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1 Brit College 602 Commercial Road Limehouse Lock London E14 7HS E-Prospectus Quality Assured, Professional Education Course Information Revised Edition: October P a g e

2 Vision and Mission Statement To provide affordable further and higher education opportunities To work with university and awarding body partners to provide globally recognised UK educational qualifications which encourage our students to achieve their full potential To provide quality assured student focused professional education at competitive market rates. To encourage and develop active and independent higher learning Brit College has received confirmation from the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) that our Review for Educational Oversight will take place in October P a g e

3 Welcome Message Brit College is a well established, London based independent higher education provider. Brit College offers professional undergraduate and postgraduate level Ofqual recognised courses from Ofqual recognised Awarding Organisations. Brit College has been granted a licence by the UK Border Agency as Sponsor of Tier 4 students. Brit College is affiliated to many reputable institutions including; Edexcel, the British Computer Society, the Association of Business Executives, the Institute of Administrative Management, the Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management. Our programmes include Edexcel BTEC HND in Business and the Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership. OTHM Diploma programmes in Hospitality and Tourism Management, IAM Extended Diploma in Business and Administrative Management, ABE Graduate Integrated Diploma, and the BSC Professional Graduate Diploma Brit College is committed to provide high quality professional education with affordable fees. Brit College teaching staff are qualified professionals with industry experience, supported by a professional administration and support staff. We are also committed to providing up-to-date facilities to support our students learning experience. I hope you will enjoy your stay with us at Brit College and wish you every success with your studies with us. David Orford Acting Principal Review for Educational Oversight Brit College has undergone a review for educational oversight by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) and has received its final report, which is available in full at: We have received the following judgements from QAA: The review team has confidence in Brit College's management of its responsibilities for the standards of the awards it offers on behalf of its awarding body and organisations. The review team has confidence that Brit College is fulfilling its responsibilities for managing and enhancing the quality of the intended learning opportunities it provides for students. The review team concludes that reliance can be placed on the accuracy and completeness of the information that Brit College is responsible for publishing about itself and the programmes it delivers 3 P a g e

4 ACCA Qualification QCF level 5 Awarding Organisation Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Brief Description This is a 3-4 year course aimed at people who aspire to become a professional accountant. The course contains the skills and knowledge that will enable you to work confidently in the field of accountancy and build a successful career as a finance professional in any sector. The course contains a strong focus on professional values, ethics and governance and leads to professional membership of the ACCA. Entry requirements Entry pathway-1 Candidates with two A Levels and three GCSEs in five separate subjects (including English and Mathematics) or equivalent (e.g., International Baccalaureate) Entry pathway-2 Candidates with a technician level, entry or equivalent qualification (e.g. Foundations in Accountancy, Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) Qualification) are eligible to join the course from module F4 onwards. Entry pathway-3 Graduate entry for accredited degrees from recognised institutions. Candidates can apply for exemptions from one or all of the Fundamentals Level depending upon the nature of your previous qualifications. Other requirements (i.e. work experience etc) None. Course Outline In addition to passing the examinations, you will also need to complete the Professional Experience Requirement* and an Ethics module, to gain the ACCA Qualification. Progression and Career Prospects Successful completion of the ACCA Qualification will mean you can build your career in any part of the business and financial sectors. The skills and knowledge you will have gained will be in demand throughout the business world. 4 P a g e

5 Brit College offers tuition for a range of ACCA qualifications and is also an accredited Computer Based Examinations Centre. We offer full and part time tuition courses, revision and exam preparations workshops, with flexible day time, evening and weekend sessions. Brit College course include: Foundations in Accountancy Fundamentals Knowledge (F1, F2, F3) Skills (F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9) Professional Essentials(P1, P2, P3) Options(P4, P5, P6, P7) ACCA Foundations in Accountancy Foundations in Accountancy is a collective term used to describe ACCA's Foundation level certificates and diplomas. These flexible awards focus on the core skills of financial accounting and management accounting; and the wider role of the accountant in business at higher levels. The range of awards means employers can pick the level of qualification which most appropriately meets their business needs. For students, it provides flexible entry points with certification awarded at each level, allowing students to develop their education and skills, making them an attractive and relevant choice for employers. At Brit College we also offer tuition for 3 ACCA entry level qualifications Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting Diploma in Accounting and Business 5 P a g e

6 Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting Awarding organisation: ACCA Level: The ability level is broadly equivalent to GCSE level. Entry requirements: This is an entry level qualification. You don't need any previous academic qualifications to study for this certificate. Assessment: There are up to 2 exams depending on exemptions. Duration: It's up to you as there is no time limit. You could complete this certificate in six months or less. Brief Description This certificate is part of the Foundations in Accountancy suite of awards. It is suitable for anyone looking to do an introductory qualification in accounting and finance. This includes school leavers or those already working in accounts-support roles. You could work in a variety of accounts-support roles with this qualification, including: a junior accounts clerk/junior bookkeeper role in an small or medium-sized enterprise a range of junior accounting administration roles within an accounting department of a larger organisation or financial shared service centre. To achieve the Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting you will need to register as a student on Foundations in Accountancy and complete: two exams: Recording Financial Transactions (FA1) and Management Information (MA1) a professionalism and ethics module called Foundations in Professionalism. (If you have already passed this module you do not need to take it again). How long will it take to complete? It's up to you as there is no time limit. You can sit the exams on demand as computer-based exams or choose to sit paper-based exams in June and December at one of our 380 exam centres around the world. You can complete Foundations in Professionalism before or after the exams. So you could complete this certificate in six months or less. Progression: You can go on to complete the Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting or the Diploma in Accounting and Business. 6 P a g e

7 Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting Awarding organisation: ACCA Level: The ability level is broadly equivalent to A-Level standard. Entry Requirements: No previous academic qualifications are required to study for this certificate. However, you may wish to complete ACCA's Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting before attempting the Intermediate certificate Assessment: Up to 2 exams depending on exemptions. Duration: It's up to you as there is no time limit. You could complete this certificate in six months or less. Brief Description The intermediate Certificate in Finance and Management Accounting is part of the Foundations in Accountancy suite of awards, this certificate is suitable for anyone looking to do an introductory qualification in accounting and finance. This includes school leavers or those already working in accounts-support roles. You could work in a variety of roles with this qualification, including: a bookkeeping or cost clerk role in a small to medium-sized organisation a range of accounting administration roles within an accounting department of a larger organisation or financial shared service centre. What's involved? To achieve the Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting you will need to register as a student on Foundations in Accountancy and complete: two exams: Maintaining Financial Records (FA2) and Managing Costs and Finances (MA2) a professionalism and ethics module called Foundations in Professionalism. Please note, if you have already completed this module to gain the Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting, you don't have to complete it again. How long will it take to complete? It's up to you as there is no time limit. You can sit the exams on demand as computer-based exams or choose to sit paper-based exams in June and December at one of our 380 exam centres around the world. You can complete Foundations in Professionalism before or after the exams. So you could complete this certificate in six months or less. Progression: You can continue to study with ACCA and progress your career to the next level. You can go on to complete the Diploma in Accounting and Business. 7 P a g e

