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Just wana find out how come some private instituitions offer part-time degree courses that can be completed in such a short period of time like 16-18 mths?Isit good?

Also, anybody taking Mgmt + HRM degree courses?Any good and reasonable priced institutions to recommend?

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Hi People

Just wana find out how come some private instituitions offer part-time degree courses that can be completed in such a short period of time like 16-18 mths?Isit good?

Also, anybody taking Mgmt + HRM degree courses?Any good and reasonable priced institutions to recommend?
Most of the time, these degree are "Top-up" degrees, which means you will be studying in the final year of the Degree program.
And the duration is about 16-18months, because its part-time. You only study 3 days a week, 3 hours per lesson, so the total duration of the program is increased.

Most of the students taking part-time programs are holding a full-time job in the day-time.

You may wish to consider Kaplan. They offer a fair number of cross-industry business management degree programs.
like Marketing + HR, Finance + HR, Banking + Marketing, Accounting + Marketing etc

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