The education system in New Zealand covers a wide range of qualifications from certificates to PhD.
The education system in New Zealand is divided into 10 levels. High levels imply more complex learning.
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This unique programme brings together business and IT services in both a New Zealand and global context. As a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Informatics student, you’ll complete eight compulsory courses designed to create a highly relevant blend of advanced Business Management curriculum including project management, enterprise innovation, and business professionalism, with future-oriented Information Systems and IT curriculum such as information security management, enterprise systems and business analysis, and IT service management.
A Postgraduate Diploma is a great choice for a Bachelor graduate who aims to achieve a higher-level qualification in the same or a related discipline – in ICL’s case, a distinctive blend of Business, with Information Systems and Information Technology. If you do not wish to go as far as a Masters, a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Informatics study still gives you greater depth and expertise at an advanced level, in a field of growing importance – digital transformation. If you have some experience in Business and Information Systems or IT, PGD study gives you the opportunity to reflect on your professional practice in relation to theory, develop as a professional and return to your career with enhanced knowledge and the ability to apply it in real situations.
Enterprise Systems and Business Analysis
Innovation and Design Thinking
Information Security Management
IT Service Management and Strategy
- a bachelor's degree; or
- Graduate Diploma in a business-related, IT and/or computing subject; or