International Student Support and Advice (PG Cert)

University of Nottingham the United Kingdom

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PG Cert

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1 Years

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About International Student Support and Advice at University of Nottingham

The Postgraduate Certificate in International Student Advice and Support starts in November and can be completed over one year of part-time study.

The Postgraduate Certificate ISAS comprises four 15-credit core modules. Each module is delivered in a 2.5 day intensive block totalling 15 hours (generally 4 hours on Friday, 7 hours on Saturday and 4 hours on Sunday). You are also required to attend an induction event on the Thursday preceding the first module.

The four 15-credit modules are:

  • Cross-Cultural Aspects of Advice and Support (delivered in November)
  • Advice-Giving and Client Care (delivered in February)
  • Ethical and Legal Frameworks and the role of the International Student Advisor (delivered in April)
  • Managing Complexity: Enhancing Student Advisor's Influence and Impact (delivered in June)

Each 15-credit module is assessed by a written assignment of 3,000 words or equivalent. To complete the Postgraduate Certificate programme successfully, a pass of 50% must be achieved on each assignment.




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Entry requirements

IELTS:6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element)

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