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1 2016 Diploma Programmes: - Accounting - Banking and Finance - International Business - Management Studies Management Foundation Studies Full-time Melvin Lek Graduate, Class of 2013 The programmes are developed and awarded by Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore.

2 CONTENTS Singapore Institute of Management (SIM Group) 01 General Programme Information 02 Enrolment 03 Management Foundation Studies 04 Certificate in English Language Upper-Intermediate (Level 5) 06 General Information 07 Diploma in Accounting 08 Diploma in Banking and Finance 09 Diploma in International Business 10 Diploma in Management Studies 11 Academic Progression 12 Modules Outline 16 Application & Admission 20 VIBES Why Study at SIM Global Education 22 SIM Student Life 24

3 SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT (SIM GROUP) Our Vision To be the centre of excellence in education, management development and lifelong learning Our Mission Spearhead management development Be the preferred strategic partner of corporations in optimising human capital effectiveness Be the choice provider of education and training Expand SIM beyond Singapore Our Purpose To open doors in life through education opportunities Our Core Values Trust and Respect for the Individual Teamwork Open and Timely Communication Performance Excellence Spirit of Innovative Adventure Our Culture An open culture where staff trust and respect each other; embrace change and seek ways to innovate; learn and work together as a team. Our Commitment To our Members We care for our members, recognise their importance, and strive to raise the prestige of their membership. To our Customers We value our customers and commit ourselves to be relevant through continuous improvements in our products and services. To our Employees We care for our people by creating a conducive work environment, helping them to balance family and work commitments, recognising their contributions, and developing them to their full potential. To our Community We honour our social obligations and pledge to be a good corporate citizen by always acting professionally and ethically in all matters. Our Quality Policy Quality and excellence have always been the driving force behind SIM. The Singapore Institute of Management (SIM Group) is the leading provider of higher education and professional training in Singapore, reputed for its dedication to lifelong learning and high standards and quality. Founded in 1964 under the initiation of Economic Development Board to support Singapore s economic development, we are today a diverse and vibrant organisation with a wide range of programmes and services. We are also a membership-based organisation with close to 50,000 individual and corporate members. Our extensive range of membership programmes, activities and resources provide an important nexus for students and members to network and learn. The SIM Group offers its core services through three educational brands: SIM University SIM University is Singapore s only private university and its mission is to create excellence in lifelong education through a uniquelydesigned learning experience that equips learners for a better future. Home to more than 14,000 students, SIM University adopts a flexible and practice-focused learning approach and offers more than 60 academic programmes in various disciplines. Eligible students taking SIM University s undergraduate programmes enjoy government subsidies and access to government bursaries, tuition fee and study loans. SIM University is a not-for-profit university and the SIM University Education Fund has been a Singapore Institution of a Public Character (IPC) since September SIM Global Education Students can choose from a wide range of high-quality overseas degree programmes made available through SIM s partnership with established international universities and institutions from the United Kingdom, United States and Australia. Most of the students are full time students, but SIM Global Education also offers part time programmes that cater to working adults. Offering over 70 academic programmes, its enrolment stands at 22,000, with about 3,500 foreign students. SIM Professional Development Over 11,000 professionals benefit annually from the vast selection of short executive training programmes offered by SIM Professional Development. Its customised in-company training programmes help companies optimise effectiveness in various fields of management and human resource development. 1

4 GENERAL PROGRAMME INFORMATION Mode of Delivery The programme is 100% face-to-face lecture. The course work includes attendance at lectures, case studies, discussions, class participations, presentations and completion of individual/ group written assignments. The lecturers have been carefully selected to ensure that students benefit from the high quality lectures in the programme. In addition to the lessons being taught in class, students are also required to make use of the Internet for research purposes and do regular revisions. Assessment and Examination Students will be assessed on a continuous basis throughout the 1.5-year programme. Assessments can take on several forms, such as case studies, presentations, class discussions and participation, individual and/or group projects, quizzes, common tests. They are designed to ensure that students have an adequate grasp of the subject matter, provide opportunities for self-expression and for the acquisition of analytical, creative, and leadership skills. In addition to continuous assessments, most modules require students to undertake a final exam. The end-of-semester main examination is usually held in February/August. The supplementary examination is usually held in March/September. For Diploma in Management Studies, the end-of-semester main examination is usually held in February/May/August/ November. The supplementary examination is usually held in March/June/September/December. Attendance Attendance is monitored regularly. Students must achieve an overall attendance of 75% and above to be eligible for the endof-semester examinations. The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) requires all international students issued with a valid student s pass to achieve an attendance of 90% and above in any month of the course. Promotion and Graduation Each module is assessed through a combination of continuous assessment and/or end-of-semester examination. To attain a pass for each module, students must achieve an overall minimum GPA of 1.0 (grade D ). To graduate with an SIM Diploma programme, students must successfully complete and pass all modules. Graduating students will be issued a result transcript and awarded with a diploma certificate from SIM upon graduation. 2

