Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre (MISTC)

Introduction

Founded in 1973, the Marketing Institute of Singapore (MISTC), a not-for-profit organisation, is the National Body for Sales and Marketing. Over the years, MISTC has nurtured more than 50,000 sales and marketing practitioners through its professional learning and development programmes and provided ample networking opportunities for thousands of members through its diverse series of events.

Continuing Education Services

Providing A Nurturing Environment for Academic and Personal Excellence

A leading Private Education Institution (PEI) in Singapore and the region, with its wide range of programmes in different specialisations, MIS Training Centre offers students a quality and holistic education by imparting comprehensive knowledge in the different aspects of business. Driven by a strong vision of Creating and Connecting Marketers, the Institute believes in promoting marketing as a philosophy and developing students holistically within a robust academic framework. The qualifications awarded by MISTC are well-regarded and recognised, especially in the fields of Business Management, Sales and Marketing.

Membership Services

Connecting a Community of Marketers

MIS is the one place that connects you to the largest fraternity of sales & marketing professionals in Singapore. Through the regular, high-quality networking events it organises, the Institute has become a hub where marketers congregate, network and exchange knowledge. Whether you are looking to expand your network of like-minded peers, or keen to build your knowledge in the dynamic field of marketing, we have the connections to steer you and your organisation in the right direction.

Executive Development Services

Continuous Training, Learning & Development for Professionals and Corporations

MIS also plays a leading role in providing training, learning & development solutions to professionals and corporations in Singapore and around the region. A comprehensive range of Executive Development Programmes is offered that caters to the skills upgrading and professional development needs of executives and managers to keep themselves abreast with industry trends, knowledge and skills. Its custom-designed training programmes also help organisations identify gaps in their workforce competencies and optimise training ROI by tailoring a curriculum to its specific training needs & goals.

Continuing Education Services

Providing A Nurturing Environment for Academic and Personal Excellence

A leading Private Education Institution (PEI) in Singapore and the region, with its wide range of programmes in different specialisations, MIS Training Centre offers students a quality and holistic education by imparting comprehensive knowledge in the different aspects of business. Driven by a strong vision of Creating and Connecting Marketers, the Institute believes in promoting marketing as a philosophy and developing students holistically within a robust academic framework. The qualifications awarded by MISTC are well-regarded and recognised, especially in the fields of Business Management, Sales and Marketing.

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Courses

English Preparatory Programmes (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 3 months August 2016 Singapore

The English Preparatory Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. It is designed to take students from an elementary grasp of English up to a proficient level of fluency. It follows a communicative approach to... [+]

English Preparatory Programmes (Full-Time) The English Preparatory Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. It is designed to take students from an elementary grasp of English up to a proficient level of fluency. It follows a communicative approach to learning English which develops confidence and understanding while at the same time is fun and rewarding. The syllabus contains many ‘real world' situations and examples that are relevant to students in the modern world. At the same time there is still emphasis on the importance of accuracy in English use. Programme Objective Having successfully completed the English Preparatory Programme, students will be able to: Further their knowledge of English Grammar and become more familiar and confident with Grammar and sentence structures. Gain the required vocabulary for everyday life and further courses. Write reports, make presentations, take notes well, produce formal and informal letters and make balanced arguments. Examinations & Assessment All students are required to sit for a written examination for all modules at the end of each term. Students must fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the examinations. The candidate will be allowed to sit for a supplementary examination(s) for the module(s) that they have failed in the main examination. However, a supplementary examination fee of S$100.00 (subject to prevailing GST rate) per module is applicable. To repeat a failed level, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. All examination questions and the marking of scripts will be moderated and/or examined by the Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Examination Board before they are released to students. The decision of the Board is final and no correspondence will be entertained. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all assessments and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate of Completion. Programme Structure & Curriculum There are 4 Levels in the English Preparatory programme and is available only on a full-time basis. Each level can be completed within 3 months. Classes are usually held daily (Mondays to Fridays) from 9.30am to 12.30pm, and from 1.30pm – 4.30pm. Contact hours: 210 hours per level. PE101 Preparatory English - Elementary (Level 1) During the Elementary level students will gain an understanding of the basic building blocks of English language. It provides a foundation in the structure of the language by gradually building students' understanding of the basic grammar, vocabulary and functions of English. Highlights of the course include: basic English tenses, question forms, functional English, social situations, agreeing and disagreeing, informal letter writing skills and filling in forms. PE201 Preparatory English - Pre-intermediate (Level 2) The Pre-Intermediate level continues from where the Elementary level left off. It will build upon the foundations that were laid before. Students' understanding of English and confidence in using English will be widened and their ability to use the language for communicative purposes will be extended. Highlights of the course include: past and future tenses, modal verbs, adjectives and adverbs, comparing and contrasting, articles, word forms, natural English, directions, making suggestions, giving presentations and basic essay writing skills. PE301 Preparatory English - Intermediate (Level 3) At the Intermediate level, students will raise their ability to use the English language to new heights. They will further consolidate their grasp of grammatical areas of English. They will be highly motivated by the challenging yet rewarding task-based learning that appears during the course. They will start to look at English in the world of work and higher learning therefore preparing them for their needs in the future. Highlights of the course include: use of passive constructions, phrasal verbs, conditional structures, use of conjunctions, sequencing, adverbial phrases, complaining and apologising, expressing quantity, giving opinions, formal letters, and common essay structures. PE401 Preparatory English - Upper Intermediate (Level 4) During the Upper-Intermediate level, students will have greater independence in their learning of the English language. Students will have an in-depth knowledge of all areas of the English form. They will begin to familiarize themselves with the use of English in the area of business. Group work and problem solving skills are improved through the completion of various tasks therefore ensuring students' readiness to go onto further study. Highlights of the course include: relative clauses, reported and direct speech, past conditionals, consolidation of all English tenses, indirect questions, idioms and phrasal verbs, interviewing skills, debating and discussing, improving presentations, application letters and resumes, report writing and editing newsletters. Entry Requirements Prospective students are required to take an English Placement Test to assess their English proficiency and thereafter they will be placed accordingly in the appropriate level of the English Preparatory Programme.Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 12 years old Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Preparatory Programme for International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

