Training courses

International Advanced Diploma in Business Administration

Informatics Academy Pte Ltd
Informatics Academy Pte Ltd (IAPL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Informatics Education Ltd, is positioned as a flagship showcase for our school operations business. Based in Singapore, the school operates as a city campus in the bustling downtown Middle Road area. One of the key strategies in moving the school to the heart of the city from our former campus at Jurong East has been to strengthen the part-time student business.
  • 12 months Course Duration
  • Ideal platform for working professionals to update current skills
  • Access recorded learning sessions to revise your school work
Quick Course Guide
Date: 03 April 2013 - 31 December 2013 Training Provder/Company: Informatics Academy Pte Ltd
Time: April / August / December Funding/Cost: SGD 5,600
Location: Singapore Certification: Advanced Diploma
Course Benefits: Obtain a qualification in Business Administration
Course Summary: Awarded by Informatics Academy
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Overview

This program is suitable to those who wish to either obtain a standalone qualification in

Business Administration or as the first step onto higher-level qualifications. It is also ideal

for professional who are looking to update their current skills and at the same time obtain an

academically recognized qualification.

Modules

Core Subjects

W2001 Principles of Business Law

W2002 Quantitative Methods

W2003 Information Technology Management

W2004 Managerial Economics

W2005 Business Finance

W2006 Consumer Behaviour

W2008 Marketing Research

Choice of ONE Elective

W2007 Human Resource Management

B2019 Marketing Communication Strategy

Course Fees

SGD 5,600

Intake

April / August / December

Student Testimonial

''As an international student at Informatics, I have the opportunity to make many friends from countries across the world. These are the intangible values I get from my time here at Informatics.''

Achini

International Advacned Diploma in Business Administration, 2011