5 ENROLMENT Admission Criteria Applicants must meet both the Academic and English Language Requirements for admission to the Diploma programmes. Academic Requirement At least five GCE O level credit passes (grade 1 to 6); For Diploma in Accounting and Diploma in Banking and Finance applicants, one of the five GCE O level credit passes (grade 1 to 6) must be Mathematics; Other qualifications will be assessed based on the equivalence to GCE O level examinations. Applicants who do not meet the academic requirement might be recommended to undergo a 6-month Management Foundation Studies (MFS) programme. Please refer to Page 4 for details of the MFS programme. Duration The SIM Diploma programmes are offered full-time over 18 months. There are three semesters. Each semester is a period of six months. Candidature Period The maximum allowed period for a student to complete the 18-month programme is 36 months or 3 years. The candidature period of 36 months includes repeat semesters or leave of absence within the period of study. Any student who fails to complete the programme within the maximum allowed period will not be entitled to any recourse or refund. Minimum Number of Students Required for Class Commencement For a class to commence, there must be a minimum of 25 students. In the event that the class cannot commence due to low take up rate, students will be informed at least one month prior to class commencement. English Language Requirement GCE O level credit pass (grade 1 to 6) in English (as a first language); or IELTS with an overall score of at least 5.5; or TOEFL score of at least 550 (paper-based) plus 4 in the Test of Written English (TWE) or 79 (ibt); or SAT1 score of at least 550 (critical reading and writing); or Pearson Test score of at least 49/100; or An equivalent English language qualification. Applicants who do not meet the English language requirement would need to undergo the Certificate in English Language Upper-Intermediate (Level 5) (CEL) programme prior to enrolment in the Diploma programmes. The duration of the CEL programme depends on the applicant s English language proficiency level. Applicants can sit for an English Placement Test conducted by SIM to determine their English language proficiency level. Please refer to Page 6 for details of the CEL programme. Notes: 1. IELTS or TOEFL or SAT1 or Pearson test scores must be less than two years at point of enrolment. 2. The SIM English Placement Test results will be valid for one year from the date of the test. Programme Intake Commencement Date End Date Diploma in Management Studies Jan Jan 2016 Jun 2017 Diploma in Accounting Diploma in Banking and Finance Diploma in International Business Apr Apr 2016 Sep 2017 Diploma in Management Studies Diploma in Management Studies Jul Jul 2016 Dec 2017 Diploma in Accounting Diploma in Banking and Finance Diploma in International Business Oct Oct 2016 Mar 2018 Diploma in Management Studies 3

6 MANAGEMENT FOUNDATION STUDIES The programme is developed and awarded by Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore. Objective and Nature of Programme This full-time programme is designed to provide appropriate foundation for students who do desire to understand the fundamentals of management and business practice. It provides a bridging certificate programme for students who may not meet the entry requirements to pursue studies at diploma level. The programme will equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to move on, with confidence, to progress to study at diploma level, in such qualifications as the Diploma programmes. It covers five modules over a duration of six months. Mode of Delivery The course is 100% face-to-face lecture. Classes are conducted 5 days a week, 3 hours a day. The course work includes attendance of lectures, tutorials, discussions of case studies, presentations, completion of group and individual written assignments and individual class tests. Classes consist of both international and local students. The programme comprises the following modules: Module 1: Study Skills for Effective Learning This module aims to improve students proficiency in the six main skills required to complete their studies successfully life management, listening, reading, writing, oral presentation, and general study skills. Topics include reading academic texts efficiently and effectively, taking notes from lectures and books, doing basic research, using library or computer-based resources, understanding and managing group dynamics while doing projects, writing essays, summaries, and reports, as well as making effective oral presentations. Other important topics relating to self-discovery of personality and learning styles, stress and time management and preparation of examinations will also be covered. Module 2: Introduction to Management This module introduces the basic principles of management functions like planning, organising, leading and controlling in a business enterprise. Basic concepts of leadership, motivation, delegation, communication, problem solving and decision-making are covered. Module 3: Elements of Economics This module aims to provide an understanding of economic principles and how it influences and affects the business enterprise. Topics include concepts of demand, supply and price, revenue, costs and profits, national income, money and credit creation, market structure, and international economics. Module 4: Principles of Accounting and Business Finance Areas to be covered include accounting concepts, the balance sheet, the income statement, recording business transactions, adjusting and closing accounts, assets and liabilities, and interpreting financial statements. Module 5: Sales and Marketing Management This module will enable you to acquire a basic knowledge of sales and marketing concepts. Topics include salesmanship, market segmentation, buyer behaviour, product development, pricing strategy, and channels of distribution, advertising & sales promotion, branding & packaging. 4

7 Enrolment Intake Commencement Date End Date January January 2016 June 2016 April April 2016 September 2016 July July 2016 December 2016 October October 2016 March 2017 Candidature Period There is no repeat option for this programme. Students may opt to re-apply for the programme after date of termination if he/she fails all modules at the main examination or any module at the supplementary examination. Admission Criteria Academic Requirement Minimum three GCE O level credit passes (grade 1 to 6); For applicants with the intend to progress to Diploma in Accounting and Diploma in Banking and Finance, one of the three GCE O level credit passes (grade 1 to 6) must be Mathematics; or Must pass the Mathematics Placement Test conducted by SIM when applicants are admitted to Management Foundation Studies; Other qualifications will be assessed based on its equivalence to GCE O level examinations. English Language requirement GCE O level credit pass (grade 1 to 6) in English (as a first language); or IELTS with an overall score of at least 5.5; or TOEFL score of at least 550 (paper-based) plus 4 in the Test of Written English (TWE) or 79 (ibt); or SAT1 score of at least 550 (critical reading and writing); or Pearson Test score of at least 49/100; or An equivalent English language qualification. Applicants who do not meet the English language requirement would need to undergo the Certificate in English Language Upper-Intermediate (Level 5) (CEL) programme prior to enrolment in the Management Foundation Studies and Diploma programmes. The duration of the CEL programme depends on the applicant s English language proficiency level. Applicants can sit for an English Placement Test conducted by SIM to determine their English language proficiency level. Please refer to page 6 for details of the CEL programme. Notes: 1. IELTS or TOEFL or SAT1 or Pearson test scores must be less than two years at point of enrolment. 2. The SIM English Placement Test results will be valid for one year from the date of the test. Attendance Attendance is monitored regularly. Students must achieve an overall attendance of 75% and above to be eligible for the endof-semester examinations. The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) requires all international students issued with a valid student s pass to achieve an attendance of 90% and above in any month of the course. Assessment and Examination Each module is assessed through a combination of continuous assessment and end-of-semester examination. Continuous assessments could be in the form of class tests, presentations, group and individual assignments. At the end of the course, candidates must sit for an examination on all the modules. Continuous assessment for each module is conducted throughout the programme. The end-of-semester main and supplementary examinations are scheduled in the months of February/May/August/November. Promotion and Graduation To graduate with SIM Management Foundation Studies programme, students must successfully complete and pass all modules. Graduating students will be issued a copy of the course result transcript and a certificate of completion from SIM. Graduating students will be deemed as meeting the academic requirement for entry into the Diploma programmes. Note: A credit pass in GCE O level or equivalent in Mathematics is required for entry to Diploma in Accounting and Diploma in Banking and Finance. Course Fee S$3, for the whole course (inclusive of 7% GST). The whole course fee is payable prior to course commencement. Course fee quoted is valid till April 2016 intakes. For subsequent intakes, please refer to SIM GE website nearer the application period for updated information. Minimum Number of Students Required for Class Commencement For a class to commence, there must be a minimum of 20 students. In the event that the class cannot commence due to low take up rate, students will be informed at least one month prior to class commencement. 5