Campus Full time 3 months August 2016 Singapore

The Preparatory Programme for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an intensive preparatory programme that gives students the confidence and skills to get the results they need in the IELTS test, particularly to meet the English Language requirements for admission to the academic programmes of Universities and PEIs. This course is not suitable if student have little or no knowledge of English, the... [+]

Preparatory Programme for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) The Preparatory Programme for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an intensive preparatory programme that gives students the confidence and skills to get the results they need in the IELTS test, particularly to meet the English Language requirements for admission to the academic programmes of Universities and PEIs. This course is not suitable if student have little or no knowledge of English, the English Preparatory Programme is more relevant in this case. Programme Objective The Preparatory Programme for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) aims to give students the confidence and skills they need to get their desired results in the IELTS test. Students will receive the necessary practices, feedback and test-taking techniques to be fully prepared for each section of the IELTS test. Examinations & Assessment The Preparatory Programme for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) covers four IELTS Test Components: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Classes may take a variety of forms including class participation, debates, and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students). Programme Structure & Curriculum The Preparatory Programme for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a 3-month full-time programme, with a total of 150 contact hours. Classes are usually held daily (Monday to Friday) either from 9.30am to 12.30pm, or from 2.00pm – 5.00pm. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate of Completion. Entry Requirements All applicants mus possess: Prospective students are required to take an English Placement Test and achieve a score of 61% and above or an IELTS score of 5.0 or its equivalent. The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma

Diploma in Business (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Diploma in Business is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills in the whole arena of business operations, and to further their career... [+]

Diploma in Business (Full-Time) The Diploma in Business is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills in the whole arena of business operations, and to further their career. Programme Objective The Diploma in Business programme aims to provide students with a holistic view of the business process and to equip them with the knowledge and skills in the professional practices of business operations. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Business and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip B.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 222 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of *Integrated Learning Project which is conducted over 2 sessions. The details are as follows: Modules Principles of Management Understanding Business and Economic Environment Business Statistics *Integrated Learning Project Principles of Marketing Financial and Managerial Accounting Business Law *This module is only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from this module. The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Business (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 8 months August 2016 Singapore

The Diploma in Business is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills in the whole arena of business operations and to further their career... [+]

Diploma in Business (Part-Time) The Diploma in Business is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills in the whole arena of business operations and to further their career. Programme Objective The Diploma in Business programme aims to provide students with a holistic view of the business process and to equip them with the knowledge and skills in the professional practices of business operations. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Business and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip B.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 8-month part-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 216 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Principles of Management Understanding Business and Economic Environment Business Statistics Principles of Marketing Financial and Managerial Accounting Business Law The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Business Management (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 18 months August 2016 Singapore

The Diploma in Business Management (DBM) is a professional business management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in a business environment, and to advance their career goal... [+]

Diploma in Business Management (Part-Time) The Diploma in Business Management (DBM) is a professional business management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in a business environment, and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The programme aims to provide students with a broad based education in business management. Through a selection of core business modules, students will be equipped with modern business principles and concepts and be trained on developing balanced qualitative and quantitative skills that are required in a practical oriented environment. In addition, there is also strong emphasis on building essential lifelong skills such as communication, cultural-thinking, team-working and interpersonal abilities. The programme prepares students with a global mindset who can then contribute effectively and productively in a competitive business world. Examinations & Assessment All students are required to sit for a written examination for all modules at the end of each term. Students must fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. The candidate will be allowed to sit for the supplementary examination(s) for the module(s) that they have failed in the main examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. Students may re-module any single module up to a maximum of two times. However, the student must complete the DBM programme within three years from the intake he/she is registered in. All examination questions and the marking of scripts will be moderated and/or examined by the Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Examination Board before they are released to students. The decision of the Board is final and no correspondence will be entertained. Award of Certificate Students who paid all the necessary fees and passed all examinations shall be awarded the Diploma in Business Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip B M” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This 18-months part-time programme covers 12 modules over 5 semesters, which will be delivered with a total of 432 contact hours. The details are as follows: Modules Principles of Marketing Principles of Management Principles of Economics Financial and Managerial Accounting Business Law Business Statistics Business Information Systems Human Resource Management International Management Business Ethics Business Research Methods Business Policy and Strategy The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. Classes are held two to three times a week from 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm on weekdays. Delivery mode involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Digital Marketing (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 9 months August 2016 Singapore

The Diploma in Digital Marketing is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also in the niche field of digital marketing, and to further their career... [+]

