Level 5: Business Studies Technical Education:

Higher Diploma/Certificate in Business Administration
with English Language; Business Studies; Enterprise
Management; and the Business Leadership Management

Level 6: Graduate level:

(pre-masters education)

  • International Graduate Diploma in Business with
  • English Language and in Business Management;
  • Diploma in Graduate Education

(post-graduate education)

  • Graduate Business Administration Diploma
  • International Diploma in Business Studies
  • Graduate Diploma in Research Methods
  • Graduate Management Leadership Diploma
  • Graduate Enterprise Business and Management Diploma

Level 7: Masters level – Master Diploma in:

  • International Business Management
  • Enterprise Management Studies
  • plus, the Britannia Master Diploma in

Business Administration; and

Corporate Management Leadership

For those with senior business experience, BSB offers the:

Executive Master Diploma in Advanced: Business Management; Management Leadership

Teaching terms: (i.e. quadrimester periods) as follows:

     Term I	September to December (Christmas term)
     Term II	January to April (Easter term)
     Term III	May to August (Trinity term)

Classroom activities: (i.e. Mondays to Fridays)

class A: 9.30am to 11.00am

class B: 11.30am to 1.00pm; lunch break: 1-2pm

class C: 2.00pm to 4.00pm

As for individual study or group activities, students will be provided with a specific timetable allocation for each teaching week within the yearly term of study registration, i.e. terms I, II, and III, which covers each of the quadrimester term periods.

Students with valid registration will have access, for the duration of their course programme, to lectures and classes, database references, tutorial support, assistance with projects and course work as well as supervision provided by highly qualified professional lecturers, library and CMI's learning resources, participation in guest lecture and external events, i.e. visits to businesses organised by BSB.

BSB's teaching programmes are designed to guide students into individual as well as group classroom learning activities. BSB provides fast-track teaching delivery to suit highly motivated students looking for a shorter programme completion. Further to the class contact time, students will have to conduct personal study projects in order to enhance their skills and develop self-learning on areas of their interest. Tutors will also provide a module learning guide to students to facilitate their studies.

As BSB's modular teaching blocks can provide greater flexibility for students to learn as well as to progress satisfactorily with their studies/qualification, BSB welcomes transfer and top-ups as part of its existing range of qualifications. Application for transfer/top-ups can be initiated by students themselves or their institutions for special consideration by the BSB' Director of Studies.

By request, BSB can provide study trips to the UK (Sheffield); support research study visits; summer schools; and specialized professional training for those in the public and private sectors seeking to advance their career prospects and employability.

                BSB: award classification 

Average %

Grade Result

Class- Award

Note:

85 and over

Pass

Honours

‘Honours-Plus’ if all grades and their average are above 85; ‘Honours’ for an overall average above 75 and all module grades above 70.

70 and over

Pass

Distinction

‘Distinction-Plus’ if all grades and their average are above 70; ‘Distinction’ for an overall average above 65 and all module grades above 60.

55 and over

Pass

Merit

‘Merit-Plus’ if all grades and their average are above 55; ‘Merit’ for an overall average above 50 and all module grades above 45.

40 and over

Pass

Standard

‘Standard’ if all grades and their average are equal or above 40.

below 40

Non-award

Unmarked

Obs: Re-take modules, including the dissertation or projects. These can be repeated only once after re-registration has been approved by the Board of Studies.

  
      BSB: course - module credits

Level

Activities / course programmes (*)

Major Core modules

Credit(s)

Course hours (up to)

Unit

Total

5

Summer-School

1

2.5

2.5

7.5

5

Pre-Sessional

1

10

10

30

5

(Technical Level) modules/units case report

8 1

10 10

90

270

6

(Pre-Masters) modules/units and/or diary report

8 1

15 15

135

360

6

(Post-Graduate) modules/units project dissertation

9 1

15 45

180

360

7

(Masters Level) module/units thesis/dissertation

9 1

15 45

180

360

8

(Doctoral Thesis) core modules seminar units doctoral thesis

6 3 1

20 20 360

540

1620

(*) For levels 5, 6 and 7, the module/units are also covered by the CMI programme and they qualify for exemption from the BSB’s module/units apart from the project/dissertation which is required before completing successfully the full course.

As for level 8, CMI plus BSB registration, it is possible to undertake the seminar units along with the core modules, or after; however, students can only proceed to the thesis stage provided they have obtained marks/assessment for the seminar units equal of above the 'Merit' level and having an overall average equal or above 'Distinction'; below these results, the award will be of a Master Diploma in Advanced Management Studies. 
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