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The Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary International Studies (PDCIS) exposes students to a wide range of international business and contemporary management issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.
The programme is designed to develop problem solving, critical analysis, team working skills and effective communication skills; It gives graduates the confidence and ability to tackle complex business resource management problems and to have a significant impact on a variety of situations and roles in the global market. This programme is self contained but can also be a first year for the Master of Contemporary International Studies (MCIS).
Graduates may apply for the research year of the Master of Contemporary International Studies or further postgraduate study in areas of socio-political, socio-environmental and sustainable development.
Key managerial skills: leadership, planning and organisation, analysis and decision-making, teamwork, integrity. Careers at supervisory and management levels where an understanding of international business, trade, politics and environmental, social and cultural sensitivity is required.
Programme Structure: 150 credits, one year, full time. 5 double-credit papers, 2 of which are compulsory: Research Methods and Resource Management
COMPULSORY PAPERS (YEAR ONE)
All postgraduate students are required to take five papers, with no more than two papers per term.
TWO compulsory papers
THREE elective papers
The following Level 8 papers may be offered:
Students successfully completing 150 credits may then graduate with a PDCIS.
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