8 Diploma in Accounting and Business Awarding organisation: ACCA Level: The ability level is broadly equivalent to the first year of a degree programme/hnd. Entry Requirements: If you don't have any previous academic qualifications you can complete the Diploma but you will need to register on Foundations in Accountancy. However, you may wish to complete ACCA's Introductory Certificate and/or the Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting before attempting the Diploma. Duration: It's up to you but please note there is a 10-year time limit to complete the exams when achieving the ACCA Qualification. You can sit the exams on demand as computer-based exams or choose to sit paper-based exams in June and December at one of our 380 exam centres around the world. You can complete Foundations in Professionalism before or after the exams. So you could complete this Diploma in six to 12 months. Brief Description: This Diploma is suitable for anyone looking to do an introductory qualification in accounting and finance, including school leavers or those already working in account-support roles. You could work in the following type of roles with this qualification: basic bookkeeping a trainee accountant in a commercial organisation or accounting practice an accounts clerk in the public sector. If you do not have any formal qualifications or you have completed the Introductory and/or Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting you will need to complete: three exams: Accountant in Business (FAB), Management Accounting (FMA) and Financial Accounting (FFA) a professionalism and ethics module called Foundations in Professionalism. Please note, if you have already completed this module you don't have to complete it again. Progression: If you complete the Diploma via the Foundations in Accountancy route, you can continue your studies onto the Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) Qualification and qualify at technician level. Alternatively, you can continue your studies and become a professional-level accountant. Having completed the Diploma, you can transfer to the ACCA Qualification, miss out exams F1, F2 and F3 and continue your studies from F4 onwards 8 P a g e

9 Extended Diploma in Business and Administrative Management Level 6 QCF qualification Awarding Organisation: Institute of Administrative Management The Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) is a long established Professional Body in the UK and the leading awarding organisation and professional body for business leaders and professional administrators. They are accredited by the UK Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) to develop and award qualifications within the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). Brief Description This qualification is 3 year full time course designed for those who aspire to senior level administrative management roles within business organisations. The qualification has been designed in consultation with employers and leading academics and focuses upon developing awareness and understanding of the key processes that underpin the operation of successful businesses. The course will enable you to acquire and develop the analytical and evaluative skills necessary for effective management. It will be delivered through a flexible modular structure that means you can study at your own pace. Entry requirements Applicants should be aged 19 years and over. Candidates should have a level 3 qualification such as those listed below: a BTEC National, Advanced GNVQ or AVCE in Business at least one GCE A Level pass in a relevant subject with appropriate supporting passes at GCSE an Access to Higher Education Certificate awarded by an approved Further Education institution. the international baccalaureate Other requirements (i.e. work experience etc) Applications are also welcome from applicants who while not holding formal educational qualifications, can demonstrate appropriate work experience in the management area. A signed reference letter from employer(s) must accompany all such applications. English Language requirements (international students only) English CEFR level C1 or equivalent (e.g., a minimum score of 6.0 in IELTS) Course Outline This 3 year course is taught at degree level, with year one being equivalent to year one of an undergraduate degree and year 3 being roughly equivalent to the final year of a degree. The course will involve 2 days per week college based study and you will be required to complete 24 units over the 3 years. All units are compulsory. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 5 hours per module per week, with more independent study being required as you progress through your course. Assessment is through a mixture of assessment methods and includes externally set examinations, portfolios, assignments and a final year research project. A number of the units are grouped together as shown below. Each grouping of units is assessed 9 P a g e

10 by just one examination which reduces the overall amount of assessment in the course. Students have to pass all 24 units in order to achieve the qualification. Below is the outline structure of the course the College currently offers: Year 1 Group Administrative Management Systems Fundamentals of Administrative Management Administrative Systems Group Managing Operations and Quality Managing Operations Managing Quality Group - Managing finance information and knowledge Managing information and knowledge Finance for administrative managers Managing business facilities Management information systems for business Year 2 Group Strategic administration of operations, information and finance Operations management Information for strategic decision making Advanced finance for business managers Group Strategic administration of human resources, knowledge and change Organisational analysis and change Human resource management Knowledge management strategy Group - Governance, leadership and motivation The context of corporate governance Leadership, motivation and group dynamics Strategic management The dynamics of leadership Year 3 Advanced finance for decision makers Marketing management in business Customer focus for strategic advantage Leadership skills Managing risk in business Business research 10 P a g e

11 Flexible study options Students who have already completed part or all of the NQF Level 4 or Level 5 Diplomas in Business and Administrative Management, will be admitted onto the course with advanced standing. Students who only part of the course can obtain unit certificates for the units they have passed. Progression and Career Prospects Candidates who successfully complete the qualification can go on to further study of management at level 7 or a Masters programme. The course also provides a good preparation for entering work in the business field especially in management and administrative roles. 11 P a g e

12 The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) Management Qualifications The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) provides a range of professional qualifications specially designed to develop progressively the skills and knowledge that will help student s professional and career development. OTHM qualifications are designed to develop the skills that are essential to student s progress within the industry: Understanding of the operations, structure and culture of the industry Understanding of contemporary issues in the industry Information technology skills Customer relations skills OTHM offers qualifications at five levels: OTHM offers qualifications at five levels: Level 3 Award in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF) Level 4 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF) Level 5 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF) Level 6 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF) Level 7 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF) Plus OTHM Level 4 Certificates About OTHM OTHM is a membership body founded in London in 2001 by a group of specialists from the industry and education. OTHM was incorporated in 2003 as a not for profit company. The aim of OTHM is to support the people who work in the tourism and hospitality industry. In our Mission Statement we state that OTHM: aims to act as a forum for the discussion of issues relevant to the industry promotes professionalism in the industry promotes ethical practice and environmental awareness in the industry Membership Anyone who works in the tourism and hospitality industry is eligible to join OTHM's Professional Membership track. The level of membership will reflect current experience and status in the industry. Applicants who wish to study for OTHM qualifications must follow the examination part of the Membership track. Management Qualifications A major part of OTHM's work is to provide a track of professional management qualifications for people who wish to develop a career in the industry. Accreditations and Status of OTHM OTHM QCF qualifications are accredited with OFQUAL. London South Bank University recognises OTHM qualifications for entry into their BA (Hons) and Master's Level. Brit College is a preferred Partner Centre of OTHM 12 P a g e

13 Level 3 Award in Tourism and Hospitality Management Academic Level Level 3 Award (QCF) Awarding organisation The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) Course duration: 90 Guided Learning Hours.3 to 6 months study programme Who is this suitable for? The OTHM Level 3 Award is suitable for students who are at the beginning of their careers. Candidates do not necessarily have to have experience of working in the industry at the outset of the course. However, if they do not have this experience, students are expected to be working in the industry on a part-time basis during the course. The OTHM Level 3 Award allows candidates to acquire useful basic knowledge as a preparation for a career in the industry. Other requirements Students must be 18 years or older at the beginning of the course Assessment Assessment is by a 2 hour exam comprising: 30 multiple choice questions and 2 essay type questions Grades will be allocated according to the OTHM grade table Progression On passing the OTHM Level 3 Award, students will be eligible for the OTHM Level 4 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF). 13 P a g e

