NZIBT is located within the Lincoln University campus grounds, an environment that is supportive, inclusive and rewarding for students and encouraging them to become a part of the ĎLincolní way of life at the campus and to make use of the services available as an NZIBT student.
Our approach is intensively student focused and staff are fully committed to facilitating studies and helping resolve any issues which may make living and studying a challenge. Staff are accessible and able to be contacted easily and confidentially.
Not only do NZIBT agree to and observe the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students we also have support services available.
NZIBTís campus is located within the beautiful grounds of Lincoln University in the township of Selwyn District approximately 30 kilometres from Christchurch City centre, one of New Zealandís most spectacular places to study.
Lincoln is a thriving township in the Selwyn District of Canterbury and is a social and predominantly student town. Located approximately 30 minutes from Christchurch city centre, public transport via the Metro bus line is readily available.
List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College
Business and technology department at Lincoln University
Graduate diploma in business- level 7
Marketing (71231) Students will gain an understanding of broad principles and trends in marketing and how these can be applied to various organisations. On completion of the course you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of concepts related to marketing research, consumer behavior and segmentation; and apply environmental analysis, marketing information, marketing mix and strategy concepts to simple marketing activities.
Applied Management (71234) Students will develop individual conceptual and analytical skills relevant to senior or general management through this research based, applied studies course. You will identify business problems (or business opportunities) and apply problem solving/decision making models to the situation they themselves have identified.
Marketing Management (71331) Students will develop analytical skills in marketing management and be able to analyse marketing situations and develop strategies to exploit identified opportunities and become familiar with essential financial terms in analysing marketing opportunities.
Managing Change (71338) This is a general management course, based on contemporary change management principles and techniques, which aims to prepare students for the role of managing change in organisations.
Strategic Management (71340) Students will be introduced to the concepts of systemic development, complexity and interdependence within the national and global business environments. You will gain an understanding of how organisations plan, manage and implement their strategic direction.
Project Management (71353) Students will develop the skills to be able to manage projects efficiently from the proposal stage to the project’s completion. You will be able to propose, plan, and control all aspects of a project including contractual, financial, reporting, risk management, closing and review issues. Project management software tools will be used to assist these tasks.
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