The 'Diploma for Graduates' programmes awarded by University of London are now taught at 'The Executive' in Mauritius. These are academically1 led by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) which is one of the world's most prestigious universities.
'The Executive' is the only institution in Mauritius teaching 'Diploma for Graduates' forthcoming programmes. The diplomas are comprised largely of honours-level courses drawn from the undergraduate Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences syllabus. Specifically, they are aimed at graduates who wish to:
Diploma for Graduates
Each Diploma for Graduates is made up of four courses, which can be taken in any order (there are no prerequisites). Students have between one to five years to complete the programme.
Entry Requirements to study Diploma for Graduates
To be eligible to register for a Diploma for Graduates as an International Programmes student, an applicant must:
Students must pass four full courses to be awarded the Diploma for Graduates. One resit may be attempted for any course failed. Diplomas for Graduates will be classified as the following:
A student who has failed a course twice or two courses once is eligible for a Pass grade only.
Transfer to Degree Programmes
Students will not be permitted to transfer from the Diploma for Graduates to the related BSc or other degrees or to other qualifications offered through the International Programmes. Students may transfer between the different Diplomas for Graduates.
A student who fails a course twice may change to another course, within the five-year registration period, provided that the failed course is not compulsory on the Diploma for Graduates to which they wish to transfer.
1 Academic direction means that staff at this College develop the syllabuses, prepare the study materials, and are responsible for the assessment of International Programmes students.
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