14 Level 4 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management Awarding organisation The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) Academic Level HNC level, Level 4 Diploma (QCF) Course duration: One academic year. 6 units with 90 hours of guided learning. Brief description The Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed for team leaders and supervisors and those who want to rise to the first tier of management. Who is this suitable for? The OTHM Level 4 is suitable for students who have already gained an OTHM Level 3 Award or original Introductory Certificate or who have qualifications at the level of GCE/GCSE or equivalent. It is also suitable for mature students with at least 5 years relevant experience. Other requirements: Although it is desirable that Level 4 students have some experience in the industry, no minimum is required. Course Outline The Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management consists of 6 Units: Unit 1 - Understanding the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Unit 2 - Understanding the Tourism and Hospitality Business Environment Unit 3 - Understanding Communication and Customer Care in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Unit 4 - Understanding Accounting and Finance in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Unit 5 - Academic and Employability Skills Unit 6 - Understanding Events Management in Tourism and Hospitality Each Unit requires 90 hours of classroom teaching, including business English, tutorials and site visits over the academic year. Teaching is over a full academic year. Examinations & assessments are held in June & December each year. Students will usually take 3 units assessment per exam sitting. (Usually 3 in June and 3 in December of the same year) Assessment Each module is assessed by a three hour written examination. Progression On passing the Level 4 Diploma students will be eligible for the OTHM Level 5 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF) 14 P a g e

15 Level 5 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management Awarding organisation The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) Academic Level HND level, Level 5 Diploma (QCF) Course duration: One academic year of full time study. 540 Guided Learning Hours over 6 Units. Course description This full time course is taught at HND level and is designed for industry professionals seeking further qualifications and professional development. Who is this suitable for? The Level 5 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management is suitable for people who have passed the OTHM Level 4 (or equivalent) or who are already working at supervisory or management level. On completion of the OTHM Level 5 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management, students are eligible for election as an Associate Member of OTHM. Other requirements: OTHM Level 5 Diploma students are expected to either have work experience in the industry before joining the course or be working part-time in the industry during the course or both. Candidates should note that if they intend to study for further professional qualifications in the industry a certain amount of industrial experience will probably be required. Course Outline The Level 5 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management consists of 6 units. Unit 1 - Managing Marketing Objectives in Tourism and Hospitality Unit 2 - Managing Marketing Planning in Tourism and Hospitality Unit 3 - Managing Human Resources in a Tourism and Hospitality Organisation Unit 4 - Managing Operations in Tourism and Hospitality Unit 5 - Managing Financial Accounts in Tourism and Hospitality Unit 6 - Managing Customer Relations in Tourism and Hospitality This is a full-time, 1 year course of 540 Guided Learning Hours, with scope for extra revision and exam preparation. Students normally sit three units in June and three in December. Assessment Each Unit is assessed by a three hour written examination. Progression On passing the Level 5 Diploma, members will be eligible for OTHM Level 6 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF). 15 P a g e

16 Level 6 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management - Awarding organisation The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) Academic Level Graduate level, Level 6 Diploma (QCF) Course duration: One academic year of full time study. 600 Guided Learning Hours over 6 units. Brief description This full time, degree level Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management course is designed for people who work in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry and who have already gained an OTHM Level 5, or other qualifications at a suitable level. Who is this suitable for? This qualification is appropriate for middle and senior managers. On completion of the OTHM Level 6 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management, successful students will be eligible for election as a Full Member of OTHM. Other requirements OTHM Level 6 students are expected to either have work experience in the industry before joining the course or be working part-time in the industry during the course or both. Candidates should note that if they intend to study for further professional qualifications in the industry a certain amount of industrial experience will probably be required. Course Outline This qualification consists of 6 units, requiring a total minimum of 1 academic year full-time study (600 Guided Learning Hours), with scope for extra revision and exam preparation. Unit 1 - Marketing Communications for Tourism and Hospitality Unit 2 - Working in the International Tourism and Hospitality Business Environment Unit 3 - Analysing Tourism and Hospitality Business Unit 4 - Using Management Information Systems for Tourism and Hospitality Unit 5 - Strategic Human Resources Management in Tourism and Hospitality Unit 6 - Researching Tourism and Hospitality Operations (Written Project) Students normally sit three exam units in June and three in December. Assessment Each Unit 1 to 5 is assessed by a three hour written examination. Unit 6 is assessed by a project. Examinations are held in June and December each year Progression On passing the Level 6 Diploma), successful students will be eligible to enter the OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (QCF). (Post Graduate Level) 16 P a g e

17 Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management Awarding organisation The Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management (OTHM) Academic Level Postgraduate, Level 7 Diploma (QCF).(120 credits) Course duration: One to two academic years of full time study. A combined total of 1200 Guided Learning Hours for all 6 units. Brief description This full time Level 7 Post Graduate Diploma course in Tourism and Hospitality Management is suitable for professionals who work in the industry and have already gained the OTHM Level 6 Diploma or a similar qualification. Who is this suitable for? The qualification is appropriate for senior managers. Other requirements OTHM Level 7 Post Graduate Diploma students are expected to have worked in the industry and be working part time during the course. Course Outline This full time postgraduate course consists of 6 Units with a combined total of 1200 guided learning hours for all units Unit 1 - Managing Operations and Marketing for Tourism and Hospitality Organisations Unit 2 - Destination Management: Policy, Planning and Promotion Unit 3 - Contemporary Management in Tourism and Hospitality Unit 4 - Ethics, Risk and Decision Making in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Unit 5 - Tourism and Hospitality Business Strategy Unit 6 - Advanced Research Methods for Tourism and Hospitality Progression On completion of this Level 7 Diploma (QCF) students are eligible to apply to OTHM partner universities to complete an MSc in International Tourism and Hospitality Management or MSc International Tourism Management. The completed units comprise a total of 120 credits towards a higher degree. 17 P a g e

18 OTHM Level 4 Management Certificates OTHM offers six short course Management Certificates Each course is taught over 30 Guided Learning Hours (GLH). The Management Certificates are suitable for Existing OTHM students at listed OTHM centres Other Business Studies students who wish to take one or more of the six certificates Individuals currently working in the Tourism and Hospitality Supply Chain CPD Training for OTHM members Understanding of the operations, structure and culture of the industry Eligibility Existing OTHM students must be studying the: Level 4 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management Level 5 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management Level 6 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management OTHM students studying the Level 3 Award in Tourism and Hospitality Management, must first pass their Introductory level before applying to study for a Management Certificate. Academic Level The Aims, Objectives and Learning outcomes are positioned at a similar level to the Level 4 Diploma. However, these are specialist Operational Areas that will require some additional commitment and reading from students and other candidates. Available Management Certificate Courses: The OTHM Hygiene, Health & Safety Management Certificate The OTHM Food & Beverage Management Certificate The OTHM Front Office Management Certificate The OTHM Sustaining Tourism & Eco Management Certificate The OTHM Conferences & Event Management Certificate The OTHM Tourism Geography & Tour Management Certificate 18 P a g e

19 Professional Graduate Diploma in IT Level: 6 QCF Awarding Organisation British Computer Society (BCS) The Chartered Institute for IT BCS Higher Education Qualifications are accredited by the UK Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) and are the Gold Standard of internationally recognised IT qualifications. Brief Description This is a 3 year vocationally oriented, degree level course developed together with employers to meet the IT needs of industry and commerce. The course is highly relevant and kept up to date and is delivered through a flexible modular structure that enables you to study at your own pace. By taking this course you will be able to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to operate as an effective IT professional. Entry requirements There are no formal entry requirements but applicants will typically have been educated to UK A Level standard as indicated in the examples below: BTEC National Diploma Three passes at LCCI level 3 City & Guilds/Pitman qualifications three passes at professional/nvq Level 3 An 'Access' Certificate from a UK College of Further Education Any NVQ qualifications at Level 3 Any international qualification equivalent to A Levels (e.g., the International Baccalaureate) Other requirements (i.e. work experience etc) Applications are also welcome from applicants with no formal educational qualifications. However, you will be interviewed and will need to demonstrate your ability to benefit from and succeed on the course by, for example, having some work experience in the IT field. English Language requirements (international students only) English CEFR level B2 or equivalent (e.g., a minimum score of 5.5 in IELTS) Course Outline The course is taught at degree level, with year one being equivalent to year one of an undergraduate degree and year 3 being equivalent to the final year of an Honours degree. The course will involve 2 days per week college based study and you will be required to complete 12 modules over the 3 years, 4 compulsory core modules and 8 optional modules. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 5 hours per module per week, with more independent study being required as you progress through your course. Assessment is through externally set examination of each module. Below is an outline of the structure of the course the College currently offers: 19 P a g e

