To achieve Coventry University’s MBA in Business Administration students must complete three units examining leadership and management, global marketing and applied projects.
In recognitions of the skills and knowledge already assessed by the CII’s Advanced Diploma in Insurance, students who have achieved the professional body’s qualification that tests their enhanced understanding of insurance practices will only need to complete up to three modules to achieve Coventry’s post graduate qualification.
As well as being fast tracked the first 100 ACII-qualified members to sign-up for Coventry University’s MBA in Business Administration, which is now open to registrations, will receive a £1,000 discount on the cost of achieving the online post-graduate qualification.
Professor Kai Peters, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Business and Law at Coventry University, said: “At Coventry University, we are delighted to be working with the Chartered Insurance Institute. We have jointly created a pathway whereby the education and experience of Chartered Members can be applied for advanced standing on the Coventry MBA programme.
“By adding a Masters of Business Administration qualification, CII Chartered Members will gain a broader business understanding which will not only aid in their day-to-day practice, but will also enhance their career prospects globally.”
Gill White, Customer Director of the Chartered Insurance Institute, said: “The CII is committed to delivering relevant learning, qualifications and assessments to enable insurance professionals to develop the skills and knowledge they need to improve the public’s financial resilience and further their own careers.
“We are proud to have partnered with Coventry University to ensure insurance professionals are able to achieve a prestigious post graduate qualification that will ensure they can excel in their roles and are able to adapt and leverage the future world of work and all it throws at them.”
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