This Postgraduate Diploma shifts knowledge, skill and behaviour.
Should you wish, Henley’s PGDip also provides your pathway into our Triple Accredited International MBA.
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The PGDip was the best preparation for the MBA that I could have had. The MBA is a lot of work, it needs consistency, if you’re not consistent the work piles up and you can fall behind and I was determined not to.
My biggest take-away from the Henley experience has been the phenomenal personal growth. I have learnt to tackle my personal demons, rise to the challenge of new growth opportunities and embrace my hero’s journey. I have also learnt to tackle business challenges with a systems thinking lens and better understand how all the building blocks…
The PGDip will disrupt and extend delegates’ world view and shift their learning application from an undergraduate to a postgraduate level. Delegates will have the opportunity to network with other delegates in organisations facing similar business management issues and opportunities. The PGDip can also lead you to the internationally triple accredited Henley Business School MBA.
This programme is for middle to senior managers with 3 or more years of management experience with a NQF level 7 qualification (Bachelor degree or Advanced Diploma). This programme is accredited by the CHE at a NQF level 8 and will enable successful graduates to proceed to a NQF level 9 qualification such as the Henley MBA.
The PGDip is delivered part-time over 10-12 months. Total attendance is 23 days across 6 blocks. The curriculum is built upon a systems thinking framework that incorporates action learning.
The content is woven into a systems thinking framework which incorporates action learning. The themes covered are those that middle to senior managers are expected to master whilst the personal mastery component enables delegates to understand themselves and others better.
|PGDIP 2020||February 20 – Intake 01||March 20 – Intake 02||Apr 20 – Intake 03||May 20 – Intake 04||June 20 – Intake 05||August 20 – Intake 06|
|Block 1 – Systemic Management Practice||24 – 28 Feb 2020||16-20 Mar 2020||20-24 Apr 2020||11-15 May 2020||29Jun -03 Jul 2020||17-21 Aug 2020|
|Block 2 – Innovative Wealth Creation||04-08 May 2020||18-22 May 2020||08-12 June 2020||13-17 Jul 2020||31 Aug – 04 Sep 2020||09-13 Nov 2020|
|Block 3 – Managing Value Streams I||06-09 Jul 2020||27-30 Jul 2020||24-27 Aug 2020||14-17 Sep 2020||02-05 Nov 2020||08-11 Feb 2021|
|Block 4 – Managing Value Streams II||07-10 Sept 2020||28 Sept – 01 Oct 2020||26-29 Oct 2020||23-26 Nov 2020||01-04 Feb 2021||12-15 Apr 2021|
|EXAM||16 – Nov 2020||1-Dec-20||25-Jan 2021||15-Feb-21||6-Apr-21||7-Jun-21|
|Block 5 – Synthesis and Integration||17-18 Nov 2020||02-03 Dec 2020||26-27 Jan 2021||16-17 Feb 2021||07-08 Apr 2021||08-09 Jun 2021|
|Block 6 – Action Learning Report||13-14 Jan 2021||18-19 Jan 2021||01-02 Mar 2021||29-30 Mar 2021||13-14 May 2021||15-16 Jul 2021|
Designed for practicing managers, most of which already have three or more years of managerial experience. Sharing your experience with fellow programme members enriches your learning.
To join this Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice programme you will need:
All applicants must submit:
Please see the entry requirements and application form notes before submitting your application.