The UCT GSB Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Management Practice is a pre-master’s business programme that packs a power punch of vital business skills for success in uncertain economic times. Perfect for middle managers who want to enrich their careers, junior managers with proven leadership potential, or specialised individuals moving into general management roles. Watch the videos below to hear what the PGDip in Management Practice director, students, and alumni have to say about the programme.
The PGDip in Management Practice programme is geared towards individuals who have proven academic ability and business experience. Hear from Segran Nair, Director of the PGDip in Management Practice at the UCT GSB, on what to expect on the programme.
“It’s a unique and huge contributor to empowering and giving individuals confidence, especially in the context of business numeracy and literacy”
“Students are able to demonstrate what they have learnt to their supervisors back at their organisations after each module”
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The Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice is specially designed to challenge students to apply their newfound knowledge and skills to situations in companies and organisations. Hear from our students on why they choose to do the PGDip at the UCT GSB.
“I think it’s really going to do a lot for my career”
- Timukudse Shoko, PGDip in Management Practice student
“I’m hoping the course will give me the tools to succeed, and speak the language of the directors that I report to” - Mark Jacobs PGDip in Management Practice student
“I really lack managerial skills, I hope this course will assist me with that” - Zibele Tshongweni, PGDip in Management Practice student
The UCT GSB alumni network is a dynamic network that comprises more than 23 000 past GSB students in 68 countries. Hear what our Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice alumni have to say about their experience as students on UCT GSB PGDip programme.
"The personal development is most rewarding, because it changes your perception of how things are, and you get to see life differently” - Richard James Carstens, PGDip in Management Practice alumnus
“I advise students to immerse themselves so they can learn, equip and develop yourself” - Vera Ngalo, PGDip in Management Practice alumna
“The content is not only relevant in a South African context but also in an emerging market context.” - Lamuel Mudzamiri, PGDip in Management Practice alumnus
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