Embark on a business qualification at Otago Polytechnic’s Central campus and gain the knowledge and skills to give yourself the competitive edge.

Business graduates are people who get out there and make things happen. Benefit from hands-on learning, discover current industry practice, and achieve valuable insight into the realities of the business world.

Our Graduate Diploma in Applied Management will allow you to learn more about a specific area of management to complement your existing degree or career aspirations. This is an intensive programme of generic business study or study in a specific area of business management, which includes a significant industry-based research project coupled with a 200-hour internship.

By studying in one of New Zealand’s most beautiful locations, you’ll be surrounded by stunning scenery and a relaxed outdoors lifestyle that makes it easy to blend your studies with your favourite outdoor pursuits. Skiing, water-sports, hiking, and more – Central has it all at your doorstep.

 

Graduate Diploma in Applied Management - Auckland or Central Otago delivery

  • Auckland or Central Otago
  • One year full-time
  • Level 7
  • Starts Auckland - January, March, June, August and October; Central Otago - February
  • Apply anytime

Complete an intensive programme of business study to prepare you for a career in business internationally. Undertake a valuable 200-hour industry project enabling you to gain vital practical experience.

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