Unicentre

UniCentre business program

Note:

The course structure is based on eight Trimesters (each of 13 weeks duration), with four subjects taught in each semester. It comprises:

  • 10 Compulsory – “Business Core” subjects
  • 6 “Business Elective” subjects (choose 6 subjects from a choice of 10 – subject to the rules of progression)
  • 8 General Elective (or “Specialisation”) subjects

Plus

  • up to 9 months ‘Industry Training’
  • 3 day ‘Foundation’ subject – “Applied Leadership”

To qualify for award of the degree of Bachelor of Business Management a candidate shall accrue an aggregate of at least 97 credit points, including satisfactory completion of the core subjects noted above.

Bachelor of event management

Note:

The course structure is based on nine Trimesters (each of 13 weeks duration), with four subjects taught in each semester. It comprises:

  • 10 Compulsory – “Business Core” subjects
  • 4 “Business Elective” subjects (choose 6 subjects from a choice of 10 – subject to the rules of progression)
  • 12 General Elective (or “Specialisation”) subjects

Plus

  • 1,200 hours of ‘Industry Training’
  • 3 day ‘Foundation’ subject – “Applied Leadership”

To qualify for award of the degree of Bachelor of Event Management a candidate shall accrue an aggregate of at least 97 credit points, including satisfactory completion of the core subjects noted above.

Bachelor of hospitality management

Note:

The course structure his based on nine Trimesters (each of 13 weeks duration), with four subjects taught in each semester. It comprises:

  • 10 Compulsory – “Business Core” subjects
  • 4 “Business Elective” subjects (choose 6 subjects from a choice of 10 – subject to the rules of progression)
  • 12 General Elective (or “Specialisation”) subjects

Plus

  • up to 9 months of ‘Industry Training’
  • 3 day ‘Foundation’ subject – “Applied Leadership”

To qualify for award of the degree of Bachelor of Hospitality Management a candidate shall accrue an aggregate of at least 97 credit points, including satisfactory completion of the core subjects noted above.

Bachelor of International Tourism

Note:

The course structure is based on nine Trimesters (each of 13 weeks duration), with four subjects taught in each semester. It comprises:

  • 10 Compulsory – “Business Core” subjects
  • 4 “Business Elective” subjects (choose 6 subjects from a choice of 10 – subject to the rules of progression)
  • 12 General Elective (or “Specialisation”) subjects

Plus

  • up to 9 months of ‘Industry Training’
  • 3 day ‘Foundation’ subject – “Applied Leadership”

To qualify for award of the degree of Bachelor of International Tourism a candidate shall accrue an aggregate of at least 97 credit points, including satisfactory completion of the core subjects noted above.

How to apply

Articulation* agreements at ICMS provide a formal agreement between an external partner institution and ICMS. Students who wish to ‘articulate’ to a course at ICMS from a designated program at a recognised partner institution, can receive credit for identified subjects or a group of subjects when commencing a designated ICMS program.

Step 1 enquire

Enquire through your current institution about articulating to an ICMS program.

Step 2 apply

Apply for your ICMS program and submit your academic transcripts and relevant documents as required.
Online application

Step 3 assess

ICMS will assess your application according to the criteria set out in the articulation agreement.

Step 4 accept

Students are advised of the outcome of their application within 10 working days.

DEF: *Articulationis a process that enables students to progress from a current or completed higher education qualification into an ICMS program according to the relevant articulation agreement.

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