Management 7.Managing the Information Resource
Following passes in the requisite five subjects, the successful student will be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Business Management.
It is suggested that 150 study hours should be devoted to each subject.
No exemption is granted from any subject in the Advanced Diploma Examination.
Please note, you will not receive the certificate for each level successfully completed, however you will receive a slip with your grades. ABE issues certificates only if you have successfully completed a full stage.
05th January 2009