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HLSCC invites applications for business management master’s programme

HLSCC - Saturday, March 10th, 2012 at 1:53 AM

The Manchester Metropolitan University will begin another Master’s programme in Business Management from 23 April at H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, and applications are being invited from eligible persons.

Eligible candidates include graduates of the Chartered Management Institute Executive Diploma Level 7 programme, or persons with a Bachelor’s Degree who have completed CMI Level 7 or CMI Level 5.  Persons who hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Business or equivalent qualifications at the first degree level in a Business related subject area are also eligible.

During the course of study, MMU will retain full academic control over of the programme and there will be the same level of support for students in the BVI, including delivery of workshops, as that afforded to those in the United Kingdom.

Distance learning materials will be provided, as well as access to extensive electronic resources, and all student outcomes will be assessed by MMU tutors and subject to normal external examiner scrutiny. Quality assurance mechanisms will be provided by programme committees and other internal mechanisms at the University.

Candidates will need to submit notarised copies of certificates and transcripts with their application. All transcripts will be reviewed by MMU and the institution will advise applicants of their acceptance. The programme could last for two years or less, depending on the level of entry of each candidate.

MMU is part of the largest higher education campus in the U.K. and one of the most extensive education centres in Europe. The next cohort of students will be the seventh to take the programme at HLSCC.

For more information about the programme, or to apply, please contact Senior Administrative Officer at HLSCC Janice Dawson, tel. 852-7194, email jdawson@hlscc.edu.vg. More information about the University is available from http://www.mmu.ac.uk/.

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