British College Warsaw

Introduction

The British College Warsaw aims to be a leading provider of accredited training in business management, finance and accounting, Health & social Care, information technology, Hospitality management and English.

Accredited qualifications

British College Warsaw is an accredited centre of EBMA, which are considered to be most prestigious Professional Awarding Bodies of UK.

Students can choose to study full-time or part-time during evenings and weekends.

Experienced staff

The quality of our teaching staff will be reflected in the exceptional success rates our students will achieve. British College Warsaw staff will be prepared to ‘go the extra mile’ to help you succeed.

Where to study

British College Warsaw has main campus in Central Warsaw.

Location: British College Warsaw is located at a convenient location near central Warsaw and is easily accessible by tram and buses with stops in easy walking distances.

College facilities

Comfortable classrooms: We provide well equipped classrooms for both small and large group study situations.

This school offers programs in:
  • English

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Programs

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Diploma

Level 3 - 4 - Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality

Campus Full time October 2016 Poland Warsaw

<strong>The Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management</strong> is designed at Level 4. It aims to equip learners with the knowledge of tourism, its principles, advantages and disadvantages and underlines the key concepts of tourism and current practice. It provides an all-encompassing view of the impact of tourism on rural, local, national and international destinations and uses case studies to further enhance this. These units have been designed to enhance employability prospects for learners, and equip learners with the knowledge to succeed in the industry. [+]

Overview The Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed at Level 4. It aims to equip learners with the knowledge of tourism, its principles, advantages and disadvantages and underlines the key concepts of tourism and current practice. It provides an all-encompassing view of the impact of tourism on rural, local, national and international destinations and uses case studies to further enhance this. These units have been designed to enhance employability prospects for learners, and equip learners with the knowledge to succeed in the industry. Why should I embark on the EBMA Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management? EBMA’s Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management offers career progression and excellent levels of support for postgraduate students that include: Positive, constructive and helpful advice; Practicality; Realistic aims and outcomes; Impartial and Client Centred; Progression to the EBMA Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management; Structure The course is structured as follows: Unit 1: Tourism Impacts and Sustainability (15 Credits) Unit 2: Tourism Destinations (15 Credits) Unit 3: Marketing for Travel and Tourism (15 Credits) Unit 4: Financial Skills for Hospitality and Tourism (15 Credits) Assessment Assessment is through an individual assignment. In order to pass this qualification, a learner must pass an assignment of each unit according to awarding organisation requirements. Entry Requirementsv Learners must fulfil the following criteria to be permitted entry on to the course: NCF/QCF Level 3 or A Level or Any overseas qualification deemed equivalent to one of the above. Careers This qualification provides a sound introduction to the world of business, and users of this qualification will be able to progress into a variety of careers including: Holiday Representative Senior Administration Officer Receptionist Finance Administrator Customer Service Officer Reception Manager [-]

Graduate Diploma

Level 6 - Graduate Diploma in Business Administration

Campus Full time October 2016 Poland Warsaw

<strong>The Graduate Diploma in Business Administration</strong> meets the need of those wanting to gain a qualification which provides a firm grounding in business administration and a basis for further academic study. [+]

