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Graduate Diploma in Management

To impart in students the skills and knowledge required to perform in a managerial role.

Graduate Diploma in Management


Overview

The Graduate Diploma In Management (GDMGT) is designed to impart in students the skills and knowledge required to perform in a managerial role. This programme will contribute to the preparation of the Singapore workforce for a new economy that is globally competitive, socially complex, and increasingly volatile.

Admission Requirements

Refer to general admission criteria for graduate programmes.

Applicants with relevant work experience but with other qualifications may be considered on an individual basis.

Applicants with social outreach or volunteering experience have an added advantage.

This programme is currently unable to take in international students, i.e., you must be a Singapore citizen, permanent resident or a resident in Singapore (e.g., Employment Pass holder) in order to apply for admission.

Financial Assistance

The University offers course fee concession for some master's programmes. Please click here for more details.

Programme Structure

To graduate with the GDMGT, students are required to complete 30 credit units consisting of six compulsory core courses.

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Executives who are currently serving managerial roles in organisations and who wish to obtain a formal education in management.

GDMGT graduates gain a broad knowledge of business, finance, accounting, economics and management, as well as a range of practical skills to function effectively as business leaders and managers. GDMGT graduates can take on challenging roles/positions in a large variety of sectors, including the public, private and voluntary sectors.

  1. How long is the duration to complete the GDMGT?
    The GDMGT will take 12 months to complete.

  2. When are the lessons scheduled?
    Lessons are scheduled on 2 weekday evenings per week from 7pm to 10pm.

  3. What are the assessment components in each course?
    It consists a mixture of pre-course quiz, case discussion, participation, group-based assignments and End of Course Assessments.
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