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Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA)
Total 120 credits. Delivery Language - English.
Equivalent to Year 1 of University Master's degree. Top up of another 60 credits gives a Masters degree.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration is designed to provide in-depth knowledge and understanding of the various aspects of business management and administration. It provides a rich collaborative learning experience where learners can exchange views with other participants, interact with research active tutors and are challenged to become reflective practitioners.
This qualification provides Continuous Professional Development (CPD) to senior managers where learners evaluate their past, present and future performance. Learners will develop their views of management through team work, group interaction, case studies, business simulation and work based learning and reflection.
Drawing on personal experience and applying their newly acquired skills and knowledge are key elements of the programme, the course equips learners to be a confident, creative and capable manager, well versed in all management and administration functions with the flexibility to see situations from a fresh perspective. This course builds on a critical perspective that enables learners to explore their leadership styles, understand their strengths and weaknesses, and consider a variety of approaches to change.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration also provides its learners with realistic and appropriate career related guidance for early 21 st Century employment markets. Moreover, the Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration creates an opportunity for learners to complete their MBA degree from a UK recognised university at an advanced level.
By the end of the qualification, learners will be able to:
EUAAB students must complete 5 mandatory units and choose further 2 optional units.
Unit EXL7621: Organisational Change and Development (20 Credits)
Unit EXL7623: Financial Management (20 Credits)
Unit EXL7715: Strategic Human Resource Management (20 Credits)
Unit EXL7818: Strategic Planning (20 Credits)
Unit EXL7999: Research Methods for Managers (20 Credits)
Optional Units: (Any 2 of the 6)
Unit EXL7661: Entrepreneurship and Business Development (10 Credits)
Unit EXL7494: Business and Sustainability (10 Credits)
Unit EXL7320: Information Systems for Managers (10 Credits)
Unit EXL7348: Strategic Project Management for Managers (10 Credits)
Unit EXL7122: Operations and Supply Chain Management (10 Credits)
Unit EXL7385: International Marketing Management (10 Credits)
Modules are typically assessed by individual assessment. Assessment involves investigative assignments, presentations and action research activities. The main objective of the assessment of the Diploma in Strategic Human Resource Management will be to meet the assessment criteria detailed within each unit.
Learners must fulfil the following criteria to gain admission to EUAAB programme:
Applicants applying from outside of the EU must demonstrate the evidence of the equivalence of the qualification to a EU degree; ‘Equivalence’ to be calculated through National Recognition Information Center.
We encourage our post graduate students to contribute in various European Business Forums.
Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA) progression routes:
EUAAB PGDBA graduates gained entry to following universities and gained their masters qualification in the past three years:
Anglia Ruskin University
MA in Marketing and Innovation Top Up Degree
MBA Top Up programme
University of Northampton
MBA Top Up programme
MSc Accounting and Finance Top Up Degree
MA in HRM programme
University of West of Scotland
MBA Top Up programme
London South Bank University
MBA Full Degree
Bucks New University
MSc Global Investment and Finance
University of Bedfordshire
MBA Global Banking