Overview The Graduate Diploma in Business Administration meets the need of those wanting to gain a qualification which provides a firm grounding in business administration and a basis for further academic study. This course focuses on the functional areas of management and administration within an organisation and how those disciplines integrate at the operational level, linking with the overall corporate strategy to achieve short, medium and long term objectives. At the end of this programme, learners will be able to Develop problem solving techniques and critical thinking skills in a business situation. Demonstrate an understanding of internal structure and external relationship for companies doing business at an international level. Demonstrate an understanding of the organisation and its management system. Examine the concept of entrepreneurship including behaviours, processes and skills relate to small business and enterprise. Manage budget and perform financial analysis to the organisations for effective decision making. Manage complex issues in the organisation to improve management practice. Perform environmental analysis for strategic marketing decision making to implement strategy. Develop managerial and leadership skills to manage team performance. Gain knowledge about the advanced economic literature and legal systems in which business operate. Understand strategic human resource techniques and tools to manage employees’ performance. Apply research methodologies for effective decision making. Develop an ability to analyse information and to identify research question and to apply advanced research techniques and tools to create new literature which is justifiable and measurable. Structure Graduate Diploma in Business Administration is an integration of the Advanced and Graduate Level Diploma. Learners need to complete all core units to a total of 240 credits to achieve the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration. Part 1: Advanced Diploma Level Unit 01: International Business (20 Credits) Unit 02: Enterprise Development and Business Planning (20 Credits) Unit 03: Strategic Management and Leadership (20 Credits) Unit 04: Macroeconomics (20 Credits) Unit 05: Human Resource Management (20 Credits) Unit 06: Managerial Finance (20 Credits) Part 2: Graduate Diploma Level Unit 09: Management Control (20 Credits) Unit 10: Management of Sales Force (20 Credits) Unit 11: Strategic Marketing Management (20 Credits) Unit 12: Business Law (20 Credits) Unit 13: Research Project including Research Methods (40 Credits) Note: EBMA Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Business Administration is awarded on completion of all Part 1 subjects. EBMA Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (120 Credits) is awarded on completion of all Part 2 subjects. Graduate Integrated Diploma in Business Administration (240 Credits) is awarded on completion of Part 1 and Part 2 subjects. Assessment Modules are typically assessed by individual assessment. Assessment involves investigative assignments to meet the assessment criteria detailed within each unit. Each unit contains 100% marks based on one assignment of 3000-3500 words. Entry Requirements Learners must fulfil the following criteria to gain admission to EBMA programme: EBMA Diploma in Administrative Management OR Any equivalent qualification. Careers The Graduate Diploma in Business Administration provides range of knowledge and skills relating to international business, entrepreneurship, management and leadership, finance, marketing, business law, sales force management and research methods for managers. Graduate can utilise those skills to find a good and well paid job in all areas of management and administration. Candidates that successfully complete the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration will progress into University Certificate stage in Master Degree. Learners can also apply to the EBMA Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration where they can progress onto the MBA/MA/MSC degree. [-]

Level 6 - Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospatility Management

Campus Full time October 2016 Poland Warsaw

<strong>The Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management</strong> is designed to meet the needs of learners who wish to establish a firm grounding in the Tourism and Hospitality sector and gain progression opportunities. This programme focuses on the functional areas of tourism and hospitality management within an organisation and how these disciplines integrate at operational level. It aims to identify links with overall corporate strategy and the achievement of short, medium and long term objectives. [+]

Overview The Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed to meet the needs of learners who wish to establish a firm grounding in the Tourism and Hospitality sector and gain progression opportunities. This programme focuses on the functional areas of tourism and hospitality management within an organisation and how these disciplines integrate at operational level. It aims to identify links with overall corporate strategy and the achievement of short, medium and long term objectives. Structure There are 240 credit points for this qualification and learners are required to complete the following units. Each unit comprises of 30 credits. Unit 1: Tourism, Concept and Practice Unit 2: Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism Unit 3: Front Office Management Unit 4: Economics for Tourist Destinations Unit 5: Human Resource Management Unit 6: Accounting for Hospitality Managers Unit 7: Organisational Context and Management Unit 8: Research Methods for Hospitality and Tourism Management Assessment Units are typically assessed by individual assessment. Each unit is assessed through an assignment of 2500-3000 words in length to meet the assessment criteria detailed within each unit. Entry Requirements The entry requirements set below are intended for guidance only, as applicants may apply with a wide variety of backgrounds and qualifications. Our recognised centres will assess all applicants to ensure they are able to meet the demands of the qualification. Candidate must fulfil at least one of the following criteria to be allowed entry to this programme, Level 3 or equivalent qualification with 1 years’ work experience in hospitality and tourism industry to get direct entry in Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management OR Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management QCF/NQF Level 4 or equivalent OR Any qualification deemed equivalent to one of the above. If you are an overseas student studying in the Poland, you must ensure that both you and the institute (study centre) meet the Polish government criteria. Applicants applying from the outside of the Poland must demonstrate the evidence of the equivalence of the qualification to a Polish degree or Equivalent. Careers Hospitality and tourism is one of the largest industries in the world. This qualification is designed to support future careers in the hospitality, tourism and leisure sectors. It prepares learners for employment in a wide range of organisations in hospitality, tourism and related industries such as culture, sport, events and leisure to work as a senior events manager, visitor attraction manager, service manager, marketing manager and an hospitality or tourism consultants. [-]

