A PG Certificate in Business Leadership for free
Class of 2020 - PG Certificate in Business Leadership
The PG Certificate in Business Leadership is an online, distance learning, programme, covering a nine-month period. You will study four modules as listed below:
- Marketing Strategy in an “Always-on” World: Learn how to research, analyse and develop strategy, with a view to adding value and building differentiation in the marketplace. Assessed by coursework and presentation.
- Leading, Managing and Developing Talent: Develop a critical understanding of the contribution that talent management can offer to organisations, while exploring alternative approaches to leadership, management and development. Assessed by coursework.
- Strategic Leadership: Learn how to successfully embed a sense of strong and purposeful leadership into a business and understand how leadership and strategic decision making can be effectively implemented to bring business success. Assessed by coursework.
- Project Management: Examine the critical aspects of good project management - requirements, prioritisation, budget, resources, risk and deadlines – while gaining experience of project management techniques and industry standard methodologies. Assessment by coursework and exam.
Applicants to the programme will be expected to possess the equivalent of a Bachelors Degree (with Honours), with a 2(ii) classification or better, and have the required standard of English language competency (for example, evidenced by having IELTS 6.5). You will also need to be in good standing with the University.
How to apply:
If you are interested in applying for a free place on this programme, send an email with your expression of interest to email@example.com, by Wednesday 12 August 2020. Please include your name and contact details, Bucks Student ID, and the required information about the Degree programme that you have just completed (see above). Free places on this programme are limited so ‘early bird’ communications from enthusiastic and genuinely interested people are encouraged.