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Diploma in Business (Advanced) (Sustainability,Productivity)

House of Montrose Limited

Subject area

Business and Management not elsewhere classified


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Entry requirements

Both national and international learners must be at least 20 years of age
in the year of study and hold as a minimum a Level 5 Diploma in
Business and 3 years' experience in a business, or Level 6 Diploma in
Business and two years' experience in a business; or degree and one
year of experience in a business; or the applicant can demonstrate
equivalent level 6 academic plus practical, professional or technical
knowledge and skills in an entrance examination and admission
interview that would be held prior to confirmation of enrolment.
All applicants will be interviewed to evaluate their readiness and interest
in the sub-field they wish to study as part of the entry selection process.
International learners who have achieved their qualifications in non-
English speaking educational settings must also provide evidence of
having achieved an NZQA: IELTS Academic score of 6 with no band
score lower than 5.5 or a General IELTS level of 6 across all bands or
TOEFL score of 550 (with essay score of 5 TWE, TOEFL iBT score of
79 or higher with a reading score of 20 or UofC ESOL FCE or CAE
with score of 52 or higher or NZCEL Level 4.
Applicants who have not successfully completed a level 6 paper in
Finance (for example NZDipBus 603 or equivalent) will be required to
undertake NZDip Bus 603 or equivalent additional paper before they
may enter the Finance paper in this course.

About the course

What can I expect out of this qualification?

Course content includes sustainable business planning and strategy,
sustainable business structures and networks, sustainable services and
products, sustainable business marketing, sustainable business finance,
sustainable business resources, managing productivity, Lean Six Sigma
for productivity, applied business research methods, and professional
advisor studies.

Scholarship information

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Rural Women New Zealand Text Book Grant for Tertiary Students

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$500 each

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Contact details

Main Campus Office

Phone: (07) 846 7446

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