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International Diploma in International Trade and Maritime Studies

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To meet the demands of the commercial world CCL has devised a series of courses to enable students to qualify in all aspects of International Trade, Exporting, Importing and Shipping. By combining these three areas of expertise a student can obtain the International Diploma in International Trade and Shipping. Moreover, students will obtain certification for each of the three courses taken.

The objective of these courses is to enable students to become qualified in areas which will enable them to obtain employment in Export, Import and Shipping companies.

Entry Qualifications

Students are likely to benefit mostly from the programme if they have at least one of the following:

♦ Experience of working in a strategic management position

♦ First Degree (e.g. Business Studies disciplines)

♦ A BTEC HND Diploma (eg. in Business Studies disciplines)


Students must normally be aged 21 years or over.
They must possess a level of English language equivalent to C1 of the CEFR - 6.5 IELTS with a minimum of 5.0 in all sections. Mature students (over 21 years of age) may be exempt from some of the above requirements on grounds of experience but where English is not the first language students must provide recent certification of having reached at least IELTS 6.5 as stated above. See our CEFR guide.

Duration of course
There will be two courses a year, one starting in September and finishing in September the following year and the second starting in April and finishing in April the following year. .

The International Diploma in International Trade and Maritime Management is made up of three selected courses and students may join when a selected course commences. Ideally it is advantageous to start with CIT and end with Maritime Management.

1.Certificate in International Trade (CIT).
2.Diploma in International Trade.
3. BTEC Professional Development Certificate in Maritime Management.
There are 15 subjects in total and students need to pass ten or more subjects to qualify for the award, provided that five subjects are taken from the Diploma in International Trade course.

Students who successfully pass the Diploma in Maritime Management will qualify for the Diploma in Export and Maritime Studies.

Holders of this International Diploma may gain entry to Postgraduate courses in Maritime Studies leading to a Masters Degree in the same subject.

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