Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management Level 7
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Prizes and scholarships are offered to selected students.
About the Programme
Become the strongest link in the chain
If you want to enhance your industry skills and knowledge and take your freight forwarding or logistics career along a management path, this programme has been designed with you in mind.
You may already be working in the industry in middle management or aspire to take on management responsibilities in the future. Or you may be looking to get into the industry.
When you graduate you’ll be able to efficiently carry out the tasks required of intermediate and management roles within the freight forwarding and logistics industry. You’ll be able to establish systems, research and develop solutions to problems, and implement and evaluate strategies for optimising efficiency.
|Study Method||Full-time or distance learning|
|Qualification||MIT Graduate Certificate|
One semester (full time)
|Applications||Close when the programme is full|
|Start Dates||February and July|
|International Student Fees||$8,725 per semester|
New Zealand Maritime School
Applicants must meet the following entry requirements:
- Have successfuly completed an appropriate NQF Level 6 or 7 programme, e.g. a Diploma in Business, Bachelor of Business or equivalent
- Have successfuly completed the MIT Diploma in Supply Chain Management (Level 5) plus relevant work experience
- Have successfuly completed the MIT Diploma in Shipping and Freight (Level 5) plus relevant work experience
- Mature students of 20 years of age or more with evidence of at least three years relevant work experience at a senior operational level or equivalent (prospective mature students may be asked to complete a research essay to show academic prowess) and
- Have English language competence to undertake this programme which is taught and assessed in English. Any applicant whose first language is not English must provide evidence of an overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent
All applicants will be interviewed. The interview will also provide an opportunity to outline the programme and to ensure the applicant is aware of the course content and assessment policies. The interview will also ensure that the applicant has applied for the most appropriate level of programme by assessing work experience, prior learning and aptitude. Alternative means to assess these criteria will be adopted where an interview is not practicable, e.g. in the case of international applicants. The interview will provide an opportunity to assess the following attributes:
- Personal presentation and discipline
- Communication skills
- Attitude and motivation to learn and succeed.
Note: Applicants are welcome to bring a support person to the interview. Prospective students who meet the entry criteria and interview requirements will be accepted in order of application until the programme is full. Preference may be given to graduates from the MIT Diploma in Supply Chain Management and the MIT Diploma in Shipping and Freight.
Students complete the following courses:
- Managing Risk in the Supply Chain
- Transport and Maritime Law
- Logistics Practice
- Logistics Management.
Further Training or Study
Bachelor of Applied Management
Intermediate and management positions in the freight forwarding and logistics industry.