Postgraduate Diploma

Level 7 - Post Graduate Diploma Information Technology

Campus Full time October 2016 Poland Warsaw

<strong>Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology</strong> develops learners' ability to solve complex applied computing problems in Information Technology. Learners will learn to manage IT projects and find out how information technology affects society. Further, it will also create ability to learner to design, plan and organise technology-based projects that are produced on time, to high standards and within budget. [+]

Overview Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology develops learners' ability to solve complex applied computing problems in Information Technology. Learners will learn to manage IT projects and find out how information technology affects society. Further, it will also create ability to learner to design, plan and organise technology-based projects that are produced on time, to high standards and within budget. Learning Objectives By the end of this qualification, the learner will be able to: Compare methodologies for use in organisation using standaridsed framework of system development. Understand computer system, architectures and networking Design applications for mobile devices including use of wireless communication. Understand, evaluate and measure software quality and quantity in modern software engineering environment. Create security strategy to protect a system from possible and threats to hardware, software, data and the continuous operations of the system. Explore applications and implications of industrial automation and design architectures of autonomous guided vehicles. Design and develop web enabled databases and visual elements of web based project. Understand data integrity and security requirement and develop conceptual and enterprise data models. Structure The Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology (120 Credits) consists of five core units and one optional unit. The seven mandatory units include: Unit 01: Information Systems Methodologies (20 Credits) Unit 02: Mobile Communications and Programming (20 Credits) Unit 03: Advanced Software Engineering (20 Credits) Unit 04: System Management and Security (20 Credits) Unit 05: Robotics and Automation (20 Credits) One option unit can be drawn from the following list: Unit 07: Website Design (20 Credits) Unit 08: Database Systems (20 Credits) Assessment In order to pass a unit, a learner is required to submit an assignment of 2000-2500 words and to obtain minimum 50% marks according to published grading criteria. Entry Requirements Learner(s) must fulfil the following criteria to be allowed entry to EBMA programmes; Hold a degree in Information Technology or Computer Science from a Higher Education Institution in the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland, or any recognised foreign university OR EBMA Graduate Diploma in Business and Information Technology OR Any qualification equivalent to one of the above Careers Successful completion of this qualification offers wide-ranging career opportunities in the IT, health, banking, financial, engineering and construction sectors/industries. Our previous students have been successful in obtaining a suitable employment in both public and private sectors. [-]

Level 7 - Post Graduate Diploma in International Business Law

Campus Full time October 2016 Poland Warsaw

<strong>Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Law</strong> provides a coherent programme of study that enables law graduates, lawyers and those with a relevant first degree to develop a detailed knowledge and understanding of international business law at postgraduate level. [+]

Overview Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Law provides a coherent programme of study that enables law graduates, lawyers and those with a relevant first degree to develop a detailed knowledge and understanding of international business law at postgraduate level. Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Law is available to students from both a legal and non-legal background. The aim of this programme is to develop legal skills, analysis, logical thinking and knowledge that can usefully be applied in further study, legal profession and public service. It provides students with understanding of law in context of business to equip them with abilities needed to work with advance issues. Learning Objectives By the end of the qualification, learners will be able to: Understand wide ranges of subjects in the international business law. Develop an understanding for legal framework that governs the international business transactions. Demonstrate an understanding of the commercial trust law, company law, international trade law, intellectual property law, and law of financial crimes in the international business. Develop research skills and ability to write on key areas in international business law. Critically analyse legal texts. Structure Learners need to complete the following units to obtain 120 credit points: Unit 1: Commercial Trust Law Unit 2: International Trade Law Unit 3: Industrial and Intellectual Property Law Unit 4: Law of Financial Crimes Unit 5: Company Law Unit 6: Legal Research and Research Methods Assessment Modules are typically assessed by individual assessment. Assessment involves investigative assignments, presentations and action research activities. The main objective of the assessment of the Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Law will be to meet the assessment criteria detailed within each unit. Entry Requirements Learners must fulfil the following criteria to gain admission to EBMA programme: An undergraduate law degree or an equivalent qualification is usually necessary for meeting the entry requirements. Graduates from related disciplines may also apply for the Postgraduate Diploma in International Business Law if they provide evidence that they have relevant skills to study it. Careers This qualification is for those who wish to progress on to a higher level qualification for example the LLM. Moreover, Graduate of this qualification will be equipped to advice on the following matters; International commercial law Law of financial crimes International trade law Company law Industrial and intellectual property law [-]

