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- March 30, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: New Zealand
Diploma in Business Enterprise is designed to meet the needs of graduates who wish to start their own business as and who want to learn about entrepreneurship, innovation and business enterprise management in an existing business at Southern Institute Of Technology. Students in the programme will not only be focused on creating new business ventures, but will also have a willingness and commitment to learn about new enterprise creation and development from theoretical and research based perspectives. This programme is run in association with the Southland Business Incubator and the Southland Chamber of Commerce. And the duration of the course is One and a half years full time.
Newzealand degree is globally recognized for its quality education. Study at New Zealand has a growing economy offering increasing job opportunities.
There is Student International Employment Assistance, helps for jobs assistance, interview skills, training advice, etc and provdes all necessary informaton. And also there are various websitelinks for job informaton.
And regarding Part-time jobs, all international students are allowed to work part time upto 20 hours per week & full time during summer holidays. NZ follows minimum wage system; current minimum wage for an employee is 12 NZ$ per hour.
Students are required to study and successfully complete the following taught papers:
1. GBE.801 - Business Enterprise Management (Level 8, 10 credits)
2. GBE.802 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Level 8, 10 credits)
3. GBE.803 - Enterprise Information Communications Technology (Level 8, 10 credits)
4. GBE.804 - Marketing for Business Enterprise Operations (Level 8, 10 credits)
5. GBE.805 - Human Resource Management in Innovation (Level 8, 10 credits)
6. GBE.806 - Financing Enterprise (Level 8, 10 credits)
7. GBE.RM – Research Methodology (Level 7, 6 credits)
The research dissertation allows students to select a topic of choice centred on an innovative, knowledge based business venture for which they formulate an initial research proposal and feasibility study (including marketing and financial plans), with a view to developing a full research based business or strategic plan which forms the major part of the dissertation proper.