8 CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (LEVEL 5) The programme is developed and awarded by Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore. This programme is not open for direct application. The selection into the programme is based upon recommendation by the Admissions Committee for those who have applied for the Management Foundation Studies and/or Diploma programmes but failed to meet the English language requirement. Programme Objectives The structure of the Certificate In English Language Upper- Intermediate (Level 5) (CEL) programme reflects the need for students coming to SIM to: study English for academic purposes in an intensive manner, and in doing so, prepare students methodically for further studies in diploma or degree programmes. develop a firm grounding in general English communication. Nature of Programme CEL is a full-time programme focusing on four essential skills in language learning Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. It features two levels: Intermediate (Level 4) Upper-Intermediate (Level 5) Each level is three months in duration. Classes comprise interactive face-to-face tutorials, conducted 5 to 6 days a week, 5 hours a day. Enrolment Intake Commencement Date End Date January January 2016 March 2016 April April 2016 June 2016 July July 2016 September 2016 October October 2016 December 2016 Candidature Period The maximum allowed period for a student to complete each 3-month level is 9 months (i.e. first attempt plus two repeated attempts). Should a student fail the final attempt, his/her studies in the programme will be terminated. Any student who fails to complete the programme within the maximum allowed period will not be entitled to any recourse or refund. Admission Criteria Depending on your English language proficiency, you may be placed at Intermediate (Level 4) or Upper-Intermediate (Level 5). Entrance Requirement CEL IELTS TOEFL Intermediate (Level 4) Upper-Intermediate (Level 5) Paper + TWE IBT plus TWE plus TWE If you do not have IELTS or TOEFL scores, you may be required to sit for an English Placement Test conducted by SIM to determine your English language proficiency. Notes: 1. IELTS or TOEFL test scores must be less than two years at point of enrolment. 2. The SIM English Placement Test results will be valid for one year from the date of the test. Attendance Attendance is monitored and students are required to have at least 75% overall attendance to be eligible to sit for the End-of-Course Assessment. The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) requires all international students issued with a valid student s pass to achieve an attendance of 90% and above in any month of the course. Assessment and Examination There are two assessments at each level: Mid-Course Assessment (MCA) End-of-Course Assessment (EOC) Students are tested for each language skill Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. Assessments can be in the form of class tests, presentations, individual and/or group assignments and examinations. The MCA is normally held in January/April/July/October. The EOC is normally held in February/May/August/November. Promotion and Graduation To graduate and promote to the next level, students must score at least 50% for: each of the 4 language skills in the End-of-Course Assessment and the overall score (comprising 40% MCA and 60% EOC). Graduating students for each level will be issued a certificate of completion from SIM. Graduating students of Upper- Intermediate (Level 5) will be deemed as meeting the English language requirement for the Management Foundation Studies and /or Diploma programmes. Course Fee S$2,461 for the whole course (inclusive of 7% GST). The whole course fee is payable prior to course commencement. Course fee quoted is valid till April 2016 intakes. For subsequent intakes, please refer to SIM GE website nearer the application period for updated information. Minimum Number of Students Required for Class Commencement For a class to commence, there must be a minimum of 20 students. In the event that the class cannot commence due to low take up rate, students will be informed at least one month prior to class commencement. If you sat for an IELTS or a TOEFL test recently, you may use that score for placement. 6

9 GENERAL INFORMATION Course Fees Programme Diploma in Accounting Diploma in Banking and Finance Diploma in International Business* Diploma in Management Studies Each module *The course fee does not include overseas study programme. The course fee does not include textbooks and is payable in three instalments. All fees are payable prior to commencement of each semester. Course fees quoted are valid till April 2016 intakes. For subsequent intakes, please refer to SIM GE website nearer the application period for updated information. All fees quoted are inclusive of 7% GST. No. of modules per semester Total S$ S$11,770 S$ S$11,770 S$ S$11,770 S$ S$11,770 Study Loans Students may obtain study loans from these banks and institutions under a course financing scheme (subject to approval). All loan enquiries and applications are to be dealt with the banks and institutions directly. For more information, please call: Maybank Tel: POSB Tel: RHB Bank Berhad Tel: Interest-Free Instalment Plans When you charge above S$500 to your Citibank or OCBC Visa/MasterCard, you can enjoy interest-free instalments of six or 12 months. Terms and conditions apply. For more information, please call: Citibank Tel : OCBC Tel :

