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Modules include:

Management Essentials, Organising & Communicating Information, Planning, Allocating Work & Monitoring Progress, Customer/ Patient Care, Developing Yourself, Study Skills and Preparation for Work Placement.


Entry Requirements

  • You need to have a three/four year degree/diploma in Nursing Studies from a recognised institution or university, together with relevant health care work experience.

  • You need to have an IELTS score of at least 6.0 (or equivalent).


Postgraduate Diploma in Retail Management


Southall

Duration 21 months (including 9 months work placement)

Start Date 21 Sep 09; 1 Mar 10; Jun 10

International Fee £5,400


Course content

The course has been designed exclusively to help graduates and young professionals to acquire the necessary skills needed for the dynamic world of retailing and to prepare for first line positions in the retail management industry.


Modules include:

Retail Management Skills & Techniques, Personal & Professional Development, Merchandising & Customer Care, Human Resource Management, Developments within the Retail Sector in the UK & Globally, Retail Management Styles and Effectiveness of Different Organisations.


Entry Requirements

  • You need to have a three/ four year degree/diploma (or equivalent) in related subjects from a recognised school or university together with relevant retail and management work experience.

  • You need to have an IELTS score of at least 6.0 (or equivalent).


I chose this college because I was impressed with the results that students were achieving. I am studying a postgraduate diploma and I’m on the way to achieving my goals.”

Beatrice, Senegal

Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies


Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality and Leadership Management


Hammersmith and Ealing

Duration 21 months (including 9 months work placement)

Start Date 21 Sep 09; 1 Mar 10; Jun 10

International Fee £5,400


Course content

The course aims to help you acquire the necessary skills to prepare you for first line management positions in the international hospitality industry. Assessment is through assignments, observed practicals, case studies, group projects and industrial placements.


Modules include:

The Hospitality Industry, Customer Care in Hospitality, Enrichment Programme, People Management & Development in Hospitality, Marketing for Hospitality Services, Quality Management in Hospitality and The Competitive Edge.


Entry Requirements

  • You need to have a three/ four year degree/diploma (or equivalent) in Hospitality Management (or related subjects) from a recognised hotel school or university, together with relevant hospitality work experience.

  • You need to have an IELTS score of at least 6.0 (or equivalent).


Postgraduate Diploma in Hotel Management


Ealing

Duration 21 months (including 9 months work placement)

Start Date 21 Sep 09; 1 Mar 10; Jun 10

International Fee £5,400


Course content

The course has been designed exclusively to help hotel school graduates and young professionals to acquire the necessary skills for modern hotel operations and to prepare for management positions.


Modules include

Corporate Strategy, Organisational Behaviour, Professional Assessment & Progression in the Hotel Industry, Organisational & Operational Strategies and Concepts, Managing & Achieving Professional Standards and Study, Employability Skills including English for Presentations, HR & English for Recruitment Staff and English for Customer Care.


Entry Requirements

  • You need to have a three year diploma/degree in Hotel/ Hospitality Management from a recognised hotel school or university and relevant work experience.

  • You need to have an IELTS score of at least 5.5 (or equivalent).


Postgraduate Diploma in Events and Conference Management


Hammersmith

Duration 21 months (including 9 months work placement)

Start Date 21 Sep 09; 1 Mar 10

International Fee £5,400


Course content

This course has been designed exclusively to help hospitality graduates and young professionals who are interested in setting up their own conferencing facilities or working in the events management sector. The College is within easy reach of the biggest conferencing venues in London, including Earl’s Court, Kensington Olympia and the O2 Arena.


Modules include:

The Conference & Events Industry, Customer Service, Conference & Events Operations, Project Management, Marketing & PR Management, Management of Human Resources, Conference & Events Legislation, Cultural Awareness and Festival Management.


Entry Requirements

  • You need to have a three year diploma/degree from a recognised school or university and relevant work experience.

  • You need to have an IELTS score of at least 6.0 (or equivalent).


Postgraduate Diploma in Management Studies


Hammersmith

Duration 1 year

Start Date 21 Sep 09; Jan 10

International Fee £5,400


Course content

This course has been exclusively designed to help graduates and young professionals to acquire the necessary skills for success in the Business and Management sector and to prepare them for first-line management positions. After successful completion you will be eligible for our MA Business Development Condensed Programme.


Modules include:

Advanced Professional Development, Managing Change in Organisations, Management Research, Project & Presentation, Developing a Communications Strategy, Management Research Methods, Strategic Marketing Management, The Creative Manager, Managing Financial Principles & Techniques and Human Resource Planning & Development.


Entry Requirements

  • You need to have a three year diploma/degree from a recognised school or university and relevant work experience.

  • You need to have an IELTS score of at least 6.0 (or equivalent).



Masters Degrees


The MBA course has developed my knowledge and skills in key areas of management and will help me to succeed in a competitive industry.”

