What Do Ceramics Want? | Ramp Gallery
Introducing Ramp Gallery's next exhibition, What Do Ceramics Want?; a unique viewing which seeks to explore the different contemporary approaches to ceramic production in Aotearoa.
Supply Chain Logistics explores how to recognise, analyse and solve global logistics and supply chain issues. This moves beyond the logistics of production & engineering into the broader range of activities that effectively links suppliers, distributors, manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers to end-users.This programme is for those with a degree in another subject who want to progress into supply chain and logistical management positions. This programme includes a work placement and research project.
Core studies include learning how to identify important phases of supply chain and logistical management from internal and external perspectives; evaluating and critiquing existing operations; identifying supply chain and logistical issues, and creating effective and sustainable management solutions.
Other relevant topics include project management, operations management and e-commerce in relation to supply chain logistics. The final module – BIBM788 Professional Project – includes a work placement and research project, bringing together all that has been learnt in the classroom. This is a great experience, where students get the opportunity to showcase their skills and talents and build networks and business relationships that can lead to job opportunities.
|Module code||Module title||Level||Credits||Pre-requisites||Co-requisites|
|BIBM770||Resource Integration Management||7||15||Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major, OR equivalent knowledge and skills|
|BIBM777||Contemporary Issues in Supply Chain Management||7||15||Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major, OR equivalent knowledge and skills|
Professional Practice for Business Research
|BIBM795||Professional Work Placement||7||15||Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major and BIBM787 Professional Practice for Business Research; OR equivalent knowledge and skills|
|BIBM796||Professional Project||7||15||Students must complete and pass at least two (2) level 6 modules related to their major and BIBM787 Professional Practice for Business Research; OR equivalent knowledge and skills|
Applied Work Integrated Learning (AWIL) is a formal part of the Centre for Business and Enterprise's (CBE) Bachelor of Applied Management degree and Graduate Diploma programmes.
In a business student’s final year of study they will undertake AWIL - an opportunity for students to apply their knowledge in a real work environment.
Employment opportunities may include procurement, scheduling, production, e-commerce and distribution. With experience and professional development, graduates from this programme can advance to more senior positions.
General academic admission
a) Candidates are required to:
i) have successfully completed a bachelor degree from a New Zealand Institute or an approved and accredited overseas institution overseas; or
ii) Successfully completed a Level 6 or 7 Diploma and relevant work and/or life experience (equivalent to a bachelor degree); or
iii) Evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience e.g. three years full time work experience in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Procurement, Warehousing, Transport or Distribution as approved by the Centre Director or authorised nominee.
Domestic applicants aged 20 years or above who have not met the General Admission or entry requirements for a programme but whose skills, education or work experience indicate that they have a reasonable chance of success may be eligible for Special Admission. Special admission will be granted at the discretion of the relevant Head of School/Centre Director or designated nominee. Such applicants may be required to successfully complete a foundation, bridging or tertiary introductory programme as a condition of entry into higher level programmes.
Domestic applicants aged under 20 years who have not met the general academic admission and entry criteria for a programme but who can demonstrate a reasonable chance of success through other educational attainment and/or work or life experience may be eligible for provisional entry at the discretion of the relevant Head of School/Centre Director or designated nominee. Provisional entry places restrictions on re-enrolment to be lifted if the applicant’s performance is deemed satisfactory by the relevant Head of School/Centre Director or designated nominee.
English language requirements
Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 6.0, with no individual band score lower than 5.5; or equivalent.
Please check the entry criteria for each programme to see which course is the best level for you to begin with. The entry criteria information can be found on each of the programme pages here online. You can also contact us directly to discuss the appropriate level for you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Timetable information, book and equipment list will be available at the programme induction.
Please bring pen and paper with you on your first day.
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You are warmly invited to attend the official welcome to Wintec for all new students, staff and whānau (family) at either our marae, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa or Rotokauri campus. The pōwhiri is a welcoming ceremony involving mihimihi (speeches), waiata (singing), and will conclude with kai timotimo (light refreshments). Please gather at the campus hubs, and a staff member will guide you through our pōwhiri.
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