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Management Studies courses

Southern Institute of Technology

Graduate Diploma In Applied Management

  • Duration : 1 Year
  • Intake : Nov
  • Level : Undergraduate Diploma
  • Tuition & fees : $ 19,000 Per Year
  • IELTS : 6.0
  • TOEFL : 60
  • PTE : 50


About this course

The aim of the Graduate Diploma in Applied Management is to provide students who already have a degree, or extensive applicable experience, with advanced theoretical and applied knowledge in Applied Management.

Students will learn how to analyse strategic issues facing organisations, understand costing and financial management processes and develop and implement appropriate policies in operations and general management.

The programme offers a blend of theoretical and practical learning, with an emphasis on the development of soft skills for management (such as communication, presentation, interpersonal and problem solving skills) in addition to the development of specific business knowledge.

Career Opportunities

Students who have completed a Graduate Diploma in Applied Management will gain employment in organisations where they will critically analyse strategic issues, develop and implement appropriate policies in the areas of operations and general management, and understand costing and financial management processes.  They will solve problems, both independently, and as part of a team.

Satisfactory Completion

For students to be considered to have satisfactorily completed this programme and be eligible for the awarding of the qualification Graduate Diploma in Applied Management, they must have completed all scheduled course work requirements and assessments, successfully completed assessment requirements for all papers, and achieved a total of 120 credits as specified in the programme schedule. The timeframe for completion of this programme is five years.

Assessments

Assessments may include, but are not limited to: tests, assignments, case studies, presentations, reports and final examinations.

Assessments for the Dissertation and Internship papers may also include a research proposal, literature review, research report and presentation.

Southern Institute of Technology Highlights

University Type Public University
Campus Setting Urban
Establishment Year 1971
No. of Students 13,758
Cost of Attendance 8,000-26,000 NZD (annually)
Applications Accepted Online/Offline
Work-Study Available
Intake Type Semester wise
Mode of Program Full time and online

Southern Institute of Technology Average Tution Fees

Programmes Course Fees Resource Fee Total Fees Duration
Masters NZ$24,000 NZ$2,400 NZ$26,400 Per 18 months
Postgraduate Diploma - Business NZ$18,000 NZ$2,100 NZ$20,100 Per 18 months
Postgraduate Diploma NZ$18,000 NZ$2,100 NZ$20,100 Per 12 months (42 weeks)
Postgraduate Certificate NZ$18,000 NZ$2,100 NZ$20,100 Per 12 months (42 weeks)
Postgraduate Certificate NZ$9,000 NZ$1,650 NZ$10,650 Per 6 months (20 weeks)
Graduate Diplomas NZ$17,000 NZ$2,000 NZ$19,000 Per year
Graduate Certificates NZ$8,000 NZ$1,000 NZ$9,000 Per 17-21 weeks
Bachelor Degrees NZ$17,000 NZ$2,000 NZ$19,000 Per year
Diplomas NZ$14,000 NZ$2,000 NZ$16,000 Per year
Certificate programme NZ$14,000 NZ$2,000 NZ$16,000 Per year
Certificate programme NZ$7,000 NZ$1,000 NZ$8,000 Per 17 weeks or less
Certificate programme NZ$9,500 NZ$1,000 NZ$10,500 Per 17-25 weeks
English language NZ$320 NZ$0 NZ$320 Per week
SIT2LRN Distance Learning
(from overseas only)
NZ$100 per credit   NZ$100 Per credit

 

New Zealand Living Expenses

In addition to your tuition and insurance fees, you will need between $20,000 and $25,000 per year ($380–480 per week) for accommodation/rent, food expenses, transportation costs, phone bills, internet usage and entertainment. No matter what your tuition or course fee is, the average living expense will be same for everyone. Please note that these amounts are just recommendations, Immigration New Zealand requirement is $15,000 per year plus return airfare or additional $2,000.

General expenses Cost
(in NZ dollars)
Rent (per month) $800–$950
Groceries (per week) $100–$150
Gym membership (per year) $300
Entertainment (per week) $50
Milk (per litre) $3
Coca Cola (per can) $2
Cup of Coffee $3–$5
Lunch from University food hall or campus café $7–$12
Local calls made from a cell-phone $0.50–$1.50
Taxi - 5 km ride $10–$12
Movie ticket $10–$14
Visit to doctor $45–$85
Fees components - (1st year Fees and expense)

Tuition & fees :

$ 19,000

Total

$ 19,000

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