10 Diploma in Accounting Academic Progression PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 12 Programme Objective The Diploma in Accounting is designed to equip students with the skills, knowledge, expertise and qualifications to practice in the accounting profession. Singapore being a leading Global Accountancy Hub, the accounting sector aims to develop a stronger international orientation. It hopes to serve by adopting the best practices in this profession. The accounting sector is becoming an increasingly attractive, viable, and respectable profession that holds promising prospects and rewards. In this context, the Diploma in Accounting programme is offered to students as a viable and attractive choice from which they can access degree-level and professional programmes that will qualify them to be professional accountants or for accountingrelated jobs. The programme will: Equip students with skills and competencies in both commerce and areas of accounting which are needed in all levels of management. Provide a solid foundation in the study of accounting concepts, principles, methodologies, and practices for graduates of the programme to gain entry into degree-level studies and/or entry into professional accounting qualifications. Equip students with personal effectiveness and life skills such as analytical skills, problem-solving skills, conflict-management skills and communication skills. Prepare students for independent learning and knowledge discovery. On completion of this programme, graduates will be able to: Understand and apply accounting principles, concepts and methodologies through accounting-related modules such as Business Accounting, Cost & Management, Accounting and Financial Accounting & Reporting. Understand and apply fundamental concepts applicable across key business domains such as accounting, economics, marketing, communications and management. Acquire strong technical and creative thinking skills, develop global business perspectives, social responsibility and leadership skills. Work as a team member with good technical knowledge, management and organisation skills. Programme Structure The Diploma in Accounting programme is offered to full-time students only. The programme can be completed in 18 months. Students are expected to attend lectures five times a week. Each lesson is three hours in duration. Lectures are held between Mondays and Saturdays at SIM HQ, 461 Clementi Road, Singapore To ensure that students are adequately prepared to successfully undertake further degree-level and professional-level studies, this programme is designed to be rigorous and challenging. Students must expect to put in a reasonable amount of efforts in order to graduate from the programme. Study Components General Studies Broad Business Modules Specialised Accounting Modules Modules Professional Self-Management Business Accounting Business Law Business Management and Communications Business Statistics Economics for Managers Information Systems for Business Managing Business Finance Managing Human Resources Principles of Marketing Auditing and Assurance Company Law and Secretarial Practice Cost and Management Accounting Financial Accounting and Reporting Taxation Job Prospect After Graduation There are many employment opportunities in the private and public sectors for diploma graduates. You can find jobs in industries like accounting and corporate finance, banking, audit, business development, investment management, marketing and retail, manufacturing and public services. 8

11 Diploma in Banking and Finance Academic Progression PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 13 Programme Objective Over the last 40 years, Singapore has developed as a major financial centre serving not only the regional economies but also the Asia-Pacific region. Many international banks and financial institutions have established operations in Singapore, taking advantage of the country s strategic location, strong infrastructure and well-trained workforce. Going forward, as the financial sector continues to be a critical pillar of growth for Singapore s economic development, the demand for skilled professionals in the banking and financial sector will continue to grow. With this development, graduates with qualifications in banking and finance would be able to seek employment opportunities among thriving businesses in the financial sector. These businesses not only include the local and foreign banks, but also finance companies, insurance companies and stockbroking firms. This programme will equip students with the fundamentals of banking, finance, insurance as well as exposure to the financial trading environment to prepare them for careers in the banking and financial sector. On completion of this programme, graduates will typically be able to: Understand the main features and activities in the financial market place together with the roles and operations of financial markets and other key market players. Develop knowledge on primary business disciplines and cognitive skills in making informed decisions in the world of banking and finance. Appreciate the importance of a strong regulatory, accounting, legal, and institutional framework for the development of the banking and financial services sector. Develop understanding of the various credit functions in banking and applying practical tools of credit risk analysis in managing consumer and corporate loan facilities. Understand the operations of foreign exchange and money markets and appreciate the fundamental and technical factors underlying the pricing of financial instruments. Understand the basic features of the equities and capital markets and the adjustment of portfolio risk through asset allocation. Programme Structure The Diploma in Banking and Finance programme is offered to full-time students only. The programme can be completed in 18 months. Students are expected to attend lectures at least five times a week. Each lesson is three hours in duration. Lectures are held between Mondays and Saturdays at SIM HQ, 461 Clementi Road, Singapore Students enrolled will go through a structured curriculum of 15 modules to be taken over three semesters, with a predetermined set of five modules per semester. Modules are designed to ensure currency in the field of knowledge, usefulness as well as relevance for the intended job market and further studies. The programme emphasises practical problem solving and decision making skills essential to today s knowledge-based economy, in addition to a strong understanding of banking and finance fundamentals. This programme focuses on critical skills in business and banking and finance, supported by broad-based general studies modules. These three complementary categories form the framework for the entire programme. Within each category are module groupings as shown below: Study Components General Studies Broad Business Modules Banking and Finance Modules Modules Business Mathematics Negotiation and Inter-Cultural Management Professional Self-Management Business Accounting Business Management and Communications Business Statistics Economics for Managers Information Systems for Business Managing Human Resources Principles of Marketing Credit Risk Analysis and Management Financial Markets and Institutions Financial Trading Investment Managing Business Finance Job Prospect After Graduation Graduates from this programme can work as executives in the banking and financial services sector or further their qualifications in banking and finance. They are expected to understand the business aspects of banking and financial services in facilitating the growth and operations of financial institutions. 9