Advanced Diploma

Level 3 - 4 - 5 - Advanced Diploma in Business Administration

Campus Full time October 2016 Poland Warsaw

<strong>The Advanced Diploma in Business Administration</strong> meets the needs of those who wish to gain a broad understanding of how administration is applied in organisations. It identifies the key characteristics of managing information systems, business analysis techniques, internal and external business structures, management control, financial management and management behaviour. It aims to develop learners’ critical thinking and problem solving skills. [+]

Overview The Advanced Diploma in Business Administration meets the needs of those who wish to gain a broad understanding of how administration is applied in organisations. It identifies the key characteristics of managing information systems, business analysis techniques, internal and external business structures, management control, financial management and management behaviour. It aims to develop learners’ critical thinking and problem solving skills. Learners undertaking this qualification will learn the basics of research including identification of a suitable research question, defining and refining research methodologies, conducting and analysing research. At the end of this programme, learners will be able to Develop administrative skills to manage information systems within the organisation. Develop problem solving techniques and critical thinking skills in a business situation. Demonstrate an understanding of internal structure and external relationship for companies doing business at an international level. Demonstrate an understanding of the management control and planning. Examine the concept of entrepreneurship including behaviours, processes and skills relate to small business and enterprise. Manage budget and perform financial analysis to the organisations for effective decision making. Manage complex issues in the organisation to improve management practice. Perform environmental analysis for strategic marketing decision making to implement strategy. Develop managerial and leadership skills to manage team performance. Gain knowledge about the advanced economic literature and legal systems in which business operate. Develop, test, implement and monitor a new project within an organisation. Understand human resource techniques and tools to manage employees’ performance and retention. Apply research methodologies for effective decision making. Develop an ability to analyse information and to identify research question and to apply advanced research techniques and tools to create new literature which is justifiable and measureable. Structure Learners need to complete twelve units to a total of 240 credits to achieve the Advanced Diploma in Business Administration. Mandatory Units: Unit 01 Designing Administrative Information Systems (20 Credits) Unit 02 Management Behaviour (20 Credits) Unit 03 Financial Analysis (20 Credits) Unit 04 International Business (20 Credits) Optional Units: Eight units can be drawn from the following list: Unit 05 Enterprise Development and Business Planning (20 Credits) Unit 06 Strategic Management and Leadership (20 Credits) Unit 07 Macroeconomics (20 Credits) Unit 08 Human Resource Development (20 Credits) Unit 09 Managerial Finance (20 Credits) Unit 10 Management Planning (20 Credits) Unit 11 Management of Sales Force (20 Credits) Unit 12 Strategic Marketing Management (20 Credits) Unit 13 Business Strategy (20 Credits) Unit 14 Company Law (20 Credits) Unit 15 Managing Project (20 Credits) Assessment Modules are typically assessed by individual assessment. The methods for assessing student performance can be broadly summarised under coursework and examination by following instructions for coursework and examinations. Both categories of assessment tool have particular functions within the learning experience of students and can be used to evaluate different aspects of learning outcomes. 70% an examination for each unit at the end of each unit. 30% an assignment of 2000-2500 words of each unit. Assessments are internally marked and moderated by the Centre and externally moderated by EBMA Entry Requirements Learner(s) must fulfill the following criteria to be allowed entry to EBMA Advanced Diploma; 2 'A' Levels plus four GCSE with 2 years relevant work experience EBMA Level 3 Certificate in Administrative Management OR Any qualification equivalent to one of the above Careers Advanced diploma in business administration prepares learners to their ideal career in business administration and management. Learners may apply to University to complete BA (Hons.) degree in business administration or management. [-]