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Students will achieve 60 European ECTS credits (Postgraduate Certificate). This is equivalent to 120 CATS credits (equivalent to a UK Postgraduate Diploma).
The programme will be conducted entirely in English.
Fees: 9,960 EUR
*Instalment plan available
The Postgraduate Certificate in Export Finance and Trade Credit insurance can be paid in two instalments. The first is due when you have been accepted onto the programme or before it starts (whichever is sooner), the second is due before the start of the second semester. Please email email@example.com for a copy of the instalment plan and full details of invoice dates.
An undergraduate degree (Bachelor, Diploma or equivalent) in Business or a related discipline with 210 ECTS and a 2.5 grade, or a good second class standard or above.
Candidates with other professional or academic qualifications will be subject to a pre-examination and/or review by the programme director.
Proof of either professional or relevant work experience (minimum 2 years following graduation).
Applicants whose first language is not English and who have not been educated through the medium of English must present one of the following qualifications in the English language: IELTS: Grade 6.5 (No section less than 6.0), TOEFL: 550 (paper), 213 (computer) or 87 (internet), or APIEL (3.0).
Certificate/notarised copy of your final certificate (Bachelor, Diploma, or equivalent) in Business or a related discipline. This must name the qualification, confirm that the qualification has been awarded and the final grade achieved. If transcripts/certificate are not in English or German, translated copies as well as the original language document are required).
Certificate/notarised copy of any other relevant supporting documents.
A written reference in support of your application if you do not have an undergraduate qualification as outlined above.
A personal statement outlining why you wish to follow the course (minimum one page, maximum two pages).
A copy of your CV in English or German.
Two reference letters (Preferably one of these should be academic, especially if you have graduated within the last 5 years. If you graduated more than 5 years ago, two employer references will be acceptable. These must be signed, dated and on headed paper).
If applicable, a copy of any English proficiency test forms that you have undertaken in the last three years giving your score (IELTS: Grade 6.5 (No section less than 6.0), TOEFL: 550 (paper), 213 (computer) or 87 (internet), or APIEL (3.0).
A certified/notarised copy of your passport or EU identify card.
You may cancel your place on the course by giving notice in writing to the Course Administrator up to (and including) 7 days from the date we receive your Acceptance Form and as long as your notice is received before the end of the last working day before the course starts, you will not be liable for the payment of any fees and any fees already paid to us for the course will be refunded. If we receive your notice of cancellation 8 days or more from the date we receive your acceptance to the course you will still receive a refund of your fees already paid to us, subject to payment by you to us of a £200 cancellation fee to cover administrative costs (which shall be payable immediately upon your cancellation), provided such notice of cancellation is received by us by the end of the last working day before the start of the course (“Cancellation Charges”). If you are contracting as a consumer (as defined in the Consumer Rights Act 2015), the period for cancellation shall be extended to 14 days and Cancellation Charges shall apply from 15 days from the date we receive your acceptance up until the end of the last working day before the start of the course . Refunds for cancellations received after the end of the last working day before the start of the course will not be given and the full fee remains payable by you to us.
It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of the organisers and the university to alter the line-up of authors, tutors, modules or course content, however, every effort will be made to adhere to the published syllabus.
This course will run subject to reaching a satisfactory intake to the course.
All applications are subject to acceptance by Offenburg University and are subject to the full terms and conditions of the programme. Offenburg University reserves the right to reject any application.
Complete the application form online.
Contact us with any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org, +44 (0)20 7017 4483.
Upload supporting documents (please refer to the section below for more details).
We will send you access details for the KNect365 virtual learning platform by the start date of the course. Access to a personal computer with internet connection is essential. You will access all course materials through the online learning platform, and participate in the discussion forum and liaise with the programme director and your tutors.
Summer semester (11th March 2019-28th June 2019): Students will study four core subjects (worth a total of 30 ECTS credits)
Winter semester (7th October 2019-31st January 2020): Students will study four core subjects (worth a total of 30 ECTS credits)
This is a distance learning course and all notes and lecture material will be made available via the internet through the KNect365 virtual learning platform.
Students will be assessed by regular coursework throughout the academic year and two written examinations at the end of each semester. Written examinations may include short case studies, calculations, or multiple choice questions.
* Attendance in person at the examinations in Offenburg is compulsory for all students (First exam: July 2019, Second exam: February 2020).
However, subject to available support facilities, candidates can make arrangements to sit the exam in the location at which they are based at the time. Please note, overseas sittings are subject to approval by Offenburgh University and cannot be guaranteed. Additional fees may apply.
Once you have applied for the course, your application and supporting documents will be sent to Offenburg University for review by the Programme Director and you will be notified by email with the outcome of your application. An invoice will also be sent to you at this point. Full payment is required before the start date of the course or within 30 days of receipt of your invoice, whichever is sooner. If you decide to pay your fees in instalments you will need to pay your first instalment (4,980 EUR) before the start of the course.