12 Diploma in International Business Academic Progression PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 13 to 14 Programme Objective Saturation in local markets has led many businesses to venture into the international markets and seek new opportunities of enterprise. As these businesses and economies expand their activities into global markets, they become more interconnected, dynamic and entrepreneurial. In such a context, graduates with qualifications in international business will be in an advantageous position when they seek jobs in such outward-looking entrepreneurial businesses. They would have begun to possibly think from a global point of view that embraces diversity. Their preoccupation would be to orientate towards collaboration in global supply chains, emerging economies and niches. At the same time, they would endeavour to practise cross-cultural emotional intelligence and empathy. When these students and professionals combine travel and international work experience with their international business qualifications, they would be better equipped to contribute to the needs and challenges of the growing numbers of globally-connected enterprises. On completion of this programme, graduates will typically be able to: Appreciate the complementary concerns of local and international business to attune management with productmarketing requirements and its primary concern to improve patronage of business. Develop knowledge on primary business disciplines and cognitive skills that enable each graduate to make informed decisions that support the goals of commerce and development. Discover the practical aspects of exporting and importing management based on an institutional framework of trade and commerce. Discover the impact on collaborative networking and supply chains in the context of global entrepreneurial activity. Understand the basics of human resource management and negotiation, and its cross-cultural and international dimensions for cross-border business and work assignments. Develop understanding on the planning, controlling and coordinating of accounting and financial operations on a functional and international scale. 10 Programme Structure The Diploma in International Business programme is offered to full-time students only. The programme can be completed in 18 months. Students are expected to attend lectures at least five times a week. Each lesson is three hours in duration. Lectures are held between Mondays and Saturdays at SIM HQ, 461 Clementi Road, Singapore Students will go through a structured curriculum of 15 modules to be taken over three semesters, with a predetermined set of five modules per semester. Modules are designed to ensure currency in the field of knowledge, usefulness as well as relevance for the intended job market and further studies. The uniqueness of the programme is its emphasis on issues that span the current and fundamental issues of international business and competitive advantage. This programme is supported by two foundational general studies modules, eight broad-based business modules that are core to international business studies, and five specialised international business modules. The programme is structured in a way that students can take an optional overseas study programme during their semester break. These three complementary categories form the framework for the entire programme. Study Components General Studies Broad Business Modules Specialised International Business Modules Optional Module Modules Business Mathematics International Relations Business Accounting Business Law Business Management and Communications Business Statistics Cost and Management Accounting Economics for Managers Managing Business Finance Principles of Marketing Export-Import Operations and E-Commerce Global Supply Chain International Finance International HRM Negotiation and Inter-Cultural Management Overseas Study Programme (up to 4 weeks) Job Prospect After Graduation Graduates from this programme can work as executives or specialists in international-related businesses and organisations. They are expected to understand the operational processes of enterprises and have a determination of putting ideas into practice. They are customer-oriented and have an affinity for networking, flexibility and constructive thinking. They are expected to stand out from the pack in a positive way.

13 Diploma in Management Studies Academic Progression PLEASE REFER TO PAGES 14 to 15 Programme Objective The Diploma in Management Studies (DMS) is a wellestablished and dynamic programme. It is designed to provide the prerequisite and productive learning in vital management knowledge and skills that are needed in all entrepreneurial organisations. In this programme, budding learners and executives will progress to develop a firm grounding on what constitutes the dynamics of effective management in an environment of realworld living organisations, which in their states of flux, are in competition, in co-existence and/or in collaboration with one another. It is in such a context that students would develop a foundation and exploration in two fields of management studies. The first field covers the broad-based studies in communications, economics, statistics, mathematics and law. The second field covers the functional areas of accountancy and finance, marketing, people and human resource management, information systems, and operations management. The uniqueness of the DMS programme is that it projects management studies as a passionate and exciting endeavour. This programme not only helps students to develop a strong understanding of business fundamentals. More than ever, its emphasis is also on practical problem-solving, peoplecenteredness and critical thinking. Such skills and practice are essential to today s knowledge-based, transient social, technological and global environment. In doing so, students are encouraged to use the tools of management studies as a means of studying and reflecting on organisational success with a more intensive disposition. As a result, value is added to the students journey of discovery and learning. On completion of this programme, graduates will typically be able to: Be proficient in knowledge in the fields of management, finance, accountancy, marketing, economics, statistics, mathematics, and law and information technology. Communicate effectively with confidence in both verbal and written formats. Be an effective team player and be able to work closely with others as a group. Utilise up-to-date computer tools effectively in decisionmaking and problem-solving. Programme Structure The Diploma in Management Studies programme is offered to full-time students only. The programme can be completed in 18 months. Students are expected to attend lectures at least five times a week. Each lesson is three hours in duration. Lectures are held between Mondays and Saturdays at SIM HQ, 461 Clementi Road, Singapore This programme is intensive and demanding in its requirements. It is important to note that the programme design expects students to undertake their studies on a completely full-time basis. There are three semesters in the programme. Each semester is six months duration. Five modules are offered per semester. Study Components General Studies Broad Business Modules Modules Business Communication Business Mathematics English for Business Business Finance Business Law Business Statistics Financial Accounting Information Systems for Business Macroeconomics Managerial Accounting Managing Human Resources Managing People and Organisations Microeconomics Operations Management Principles of Marketing Job Prospect After Graduation There are many employment opportunities in the private and public sectors for diploma graduates. You can find jobs in industries like banking, business development, corporate investment sectors, marketing and retail, manufacturing and public services. 11