20 Year 1 Information Systems* Software Development* Computer & Network Technology* Professional Issues in Information Systems Practice** Year 2 Computer Networks** IT Project Management** IT Service Management ** Knowledge Based Systems Year 3 Management Information Systems Computer Services Management Network Information Systems Professional Project Flexible study options *Students who only complete the first three modules listed above will nevertheless be eligible to obtain the Certificate in IT. **Students who only complete the first seven modules listed above will be eligible to obtain the Diploma in IT. Progression and Career Prospects Candidates who successfully complete the qualification can go on to postgraduate study at many Universities. BCS Higher Education qualifications are recognised worldwide as the Gold Standard in IT education so successful completion of the Professional Graduate Diploma will certainly enhance your CV and boost your prospects of building a career in the IT industry. 20 P a g e

21 Diploma in Business and Administrative Management Level 4 QCF Awarding Organisation Institute of Administrative Management The Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) is a long established Professional Body in the UK and the leading awarding organisation and professional body for business leaders and professional administrators. They are accredited by the UK Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) to develop and award qualifications within the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). Brief Description This qualification is 1 year full time course designed for those who are already working in, or aspire to work in, business management positions. The qualification has been designed in consultation with employers and leading academics and focuses upon developing awareness and understanding of the key processes that underpin the operation of successful businesses. The course will enable you to acquire and develop the analytical and evaluative skills necessary for effective management. It will be delivered through a flexible modular structure that means you can study at your own pace. Entry requirements There are no formal entry requirements but it is recommended that candidates have a level 3 qualification such as those listed below: a BTEC National, Advanced GNVQ or AVCE in Business at least one GCE A Level pass in a relevant subject with appropriate supporting passes at GCSE an Access to Higher Education Certificate awarded by an approved Further Education institution. the international baccalaureate Applications are also welcome from applicants who while not holding formal educational qualifications, can demonstrate appropriate work experience in the management area. A signed reference letter from employer(s) must accompany all such applications. Applicants should be aged 19 years and over. English Language requirements (international students only) English CEFR level C1 or equivalent (e.g., a minimum score of 6.0 in IELTS) Course Outline The course is broadly equivalent to year one of an undergraduate degree and will involve 2 days per week college based study. You will be required to complete 10 units over the year and you will be expected to study on your own for at least 5 hours per unit per week. The course consists of 8 mandatory units and 7 optional units, from which you choose two. 21 P a g e

22 The 8 mandatory units are grouped into four assessment groups and each of these is assessed by an externally set examination. The optional units are assessed by written assignments set by IAM. Below is an indication of the structure of the course the College will offer in the first instance: Year 1 Group 1 Administrative Management Systems Fundamentals of Administrative Management Administrative Systems Group 2 Managing Operations and Quality Managing Operations Managing Quality Group 3 Managing and developing human resources in organisations Personal effectiveness Managing people in organisations Group - Managing finance, information and knowledge Managing information and knowledge Finance for administrative managers Possible Options Managing business facilities Administration for executive assistants Flexible study options Students who only part of the course can obtain unit certificates for the units they have passed. Progression and Career Prospects Candidates who successfully complete the qualification can go on to further study of management at level 5 or Higher Education. The course also provides a good preparation for developing a career in the business field especially in management and administrative roles. 22 P a g e

23 BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business (Management ) Level: 5 QCF Awarding Organisation Edexcel Edexcel is a Pearson company and the largest awarding organisation in the UK with a long history of developing relevant vocational qualifications. They are accredited by the UK Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) to develop and award qualifications within the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). Brief Description This qualification is a 2-2½ year course designed to enable individuals to acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary for success in a range of administrative and management positions in business. BTEC HNDs have long been recognised and respected by employers and higher education institutions around the world and in developing this qualification Edexcel have consulted with relevant Professional Bodies and taken into account the relevant National Occupational Standards for Business, Administration and Management. The course is regarded as intermediate level qualification on the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ) and covers years 1 & 2 of a typical UK undergraduate degree. It will be delivered through a flexible modular structure, enabling you to study at your own pace. Entry requirements There are no particular entry requirements but applicants with the following profile are most likely to benefit from the course: a BTEC National, Advanced GNVQ or AVCE in Business or in a related subject (e.g. Tourism, Hospitality and Catering) at least one GCE A Level pass in a relevant subject with appropriate supporting passes at GCSE an Access to Higher Education Certificate awarded by an approved Further Education institution. Applications are also welcome from applicants who while not holding formal educational qualifications, can demonstrate appropriate work experience. A signed reference letter from employer(s) must accompany all such applications. Applicants should be aged 18 years and over. English Language requirements (international students only) English CEFR level B1 or equivalent (e.g., a minimum score of 5.0 in IELTS) Course Outline The course consists of 16 units overall, made up of a mandatory core of 8 units and 8 optional specialist units. The course has a credit value of 240 credits in the FHEQ, with 125 credits being at level 5 or above. The course will involve 2 days per week college based study. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 5 hours per module per week. The course is assessed through a series of coursework assessments designed by the course team. 23 P a g e

24 Below is an outline of the structure of the course the College currently offers for the Management pathway (Law, Marketing, Accounting and HR pathways are also available for 2012/13) Year 1 Mandatory Business Environment (4) Managing Financial Resources and Decisions (4) Organisations and Behaviour (4) Marketing Principles (4) Aspects of Contract and Negligence for Business (4) Specialist Management Accounting Costing and Budgeting (4) Financial Systems and Auditing (5) Managing Human Resources (4) Year 2 Mandatory Business Decision Making (5) Business Strategy (5) Research Project (5) Specialist Working with and Leading People (5) Marketing Planning (5) Human Resource Development (5) Employee Relations (5) Personal and Professional Development (5) Flexible study options Students who only complete the first year of the course will nevertheless be eligible to obtain the BTEC Level 4 HNC in Business. Progression and Career Prospects Candidates who successfully complete the qualification can go on to the second or third year of a degree or honours degree programme, depending on the type of degree you wish to progress to and how well the units you have taken, match the degree programme in question. Alternatively, you will also be able to seek progression to Level 6 qualifications offered by various professional bodies in the business sector. The course also provides a good preparation for entering work in the business field especially in management and administrative roles. 24 P a g e

