Edexcel Level 3 – Diploma in Business
Program Overview

With a track record built over 30 years of learner success, BTEC Nationals are widely recognized by industry and higher education as the signature vocational qualification at Level 3. They provide progression to the workplace either directly or via study at a higher level.

There is potential for the qualification to prepare learners for employment in the appropriate vocational sector and it is suitable for those who have decided that they wish to enter a particular area of work. It is broadly equivalent to two GCE A Levels.

Entry Requirements The students who have passed 10th Standard, O levels, any accredited Secondary School program are eligible to apply for Level 3.  Students aged 15 years or more but have no formal qualification can also join through Foundation Route.
Program Structure
Level 3
First Module Second Module
–    Business Environment

–    Business Resources

–    Intro to Marketing

–    Business Communication

–    Business Accounting

–    Marketing Res in Business

–    Recruitment & Selection in Bus

–    Training in Business Workplace

–    Managing Physical Resources

–    Starting a small business

–    International Business

–    Internet Marketing in Business

Assessment Structure

 

The assessment is based on assignments, subject to internal verification by the centre and external verification by the Edexcel Pearson Officials. Presentations, Research Work, Projects are also considered for Assessment.

Documents Required for Admission –  Application Form
–  Original certificates and mark sheets
–  Passport copy
–  4 photos [passport size]
Program Duration 12 months
Progression for Further Study

The candidate can progress to Level 4 and 5 and seek Higher National Diploma or join University for Bachelor in Business Administration Program.

 

Accreditation

The Edexcel Level 3 Diploma is a programme that is internationally recognised as being at the forefront of management education. The program is fully accredited by Education Authorities in UK and UAE.