14 ACADEMIC PROGRESSION Graduates of the SIM Diploma programmes may opt to progress to the following undergraduate programmes and may apply for advanced standing, subject to the respective universities prevailing requirements at point of application. Full-Time (FT) and Part-Time (PT) Programmes Refer to our website at for the most updated and complete programme information including the admission requirements of each programme. Diploma in Accounting Programmes Description Awarded and Developed by Partner University Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation) Bachelor of Business - Accountancy - Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Management - Marketing - Economics and Finance PT basis. 2.5 years. FT and PT basis. 1.5 to Up to 144 credit points (12 modules) exemptions will be granted. RMIT University, Australia RMIT University, Australia Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Management - Management (Human Resources) - Management (International Studies) PT basis. Applicants need to have a B average grade. The University of Manchester, UK Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Business Management - Business Management with Industrial Placement (Not open to international students.) - Business Management with Communications - International Business Applicants need to have a B average grade. University of Birmingham, UK Bachelor of Science (Honours) in: - Accounting and Finance - Banking and Finance - Economics and Management - Business and Management FT & PT basis. 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics and Finance 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics. Bachelor of Science (Honours) in International Relations Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Marketing 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging course in Economics. Applicants need to have a B+ and above average grade. University of Southampton, UK 12

15 ACADEMIC PROGRESSION Diploma in Banking and Finance Programmes Description Awarded and Developed by Partner University Bachelor of Business - Accountancy - Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Management - Marketing - Economics and Finance Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Management - Management (Human Resources) - Management (International Studies) FT and PT basis. 1.5 to Up to 144 credit points (12 modules) exemptions will be granted. PT basis. Applicants need to have a B average grade. RMIT University, Australia The University of Manchester, UK Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Business Management - Business Management with Industrial Placement (Not open to international students.) - Business Management with Communications - International Business Bachelor of Science (Honours) in: - Accounting and Finance - Banking and Finance - Economics and Finance - Business and Management Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics and Management Bachelor of Science (Honours) in International Relations Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Marketing Applicants need to have a B average grade. FT & PT basis. 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics. 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging course in Economics. Applicants need to have a B+ and above average grade. University of Birmingham, UK University of Southampton, UK Diploma in International Business Programmes Description Awarded and Developed by Partner University Bachelor of Business - Accountancy - Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Management - Marketing - Economics and Finance Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Management - Management (Human Resources) - Management (International Studies) Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Business Management - Business Management with Industrial Placement (Not open to international students.) - Business Management with Communications - International Business FT and PT basis. 1.5 to Up to 144 credit points (12 modules) exemptions will be granted. PT basis. Applicants need to have a B average grade. Applicants need to have a B average grade. RMIT University, Australia The University of Manchester, UK University of Birmingham, UK Refer to next page for the rest of the table. 13

16 ACADEMIC PROGRESSION Diploma in International Business Programmes Description Awarded and Developed by Partner University Bachelor of Science (Honours) in: - Accounting and Finance - Banking and Finance - Economics and Finance - Economics and Management Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business and Management Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics Bachelor of Science (Honours) in International Relations Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Marketing Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Retail Marketing Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Sports Studies and Marketing FT & PT basis. 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. FT & PT basis. 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging course in Economics. FT Basis, Applicants need to have a B+ and above average grade with successful completion of one (1) preparatory IT module in the SIM Preparatory Course in Business (UOSMS). FT & PT basis. 2 years. FT & PT basis. 2 years subject to successful completion of 3 months Preparatory Course. University of Southampton, UK University of Stirling, UK University of Stirling, UK Diploma in Management Studies Programmes Description Awarded and Developed by Partner University Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation) PT basis. 2.5 years. RMIT University, Australia Bachelor of Business - Accountancy - Economics and Finance - Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Management - Marketing Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Management - Management (Human Resources) - Management (International Studies) Bachelor of Science (Honours): - Business Management - Business Management with Industrial Placement (Not open to international students.) - Business Management with Communications - International Business FT & PT basis. 1.5 to 144 credit points (12 modules) exemptions will be granted. 20 months; 48 credit points (4 modules) exemptions will be granted. PT basis. Applicants need to have a B average grade. Applicants need to have a B average grade. RMIT University, Australia RMIT University, Australia The University of Manchester, UK University of Birmingham, UK 14 Refer to next page for the rest of the table.

17 Diploma in Management Studies Programmes Description Awarded and Developed by Partner University Bachelor of Science (Honours) in: - Accounting and Finance - Banking and Finance - Economics and Finance - Economics and Management FT & PT basis. 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business and Management Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics Bachelor of Science (Honours) in International Relations Bachelor of Science (Honours) in: - Information Systems and Management - Computing and Information Systems - Creative Computing - Mathematics and Economics Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Marketing Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Retail Marketing Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Sports Studies and Marketing Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) Bachelor of Arts - Communication - Economics - International Trade - Psychology - Sociology Double Degree - Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Economics) - Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (International Trade) - Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) Double Major Bachelor of Arts - Communication and Psychology - Communication and Sociology - Economics and Psychology - International Trade and Psychology FT & PT basis. 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. 4 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging courses in Economics and Mathematics. 2 to 3 years; 3 units of exemption will be awarded upon obtaining B- (50%) or better in the SIM bridging course in Economics. 3 years. Applicants need to have a B+ and above average grade. FT & PT basis. 2 years. FT & PT basis, 2 years subject to successful completion of 3 months Preparatory Course Exemption granted up to 44 credits. Minimum B grade for articulation to Business and Economics modules; Pass grade for other credit exemptions. University of Southampton, UK University of Stirling, UK University of Stirling, UK University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, US 15

