Higher Diploma in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Mandarin)
The Higher Diploma in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management has been developed to provide a qualification for students aiming to embark on a career in one of wide range of business/industries, and for students who are seeking to further their education in the fields associated with Management. One important feature of this programme is that it has been designed for students whose first language is Chinese, or who have proof of proficiency in the language.
In today’s workplace context, whether it is a manufacturing or service sector, understanding LSCM is a main component of success in today’s business world. In order to run a business of any size effectively and smoothly, it is fundamental to gain knowledge managing businesses and its operations. This programme provides students an opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of:
- The reasons behind the need to acquire the knowledge and how the knowledge meets the modern business world’s needs
- Modules such as Procurement, Warehousing and Inventory Management are inter-disciplinary units to help gain more holistic understanding of LSCM
- Local and international business trends and issues, and their social, economic and environmental impact on logistics, customer service management
- The major function areas or sectors within the business industry and the career opportunities available
The aim of the Higher Diploma in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management is to provide students an in-depth understanding, the theories of Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management subjects relevant to various industries in the commercial/business context. The course focuses on developing the business and operational knowledge to equip the students the basic operational skills and competence in the sense focus on Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management business world.
The Higher Diploma in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management aims to provide students with:
- The ability to present, evaluate and interpret qualitative and quantitative data
- The ability to develop lines of argument and make sound judgements in accordance with basic theories and concepts of their subject area, and the ability to communicate these accurately to a range of peers
- The ability to apply underlying concepts and principles of business and management in an employment context
- Knowledge of the main methods of enquiry in the academic study of business and management
- An understanding of the limits of their knowledge, and how this influences analyses and interpretations based on that knowledge
- A range of personal and professional skills that can be used in a wide range of situations and contexts
- Support and guidance to develop as independent learners and acquire a range of transferable skills
At the end of this programme, students are expected to develop a range of specific and generic skills, covering the following fields:
- Management and Leadership
- Warehousing and Inventory Management
- Materials Handling and Transportation
- Global Logistics
- Supply Chain Management
Foreign students who have the intention to further their study in Business in Higher Diploma level in Singapore, and developing a bilingual languages skill, competency and knowledge, to fulfil their future career development in an international business, Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management context.
Students must complete all modules, students who fail to do so will be given a statement of results.
Students must achieve an overall passing grade of 40%. If students fail to achieve an overall passing grade, they will be permitted to retake based on the directions given by the examination board.
The assessment of each module consists of:
- Individual assignment or class test: 20%
- Class participation: 15%
- Class presentation or class test: 15%
- Examination: 50%
Students must take and successfully complete all sixteen modules to be awarded the LSBF Higher Diploma in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Mandarin).
Students who are for any reason unable to complete the Higher Diploma and who have successfully passed a minimum of 8 modules are eligible for an Exit Award of a Diploma in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Mandarin).
Find out more about the modules here.
- Principles of Management
- Theories of International Trade & Practice
- Business Accounting
- Business Economics
- Human Resource Management
- Customer Service Management
- Financial Management
- Marketing Management
- Demand Management and Customer Service
- Transportation Management
- Warehouse and Material Handling System
- Inventory Management
- Quality Management
- Decision Support System
- Production and Operations Management
- Learning Hours: Each module 36 contact hours. Total learning hours: 16 x 36 hours = 576 hours
- No. of Modules: 16
Lectures, case studies and exercises, class discussion, presentations.
1 Teacher: 60 Students
STP holders: 90%
Non-STP holders: 75%
Local students shall possess one of the following:
- At least two passes in GCE ‘A’ Level
- International Baccalaureate (24 points)
- Local Polytechnic Diploma in any field
International students shall possess one of the following:
- Completion of year 12 Higher School Qualification or equivalent qualification from respective home countries
- Completed International Baccalaureate (24 points)
- Equivalent Local Polytechnic Diploma in any field in respective home countries
Minimum Language Entry Requirement:
- Students must achieve a Pass in Mandarin Language in Year 11 Higher School qualification or equivalent
Minimum Age Entry Requirement:
- 18 years and above
- Students with non-standard entry requirements (e.g. other PEI qualification, lack of equivalent Year 12 in home country, etc.) will be assessed on a case by case basis subject to approval of the Academic Board
Education pathway - University of Southern Queensland
University of Southern Queensland, (USQ), recognises and acknowledges programmes taught at London School of Business & Finance (LSBF) in Singapore.
View the articulation here.
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