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An Indept analysis on Education and Procurement

A) SCHOOL OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

1) Executive Certificate in Purchasing & Supply Management (UUM)
2) Executive Diploma in Purchasing & Supply Chain Management (UUM)
3) Executive Diploma in International Logistic & Inventory Management (UUM)
4) Executive Diploma in Supply Chain Management (AEU)
5) Executive Diploma in Shipping & Logistic Management (AEU)
6) Level 4 - Foundation Diploma in Purchasing and Supply (CIPS, UK)
7) Level 5 - Advanced Diploma in Purchasing and Supply (CIPS,UK)
8) Level 6 - Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply (CIPS, UK)
9) BSc (Hons) in Logistic & Supply Chain Management (University of Bolton,UK)
10) MSc in Supply Chain Management (University of Bolton,UK)
11) MBA Specialization in Supply Chain Management (AEU)



B) SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING & FINANCE

1) Executive Certificate in Accounting & Finance (UUM)
2) Executive Diploma in Accounting & Finance (UUM)


C) SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

1) Executive Diploma in Business Management (AEU)
2) Executive Diploma in Sales & Marketing Management (UUM)
3) Executive Diploma in Human Capital Management (UUM)
4) MBA Specialization In Entrepreneurship (AEU)


D) SCHOOL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

1) BSc in Business Information System (University of Bolton,UK)
2) MSc in Supply Chain Management University of Bolton,UK)


E) SCHOOL OF SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT

1) Executive Diploma in Safety, Health & Environment (UUM)


Royal Charter
Awarded a Royal Charter in recognition of our role in furthering the purchasing and supply profession

In 1992 we were awarded a Royal Charter. Charters are granted to selected organisations which serve the public good, in recognition of their pre-eminence, stability and permanence.

The charter is only awarded if the professional body can demonstrate that:

* It is the leading representative of the profession/function in its sector
* Its professional qualification is at honours degree level and is accepted as the benchmark for the profession
* Its members are bound by a code of conduct
* It works in the interest of the public at large and re-invests all revenues in achieving its objectives

Our Royal Charter defines our objectives as follows:

“To promote and develop for the public benefit the art and science of purchasing and supply and to encourage the promotion and development of improved methods of purchasing and supply in all organisations;

To promote and maintain for the benefit of the public high standards of professional skill, ability and integrity among all those engaged in purchasing and supply;

To educate persons engaged in the practice of purchasing and supply and by means of examination and other methods of assessment to test the skill and knowledge of persons desiring to enter the Institute.”

IF you are interested to know more on supply chain management do visit www.cips.org or PM me

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