GRADUATE DIPLOMAS

GRADUATE DIPLOMAS

The University of London International Programmes offers a number of Diplomas for Graduates. UCI is offering courses for Accounting, Banking, Finance, International Development Management, Social Sciences,  and Economics.

The Diplomas for Graduates are principally intended for graduates of any discipline who, for professional or personal reasons, wish to secure a stand-alone qualification in a discipline of  Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences.  It is also for those who may wish to use the qualification as a basis for progression into postgraduate study in a related area.

  • The examinations for the Diplomas for Graduates, and the standard to which they are marked are the same as those for degrees.
  • The Diplomas for Graduates are awarded with the grading of Distinctions, Merits or Pass.
  • Each Diploma consists of four full units which must all be passed for the completion of the award.

For further details please consult prospectus of University of London International Programmes.

www.londoninternational.ac.uk

COURSE LIST

Accounting

One compulsory course

AC1025                 Principles of accounting

Two courses chosen from:

FN3092                 Corporate finance

AC3091                 Financial reporting

AC3093                 Auditing and assurance

AC3097                 Management accounting

PLUS  One 200 or 300 course (or two half courses) chosen from any

Selection group, including any course not selected above

Finance

One compulsory course

FN3092                 Corporate finance

Two courses chosen from:

AC3091                 Financial reporting

AC3093                 Auditing and assurance

FN3142                 Quantitative finance

PLUS One 200 or 300 course (or two half courses) chosen from any Selection group, including any course not selected above

Economics

Three compulsory courses:

EC2020 Elements of econometrics

EC2065 Macroeconomics

EC2066 Microeconomics

One 300 course with the prefix EC chosen from Selection group E.

International Relations

Three courses chosen from:

(At least one of which must be a 300 course)

IR1011   Introduction  to international relations

IR2085   International organisations

IR2137  Foreign policy analysis

IR3026  International political economy

IR3083   International political theory

IR3140   Security in international relations

PLUS One 300 course (or two half courses) chosen from any Selection group, including any course not selected above.

Management

Two compulsory courses

MN1178               Business and management in a global context

MN2177               Core management concepts

Two courses chosen from:

MN3032               Management science methods

MN3075               Human resource management

MN3127               Organisation theory: an interdisciplinary approach

MN3141               Principles of marketing

Social Sciences

Two compulsory courses

Four full courses (or equivalent) chosen from any of the Selection groups

(At least one of which must be a 300 course)

NOTE:   You may not choose more than one 100 course (or two half                                        courses) from Selection groups F1 or F2

You may take no more than two courses from Selection group L

International Development

DV1171                 Introduction to International Development PLUS

Two courses chosen from: (at lease one of which must be a 300

course with prefix DV)

DV3162                 Complex emergencies and humanitarian responses

DV3165 Development management

DV3166 Global envrionmental problems and ploitics

+ one 300 course chosen from any selection group including any of these options not already selected above.

 

Note:

Please refer to the most current version of the EMFSS regulations. These can be found on the University of London International Programmes website.