Qualification Overview

Qualification Title ICL Diploma in Business (Level 6)
Qualification Type Diploma
Level 6
Credits 300
Subject Area
  • Management and Commerce » Business and Management » International Business
Strategic Purpose Statement
Graduates of this course will have knowledge and critical understanding of the established principles of business and management, and of the way in which these principles have developed; ability to apply concepts and principles to new business and management situations; knowledge and understanding of the main methods of enquiry in business and management, and the ability to evaluate critically the suitability of different approaches to business problem solving; an understanding of the limits of knowledge, and how this influences analyses and interpretations based on that knowledge; ability to use effectively a range of techniques to undertake critical analyses of business scenarios, and to propose solutions; ability to effectively communicate results of their studies/research to a variety of typical audiences; ability to develop new general skills relevant to the area of business and management, including the development of skills for employment in posts of responsibility within organisations. Graduates will also complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business.
Entry Requirements
Academic entry qualification: students must: have 50 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above, with at least 12 credits in each of three subjects, including eight Level 1 literacy credits and eight Level 1 numeracy credits, or a Sixth Form Certificate, or equivalent, if you are under 20 years; ie International students must have completed high school. Applicants 20 years and over are mature applicants and need no formal qualification but must demonstrate that they are enthusiastic and motivated; or have successfully completed at least one NZDipBus paper at another NZQA accredited institution; or have completed a substantial part of, or an entire, Level 5 diploma.

English language qualification: International students must have attained an acceptable level of English fluency. This fluency may be demonstrated by a minimum of IELTS 6 with no individual band lower than 5.5 or TOEFL score of 550 for full entry to the programme. [Provisional entry is available with an IELTS score of 5.5 (or its equivalent) and this enrolment is conditional on concurrent English support. Students on provisional entry are required to take 469; Academic Skills for Business as a pre-requisite or co-requisite for any other NZDB papers]; or have successfully completed at least one NZdipBus paper at another NZQA accredited institution; or have completed a substantial part of, or an entire, Level 5 diploma.
For students less than 20 years old please refer to entry requirements for NZDipBus on the NZQA website.
Developed By ICL Education Limited
Quality Assured By Quality Assurance Division, NZQA
Number 111281
Status Discontinued
Created August 2008
Last Date For Entry March 2017
Discontinued January 2019

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