25 BTEC Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership Level: 7 QCF Awarding Organisation EDEXCEL Edexcel is a Pearson company and the largest awarding organisation in the UK with a long history of developing relevant vocational qualifications. They are accredited by the UK Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) to develop and award qualifications within the Qualifications and Credit Framework. Brief Description The BTEC Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership is a 1-1½ year postgraduate qualification designed to enable individuals to develop their knowledge, understanding and skills in relation to the strategic management and leadership of modern businesses. The content of the course is linked to the requirements relevant Professional Bodies and has a strong applied and work related emphasis. Entry requirements There are no particular entry requirements but applicants with the following profile are most likely to benefit from the course: UK Bachelor s Degree or equivalent Level 5 Business Related Qualification plus relevant work experience Applicants with a degree or equivalent level 6 qualification should also be able to demonstrate two years managerial work experience. Applicants with other professional business related qualifications should be able to demonstrate five years managerial work experience. Applicants should be aged 19 years and over. English Language requirements (international students only) English CEFR level C1 or equivalent (e.g., a minimum score of 6.0 in IELTS) Course Outline The course is taught at postgraduate level and consists of 10 units overall, made up of a mandatory core of 3 units and 7 optional units. The course has a credit value of 120 credits in the FHEQ and will involve 2 days per week college based study. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 5 hours per module per week. The course is assessed through a series of coursework assessments designed by the course team. Below is an outline of the course the College currently offers: Mandatory 1. Developing Strategic Management And Leadership Skills 2. Professional Development for Strategic Managers 3. Strategic Change Management 25 P a g e

26 Optional 4. Strategic Marketing Management 5. Strategic Planning 6. Managing Financial Principles and Techniques 7. Strategic Supply Chain Management and Logistics 8. Developing Successful Business Teams 9. Research Methods for Strategic Managers 10. Project Development and Implementation for Strategic Managers Progression and Career Prospects The broad work related nature of the EDSML programme means that once you have successfully completed the course you will be in a good position to progress to an MBA or other Masters qualification. The course will improve the promotion prospects of those already in employment and enable others to change career or build a career in management. 26 P a g e

27 Bachelor of Laws (LLB) External Level: 6 QCF Awarding Organisation: University of London International Programmes The LLB degree consists of 12 courses. The course can be taken over a 2 year or 3 year period. This course is usually taken by the University of London over a period of 2-4 years. The Brit college through it condensed study can deliver this programme within 2 years. Brief Description The University of London LLB programme offers security and internationally recognised gold standard established for over 100 years. It was the first to over a degree in English Law, in the 1890s. Upon graduation, you will be joining a distinguish group of solicitors, barristers and judges around the world who began their careers by obtaining their law degree through the University of London Programmes. Entry requirements In order to satisfy the entrance requirements for the LLB you must have passes in: either two subjects at GCE A level and at least three further subjects at GCSE/GCE O level at Grade C or above or three subjects at GCE A level (with on A level at not less than Grade D) or three subjects at GCE A level and one further subject at GCSE/GCE O level at Grade C or above or two subjects at GCE A level, plus two further subjects at GCE AS level. Candidates will usually be considered to meet the English language requirements on the basis that: Their first language/mother tongue is English or they provide satisfactory evidence showing that they have had: Substantial (minimum of 18 months) education (secondary or higher) conducted in English; or Substantial (minimum of 18 months) work experience conducted in English; or Passes acceptable examinations in English equivalent to GCSE/GCE O Level English Language grade C ; or Passed, at an appropriate level of proficiency in English acceptable to the Brit college. English Language requirements. The language of instruction, reading and assessment is English; success in the LLB requires a good level of English competence. Any candidates in doubt as to their abilities in written and/or oral English are strongly advised to undertake English language courses and tests before enrolling on the programme. The undergraduate Laws Programme policy language requirements is that all applicants must: Sign a statement on their application form acknowledging that they are aware of the required English language standard; and Verify that they have met either the required standard or are undertaking examinations/proficiency tests to meet it. 27 P a g e

28 Course Outline The course is taught at an undergraduate level and consists of 12 units overall, made up of Intermediate 4 units, Compulsory 4 units, and Optional 17 optional units. The course has a credit value of 120 credits in the FHEQ and will involve 3 days per week college based study. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 10 hours per module per week. The course is assessed through a series of examination and coursework assessments designed by the University of London. Below is an indication of the structure of the course the College will offer in the first instance: Intermediate 1. Common law reasoning and institutions 2. Criminal law 3. Elements of the law of contract 4. Public law. Compulsory 5. Land law 6. Law of tort 7. Law of trusts 8. Jurisprudence and legal theory (compulsory for undergraduate) Optional 9. Administrative law 10. Civil and criminal procedure 11. Commercial law (prerequisite: Contract law) 12. Company law (prerequisite: Contract law) 13. Criminology 14. EU 15. Evidence 16. Family law 17. History of English law 18. International protection of human rights 19. Introduction to Islamic law 20. Jurisprudence and legal theory. Progression and Career Prospects Students wishing to become lawyers are advised to contact the legal professional body such as: the Bar Council (for Barristers) and the Law Society (for the Solicitors), in the jurisdiction where they hope to practice to find out if the degree will satisfy their requirements for the academic stage of legal training. 28 P a g e

29 LLB. Law (External) Graduate Entry Route 18 Months Course Level: 6 QCF Awarding Organisation University of London International Programmes The LLB degree consists of 9 courses. The course can be taken over a 2 year or 3 year period. This course is usually taken by the University of London over a period of 2-4 years. The Brit college through it condensed study can deliver this programme within 18 months. Brief Description The University of London LLB programme offers security and internationally recognised gold standard established for over 100 years. It was the first to over a degree in English Law, in the 1890s. Upon graduation, you will be joining a distinguish group of solicitors, barristers and judges around the world who began their careers by obtaining their law degree through the University of London Programmes. Entry requirements In order to satisfy the entrance requirements for the LLB graduate entry route, applicants who have already have an undergraduate degree acceptable to the University may complete the LLB in two years through the nine-course and you must have passes in: either two subjects at GCE A level and at least three further subjects at GCSE/GCE O level at Grade C or above or three subjects at GCE A level (with on A level at not less than Grade D) or three subjects at GCE A level and one further subject at GCSE/GCE O level at Grade C or above or two subjects at GCE A level, plus two further subjects at GCE AS level. Candidates will usually be considered to meet the English language requirements on the basis that: Their first language/mother tongue is English or they provide satisfactory evidence showing that they have had: Substantial (minimum of 18 months) education (secondary or higher) conducted in English; or Substantial (minimum of 18 months) work experience conducted in English; or Passes acceptable examinations in English equivalent to GCSE/GCE O Level English Language grade C ; or Passed, at an appropriate level of proficiency in English acceptable to the Brit college. English Language requirements. The language of instruction, reading and assessment is English; success in the LLB requires a good level of English competence. Any candidates in doubt as to their abilities in written and/or oral English are strongly advised to undertake English language courses and tests before enrolling on the programme. The undergraduate Laws Programme policy language requirements is that all applicants must: Sign a statement on their application form acknowledging that they are aware of the required English language standard; and 29 P a g e

30 Verify that they have met either the required standard or are undertaking examinations/proficiency tests to meet it. Course Outline The course is taught at an undergraduate level and consists of 9 units overall, made up of Intermediate 4 units, and Optional 18 optional units. The course has a credit value of 90 credits in the FHEQ and will involve 3 days per week college based study. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 10 hours per module per week. The course is assessed through a series of examination and coursework assessments designed by the University of London. Below is an outline of the course the College currently offers: Intermediate (Year1) 1. Common law reasoning and institutions 2. Criminal law 3. Elements of the law of contract 4. Public law. Optional Finals Group 1/2 (Year 2) 5. Land law 6. Law of tort 7. Law of trusts 8. Jurisprudence and legal theory (compulsory for undergraduate) Optional Finals Group1 9. Administrative law 10. Civil and criminal procedure 11. Commercial law (prerequisite: Contract law) 12. Company law (prerequisite: Contract law) 13. Criminology 14. EU 15. Evidence 16. Family law 17. History of English law 18. International protection of human rights 19. Introduction to Islamic law 20. Jurisprudence and legal theory 21. Public international law 22. Labour Law Optional Finals Group Conflict of laws 24. Intellectual property (prerequisite: Contract law) 25. Succession 26. Dissertation Progression and Career Prospects This scheme is intended for students who are not seeking a Qualifying Law Degree and who are studying on a part-time basis. Subjects to some course selection constraints, you may choose a minimum of two courses and a maximum of four courses per year. Above are two examples of how you may obtain LLB via Graduate Entry Route. 30 P a g e