Diploma in Digital Marketing (Full-Time) The Diploma in Digital Marketing is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also in the niche field of digital marketing, and to further their career. Programme Objective The Diploma in Digital Marketing programme aims to provide students with a holistic view of the business process, and at the same time develop broader knowledge in digital marketing strategies. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Digital Marketing and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip D.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 9-month full-time programme, covering 8 modules over 3 semesters with a total of 297 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of *DB100 Integrated Learning Project and *DDM200 Integrated Learning Project which are conducted over 2 sessions for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Principles of Management Understanding Business and Economic Environment Business Statistics *Integrated Learning Project Principles of Marketing Financial and Managerial Accounting Business Law **Introduction to Digital Marketing **Advanced Topics in Digital Marketing */**Integrated Learning Project The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. *These modules are only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from these modules. **Students must have successfully completed DB100, DB101, DB102, DB103, DB104, DB105 and DB106 as pre-requites before taking on DDM201 Introduction to Digital Marketing, DDM204 Advanced Topics in Digital Marketing and DDM200 Integrated Learning Project. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Digital Marketing (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 12 months August 2016 Singapore

The Diploma in Digital Marketing is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also in the niche field of digital marketing, and to further their career... [+]

Diploma in Digital Marketing (Part-Time) The Diploma in Digital Marketing is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also in the niche field of digital marketing, and to further their career. Programme Objective The Diploma in Digital Marketing programme aims to provide students with a holistic view of the business process, and at the same time develop broader knowledge in digital marketing strategies. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Digital Marketing and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip D.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 12-month part-time programme, covering 8 modules over 3 semesters with a total of 288 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Principles of Management Understanding Business and Economic Environment Business Statistics Principles of Marketing Financial and Managerial Accounting Business Law **Introduction to Digital Marketing **Advanced Topics in Digital Marketing The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. **Students must have successfully completed DB100, DB101, DB102, DB103, DB104, DB105 and DB106 as pre-requites before taking on DDM201 Introduction to Digital Marketing and DDM204 Advanced Topics in Digital Marketing. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Marketing Management (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 9 months August 2016 Singapore

The Diploma in Marketing Management is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also specifically in the field of marketing management, and to further their career... [+]

Diploma in Marketing Management (Full-Time) The Diploma in Marketing Management is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also specifically in the field of marketing management, and to further their career. Programme Objective The Diploma in Marketing Management programme aims to provide students with a holistic view of the business process, and at the same time be equipped with the broader knowledge in managing the marketing functions. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Marketing Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip M.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 9-month full-time programme, covering 8 modules over 3 semesters with a total of 297 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of *DB100 Integrated Learning Project and *DMM200 Integrated Learning Project which are conducted over 2 sessions for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Principles of Management Understanding Business and Economic Environment Business Statistics *Integrated Learning Project Principles of Marketing Financial and Managerial Accounting Business Law **Consumer Behaviour **Strategic Marketing */**Integrated Learning Project The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. *These modules are only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from these modules. **Students must have successfully completed DB100, DB101, DB102, DB103, DB104, DB105 and DB106 as pre-requites before taking on DMM203 Consumer Behaviour, DMM206 Strategic Marketing and DMM200 Integrated Learning Project. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Marketing Management (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 12 months August 2016 Singapore

The Diploma in Marketing Management is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also specifically in the field of marketing management, and to further their career... [+]

Diploma in Marketing Management (Part-Time) The Diploma in Marketing Management is specially designed for those who wish to acquire or upgrade their knowledge and skills not only in the arena of business operations but also specifically in the field of marketing management, and to further their career. Programme Objective The Diploma in Marketing Management programme aims to provide students with a holistic view of the business process, and at the same time be equipped with the broader knowledge in managing the marketing functions. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Marketing Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip M.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 12-month part-time programme, covering 8 modules over 3 semesters with a total of 288 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Principles of Management Understanding Business and Economic Environment Business Statistics Principles of Marketing Financial and Managerial Accounting Business Law **Consumer Behaviour **Strategic Marketing The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. **Students must have successfully completed DB100, DB101, DB102, DB103, DB104, DB105 and DB106 as pre-requites before taking on DMM203 Consumer Behaviour and DMM206 Strategic Marketing. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 12 months August 2016 Singapore

This Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (DSMM) is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in sales and marketing, and to further their career. Previously known as DSM, it is widely recognised in Singapore as the professional sales or marketing manager's passport to a career in sales or marketing for over 20 years... [+]

Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (Full-Time) This Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (DSMM) is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in sales and marketing, and to further their career. Previously known as DSM, it is widely recognised in Singapore as the professional sales or marketing manager's passport to a career in sales or marketing for over 20 years. The change of the award name to include “management” effective from 2011 provides an accurate representation of the management orientation subjects in the programme. The diploma is one of the Institute's flagship programmes and regarded as the leading programme of its class in Singapore. Programme Objective The DSMM programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards sales and marketing. It covers all relevant topics that an informed sales and marketing professional needs to know, as well as providing insights to issues faced in strategic, tactical and administrative marketing. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the final exams (end-course assessment component) in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip S M M” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This 12-month full-time programme covers 12 modules over 4 semesters with a total of 222 contact hours. The details are as follows: Modules Marketing Principles Statistics for Marketing Business Economics *Integrated Learning Consumer Behaviour Financial and Managerial Accounting Sales Management Management and Organisation Marketing Practices and Business Law Marketing Research International Marketing Marketing Communications Strategic Marketing: Case Analysis and Decisions *This module is only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from this module. The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 18 months August 2016 Singapore

This Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (DSMM) is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in sales and marketing, and to further their career. Previously known as DSM, it is widely recognised in Singapore as the professional sales or marketing manager's passport to a career in sales or marketing for over 20 years. The change of the award... [+]

Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (Part-Time) This Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management (DSMM) is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in sales and marketing, and to further their career. Previously known as DSM, it is widely recognised in Singapore as the professional sales or marketing manager's passport to a career in sales or marketing for over 20 years. The change of the award name to include “management” effective from 2011 provides an accurate representation of the management orientation subjects in the programme. The diploma is one of the Institute's flagship programmes and regarded as the leading programme of its class in Singapore. Programme Objective The DSMM programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards sales and marketing. It covers all relevant topics that an informed sales and marketing professional needs to know, as well as providing insights to issues faced in strategic, tactical and administrative marketing. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the final exams (end-course assessment component) in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. All students are required to fullfill the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Diploma in Sales and Marketing Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Dip S M M” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This 18-month part-time programme covers 12 modules over 5 semesters, with a total of 432 contact hours. The details are as follows: Modules Marketing Principles Statistics for Marketing Business Economics Consumer Behaviour Financial and Managerial Accounting Sales Management Management and Organisation Marketing Practices and Business Law Marketing Research International Marketing Marketing Communications Strategic Marketing: Case Analysis and Decisions The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O’ level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Certificate

Advanced Diploma in Business Management (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Business Management is a professional business management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in a wider context of the business environment and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Business Management (Full-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Business Management is a professional business management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in a wider context of the business environment and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Business Management programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards business management. Students will have a deeper understanding of the various functional areas of business management as well as insights to issues faced in strategic, tactical and administrative management. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Business Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip B.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 222 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of *ADB200 Integrated Learning Project which is conducted over 2 sessions. The details are as follows: Modules Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Business Information Systems *Integrated Learning Project Global Management Integrated Marketing Communications Strategic Management *This module is only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exception from this module. The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 6.0, iBT TOEFL 60-78, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 19 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Graduate Diploma

Graduate Diploma in Business Management (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months September 2016 Singapore

The Graduate Diploma in Business Management (GDBM) programme has been designed to prepare students to achieve a business organisation's sustainable strategic advantage and maintain its effectiveness. It aims to develop critical thinking, problem solving and decision skills that are used in managing a successful business and to work effectively with different organisations and cultures. The programme is of particular interest to... [+]

Graduate Diploma in Business Management (Full-Time) The Graduate Diploma in Business Management (GDBM) programme has been designed to prepare students to achieve a business organisation's sustainable strategic advantage and maintain its effectiveness. It aims to develop critical thinking, problem solving and decision skills that are used in managing a successful business and to work effectively with different organisations and cultures. The programme is of particular interest to people aspiring to middle level managerial roles in large organisations and for those who have a leadership role in smaller organisations. It will also benefit small business owners or entrepreneurs who need the know-how in managing a profitable business. Programme Objective This programme provides an in-depth focus on the key business management functions and allows for the acquisition of specialist functional skills and knowledge. At the end of the programme, the student is able to: Explain the principles, concepts and techniques of business management. Apply the specialist knowledge of business management of organisations in both the private and public sectors. Demonstrate the ability to draw on the specialised knowledge covered in the programme contents. Examinations & Assessment All students are required to sit for a written examination for all modules at the end of each term. Students must fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. The candidate will be allowed to sit for the supplementary examination(s) for the module(s) that they have failed in the main examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. A student may only re-sit the same module twice. However, the student must complete the GDM course within three years of registration, which is from the commencement of the first semester. All examination questions and the marking of scripts will be moderated and/or examined by the Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Examination Board before they are released to students. The decision of the Board is final and no correspondence will be entertained. Award of Certificate Students who paid all the necessary fees and passed all examinations shall be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Business Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Grad Dip B M” after their names Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme consisting of 6 modules which will be delivered over two semesters, with a total of 216 contact hours. The delivery structure will be as follows: Modules Marketing Management Human Resource Management and Development Operations Management Financial Management Strategic Management International Business Management The delivery of modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week from 9.30am to 12.30pm, and/or from 2.00pm – 5.00pm on weekdays with a total of 36 contact hours per module. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 6.0, iBT TOEFL 60-78, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 19 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Graduate Diploma in Marketing (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months September 2016 Singapore

The Graduate Diploma in Marketing (GDM) is specially designed for working professionals who wish to pursue a career in marketing. A balanced mix of marketing knowledge will be taught to prepare participants to meet the growing challenges and demands of a marketing career... [+]

Graduate Diploma in Marketing (Full-Time) The Graduate Diploma in Marketing (GDM) is specially designed for working professionals who wish to pursue a career in marketing. A balanced mix of marketing knowledge will be taught to prepare participants to meet the growing challenges and demands of a marketing career. Programme Objective The objective of the GDM programme is to provide a sound understanding of marketing concepts and skills that are essential in decision-makings. Examinations & Assessment All students are required to sit for a written examination for all modules at the end of each term. Students must fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. The candidate will be allowed to sit for the supplementary examination(s) for the module(s) that they have failed in the main examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. A student may only re-sit the same module twice. However, the student must complete the GDM course within three years of registration, which is from the commencement of the first semester. All examination questions and the marking of scripts will be moderated and/or examined by the Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Examination Board before they are released to students. The decision of the Board is final and no correspondence will be entertained. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Marketing and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Grad Dip M” after their name. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme consisting of 6 modules which will be delivered over two semesters, with a total of 216 contact hours. Modules Marketing Management Capstone Project* Marketing Communications Global Marketing Internet Marketing Strategic Marketing: Case Analysis The delivery of modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. *Capstone project runs over two semesters, beginning in the first semester. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week from 0930 to 1230 hours, and/or from 1400 to 1700 ours on weekdays with a total of 216 contact hours. Lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 6.0, iBT TOEFL 60-78, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 19 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Graduate Diploma in Marketing (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 12 months September 2016 Singapore

The Graduate Diploma in Marketing (GDM) is specially designed for working professionals who wish to pursue a career in marketing. A balanced mix of marketing knowledge will be taught to prepare participants to meet the growing challenges and demands of a marketing career... [+]

