The content of Level 3 Diploma in Business Studies qualification is focused on managing communication, business organisations in a global context, people management and finance, as well as an understanding of the research skills and personal development expected of a manager. It includes a broad range of highly relevant business and management subject areas, making it ideal for those who have started, or are planning to move into, a career in private of public sector business. The programme allows learners to acquire knowledge and understanding in a range of topics and to develop key skills they require to work in Business Management roles.
GSBF delivers high-quality and accredited programmes that are current and relevant. We offer over 20 programmes including finance, accounts, marketing, human resources and general management that are reflective of the new business landscape.
- Easy Fee payment plan. Pay as low as GBP £140 per month.
- Same Diploma as on-campus students.
- Diploma is recognised worldwide.
- Assessments via assignment submission.
For entry, learner must possess one of the following.
The Level 3 qualifications can be offered to Learners from age 16. It does not specify entry requirements for these qualifications.
You are awarded Level 3 Diploma in Business Studies at the end of the programme.
Assessment is through assignment. There are No exams.
The Level 3 Diploma in Business Studies consists of 4 mandatory units plus 2 optional unit that provide for a combined total of 60 credits:
- Personal, Professional and Academic Development
- Using IT for Business
- Fundamentals of Business Accounting
- Introduction to the Business Environment
- Customer Service Excellence
- Managing Business Events
- Introduction to Marketing
- Introduction to People Management
HR Officer, Senior HR Officer, Administrative Head, Placement Officer, Recruitment Coordinator, Recruiter, HR Consultant, HR Manager, Training and Development Officer, Learning and Development Officer etc.
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Last updated May 3, 2017