The Level 5 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management offered by the London School of Planning and Management is a 120 credit size qualification, equivalent in size and level to the second year of a bachelor’s degree. Learners must complete the nine mandatory units, worth 100 credits and two optional units worth a minimum of 20 credits.
On successful completion of a Level 5 qualification in Business and Administrative Management there are a number of progression opportunities. Learners may progress to: a Level 6 Diploma or Extended Diploma in Business and Administrative Management or to other Certificates and Diplomas in Management at a higher level or a degree programme in a higher education institution or employment in the business or related sectors.
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The qualification is delivered by London School of International Business (LSIB) and it is awarded by ATHE, an Ofqual-regulated Awarding Body. All of the qualifications are listed on the Ofqual register.
Candidates will develop a holistic approach to business together with the analytical and evaluative skills necessary for those in management positions.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
This is an online programme. You can attend from the comfort of your chair! So you don't need a student visa!
5% Bursary for students opting to pay in full.
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