The Postgraduate Certificate in Financial Administration has been designed to provide managers and business professionals with both the theoretical background and the analytical tools required to make effective, value creating business decisions. As businesses strive to succeed in this competitive global environment, the core fundamental principles of finance and their applications become of greater value and higher importance.
To be admitted to study for: the Postgraduate Certificate in Financial Administration, a person shall have: i) Passed the Graduate School of Business Management Admissions Test (GSBMAT); and, ii) A Bachelors degree from a recognised tertiary institution and a minimum of three years of significant work experience in an executive or professional position involving considerable authority and decision making; or iii) An undergraduate diploma or equivalent from a recognised tertiary institution and at least five years of significant work experience in an executive or professional position involving considerable authority and decision making; or iv) Have met the mature student admission criteria, which shall be judged on the basis of exceptional professional achievements. Programme Requirements: Each of the Postgraduate Certificates in Business Administration consists of three courses.
Courses: MBA422, MBA432, MBA436