31 Master of Laws (LLM) External Level: 7 QCF Awarding Organisation University of London International Programmes The LLM degree consists of 4 courses. The course can be taken over a 1 year or 2 year period. This course is usually taken by the University of London over a period of 1-5 years. Brit college through it condensed study can deliver this programme within 1 year period. Brief Description The University of London LLM programme offers security and internationally recognised gold standard established for over 100 years. It was the first to over a degree in English Law, in the 1890s. Upon graduation, you will be joining a distinguish group of solicitors, barristers and judges around the world who began their careers by obtaining their law degree through the University of London Programmes. Entry requirements In order to be eligible to register for the LLM degree in Laws, you must satisfy the entrance requirements given below: Master of Laws (LLM) Applicants are required to have at least one of the following: Obtained the LLB degree of the University of London with at least Second Class Honours (excepting that a candidate who obtained the LLB Pass degree before 1969 may make a special application) or Obtained a first degree, in a subject appropriate to the LLM, of a university in a Member State of the European Union, with a result considered by the University of London to be equivalent to at least Second Class Honours or Obtained a first degree, in a subject appropriate to the LLM, of an acceptable university outside the European Union, with a result considered by the University of London to be equivalent to at least Second Class Honours or Obtained a Masters degree, in a subject appropriate to the LLM, of a university in a Member State of the European Union or of an acceptable university outside the European Union or Passed the Bar Vocational Course (BVC) of England and Wales or the Qualifying Examination of the Solicitors Regulation Authority of England or the corresponding examinations in Scotland or Northern Ireland, where in either case the student has also obtained a Second Class Honours degree of a UK university (or an educational institute of university rank) or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard obtained after a course of study extending over not less than three years in a university (or educational institute of university rank) or Obtained either the Common Professional Examination or an equivalent Diploma in Law where in either case the applicant has also obtained a Second Class Honours degree of a UK university (or an educational institute of university rank) or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard obtained after a course of study extending over not less than three years in a university (or an educational institute of university rank) or 31 P a g e

32 Qualified as a solicitor or barrister in England or Wales, or the equivalent outside England or Wales or Obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in law from a College or Institute of the University of London Note: In these admission criteria a degree in a subject appropriate to the LLM means a first degree with substantial law content Candidates will usually be considered to meet the English language requirements on the basis that: Their first language/mother tongue is English or they provide satisfactory evidence showing that they have had: Substantial (minimum of 18 months) education (secondary or higher) conducted in English; or Substantial (minimum of 18 months) work experience conducted in English; or Passes acceptable examinations in English equivalent to GCSE/GCE O Level English Language grade C ; or Passed, at an appropriate level of proficiency in English acceptable to the Brit college. English Language requirements. The language of instruction, reading and assessment is English; success in the LLM requires a good level of English competence. Any candidates in doubt as to their abilities in written and/or oral English are strongly advised to undertake English language courses and tests before enrolling on the programme. The undergraduate Laws Programme policy language requirements is that all applicants must: Sign a statement on their application form acknowledging that they are aware of the required English language standard; and Verify that they have met either the required standard or are undertaking examinations/proficiency tests to meet it. Course Outline The course is taught at post-graduate level and consists of 16 units overall. The course is taught at FHEQ and will involve 1 days per week college based study. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 15 hours per module per week. The course is assessed through examination designed by the University of London. Below is an outline of the course the College currently offers: Foundational and Constitutional Issues In Company Law 1. Section A: Company Law Foundational Issues 1 2. Section B: Company Law Foundational Issues II 3. Section C: Company Law Constitutional Issues 1 4. Section D: Company Law Constitutional Issues II 32 P a g e

33 Note: It is preferred that students take the course in the above sequence, that is, with Sections A through to D being studied in that order. Corporate Finance and Management Issues In Company Law 1. Section A: Capital 1 2. Section B: Capital II 3. Section C: Corporate Management 1 4. Section D: Corporate Management II Note: It is preferred that students take the course in the above sequence. It is however possible to study the course in the following sequences instead: Section C first, then Section A, Section B, and Section D. or Section C first, then Section D, Section A and Section B. Progression and Career Prospects Students who wish to become lawyers are advised to contact the legal professional body in the jurisdiction where they hope to practice to find out if the degree will satisfy their requirements for the academic stage of legal training.. Study year start date Students may start studying any time but must be enrolled by 15 October to be eligible to take examinations the following May, or 15 March to be eligible to take examinations the following October. 33 P a g e

34 Diploma in Business Management (Graduate Integrated) Level: 6 QCF Awarding Organisation: Association of Business Executives (ABE) The Association of Business Executives (ABE) is a professional membership body and an examination board offering business and management qualifications at Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Postgraduate Diploma level. ABE qualifications provide progression routes to degree and Masters programmes worldwide. Brief Description This is a 2-3 year vocationally oriented course designed to enable students to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to operate as effective managers in any modern business. The course has been developed in consultation with employers and the relevant sector skills council. Entry requirements Applicants must have attained one of the following qualifications: Two GCE A levels or any Level 3 equivalent together with four GCSEs at Grade C or above, including English and Mathematics BTEC National Diploma Three passes at LCCI level 3 City & Guilds/Pitman qualifications three passes at professional/nvq Level 3 An 'Access' Certificate from a UK College of Further Education Any NVQ qualifications at Level 3 Any international qualification equivalent to A Levels (e.g., the International Baccalaureate) Applications are also welcome from applicants who while not holding formal educational qualifications, can demonstrate at least 2 years appropriate work experience. A signed reference letter from employer(s) must accompany all such applications. English Language requirements (international students only) English CEFR level B2 or equivalent (e.g., a minimum score of 5.5 in IELTS) Course Outline The ABE QCF Level 6 Diploma (Graduate Integrated) in Business Management comprises 13 units in one qualification. The qualification consists of nine compulsory units and four optional units that students select from two separate option groups. Taken together the units cover organisational and strategic management theories and their practical application. Each of the units is assessed through a three hour externally set examination. The Compulsory and Optional units are listed below: Nine Compulsory Units: Quantitative Methods for Business Management The Business Environment 34 P a g e

35 Financial Accounting Marketing Policy, Planning and Communication Organisational Behaviour Human Resource Management Corporate Strategy and Planning Managing in Organisations International Business Case Study Plus Two Optional Units from Group A: Managing the Customer Relationship Economics for Business Principles of Business Law Entrepreneurship and Business Development Managerial Accounting Systems Management and Internal Financial Controls Information Systems Applications for Business Information Systems Development And Two Optional Units from Group B: Strategic Human Resource Management Strategic Marketing Management Corporate Finance International Business Finance and Planning Project Management Information Systems for Strategic Management Progression and Career Prospects Candidates who successfully complete the qualification can go on to further study with ABE or for an MBA. There 60 UK Universities accept ABE Graduate to the final year of a degree course. ABE also have exemption agreements with other professional bodies (such as ACCA and BCS) which gives you the option to develop your understanding in other professional areas. ABE qualifications are widely recognised as indicating the relevant business skills and knowledge to develop and succeed in the workplace. 35 P a g e