Graduate Diploma in Marketing (Part-Time) The Graduate Diploma in Marketing (GDM) is specially designed for working professionals who wish to pursue a career in marketing. A balanced mix of marketing knowledge will be taught to prepare participants to meet the growing challenges and demands of a marketing career. Programme Objective The objective of the GDM programme is to provide a sound understanding of marketing concepts and skills that are essential in decision-makings. Examinations & Assessment All students are required to sit for a written examination for each modules at the end of each term. Students must fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Candidate will be allowed to sit for the supplementary examination(s) for the module(s) that they have failed in the main examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module fee and attend classes before he/she is considered eligible to take the examination. Students may re-module any single module up to a maximum of two times. However, the student must complete the GDM course within three years of registration, which is from the commencement of the first semester. All examination questions and the marking of scripts will be moderated and/or examined by the Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Examination Board before they are released to students. The decision of the Board is final and no correspondence will be entertained. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Marketing and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Grad Dip M” after their name. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 12-month part-time programme consisting of 6 modules which will be delivered over three semesters with a total of 216 contact hours. Modules Marketing Management Marketing Communications Global Marketing Internet Marketing Strategic Marketing: Case Analysis Capstone Project* The delivery of modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. *Capstone project runs over two semesters, beginning in the second semester. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually conducted two to three times a week on weekday evenings. Lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 6.0, iBT TOEFL 60-78, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 19 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma

Advanced Diploma in Business Management (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 8 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Business Management is a professional business management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in a wider context of the business environment and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Business Management (Part-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Business Management is a professional business management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in a wider context of the business environment and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Business Management programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards business management. Students will have a deeper understanding of the various functional areas of business management as well as insights to issues faced in strategic, tactical and administrative management. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Business Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip B.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 8-month part-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 216 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Business Information Systems Global Management Integrated Marketing Communications Strategic Management The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 6.0, iBT TOEFL 60-78, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 19 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing is a professional digital marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in digital marketing and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing (Full-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing is a professional digital marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in digital marketing and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing programme aims to equip students with the specialised knowledge and skills to plan, implement, measure and evaluate digital marketing strategies, and how these can contribute to building and sustaining successful and integrated digital marketing campaigns. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip D.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 222 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of Integrated Learning Project which is conducted over 2 sessions. The details are as follows: Modules Introduction to Digital Marketing Digital Marketing Communications Consumer Behaviour *Integrated Learning Project Advanced Topics in Digital Marketing Strategic Marketing Capstone Project: Digital Marketing Planning and Strategy *This module is only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from this module. The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 8 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing is a professional digital marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in digital marketing and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing (Part-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing is a professional digital marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in digital marketing and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing programme aims to equip students with the specialised knowledge and skills to plan, implement, measure and evaluate digital marketing strategies, and how these can contribute to building and sustaining successful and integrated digital marketing campaigns. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Digital Marketing and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip D.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 8-month part-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 216 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Introduction to Digital Marketing Digital Marketing Communications Consumer Behaviour Advanced Topics in Digital Marketing Strategic Marketing Capstone Project: Digital Marketing Planning and Strategy The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE is a professional events management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in events management and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE (Full-Time) The Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE is a professional events management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in events management and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards events management. Students will be equipped with management principles as well as operations perspectives of managing events and MICE businesses. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module.To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip I.E.M.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 222 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of *ADE200 Integrated Learning Project which is conducted over 2 sessions. The details are as follows: Modules Event Marketing Tourism and Event Management Research for Event and MICE Management *Integrated Learning Project Human Resource Management Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) Management Capstone Project: International Event Planning and Development *This module is only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from this module. The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 8 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE is a professional events management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in events management and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE (Part-Time) The Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE is a professional events management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in events management and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards events management. Students will be equipped with management principles as well as operations perspectives of managing events and MICE businesses. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module.To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in International Events Management and MICE and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip I.E.M.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 8-month part-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 216 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Event Marketing Tourism and Event Management Research for Event and MICE Management Human Resource Management Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) Management Capstone Project: International Event Planning and Development The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in marketing, and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management (Full-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in marketing, and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards marketing. It covers all relevant topics that an informed marketing professional needs to know, as well as providing insights to issues faced in strategic, tactical and administrative marketing. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip M.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 222 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of *ADM200 Integrated Learning Project which is conducted over 2 sessions. The details are as follows: Modules Research for Marketing Decisions Sales Management Consumer Behaviour *Integrated Learning Project Global Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications Strategic Marketing *This module is only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from this module. The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 8 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in marketing, and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management (Part-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management is a professional marketing programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in marketing, and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards marketing. It covers all relevant topics that an informed marketing professional needs to know, as well as providing insights to issues faced in strategic, tactical and administrative marketing. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Marketing Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip M.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 8-month part-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 216 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Research for Marketing Decisions Sales Management Consumer Behaviour Global Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications Strategic Marketing The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management is a professional tourism and hospitality management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in tourism and hospitality management and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Full-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management is a professional tourism and hospitality management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in tourism and hospitality management and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards tourism and hospitality management. Students will be equipped with an integrated knowledge of management principles and the operations of the Tourism and Hospitality industry. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module.To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip T.H.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 222 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module, with the exception of Integrated Learning Project which is conducted over 2 sessions. The details are as follows: Modules Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality Tourism and Event Management Research for Tourism and Hospitality Management *Integrated Learning Project Human Resource Management Tourism Destination Management Capstone Project: Tourism and Hospitality Management *This module is only applicable for full-time programme. Students with working experience of at least 1 year period in Singapore are exempted from this module. The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 8 months August 2016 Singapore

The Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management is a professional tourism and hospitality management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in tourism and hospitality management and to advance their career goal... [+]

Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Part-Time) The Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management is a professional tourism and hospitality management programme specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in tourism and hospitality management and to advance their career goal. Programme Objective The Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management programme aims to provide students with a managerial orientation towards tourism and hospitality management. Students will be equipped with an integrated knowledge of management principles and the operations of the Tourism and Hospitality industry. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module.To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management and be allowed to use the designatory letters “Adv Dip T.H.M.” after their names. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 8-month part-time programme, covering 6 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 216 contact hours. 12 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality Tourism and Event Management Research for Tourism and Hospitality Management Human Resource Management Tourism Destination Management Capstone Project: Tourism and Hospitality Management The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess : Mature applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.5, iBT TOEFL 46-59, or a pass in GCE ‘O' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum Age Requirement : 17 years old The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate

Certificate in Business Studies (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in Business Studies is a basic business qualification specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal business training but who wish to pursue a career in business... [+]

Certificate in Business Studies (Full-Time) The Certificate in Business Studies is a basic business qualification specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal business training but who wish to pursue a career in business. Programme Objective The Certificate in Business Studies programme aims to provide students with a sound knowledge of the basic concepts and principles needed in a business environment. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in Business Studies. Programme Structure & Curriculum This 6-month full-time programme covers 4 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 120 contact hours. The details are as follows: Modules Introduction to Management Introduction to Marketing Introduction to Accounting Understanding People in Organisations The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to six times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.0, iBT TOEFL 35-45, or a pass in GCE ‘N' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 16 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in Business Studies (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in Business Studies is a basic business qualification specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal business training but who wish to pursue a career in business... [+]

Certificate in Business Studies (Part-Time) The Certificate in Business Studies is a basic business qualification specially designed for those who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal business training but who wish to pursue a career in business. Programme Objective The Certificate in Business Studies programme aims to provide students with a sound knowledge of the basic concepts and principles needed in a business environment. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations / tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in Business Studies. Programme Structure & Curriculum This 6-month part-time programme covers 4 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 120 contact hours. The details are as follows: Modules Introduction to Management Introduction to Marketing Introduction to Accounting Understanding People in Organisations The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.0, iBT TOEFL 35-45, or a pass in GCE ‘N' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 16 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in English (Advanced)

Campus Full time 2 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency... [+]

Certificate in English (Advanced) The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency. It follows a communicative approach to learning English which develops confidence and understanding while at the same time is fun and rewarding. The syllabus contains many ‘real world' situations and examples that are relevant to students in the modern world. At the same time there is still emphasis on the importance of accuracy in English use. Programme Objective At the end of the Certificate in English (Advanced) programme, students should be able to: Use the English language confidently with proper use of grammar and sentence structures. Further gain more vocabulary and phrases for various aspect of life, especially in the area of business. Be ready to go onto higher learning. Examinations & Assessment Classes may take a variety of forms including class participation, debates, report and essay writings, oral presentations, and listening exercises. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the programme. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the programme. To repeat a failed programme, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. . All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in English (Advanced). Programme Structure & Curriculum The Certificate in English (Advanced) programme is a 2-month full-time programme, with a total of 120 contact hours. Classes are usually held daily (Monday to Friday) either from 9.30am to 1.30pm, or from 2.00pm – 6.00pm. Entry Requirements Prospective students are required to take an English Placement Test and achieve a score of 80-85% or pass the Certificate in English (Upper Intermediate) course. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 15 years old Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in English (Foundation)

Campus Full time 2 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency... [+]

Certificate in English (Foundation) The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency. It follows a communicative approach to learning English which develops confidence and understanding while at the same time is fun and rewarding. The syllabus contains many ‘real world' situations and examples that are relevant to students in the modern world. At the same time there is still emphasis on the importance of accuracy in English use. Programme Objective At the end of the Certificate in English (Foundation) programme, students should be able to: Understand basic English grammar concepts. Use vocabulary and phrases for various aspects of life. Compose simple informal and formal letters and write essays using basic English structures. Examinations & Assessment Classes may take a variety of forms including class participation, debates, report and essay writings, oral presentations, and listening exercises. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the programme. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the programme. To repeat a failed programme, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. . All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in English (Foundation). Programme Structure & Curriculum The Certificate in English (Foundation) programme is a 2-month full-time programme, with a total of 120 contact hours. Classes are usually held daily (Monday to Friday) either from 9.30am to 1.30pm, or from 2.00pm – 6.00pm. Entry Requirements Prospective students are required to take an English Placement Test and achieve a score of 31-39%. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 15 years old Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in English (Intermediate)

Campus Full time 2 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency... [+]

Certificate in English (Intermediate) The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency. It follows a communicative approach to learning English which develops confidence and understanding while at the same time is fun and rewarding. The syllabus contains many ‘real world' situations and examples that are relevant to students in the modern world. At the same time there is still emphasis on the importance of accuracy in English use. Programme Objective At the end of the Certificate in English (Intermediate) programme, students should be able to: Further their knowledge of English grammar, learning new tenses and structures, and have a good knowledge of all areas of the English form. Gain more vocabulary and phrases for various aspects of life and be exposed to the use of Business English. Examinations & Assessment Classes may take a variety of forms including class participation, debates, report and essay writings, oral presentations, and listening exercises. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the programme. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the programme. To repeat a failed programme, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. . All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in English (Intermediate). Programme Structure & Curriculum The Certificate in English (Intermediate) programme is a 2-month full-time programme, with a total of 120 contact hours. Classes are usually held daily (Monday to Friday) either from 9.30am to 1.30pm, or from 2.00pm – 6.00pm. Entry Requirements Prospective students are required to take an English Placement Test and achieve a score of 60-69% or pass the Certificate in English (Pre-Intermediate) course. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 15 years Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in English (Pre-Intermediate)

