The Diploma in Business ( MQF Level 5) is provided in conjunction with NCC Education and is equivalent to the first year of a BSc(Hons) UK degree with the University of Wolverhampton. The programme exposes students to many different aspects of international business in today’s world. Students who embark on this programme are exposed to both academic and vocational aspects of a wide range of subjects, providing students with the necessary knowledge and skills vital for a career in business or to further their studies.
This qualification is ideal for students who have obtained their secondary education certificate or matriculation certificate. It is also suitable for mature students who are currently employed and wish to change their career or enhance their ICT skills. In the case of mature students, work experience and qualifications other than O’ and A’ levels are taken into consideration.
The Diploma is offered on both full time and part-time evening. Students are given access to study and reading material. Assessments are provided and corrected by NCC Education and consist of several examinations and assignments.
The NCC Education Diploma in Business is a great way to expand your knowledge in Business and Management and pursue a career in Business management. It is equivalent to the first year of 3 year Honours Degree.
The three-year degree framework of study includes;
First year: NCC Diploma in Business (MQF Level 5)
Second year: BA (Hons) Business Management Year 2 (MQF Level 5)
Third year: BA (Hons) Business Management Year 3 (MQF Level 6)
Second year: BA (Hons) Business Management and Human Recourses Year 2 (MQF Level 5)
Third year: BA (Hons) Business Management and Human Recourses Year 3 (MQF Level 6)
Second year: BA (Hons) Business Management-Marketing year 2 (MQF Level 6)
Thirds year: BA (Hons) Business Management-Marketing year 3 (MQF Level 6)
Students who successfully complete this qualification gain direct entry to the 2nd year Top-up BA (Hons) Business Management-Human Resources(MQF Level 5) offered by the University of Wolverhampton Malta.