Diploma in Business Management with Chinese


Overview

The Chinese economy has seen an astronomical boom in recent years and has grown into one of the biggest role-players in the global economy. The country’s economy is considered to be the second largest in the world and has recorded the biggest growth rate averages over the past 30 years. With the largest manufacturing sector, the highest number of exported goods and the world’s fastest growing consumer market it is no wonder that the language has become an essential skill in almost every workforce.

The Chinese market has laid its roots in industries across the board making inter-continental communication par for the course in the globalised economy. From technology to pharmaceuticals, IT to engineering, consumer goods to automobiles, the Chinese corporate sector is an extremely powerful giant in terms of the international world of business, and having the ability to communicate with the major role-players in the Chinese language will help to establish you as a leader in any field.

What you'll study

Semester 1

  • Basic comprehensive Chinese - GST 04110
  • Commercial knowledge - BMT 04105
  • Basic bookkeeping - BMT 04101
  • Basic computer applications in business - ITT 04102
  • Basic Chinese listening and speaking - GST 04111
  • Elements of business mathematics and statistics - GST 04103
  • Basic communication skills - GST 04105

Semester 2

  • Elements of small business - BMT 04209
  • Customer care - BMT 04207
  • Elementary comprehensive Chinese - GST 04212
  • Basic of management practice - BMT 04211
  • Basic store keeping - BMT 04204
  • Elementary Chinese listening and speaking - GST 04213

Semester 1

  • Introduction to business mathematics & statistics - GST 05101
  • Introduction to business management - BMT 05101
  • Introduction to computer applications - ITT 05103
  • Stores and stock control - BMT 05105
  • Principles of comprehensive Chinese - GST 05120
  • Principles of Chinese listening and speaking - GST 05121

Semester 2

  • Elements of public relations - BMT 05207
  • Supervisory and communication skills - GST 05205
  • Customer service - BMT 05212
  • Principles of accounts - AFT 05201
  • Introductory comprehensive Chinese - GST 05222
  • Introductory Chinese listening - GST 05223

Semester 1

  • Introduction to marketing - BMT 06105
  • Fundamentals of cost accounting - AFT 06111
  • Intermediate comprehensive Chinese - GST 06121
  • Introduction to business law - GST 06131
  • Intermediate Chinese reading and writing - GST 06122
  • Fundamentals of financial accounting - AFT 06101

Semester 2

  • Advanced comprehensive Chinese - GST 06223
  • Principles clearing and forwarding - BMT 06209
  • Sales management - BMT 06212
  • Introduction to Chinese culture - GST 06224
  • Principles of entrepreneurship - BMT 06201

Entry Requirements

Form IV (3 Years Programme)

Certificate of Secondary Education with 4 Passes in Non- Religious Studies.

Form VI (2 Years Programme)

  1. Advanced Certificate of Secondary Examination with One Principal Pass and One Subsidiary Pass.
  2. An appropriate equivalent Basic Technician Certificate with second class or "B" Average from a recognized Institution.

1,108,000 TZS

  • EAC Fee 700.00 USD
    SADC Fee 750 USD
    Other Fee 780.00 USD
  • Language English, Chinese
  • Study Type Undergraduate
  • Level Diploma
  • Modes Full Time
  • Intakes October