Campus Full time 2 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency... [+]

Certificate in English (Pre-Intermediate) The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency. It follows a communicative approach to learning English which develops confidence and understanding while at the same time is fun and rewarding. The syllabus contains many ‘real world' situations and examples that are relevant to students in the modern world. At the same time there is still emphasis on the importance of accuracy in English use. Programme Objective At the end of the Certificate in English (Pre-Intermediate) programme, students should be able to: Further their knowledge of English grammar, learning new tenses and structures. Gain more vocabulary and phrases for various aspects of life and situations. Compose simple informal and formal letters, write postcards, fill in forms and write simple essays, respond to official letters and able to write complain letters. Examinations & Assessment Classes may take a variety of forms including class participation, debates, report and essay writings, oral presentations, and listening exercises. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the programme. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the programme. To repeat a failed programme, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. . All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in English (Pre-Intermediate). Programme Structure & Curriculum The Certificate in English (Pre-Intermediate) programme is a 2-month full-time programme, with a total of 120 contact hours. Classes are usually held daily (Monday to Friday) either from 9.30am to 1.30pm, or from 2.00pm – 6.00pm. Entry Requirements Prospective students are required to take an English Placement Test and achieve a score of 50-59% or pass the Certificate in English (Foundation) course. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 15 years Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in English (Upper Intermediate)

Campus Full time 3 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency... [+]

Certificate in English (Upper Intermediate) The Certificate in English Programme is an intensive English language programme aimed at students who already possess a basic level of English Language but who need to develop their English language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) quickly and comprehensively. The entire programme (with 6 levels) is designed to take students from the Foundation grasp of English through to the Advanced proficient level of fluency. It follows a communicative approach to learning English which develops confidence and understanding while at the same time is fun and rewarding. The syllabus contains many ‘real world' situations and examples that are relevant to students in the modern world. At the same time there is still emphasis on the importance of accuracy in English use. Programme Objective At the end of the Certificate in English (Upper Intermediate) programme, students should be able to: Further their knowledge of English grammar and become more familiar and confident with grammar and structures that have already been learnt. Gain more vocabulary and phrases for various aspect of life and be more familiarize with the use of English in the world of work. Write reports, take notes, produce formal and informal letters, and make balanced arguments. Examinations & Assessment Classes may take a variety of forms including class participation, debates, report and essay writings, oral presentations, and listening exercises. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the programme. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the programme. To repeat a failed programme, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. . All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in English (Upper Intermediate). Programme Structure & Curriculum The Certificate in English (Upper Intermediate) programme is a 2-month full-time programme, with a total of 120 contact hours. Classes are usually held daily (Monday to Friday) either from 9.30am to 1.30pm, or from 2.00pm – 6.00pm. Entry Requirements Prospective students are required to take an English Placement Test and achieve a score of 70-79% or pass the Certificate in English (Upper Intermediate) course. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 15 years old Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in Retailing (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in Retailing is a basic retailing qualification specially designed for those who are in the retail field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement... [+]

Certificate in Retailing (Full-Time) The Certificate in Retailing is a basic retailing qualification specially designed for those who are in the retail field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. Programme Objective The Certificate in Retailing programme aims to equip students with the basic knowledge and skills needed at the frontline work environment and also provides an opportunity for career advancement in the Retail industry. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in Retailing. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 4 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 120 contact hours. 10 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Understanding Customers Introduction to Retailing Effective Performance in a Retail Environment Retail Store Operations The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.0, iBT TOEFL 35-45, or a pass in GCE ‘N' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 16 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in Retailing (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in Retailing is a basic retailing qualification specially designed for those who are in the retail field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement... [+]

Certificate in Retailing (Part-Time) The Certificate in Retailing is a basic retailing qualification specially designed for those who are in the retail field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. Programme Objective The Certificate in Retailing programme aims to equip students with the basic knowledge and skills needed at the frontline work environment and also provides an opportunity for career advancement in the Retail industry. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in Retailing. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month part-time programme, covering 4 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 120 contact hours. 10 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Understanding Customers Introduction to Retailing Effective Performance in a Retail Environment Retail Store Operations The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.0, iBT TOEFL 35-45, or a pass in GCE ‘N' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 16 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in Sales and Marketing (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 6 months August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in Sales and Marketing is a basic marketing qualification specially designed for those who are in the sales and marketing field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal marketing training but who wish to pursue a career in sales and marketing... [+]

Certificate in Sales and Marketing (Full-Time) The Certificate in Sales and Marketing is a basic marketing qualification specially designed for those who are in the sales and marketing field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal marketing training but who wish to pursue a career in sales and marketing. Programme Objective The Certificate in Sales and Marketing programme aims to give students a firm understanding of the principles and techniques of the sales and marketing functions Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 90% (international students) and 75% (local students) for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in Sales and Marketing. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month full-time programme, covering 4 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 120 contact hours. 10 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Understanding Customers Introduction to Marketing Effective Performance in a Sales Environment Introduction to Selling The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to five times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.0, iBT TOEFL 35-45, or a pass in GCE ‘N' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 16 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Certificate in Sales and Marketing (Part-Time)