36 Extended Diploma in Business and Administrative Management Level 6 Awarding Organisation Institute of Administrative Management The Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) is a long established Professional Body in the UK and the leading awarding organisation and professional body for business leaders and professional administrators. They are accredited by the UK Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) to develop and award qualifications within the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). Brief Description This qualification is 3 year full time course designed for those who aspire to senior level administrative management roles within business organisations. The qualification has been designed in consultation with employers and leading academics and focuses upon developing awareness and understanding of the key processes that underpin the operation of successful businesses. The course will enable you to acquire and develop the analytical and evaluative skills necessary for effective management. It will be delivered through a flexible modular structure that means you can study at your own pace. Entry requirements Candidates should have a level 3 qualification such as those listed below: a BTEC National, Advanced GNVQ or AVCE in Business at least one GCE A Level pass in a relevant subject with appropriate supporting passes at GCSE an Access to Higher Education Certificate awarded by an approved Further Education institution. the international baccalaureate Applications are also welcome from applicants who while not holding formal educational qualifications, can demonstrate appropriate work experience in the management area. A signed reference letter from employer(s) must accompany all such applications. Applicants should be aged 19 years and over. English Language requirements (international students only) English CEFR level C1 or equivalent (e.g., a minimum score of 6.0 in IELTS) Course Outline This 3 year course is taught at degree level, with year one being equivalent to year one of an undergraduate degree and year 3 being roughly equivalent to the final year of a degree. The course will involve 2 days per week college based study and you will be required to complete 24 units over the 3 years. All units are compulsory. You will also be expected to study on your own for at least 5 hours per module per week, with more independent study being required as you progress through your course. 36 P a g e

37 Assessment is through a mixture of assessment methods and includes externally set examinations, portfolios, assignments and a final year research project. A number of the units are grouped together as shown below. Each grouping of units is assessed by just one examination which reduces the overall amount of assessment in the course. Students have to pass all 24 units in order to achieve the qualification. Below is an outline of the course the College currently offers: Year 1 Group Administrative Management Systems Fundamentals of Administrative Management Administrative Systems Group Managing Operations and Quality Managing Operations Managing Quality Group - Managing finance information and knowledge Managing information and knowledge Finance for administrative managers Managing business facilities Management information systems for business Year 2 Group Strategic administration of operations, information and finance Operations management Information for strategic decision making Advanced finance for business managers Group Strategic administration of human resources, knowledge and change Organisational analysis and change Human resource management Knowledge management strategy Group - Governance, leadership and motivation The context of corporate governance Leadership, motivation and group dynamics Strategic management The dynamics of leadership Year 3 Advanced finance for decision makers Marketing management in business Customer focus for strategic advantage Leadership skills Managing risk in business Business research Flexible study options Students who have already completed part or all of the NQF Level 4 or Level 5 Diplomas in Business and Administrative Management, will be admitted onto the course with advanced standing. Students who only part of the course can obtain unit certificates for the units they have passed. 37 P a g e

38 Progression and Career Prospects Candidates who successfully complete the qualification can go on to further study of management at level 7 or a Masters programme. The course also provides a good preparation for entering work in the business field especially in management and administrative roles. 38 P a g e

39 Why study at Brit College Excellent location & superb learning environment Extensive student support network of teachers, counselors and administrators Experienced teaching staff with teaching qualifications Excellent class room facilities Day to day lecture notes, home assignments Practical learning opportunities Well equipped computer lab Access to public library and e-libraries Learning & Creativity Brit College offers a high quality of tuition linked to real world and work experience. We offer students a focused and friendly environment, with dedicated resources for study. We also recognise the importance to our students of progressing with their studies as well as making social interactions, and so we encourage our students to enrol in an environment where they can both learn and socialise. Our staff promote a professional, yet friendly atmosphere for the students. We encourage our students to approach our staff at any opportunity to discuss any difficulties they may experience. About Brit College Brit College is a well established independent education provider offering professional, vocational and degree level business courses. Our campuses have excellent facilities and easy access to central London. Our students have access to dedicated study resources supported by our professional staff and computer facilities. Our qualifications are from reputable recognised awarding organisations, and regulated by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) Fees and Tuition Brit College has provided affordable, quality assured professional education since UK & EU students can apply for a Brit College fees bursary, which could let them can obtain a recognised professional qualification from as little as 3,500 per year. We offer blended learning course which combine classroom, online and home study, with all year flexible tuition which enables students to obtain their qualifications in a shorter time and to gain work experience while they study. Students need to register themselves with awarding bodies such as ACCA, OTHM, BCS and IAM as at their own expenses and in addition they need to pay the examination fees to the institution /university every time they sit for exam. Please contact the College Registry for current fees. The college has the right to revise and amend the fees schedule without any prior notice. Students are required to pay tuition fees upon admission either in full or in instalments as agreed with the admissions department of the college. 39 P a g e

40 Fees can be paid by bank draft, cheque, bank transfer, credit card or cash. Cheques and drafts should be made payable to Brit college in pounds sterling only. Information for Sponsors and Parents Modern higher education is not just about passing examinations and getting good marks. Higher learning enables students to develop key skills and to use their knowledge in a practical and useful way Modern higher education courses require students to demonstrate a variety of skills and learning abilities. Study at Brit college not only equips students with the relevant qualifications, but also enables them to develop and demonstrate the necessary practical skills. Brit College is committed to providing an excellent quality education. Our commitment to education is led by a dedicated management team who work closely with our highly skilled academic staff. Brit College seeks to provide students will the support and resources they need to succeed. Students are provided with comprehensive lecture notes, exam tips, exam tests seminars. The College computer and library facilities are part of the key resources available to students. Student Development Students who want to develop their full potential must choose the right career and must demonstrate a large range of skills in order to succeed in the modern workplace. This not only makes great demands on the student but requires flexibility and the determination to constantly update skills with recent developments as the market demands. Brit College encourages students to develop a positive learning attitude where each new challenge is seen as an opportunity for further personal development. Our Commitments Brit College plans to develop its educational resources on a continuous basis. A highly motivated management team and well experienced teaching staff are working closely together to put this plan into action and to keep pace with the recent developments in technology, business and management and social issues. We are committed to: Upgrading our syllabus on a continuous basis Improving our class room facilities with the latest technology and resources Continuously upgrading our library and learning resources Supporting our students to become active, independent learners Building a strong student community by encouraging, supporting and arranging multicultural activities 40 P a g e