Phuoc Vu, Vietnam

MBA (Hospitality Management)


Master of Business Administration (Hospitality Management)*


Hammersmith and Ealing

Duration 21 months (including 9 months work placement)

Start Date 21 Sep 09; 1 Mar 10

International Fee £6,000


Course content

This course is a full-time degree programme which is awarded by the University of Wales through validation. This programme will offer you an opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills in relation to key areas of management in the hospitality industry.


Modules include:

Marketing & Customer Service Quality in Hospitality Organisations, Managing People & HRM in Hospitality Organisations, Operations & Functional Management in Hospitality, Analysing the Business Environment in the Hospitality Industry, Work Placement, IT & E Commerce for Effective Hospitality Management, Financial Management Issues in Hospitality Organisations, Strategy for Hospitality Businesses, Current Issues in Hospitality Management and Business Issues Report.


Entry Requirements

  • You need to have a honours degree from a recognised university and two years relevant work experience.

  • You need to have an IELTS score of at least 6.0 (or equivalent).


Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales

This degree is validated and awarded by the University of Wales, UK. For further details regarding the University and its validation services, please log on to: www.wales.ac.uk/validation or email: validation@wales.ac.uk


* We also offer a Master of Business Administration (Hospitality Management) Condensed programme which runs for 12 months. This course is for students who have achieved a Postgraduate Diploma with work experience. The course doesn’t include a work placement and the fee is £3,300.


Visas Explained


Points Based System (PBS)


Our College has been granted a Grade A licence under the new Points Based System. This means that we can recruit students under the Adult and Child Student categories.


Adult Student Visas are for:


  • Full-time level 3 courses (and above)

  • 18+ years old (students 16 years old and above can also apply if appropriate)

  • Full-time EFL courses (at CEFR Level, A2 or above, equivalent to IELTS 3.0)


Child Student Visas are for:


  • Students who are 16 and 17 years old

  • No specified level of study is required


To obtain a Student Visa under the PBS you need to claim 40 points. In order to do this you need to provide:


  • A Visa Letter (your official unconditional offer confirming your acceptance on a course at the college). This is worth 30 points.

  • All original qualifications and documents that you supplied to the College when applying for the student visa. Please note that if your documents are not in English or Welsh the original documents must be sent with a fully certified translation by a professional translator, (translation must include the translator’s qualifications; confirmation from the translator that it is an accurate translation of the original; the date of translation; the translator’s signature)

  • A bank statement(s) or a letter confirming you have sufficient funds for fees and maintenance. This is worth 10 points


If you study at our Hammersmith or Acton campuses you will be classed as studying inside London. If you study at our Ealing or Southall campuses you will be classed as studying in outer London.


You must have enough money to cover your course fees for the first year and living costs up to a maximum of nine months – living costs are £800 per month if you study inside London and £600 per month if you study outside London.


Working in the UK


If you hold an Adult Student Visa you may work:


  • Part-time during term time, i.e. no more than 20 hours a week

  • Full-time during college holidays

  • On a work placement (full time) as part of your course, as well as part-time work during term time.


For more information about the Points Based System visit: www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk


How to Apply


Method A


Contact one of our overseas representatives in your home country. You can find their details on our website or you can call the international office for their details.


www.wlc.ac.uk/international

+44(0)207 565 1246


There are several advantages to applying through our overseas representatives; they are trained to look after all your needs during the application process.


Method B


Complete an ‘International Application Form’ and return to the International Centre by post, fax or e-mail. You should include copies of your qualifications and proof of your English Language level. For Postgraduate Diploma courses and our MBA courses please send references from your employers and an updated CV. You can download the International Application Form from our website:


www.wlc.ac.uk


The International Centre will assess your application and decide whether to offer you a place. This might be ‘conditional’, which means you will have to achieve certain exam results to gain a place on the course.


The International Centre will send you an Offer Letter either directly to your home address or to your overseas representative (if you are applying through them). The Offer Letter includes our bank details and a request for a deposit or full fees. This Offer Letter cannot be used to apply for a UK student visa.


Once we receive the deposit/full fees we will reserve you a place on the course and we will send you a visa letter.


You must take your Visa Letter to your local British Embassy or High Commission to apply for a UK student visa.


Please note that all remaining fees have to be paid at enrolment at the start of the course.


Refunds


Please note that if your visa is refused, you will need to provide a refusal letter from the Visa Office and your original Visa Letter from the College. If you are applying as an individual we will refund your deposit/fees minus a £500* GBP administration charge.


Refund applications for reasons other than student visa refusals will not be considered, apart from:


  • In the event of course cancellation.

  • In the case of very exceptional circumstances for withdrawing from a course.


* Fees are subject to corporation approval in 2009.


Contact Us


We hope to see you soon!


Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College supports equal opportunities and this guide has been produced in line with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).


To receive this guide in any other formats contact us on: 0800 034 0384 or cic@wlc.ac.uk


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