Advance and deepen your knowledge of management. Extend your professional and managerial skills. You can choose to specialise in marketing, finance, hospitality, information systems, digital business and Innovation & entrepreneurship​​​​.

Programme outline

Graduates of the Postgraduate Diploma in Management will be able to:

  • acknowledge that the world views of leaders and managers impact how values and philosophies shape leadership and management decision making
  • communicate effectively (orally, visually and in writing) with people of different cultures
  • work effectively in bicultural and multicultural teams and exercise leadership as required
  • engage in rigorous intellectual analysis, criticism and problem-solving
  • learn independently and appreciate the need for continued learning
  • apply advanced knowledge and professional and managerial skills to practical and new situations
  • critically evaluate research literature and research findings in management studies and their application in organisations
  • identify, analyse and address ethical issues in leadership and management in practical and applied situations
  • plan, conduct and report on small-scale research projects
  • analyse and argue from evidence
  • undertake further postgraduate study

Entry criteria

Degree in relevant discipline or equivalent study/work experience
International students

Degree in relevant discipline or equivalent study/work experience

IELTS 6.5 (with no band lower than 6.0) or equivalent (including NZCEL (Academic) Level 5).

Hold a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in business or related subject OR hold a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in a discipline or subject area other than business and with relevant work experience*

*2-year work experience in a Manager or Senior Manager role in accounting, finance, marketing, hospitality, information systems, general management, or similar. A full CV / Resume is required together with supporting documents that demonstrate the nature of the employment and key responsibilities of the work performed.

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