Graduate Certificate in Designing Learning for Programmes (GCDLP)

Key Highlights

  • Appraise learning needs, the role and influence of stakeholders and the selection of types of data to provide insights in learning needs analyses
  • Design a coherent and cohesive learning programme
  • Critically discuss and assess quality and evaluation issues in learning programmes
  • Stackable towards the Master in Boundary-Crossing Learning and Leadership (MBX) degree

Programme Overview


The Graduate Certificate in Designing Learning for Programmes (GCDLP) is a 15-credit unit programme comprising three courses focusing on understanding learning needs, designing future-oriented learning programmes, and analysing quality and evaluation in different learning contexts.

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Programme Structure


Each of the courses in the GCDLP programme is 5 credit units (cu). Students who successfully complete 15 cu of coursework with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 will qualify for the award of the graduate certificate.


Compulsory Courses (15 cu)

BXL651Understanding and Analysing Learning Needs
BXL652Future-oriented Learning Design
BXL653Quality and Evaluation in Different Contexts


This is a programme with weekend classes. The minimum programme duration is 6 months.

Find out more on the admission eligibility criteria and tuition fee.

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