Higher National Diploma in Business - HND Business

Programme Aims


  •  To equip students with business skills, knowledge and the understanding necessary to achieve high performance in the global business environment.
  •  To provide education and training for a range of careers in business, including management, administration, human resources, marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting and finance.
  •  To provide insight and understanding into international business operations and the opportunities and challenges presented by a globalised market place.
  •  To equip students with knowledge and understanding of culturally diverse organisations, cross-cultural issues, diversity and values.
  •  To provide opportunities for students to enter or progress in employment in business, or progress to higher education qualifications such as an Honours Degree in business or a related area.

Units


 

YEAR 1 (LEVEL 4)

 

YEAR 2 (LEVEL 5)

 

CORE UNITS – All are mandatory

 

CORE UNITS – Both are mandatory

1

Business and the Business Environment

1

Research Project

2

Marketing Essentials

2

Organisational Behaviour

3

Human Resource Management

 

OPTIONAL UNITS – At least SIX are required

4

Management and Operations

1

Taxation

5

Management Accounting

2

Statistics for Management

6

Managing a Successful Business Project

3

Business Strategy

 

OPTIONAL UNITS – At least TWO are required

4

Business IT Systems

1

Business Law

5

Business Systems

2

Innovation and Commercialisation

6

Developing Individuals, Teams and Organisations

3

Entrepreneurship and Small Business

Management

7

Human Resources – Value and

Contribution to Organisational Success

4

Financial Accounting

8

Consumer Behaviour and Insight

 

 

9

Customer Value Management

 

 

10

Sales Management

 

 

11

International Marketing

 

 

12

Brand Management

 

 

13

Planning for Growth

 

 

14

Tapping into New and International Markets

 

 

15

Pitching and Negotiation Skills

 

 

16

Understanding & Leading Change 

 

 

17

Global Business Environment

 

 

18

Employee Relations

 

 

19

Digital Marketing

 

 

20

E-Commerce and Strategy

 

 

21

Social Media and Practice

 

 

22

Business Intelligence

Time table


DaysMorning- SessionsMid- MorningAfternoon- SessionEvening(Part time)
Monday-Friday8.30-10.30am 11.00 -1.00 pm2.00-4.00 pm5.30 - 8.00 pm
Saturday (Part Time)8.30-10.30am 11.00 -1.00 pm--

Course Requirements


  •  A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Business
  •  A GCE Advanced Level profile that demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at A* to C (or equivalent)
  •  Other related Level 3 qualifications
  •  Higher Education Certificate awarded by an approved further education institution
  •  Related work experience
  •  An international equivalent of the above.
  •  English language proficiency
  •  Recognition of Prior Learning
  • Fees Structure


    HNC and HND Fees
    Admission Fee: KShs. 10,000/- Once only. (includes use of library and internet)
    Tuition Fee: KShs. 92,000/- per term
    BTEC Registration fee: UK 260 pounds (Once only) and annual exam fee of UK 120 pounds

    Admission Process


    •  Complete the admission form from here

    •  Provide 2 passport size photographs

    •   Admission fee payment of KShs 10,000/- (ten thousand shillings only) by cash deposit direct to the college account or by cheque payment, or by MPESA (PAYBILL)

    •  Submit the application and proof of item 3 above to INtel college.

    Intakes


    JANUARY
    MAY
    SEPTEMBER

    Programme Information

    What will I study on a BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business ?

    The BTEC HND in Business provides a wide-ranging study of the business sector covering various business subject areas ranging from human resources management, finance, accounting, marketing, business law etc including contemporary areas of business. The programme covers a broad range of business principles and applications that may be encountered in modern business.

    How am I assessed on the BTEC Higher National Diploma programme ?

    Students get to work on real-life scenarios through a variety of case studies. In their assessments, students are required to carry out presentations, write reports and conduct surveys. Other assessments involve keeping log books of work completed, observations of practical tasks, production of visual material and self assessment. This gives students an opportunity to work on their specific subjects throughout the term. All assessments are quality assured through internal verification, and sampled through external verifiers from the UK.