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                            STUDY and TRAINING PERIODS
For a variety of reasons, some CIC Members can - or want to or need to - complete Study and
Training more quickly than can other Members. Some Members might already possess
knowledge and/or practical experience of the subjects they enrol to study with CIC; other
Members start from basic principles, with no prior knowledge or experience. Some Members
can devote a great deal of time to their CIC Studies; other Members can spare only a few hours
a week. Some Members have a greater command of English, than do other Members. Some
Members have a greater rate of progress than do others. And so on, and so on!

    Therefore, the CIC Method of Teaching is UNIQUE in being so very FLEXIBLE!

COURSES & PROGRAMS (including ‘Career Progress’ and ‘Mastery of Management’)

The average time taken to complete one CIC Course or Program is 4 - 9 months; some
Members complete more quickly, whilst other Members take longer. However, we allow
Members to take, if necessary:-

up to 12 months if studying one Course/Program only
up to 15 months if studying two Courses/Programs at the same time
up to 18 months if studying three Courses/Programs at the same time
up to 21 months if studying four Courses/Programs at the same time

HONOURS DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

We allow Members to take, if necessary up to 21 months to complete an Honours Diploma
Programme. Some Members will be able to complete in a shorter period of time, whilst some
may require a longer period of time.

BA PROGRAMMES

CIC’s unique BA Programmes are structured to take account of each applicant’s present level
of existing qualifications and/or work experience. Therefore, although many people will need
to proceed through both ‘Study Year One’ and ‘Study Year Two’ of a BA Programme,
applicants who are considered by CIC to be suitably qualified or experienced, might be
granted Study Exemption from one or more of the Core Subjects taught in a ‘Study Year’.

The description ‘Study Year’ is used as a guide only. The flexible distance-learning study
method on CIC’s BA Programmes allows each individual to proceed and progress at his or her
OWN pace. Some people might complete a ‘Study Year’ in less than a 12-month (one year)
period; others might need to take longer. The average time taken to complete a full CIC BA
Programme (all 8 Core Subjects) is 16 - 20 months - with shorter periods when Study
Exemption is granted - but we allow Members to take, if necessary, up to 24 months.



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MBA & AMBA PROGRAMMES

The unique CIC MBA / AMBA Programme is structured to take account of each applicant’s
present level of existing qualifications and work experience. Therefore, although many people
will need to proceed through all three ‘Study Years’, other people who are considered by CIC
to be suitably qualified or experienced, may gain exemptions from a whole ‘Study Year’
or from one or more Core Subjects in a ‘Study Year’.

The description ‘Study Year’ is used as a guide only. The flexible distance-learning study
method of CIC’s MBA / AMBA Programme allows each individual to proceed and progress at
his or her OWN pace. Some people might complete a ‘Study Year’ in less than a 12-month
(one year) period; others might need to take longer. The average time taken to complete CIC’s
full MBA Programme is 24 to 30 months - with shorter periods when Study Exemption is
granted - but we allow Members to take, if necessary, up to 36 months.


Notes:

1. A Member’s Study and Training Period is calculated from the date on which that Member
   is actually enrolled or registered by the College for a Course, Program or Programme,
   and both the Enrolment date and Expiry date of the Study & Training Period is stated on the
   ‘Confirmation of Membership’ documentation issued by the College and sent to the
   Member on enrolment to retain.

2. The date of Expiry of a Member’s Study and Training Period is also stated on a Member’s
   record on the website. However, if a Member does NOT complete his/her Course, Program
   or Programme by the Expiry date, then his/her details may be removed from the CIC Member
   Services website. However, the Member may be permitted by the College to extend the Study
   and Training Period in which case the Member’s record will also be made available again
   on the CIC website again.

3. Members who - for personal reasons - find they need to take longer than normal, and study
   beyond the end of the normal maximum Study and Training Period allowed, may be
   permitted by the College to extend the Study and Training Period. A modest ‘Extension
   Charge’ (currently of £30 or US$60 or Euros 50) is made for any period up to 12
   months after the end of the normal Study and Training Period. The Extension Charge must
   be paid to the College BEFORE the end of the normal Study and Training Period.




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