Course Details

Course Code:
CTGLTCUDBD
Duration:
1 Year
Award:
Certificate
Qualification:
NFQ Level 7
Faculty: Kemmy Business School
Course Type: Professional/Flexible
Fees: For Information on Fees, see section below.

Contact(s):

Name: Catherine O'Doherty
Address: Management Development Unit Email: Catherine.ODoherty@ul.ie

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Brief Description

Commencing in January 2023. Applications will open in September 2022

Ireland has a proven track record. in the growth of Global Goods exports. This Level 7 programme was created to provide the participants with the necessary skills, knowledge and competencies to become highly effective in the Global Trade Industry.

 Since many Irish businesses across a variety of sectors rely on global trade, they need to ensure that their operations have solid global trade compliance. To remain competitive, companies must have a comprehensive understanding of the laws and regulations which govern their imports and exports. Global Trade compliance is the process and system of understanding and adhering to the laws and regulations controlling the export and import of goods, products, information and technology between the Ireland and other countries. In recent times the area of Global Trade Compliance has become a critical issue for many Irish companies for a number of reasons but, specifically the re-introduction of borders and Brexit. According to the report ("Ireland & The Impacts of Brexit –Strategic Implications for Ireland arising from Changing EU-UK Trade Relations") which was commissioned by the Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Ireland is uniquely exposed to Brexit due to a very high trade intensity with the UK. Approximately 15 per cent of Irish goods and services exports are destined to the UK. In certain sectors, the UK is an especially important market, such as the agri-food sector where around 40 per cent of exports are destined for the UK. In addition, two-thirds of Irish exporters make use of the UK land-bridge to access continental markets.

The Certificate in Global Trade Compliance (Level 7) is targeted at employees who have a Level 6 qualification in Global Trade Compliance or equivalent and who wish to upskill.

MG2052: Advanced Practices in Classification

MG2062: Applications of Security Controls

MG2072: Principles 2: Customs Controls

MG2082: Export in the Context of the Global Supply Chain

MG2092: Importing in the Context of the Global Supply Chain

MG2141: Skills Portfolio

MG2151: Strategic Supply Chain & Logistics Frameworks

MG2022: Case Study

PM2082: Managing Change and Conflict

IE2011: Industry Learning Project

Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions the programme will be delivered 100% on-line in the coming Academic Year.

Participants are required to have a Level 6 qualification and 3 years commercial experience. The University of Limerick reserves the right to short-list and interview applicants as deemed necessary.

What to Include with your Application
Delays in receiving these documents will affect the progress of your application.
- Photo or Scanned original copy of your transcripts for all years of study. (Graduates of UL need only provide us with their Student ID number.)
- Photo or Scanned copy of passport to verify ID and full legal name.
- A copy of your most recent CV.
- Applicants who do not have English as their first language may satisfy English Language requirements:

  • If your qualifications have been obtained in a country where English is an official language this will suffice
  • If this is not available, the following additional documents must be provided:
    • English translation of your qualification(s)/transcripts
    AND
    • English language competency certificate

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EU - €2,000

Non- EU - €2,000

Further information on fees and payment of fees is available from the Student Fees Office website. All fee related queries should be directed to the Student Fees Office (Phone: +353 61 213 007 or email student.fees.office@ul.ie.)

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