41 An inclusive environment We seek to provide an inclusive environment where the needs of students are valued met in an integrated and embedded way. Student engagement We seek to ensure that students are represented in student engagement activities and that their feedback is taken into account in making enhancements to existing policies and practice. Clear and accessible information We seek to ensure that the information we provide at all stages of the student lifecycle, from marketing and recruitment through to support for learning and graduation, is accessible to students. This includes information on the institution's regulations. Where technical terminology is unavoidable, clear explanations should be provided. Shared responsibility We seek to take responsibility for meeting the needs of a diverse student body by ensuring that all of our staff are fully engaged with and committed to the task of meeting those needs. Staff development We seek to ensure that all of our staff working with international students have access to appropriate training and development opportunities, which support them in recognising and addressing the particular needs of international students. Facilities Classrooms: The classrooms are well equipped with modern fit for purpose furniture, digital projectors, screens and white boards IT Facilities: We have specialist IT labs with high spec computers, internet connection and specialist study software. Students may also access the WI-FI network using their own computers and mobile devices. Intranet System/SAMS: We are developing an intranet community website for our students, staff and stake holders enabling them to access information from the Operations Team and our Academic staff as well as news updates and details about extra-curricular activities. Students are encouraged to use the intranet and our dedicated SAMS system to communicate with the Operations Team and to request specific support letters and permissions. Webmail: All new students are assigned with a dedicated webmail id which they can use for all internal communication throughout the duration of their studies. Students can interact with their Module Tutors, members of the Operations Team and their fellow students and gain access to personal web space for document and course work storage. Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle System): An internal VLE system is currently being developed and students will have access to learning materials, presentations, course updates, the academic planner, various feedback forms and reports and results once it is fully developed and operational. 41 P a g e

42 The application process : To enrol in any Brit College course, students need to apply to the college by completing an application form. The steps of the application process of the college are as follows: Step 1: Application Form The application process starts from the completed application form. The application form can be downloaded from the web site or collected from the admissions office. Students need to fill the application form and make sure that all sections have been completed in full. The application form should be sent to the college with the following documentary evidence of personal identification and academic achievements. Evidence of personal identification (full name, picture, date of birth) Photocopy of one of the following: Passport National ID card Evidence of past qualifications Candidates must send either the original certificate/s showing the final award/s for each qualification or photocopies of these originals verified by a Notary Public but in that case they must bring their original at the time of enrolment. They need to send the form and registration fee (non refundable) to the admissions office in London along with documentary evidence of all qualifications and evidence of personal identification. In the meantime, we may be able to start processing the application. However we cannot enrol a student until all the documentation has been received and verified by the admissions office. The college reserves the right to ask for further evidence of the candidates qualifications if required. The candidates are responsible for arranging for all the necessary documentation to be obtained in support of their application. Step 2: Assessment of the Application Form: Our admissions office set policies and procedures for the admissions process of the college. Once we receive the form the admission office assesses the suitability of the candidate for the qualification for which he or she has applied based on the documents submitted to us. We then send a letter of acceptance to indicate the acceptance of the application for the qualification applied with details of the start date, duration and fees. On the basis of the assessment, we may recommend a foundation course or a English course before starting the intended course. We also communicate with the candidate if the application is unsuccessful within two weeks of the date on which the application was received. Step 3: Enrolment The candidate should inform us whether he/she accepts the offer and intends to pursue the course. Overseas students can face a VISA interview with the offer letter or they can enrol for the course by paying full or part of the course fees and get the letter of enrolment before facing the immigration authorities. 42 P a g e

43 If the candidate accepts the offer and eventually pays full or part of the course fees as agreed already, we issue a letter of enrolment to the student confirming his / her enrolment for the course intended. In either case, if the students get a entry clearance to come to the UK, they need to formally enrol on the course by producing all the original documents to the admission office of the college. Terms and Conditions 1) The minimum age for registration is 18 years. 2) Applicant must fulfil the admission criteria for his/her intended course and should submit their application along with a) two passport size photos, b) a copy of passport c) copies of relevant qualifications and academic transcript d) required tuition fees. 3) A Place of Offer is a conditional offer of a course. A Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) confirms acceptance for a course. 4) Applicant/student must inform the college as soon as possible about the result of his/her visa application and/or book an appointment for enrolment; any changes to personal circumstances or change of contact details/uk address by contacting the college by ing 5) Following a final assessment at the time of the student s enrolment an alternative course may be offered depending on his/her level of attainment. 6) Examinations for the University of London s external programme are set and held by the University. Law Students must apply and duly register with the University before enrolling with Brit College. 7) Registration fees, examination fees paid to the professional or awarding bodies are separate from tuition fees and such fees must to be paid by the students to the respective awarding body on time. Failure to do so may mean that student may not be eligible to attend lecture or sit for exams. Awarding bodies may change their assessment/awarding criteria for which Brit College is not responsible. 8) It is the student s responsibility to subscribe and/or renew their membership with the relevant awarding/professional bodies. 9) Students are required to attend between hours of study per week and manage their learning plan, make progress, participate in assessments/tests and submit assignments. Failure to do so may mean re-sit, extending duration of their study and may adversely affect their immigration status. 10) The college reserves the right to refuse admission to any student or withdraw sponsorship from any student and instruct the student not to travel to the United Kingdom and/or inform the relevant authority of the college s decision. 11) The College rigorously complies with regulations and directives set by the UKBA and other relevant authorities. Students are responsible to be aware of any changing regulations in relation to his/her immigration status and its compliance. 12) Unauthorised absence of 10 expected contacts may result in a student being dismissed from the College and/ reported to the Home Office. Students will be required to provide medical evidence of illness. 43 P a g e

44 13) Students may be permitted to work a certain number of hours during term time. Holidays during term time are not permitted except for exceptional circumstances. 14) The college does not tolerate any form of harassment or bullying towards its staff, students or visitors. 15) Dishonoured cheques/missed payments will automatically mean that student loses their right of payment in instalments and would be required to pay the outstanding tuition fee at once. 16) Students who are in arrears with tuition fees may not be allowed to enter for an exam or awarded final qualification unless the arrears are fully cleared. No services will be provided (including holiday letter, employment or other letters) unless the arrears are cleared up. 17) The college reserves the right to suspend or dismiss students without refund of fees in the event of misconduct or unsatisfactory attendance/progress. 18) The college reserves the right to change the commencement date of any course and the students may be required to study at any of the college s campuses. 19) The college is not responsible for any claim made by a third party, action of a third party or any loss caused as a result of information supplied by a third party. The college takes no responsibility for personal loss, damage or stolen property. 20) The college abides by the Data Protection Act. 21) Students found deliberately giving false information or forged documents will be expelled from the college and will be reported to the appropriate authority 22) Tuition fees should be paid by Banker s draft/ Bank Transfer or UK cheque and should be made payable to Brit College Ltd. Students are advised to keep the receipt. Tuition fees MUST NOT BE PAID IN CASH to an agent. 23) The college works with independent student recruitment agents. When student selects an agent they must make sure they are trusted. 24) Refund of tuition fees: bullet No refund will be given after offering admission or issuing a CAS and the student will forfeit his/her deposit No refund will be given if a student leaves a course 75% of the tuition fee will be refunded when a course ceases to exist unless alternative course offered by the college Refunds may take up to 28 days 25) Students are to take care of their own wellbeing, safety, personal development and learning. 26) The college is committed to its equal opportunity policy and high standards of service delivery for all. 27) Student gives consent to the college s terms and conditions by signing Brit College application form. 28) Tuition fees, terms and conditions and other details are correct at the time of going to the press. *The College reserves the right to amend these Terms & Conditions at any time. 44 P a g e

45 602 Commercial Road Limehouse Lock London E14 7HS At Brit College we cut costs not quality. Our professional education courses are Ofqual recognised, accredited by reputable awarding bodies, and quality assured. We offer flexible fast track tuition to enable students to save time and get real value for money. Apply online at call +44(0) for course inquiries for course information and application details. Visit Brit College Limehouse Campus to discuss applying for a course with an advisor 45 P a g e

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