Advanced Business Administration (ABA)

The Advanced Business Administration Programme offers various Specialisations and is designed for career development and employment success. The excellent Programme has many special features:

Flexible-duration: Each person who enrols/registers - who becomes a ‘Member’ of the College - has a 2-year Membership period with the College. BUT, each Member may study and complete at his or her own pace (for example, in 18 months or on 30 months - progress is flexible.)

Study Materials: High-quality Study Materials are INCLUDED within the Fee. These Study Materials for each Subject are written and prepared by experts; they will help you progress rapidly in your study, and help you gain important general and “specialist” knowledge, to help accelerate career development.

Study Exemptions: Holders of CIC Diplomas or other CIC qualifications (or similar standard qualifications with a similar syllabus from other institutions) might be allowed Study Exemption from one or more of the Core Subjects (Study Exemptions are assessed on a subject-by-subject basis).

Level: An Advanced Business Administration award is level 5+ which is equivalent to foundation and associate degrees and qualifications of similar levels.

Study Outcome: Achieving an Advanced Business Administration award demonstrates that you high-level knowledge and understanding in the specialist field studied; this provides very wide and varied high-level opportunities for appropriate career advancement in management and high-level administrative posts.

Further Study: There are many possibilities for going on to higher levels of study including to undergraduate (Bachelor and first degree) and graduate (MBA and Masters) levels of study, including to CIC’s EBA and AMBMA Programmes.

Who Should Study?: Enrolling for Advanced Business Administration Study is appropriate for men and women who want to do any of the following: (a) develop knowledge and understanding; (b) show they initiative and drive for development; (c) gain new employment or promotions to high positions; (d) achieve a successful, well-paid post of employment; (e) start and/or lead and guide to success their own businesses.

Advanced Business Administration (ABA)