18 MODULES OUTLINE Auditing and Assurance Students will be introduced to the basic concepts of auditing, assurance and their applications within the financial reporting framework of Singapore. This module will cover the responsibilities of the auditor, audit objectives, audit risks, materiality, evidence and documentation, the audit process in functional areas, and audit completion and reporting. It includes audit sampling, the audit of specific items, the writing up of audit procedures for test of details of balances and other means of testing, the audit opinion and final audit procedures. Business Accounting This module deals primarily with the study of the two main branches of business accounting which are financial accounting and management accounting. The first part of the module covers the basics of financial accounting. Topics included double entry book-keeping preparation of basic financial statements and financial analysis. The second part of the module covers management accounting techniques for planning, control and decision-making. Business Communication This module aims to equip students with effective writing and oral communication skills to meet the challenges of working in a competitive environment. Students learn to master important business communication tools like reports, letters, minutes, memorandums and electronic mail communication. They will also acquire presentation and public speaking skills as well as listening and meeting skills essential for success in the new economy. Business Finance This module provides students with an understanding of the acquisition and allocation of funds within a business organisation. It deals with financing decisions including various sources of short-term and long-term financing and investment decisions including management of working capital, current asset and fixed asset investments. The emphasis is placed on making sound decisions in the value creation activities of the business organisation. Business Law This module equips business managers and executives with key concepts and principles in Business Law in Singapore. A firm grounding in the laws affecting business is an important ingredient for success in today s rapidly changing commercial landscape. With a sound understanding of Business Law essentials, managers and executives are able to appreciate the legal implications of various common business transactions and make better management decisions regarding them. Topics covered: the Singapore Legal System, Contract Law, Sale of Goods, Agency Law, Company Law, Law of Torts and Intellectual Property. Business Management and Communications This module introduces the main functional areas of organisation and the principles of management that are applied in contemporary business organisations. Topics include the management movement and the work of a manager, developing effective communication skills, critical thinking and decisionmaking skills, planning skills, proposals and report writing, organising skills, motivating employees, leadership skills, conflict management, and controlling skills. This module will create opportunities for students to apply their communication skills in a clear, logical and dynamic manner, and appreciate the interplay of elements in different management situations. 16 Diploma in Accounting Diploma in Banking and Finance Diploma in International Business Diploma in Management Studies Business Mathematics This module introduces essential mathematical concepts and techniques for a firm understanding of foundation mathematics required for business-related studies. This consists of core concepts such as algebra, the mathematics of finance, the derivative and its application, and integration. These concepts represent important approaches and techniques of mathematics related to business studies, upon which further concepts and techniques are built. The importance of the core concepts and techniques are illustrated and developed into a generic mature approach to mathematics and creative problem solving. Business Statistics This module develops an understanding of statistical methods at the basic level and an awareness of their applications in business environment. This module gives an overview of the descriptive and inferential statistics that may be used by managers. Topics include numerical measures, sampling methodologies, basic concepts of probability and hypotheses testing, analysis of variance, correlation and regression and chi-square applications. Company Law and Secretarial Practice This module provides students with a working knowledge of company law and corporate secretarial administration. The areas covered relate to the incorporation of companies, company administration, conduct of meetings, duties and liabilities of directors, rights of members, corporate finance issues, corporate governance, corporate liquidation and winding-up. Among other things, emphasis is placed on the filing of statutory returns, drafting of notices and agendas, preparation of minutes, establishment of quorums and, appointment and powers of chairpersons, directors and secretaries. Cost and Management Accounting This module focuses on the use of accounting information for management planning and decision-making. Students would be introduced to management issues such as cost concepts, product costing systems, activity-based costing/management, decision-making techniques to evaluate business choices, budgeting and control, and standard costing and variance analysis to measure and control business performance. Credit Risk Analysis and Management This module provides an overview of the lending practice in today s banking environment. It covers the lending process and credit risk management in the pre and post loan disbursement stages. Students will be introduced to principles of lending, key features of lending products for personal and corporate borrowers, credit assessment techniques using qualitative and quantitative models. Economics for Managers This module studies the problem of the scarcity of resources that is facing a person, a firm or a society. It assumes that rational people normally make choices to consume the scarce resources in terms of comparing marginal benefit and marginal cost. The contents can be divided into two parts, principles of microeconomics (economics and choice at individual level) and principles of macroeconomics (economics and choice at aggregate level).