Campus Part time 6 semesters August 2016 Singapore

The Certificate in Sales and Marketing is a basic marketing qualification specially designed for those who are in the sales and marketing field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal marketing training but who wish to pursue a career in sales and marketing... [+]

Certificate in Sales and Marketing (Part-Time) The Certificate in Sales and Marketing is a basic marketing qualification specially designed for those who are in the sales and marketing field and who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills for further career advancement. It is also ideal for those without formal marketing training but who wish to pursue a career in sales and marketing. Programme Objective The Certificate in Sales and Marketing programme aims to give students a firm understanding of the principles and techniques of the sales and marketing functions. Examinations & Assessment This programme involves a combination of coursework, assignments, projects, presentations and examinations/tests. All modules contain both formative and summative assessment components. Summative assessments for each module may be based on an individual assignment, tutorials, group project and a final written examination. Tutorials during class may take a variety of forms depending on the module and include class participation, debates, case studies and oral presentations. Take home work may also be allocated to students. Students are required to pass the overall assessment in order to be granted a passing grade for the module. A student who fails the final examination will take the supplementary examination. However, a supplementary examination fee applies. Should the student fail the supplementary examination, he or she is required to repeat the module. To repeat a failed module, a student must attend classes and pay a re-module course fee before he/she is considered eligible to take the examinations. In the case of non-examination modules, a student who fails the major assessment component (highest percentage weightage) will be required to re-work. All students are required to fulfil the attendance requirement of at least 75% for each module before they are considered eligible to take the end-of-semester examinations. Award of Certificate Students who have completed all necessary course works, successfully passed all required modules and met all financial obligations to the Institute shall be awarded the Certificate in Sales and Marketing. Programme Structure & Curriculum This is a 6-month part-time programme, covering 4 modules over 2 semesters with a total of 120 contact hours. 10 sessions are to be conducted for each module. The details are as follows: Modules Understanding Customers Introduction to Marketing Effective Performance in a Sales Environment Introduction to Selling The Delivery of Modules may not follow the sequence as depicted above. This programme involves lectures, group discussions, case studies and presentations by students. Classes are usually held two to three times a week. Weekly lectures are conducted by qualified and experienced local lecturers approved by the Institute. Entry Requirements All applicants must possess: Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis. English requirement: At least IELTS 5.0, iBT TOEFL 35-45, or a pass in GCE ‘N' level English or its equivalent. Applicants who do not meet to the English requirement must sit for MIS Training Centre English Placement Test and obtain a score of 80% and above; if the score obtained is below 80%, applicants must first go through MIS Training Centre English Preparatory Programme and pass Level 4. Applicants may also be interviewed for further assessment. Minimum age: 16 years The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre Academic Board reserves the right to change the above requirements and selection at its sole discretion. Changes & Amendments The Marketing Institute of Singapore Training Centre reserves the right to vary, change and amend the module content, entry requirements, course fees, curriculum, examination rules and regulations, lecturers, lecture date, venue and other aspects of the course at any time prior to and during the delivery of the modules. [-]

Executive Certificate in Event Management

Campus Full time 3 days June 2017 Singapore

Singapore is a world leader in the creation and production of innovative, vibrant celebratory events. Additionally, it plays host to hundreds of international sporting and business events each year. As its events industry grows and develops, so does the opportunities for people trained in the management of these many and varied corporate and public events. [+]

* SDF-APPROVED Build Your Career in the Exciting World of Events! Singapore is a world leader in the creation and production of innovative, vibrant celebratory events. Additionally, it plays host to hundreds of international sporting and business events each year. As its events industry grows and develops, so does the opportunities for people trained in the management of these many and varied corporate and public events. Why You Should Attend This Course: The Executive Certificate in Event Management is a 4-day course designed to provide a foundation of key skills and knowledge associated with the creation and delivery of corporate (e.g. product launches, conferences, functions, fundraising events), private (e.g. parties, weddings) and public events (e.g. festivals, street parades, fairs and sporting events). Learning Objectives: The focus of the Executive Certificate in Event Management is on developing an understanding of the theory and practice of creating and delivering various types of events. The course content is based on the results of an extensive survey of event management professionals. All students who undertake the course will receive a jointly badged Certificate from the Marketing Institute of Singapore (MIS) and the Australian Centre for Event Management (ACEM), University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) acknowledging their participation. Course Outline: Introduction Introduction to the event planning process Introduction to the event industry Event initiation and the event planning context Establishing event vision/mission/purpose statements, goals and objectives Contextual factors in event planning e.g. legal considerations Bidding/responding to client briefs/tenders Creating the event concept Planning Event work breakdown structures Establishing event resource needs Organisational structures for events Operational planning budgets event human resources venue/site selection and layout theming, performance and staging (optional venue site visit) suppliers event marketing designing environmentally-friendly events event sponsorship event risk management Implementation Schedules, checklists and running sheets The role of the event manual Monitoring, control, shutdown evaluation and knowledge management Event monitoring and control tools Event shutdown tasks Event evaluation processes and tools Event knowledge management systems The event management process in operation – case study - Singapore event case study Programme review - The event planning process – a review Who Will Benefit? This course has been designed to both enhance the professional skill and knowledge base of those already employed within the event industry and to serve as a sound platform for people wishing to launch careers in the exciting and varied field of event management. Past graduates of this course have secured, or been successful in advancing their careers in, a variety of event related positions, including: corporate in-house event managers; festival organisers; conference/meeting planners; charity event coordinators; parade directors; wedding planners; special event organisers; government event planners/coordinators; sport event managers; hotel/resort/cruise ship based event coordinators; and exhibition organisers. [-]