How UK Management Diploma Courses Can Help Your Career

                                   

Want to pursue a management diploma from UK to boost your career? There is a lot of hullabaloo among students and professionals worldwide about UK degrees and how it can get you the best employment opportunities. But can a UK diploma in management help you? Let’s take a look…..

UK Degrees Are Beneficial

Recently, the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) has advised universities to take more steps to demonstrate that students pursuing UK degrees in the Caribbean get excellent employment opportunities after graduation. An analysis of UK higher education provision in the Caribbean has revealed that around 22,500 learners in the island nations are studying qualifications offered by UK universities. Most of the students are taught in private colleges which are recognised by reputed UK universities to offer their programmes. Moreover, many students also pursue online distance learning courses offered by UK colleges, as per the report titled ‘Review of UK Transnational Education: Caribbean 2014‘.

Around one in every 5 tertiary-level learners in Trinidad and Tobago, which amounts to a total of 13,135 out of 69,000, are pursuing on a course recognised by a university in the United Kingdom, according to the Quality Assurance Agency. It claims that these associations have facilitated Trinidad and Tobago to enhance the percentage of learners in tertiary-level education to 65 per cent in 2014 from merely 7 per cent back in 2001.

Creating An Effective Partnership

Several UK institutes like the universities of Hertfordshire, Greenwich, Sunderland and Leicester, London Metropolitan University and Anglia Ruskin University, have partnered with local colleges and have been appreciated by the QAA for different facets of their arrangement. Some experts however believe that UK universities need to evaluate the employability of graduates in a better way as it is the main motivation for Trinidad and Tobago to invest in transnational education.

The partner colleges undertake several efforts to track the destination and growth of the graduates, and statistics suggest “graduates are successful in entering employment, and gaining promotion within existing jobs”, according to the report. However, there is “limited evidence of UK institutions monitoring the impact of their efforts on the destination of graduates”.

As the twin island country is sponsoring the complete tuition fees of numerous learners of UK courses, Trinidad and Tobago has been analysing the real value offered by the providers since it successfully accomplished its target for higher education participation of around 60 per cent in 2014, according to the report. Anthony McClaran, chief executive of the QAA, said that it was imperative for international universities to “demonstrate the…relevance of their programmes” in case they wished to “remain competitive in a changing environment.”

A Smarter Study Option

Studying a Level 7 or Level 5 diploma in management from UK can surely provide the best career opportunities, not only across the Caribbean but on a global level. However, it can be challenging for many learners to pursue traditional classroom education due to various reasons. Moreover, these courses can often prove to be expensive for several students and they end up with a huge student loan. But there is a better way for you to earn accredited UK degrees in a more flexible and affordable manner.

You can find many institutes that offer online extended diploma in management which help you to learn the core concepts of business management and enable you to earn an accredited degree without investing too much time or money. As online management diplomas allow you to study and work at the same time, you will be able to acquire relevant work experience and further hone your skills.

The Bottom Line

If you are planning to boost your employability and get lucrative career opportunities then studying UK management diploma online will be the most beneficial for you, whether you are located in the Caribbean or anywhere else in the world.

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