19 Diploma in Accounting Diploma in Banking and Finance Diploma in International Business Diploma in Management Studies English for Business This module focuses on developing the key skills of reading and writing, along with a good understanding of the conventions of g rammar and usage. Students will read different types of texts and learn how to infer, summarise and interpret the information presented. They will also learn about different writing formats and styles, and more importantly, how to write clearly and persuasively. Export-Import Operations and E-Commerce This module provides an overview of the global international trade system and studies the import-export transactions and procedures required to do business overseas successfully. The focus is on the practices of international trade ranging from export-import documentation, methods and instruments of payment, risk management and insurance, custom clearance of import and export cargo, modes of transportation, and business transactions in selected economies such as India, China and Australia. The role of technology and ramifications of e-commerce are also discussed within the framework of export-import businesses. Financial Accounting This module is designed to provide students with an understanding of the concepts and principles of accounting, the accounting equation and double-entry concepts. Emphasis is placed on analysing business transactions and understanding financial statements to support decision-making. Students will be taught how to prepare the balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. Financial Accounting and Reporting This module builds on the foundational knowledge of students on financial accounting. It introduces the conceptual and regulatory framework for financial reporting and provides an understanding of the development and application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Singapore. It covers accounting and disclosure topics concerning assets, inventories, liabilities, leases, taxation and cash flow and consolidated financial statements. Financial Markets and Institutions This module introduces the key features and activities in the financial market place. It provides an understanding of the roles and operations of financial markets and other key market players. It also looks at the role of the central bank in regulating financial institutions. The module helps students to understand the nature, activities, products and services in the primary and secondary markets, money markets, capital markets as well as the derivative markets. Financial Trading This module focuses on the use of Technical Analysis in financial trading, entry and exit techniques, objective-setting techniques and time-frame techniques. It examines market cycles, including Elliot Wave principles underlying financial trading. The module also provides an understanding of trading psychology and traders performance along with rules for defining trader behaviour. Global Supply Chain This module examines the processes of the value chain from the point of view of an enterprise and in a global context. Topics covered include distribution networks and global supply chains, fundamentals of matching supply and demand, sales and operations planning, cycle and safety inventory, optimising product availability, sourcing and revenue decisions, and use of information technology. Within this module, the principles and practice of sustainable development and a green supply chain are also introduced. Information Systems for Business This module provides students with an understanding of information systems from a management perspective. It will cover the foundation concepts of the Information Systems; Computer Hardware and Software; Telecommunications and Network; e-business/e-commerce applications; Data Resource Management; and Security, Ethical and Societal Challenges. In addition, the practical components of this course offers students hands-on learning in the application of web-site and social media; use of database for data management; and spreadsheets for decision making. International Finance This module provides an introduction to the use of tools required by a financial manager to operate in the international business environment. Topics covered include the operation of foreign exchange markets, relationships between exchange rates, interest rates, and price levels; the financial instruments that facilitate the conduct of international corporate activity, including currency risk management and overseas financing and investment decisions. International HRM This module investigates the practice of international HR management in multinational organisations. It gives participants an opportunity to explore the international dimensions of the core aspects of human resource management including the linkages of international business strategy and structure, international transfers and staffing, total remuneration perspectives, international compensation trends, industrial relations, and the training, development and performance of international staff. Additionally, the applications of systems such as information and decisionmaking that support knowledge management at personal, group and corporate levels are examined. International Relations This module will look into theories of international relations from Carr s realism to Wilson s rationalism to concepts of the balance of power; the history of international relations from the time of end of the Second World War; the role of diplomacy in inter-state relations; non-state and supra-state actors in the international system; and an examination of theories of nationalism, imperialism, Marxism, and issues like terrorism, climate change, exchange rate determination, and international development. 17

20 Diploma in Accounting MODULES OUTLINE Diploma in Banking and Finance Diploma in International Business Diploma in Management Studies Investment This module introduces the basic concepts of investment in capital markets. It studies both fundamental analysis and technical analysis, and tests their results from an efficient market hypothesis. It also helps students to formulate and evaluate an investment, and to look beyond the domestic market. The module serves as a foundation for advanced courses in investment and finance. Macroeconomics This module examines the working of a typical economy. It looks at how the overall performance of an economy is assessed by measures such as the Gross National Product, unemployment, inflation rate and the economic growth rate. It also looks at the role of the government through the implementation of fiscal and monetary policies. The effects of a fiscal and monetary policy mix on the economy are examined using the IS-LM analysis. Managerial Accounting This module is designed to help students to analyse and process accounting information for management decisions. Students will acquire managerial accounting techniques to enable them to plan, control and to make sound decisions. Coverage in this module includes cost terminology and behaviour, relevant costs, break-even analysis, budgetary control, standard costing and variance analysis, and performance evaluation and pricing. Managing Business Finance This module introduces the framework of financial decision making and gives an account of capital investment decisions, financing decisions and mixed decisions. It considers investment appraisal methods, risk management, sources of short-term and long-term funds, cost of capital, working capital management, business valuations, and aspects of international business finance. Managing Human Resources This module introduces the essential elements of human resources and employment relations as well as a clear understanding of how these elements link with business strategies. Topics covered include human resource planning, recruitment, selection, training, talent management, performance management, compensation and benefits, safe and healthy workplace, employee rights, industrial relations and employment legislation. This module will emphasise on the role of human resources to achieve organisational goals. Managing People and Organisations This module equips students with the key principles of management, organisational behaviour to help them become effective and efficient managers and supervisors. Topics include the roles, skills and functions of managers and how they can effectively deal with a rapidly changing and highly competitive environment in the knowledge-based economy. Other important areas include personal and team effectiveness in a global organisation and interpersonal skills. Microeconomics This module examines the problem of scarcity and the choices of individual consumers, firms and the government. It considers consumer choice and demand using utility and indifference curve analysis. It also looks at a firm s economic objective and how it tries to attain this objective given different market characteristics. The firm s production function, cost curves, pricing and supply decisions are discussed. Negotiation and Inter-Cultural Management This module studies the basic modalities of negotiating in a cross-cultural world. These modalities relate to how negotiators may communicate and persuade effectively and how they may maximise their chances of success in dealing with other parties they negotiate with. This module would assist students to diagnose problems and work towards agreement and collaboration in individual, organisational and inter-cultural environments. It would introduce models and theories of business communication and negotiation and focus on the application of specific negotiating skills such as the psychological aspects of bargaining, practice of ethics and trust and managing disputes and impasses. Operations Management This module deals with the use of operations strategy to build value chains and competitive advantage. It provides participants with frameworks to address both the design and the management of operations. The designing framework covers forecasting, the design of goods and services, managing quality, process strategy, capacity planning, and location and layout. The managing operations framework covers supply-chain management, inventory management, materials requirements planning and ERP, project management, JIT and lean systems, and maintenance and reliability. Optional: Overseas Study Programme Students would undertake an immersion course (up to four weeks) in an overseas university such as one in emerging Asian country to begin an understanding on the social reality of global business and then reflect on scenarios and issues that are of concern in current and future business. All expenses for the overseas study programme are not included in the course fees. Principles of Marketing This module provides an overview of the concepts and techniques of the marketing process in today s dynamic environment and its inter-relationship with other business functions. It also studies the execution of the marketing function and the use of the marketing mix to help businesses successfully reach their customers and sustain competitive advantage. 18

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