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Faculty Website: College of Business and Economics
Department: Department of Transport and Supply Chain Management
Programme Level: Postgraduate
Programme Name: Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management
Programme Code: A34TMQ
Medium of Facilitation: part-time, Full-Time
NQF Level: 7
NQF Credits: 128
Application Start Date: 1 Apr 2023
Application End Date: 31 Oct 2023
Campus: Auckland Park Bunting Road
Contacts: UJ Call Centre 011 559-4555
Duration of Study: 1 Year Full-Time and 2 Years Part-Time
The purpose of the Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management is to provide both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of Transportation Management to prospective students who are currently middle managers, or aspire towards middle management, so that they can apply the principles of Transportation Management in their working environment.
The entry requirements for the Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management are a relevant three-year NQF Level 6 qualification with Transportation as specialization. Alternatively, an applicant must have completed the UJ bridging programme for entering the Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management.
A minimum of 60% as an average for the combined third-year modules, with a minimum final mark of 65% in the major, Transportation, is required.
The UJ Bridging Programme into the Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management with a minimum final mark of 65% in each of the modules.
All applications will be subject to a selection process due to space constraints. The outcome of the selection process may require that an applicant complete the UJ Bridging Programme into the Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management before admission to the Advanced Diploma in Transportation Management qualification can be considered.
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