A dynamic addition to the spectrum of management programmes on offer is the Bachelor of Management Leadership (BML) aimed at working adult learners. This qualification is based on experiential learning and the assessment and recognition of prior learning. The objective of the BML is to deliver a new generation of formally qualified and innovative managerial leaders equipped to excel in and add value to today's corporate and business environment. The BML programme was developed in collaboration with the School for New Learning at De Paul University in Chicago.
MODES OF DELIVERY
Face to face
The programme is offered on campus on a part-time basis. Students attend classes on Friday afternoons from 13:00 - 18:00
Online - one intake per year in July
The Business School has an online option that will bring the learning right to your doorstep. Except for the introductory Portfolio Development Course and a full week contact session once per year on campus, the BML programme is presented online
Students attend classes on campus once a term for a full week
MINIMUM ADMISSION AND ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Over and above the Rules regarding admission to this University, the following specific entrance requirements must be met:
23 years of age
A permanent work appointment
(a) An endorsed senior certificate with at least 2 years working experience, or
(b) A senior certificate with at least 2 years working experience, or
(c) A grade 10 certificate with at least 5 years working experience, or
(d) A certificate with conditional exemption issued by the Matriculation Board with at least 2 years' working experience
(e) An equivalent qualification
Proficiency in English
Proficiency in Mathematics
Adequate computer literacy
Students admitted to the BML programme in terms of 3 (b), 3(c), 3(d) or 3(e) must complete an additional module, BMLB3710/BMLB3720.
When a student has successfully completed BMLB3710/BMLB3720 the university will apply for a certificate of exemption in terms of admission approved by the Senate of the university.
Admission tests must be written by all applicants. A review committee will consider all applications and a policy of limited enrollment will be practiced.
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