Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management (Chinese) (E-learning)
The Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management (Chinese) (E-learning) program is aimed at executives with adequate working experience in a management position who looks for career development and personal advancement as well as the opportunity to further continue their studies.
Minimum Age: 22 years old or above; AND
Academic Route: A Bachelor’s degree in any field, and the awarding institution must be registered with local authorities. work experience is not required.
Work experience Route: Applicant aged 30 or above, with at least 8 years’ managing experiences will be considered on case by case basis.
10 months (Part-time, E-learning)
23/12/2022, 27/1/2023, 3/3/2023, 7/4/2023, 12/5/2023, 16/6/2023, 16/7/2023, 20/8/2023, 24/9/2023, 29/10/2023, 10/12/2023, 14/1/2024, 25/2/2024
Students must complete all the subjects, by submitting assignments.
The postgraduate consists of 8 modules：
1. Strategic Planning
The aim of this module is to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to develop an organisational strategic plan.
2. Organisational Behaviour
The aim of this unit is to help learners develop an understanding of how organisational behaviour impacts on an organisation’s business and operation.
3. Human Capital and Leadership Theories
This unit aims to help learners develop their own personal leadership and management skills in the context of the creation and achievement of organisational vision and strategic direction.
4. International Business Environment
This module aims to equip learners with the ability to explore the international business environment and to develop knowledge and understanding of how organisations respond.
5. Managing Organisational Change
This unit aims to enable learners to develop the knowledge and skills to build a culture of continuous improvement in an organisation. The learners will have the opportunity to develop the skills required to plan organisational change.
6. International Marketing
This unit aims to enables learners to understand the requirements of international marketing, in particular, the financial considerations in entering and operating in international markets. Learners will also be able to develop an international marketing strategy and understand the implications and requirements of international marketing communications
7. Financial Management
The learners will develop knowledge, understanding and skills that will enable them to analyse internal and publicly available financial information. This will help to inform strategic decision making.
8. Business Research Methods
The aim of this unit is to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills required to carry out research to meet the needs of strategic business management.
Mode of Assessment:
Average Teacher-student Ratio:
Windsor Management College