International Pacific College (IPU), Wanganui Courses & Fees

Wanganui (Manawatu) Estd : 1990 Approved by : others
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5 Courses are offered by IPU

Programmes

B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration)

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Bachelor of Contemporary International Studies (BCIS) 3.0 Years Apply
International Business 3.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

The Bachelor of Contemporary International Studies requires a total of 24 papers (360 credits) or three-full years of study, comprising:

 

  • 8 compulsory papers

  • 6 language and/or culture papers,

  • 2 elective papers and

  • 8 specialty papers for students who want to major in International Business, International Relations, Japanese Studies, Language Studies or Environmental Studies

M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration)

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Master of International Studies (MIS) 2.0 Years Apply
Eligibility

All postgraduate students are required to take FIVE papers, with no more than TWO papers per term.

TWO compulsory papers 

  • Resource Management (30 credits)

  • Postgraduate Research Methods (30 credits)

  • Candidates with an existing undergraduate degree from a recognised institution may apply to take the above programmes. All teaching in the Postgraduate Diploma and Master of International Studies is in English. Applicants who are not native speakers of English must produce evidence of one of the following English Language examinations* in satisfaction of the minimum language entry requirement for admission:

    -      An IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 overall, with no band score lower than 6.0; or equivalent

Diploma

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Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Graduate Diploma of International Studies None None Apply
Diploma in Tourism & Travel Studies None None Apply
Eligibility

Student need to complete eight papers at second and third year undergraduate level (level 6 and 7) that reflect the specialisations within the Bachelor of Contemporary International Studies programme.  At least five of these papers must be at level 7). Choose from a range of papers from the International Business, International Relations, Environmental Studies, or Language majors.