CILT (UK) Professional Diploma in Logistics and Transport July Intake

By | May 20, 2022

The CILT (UK) Professional Diploma in Logistics and Transport (Level 5) has been designed to enhance new
and existing expertise in the field of logistics and transport and develop core management skills. The
programme has been conceived for professionals already working in the logistics and transport sectors
and individuals who wish to join these sectors for the first time. The CILT (UK) Level 5 qualification also
allows those already employed in the logistics and transport sectors to progress in their careers.

Entry Requirements
• SC or GCE O-level (minimum of three credits)
• 2 ‘A’ Levels HSC or GCE A-Level
• Other equivalent qualifications could be considered
Work experience in logistics and transport will be an advantage and evidence may be requested
Award
The CILT (UK) Professional Diploma in Logistics and Transport (Level 5) is an international qualification
awarded by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK (CILT UK).
Programme duration
Minimum: 2 years; maximum: 4 years
Units offered by Open University of Mauritius (OU)
• PD01 – Management in Logistics and Transport
• PD02 – Supply Chain Management
• PD03 – Transport Operations
• PD06 – Movement of Goods

Note that CILT (UK) has agreed that OU conducts assessments as follows:
• Units PD01 and PD02 will be assessed by examinations; and
• Units PD03 and PD06 will be assessed by a set of four assignments.
Additional Information
• CILT (UK) shall set, mark and moderate all examinations and assignments;
• Units PD03 and PD04 will be assessed by a set of 4 assignments (each 2,500-3,000 words);
• All assignments shall go through the Turnitin software (less than 12% similarity to other works
allowed);
• Each examination (Units PD01 and PD02) – 3 hours; answer 3 out of 4 questions (long answer
in the form of essay or calculation);
• The pass mark for each examination and assignment is 50%; &
• All study materials will be in soft copy on OU’s online platform.
Fees
• Programme fees: Rs 75,000
1
st instalment of Rs 37,500 upon enrolment; &
2
nd instalment of Rs 37,500 payable after competition of the first two modules.
• Assignment (4 assignments per unit) and examinations fees*:
payable to CILT UK directly through bank draft.
*amount will be communicated during sessions.

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Closing date to apply online: 03 June 2022 Induction: 09 July 2022
PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY FOR AN OVERVIEW OF THE COMPLETE
APPLICATION/REGISTRATION PROCESS BEFORE STARTING THE PROCEDURES
Step 1: Click on ‘Enrol Now’ followed by ‘Application Link’
Fill in the online form at https://oumauritius.com/application
Verify the accuracy of all information and click on ‘Submit’.
After submitting your application online, you will receive an acknowledgment email containing your
Application Code (RDAP NO.). Please keep this code handy as you will need it for further
admission processes.
Step 2: Payment of application fee of Rs 1,000 (non- refundable)
You will obtain the links for specific payment vouchers after submitting your online application.
Please, click on ‘Cash Deposit Voucher’ or ‘Bank Transfer Voucher’ to access the appropriate voucher
which should be printed and produced at any SBM counter, if you choose that option. Payment
options are as follows:
• Option 1: Visit any SBM branch and effect the payment at the counter after presenting either
the Cash Deposit Voucher or the Bank Transfer voucher;
• Option 2: Internet Banking – where the fees can be transferred to OU’s SBM Account
61025100002513;
• Option 3: Juice Mobile application (subject to user limit per day)
• Option 4: my.t billpay (subject to a limit of Rs 5,000 per day).
For all transactions, applicants should ensure that their application (RDAP) code and full
name appear as a reference for identification purposes. After payment of the application
fee, the Cash Deposit voucher, Bank Transfer Voucher, or any other proof of payment
should be emailed immediately to feesfinance@open.ac.mu to complete your application
process. In the mail, please mention your name, phone number, programme(s) applied
for, and your RDAP code. A hard copy of the proof of payment should be submitted to the
Admission Office during the verification of documents process.

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Step 3: Submission of documents
After the submission of your online application form and payment of the application fee, please bring the
original and copy of all documents to the Open University of Mauritius, Réduit, from 06 June to 08 June
2022 at latest (refer to the exact schedule posted on our website). Non-submission of the requested
documents by the due date will automatically lead to the rejection of your application.
Depending on the evolution of the pandemic, any change regarding the submission of
documents will be displayed on the website of the Open University of Mauritius at
http://www.open.ac.mu.
Documents required (copy and original)

  • Application Form (duly filled and signed)
  • FTES Form (duly filled in and signed – applicable for those applying for Undergraduate
    programmes only)
  • Academic Certificates
  • Birth Certificate
  • Marriage Certificate (if applicable)
  • National ID Card
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of application fee paid
  • Two recent passport size photos
  • Original Vaccination Card to facilitate access at the University
    Evidence of work experience in logistics and transport may be requested.
    IMPORTANT: the Cash Deposit voucher, Bank Transfer Voucher or any other proof of payment
    should be emailed to: feesfinance@open.ac.mu
    STEP 4 – REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT OF FIRST SEMESTER MODULES
    Successful applicants shall then receive an offer of seat by email and shall be requested to
    complete registration procedures. Follow the link that shall be provided to register.
    Applicants may effect payment of registration fees by one of the four options:
    • Option 1: Visit any SBM branch and effect the payment at the counter after
    presenting either the Cash Deposit Voucher or the Bank Transfer voucher;
    • Option 2: Internet Banking – where the fees can be transferred to OU’s SBM Account
    61025100002513;
    • Option 3: Juice Mobile application (subject to user limit per day)
    • Option 4: my.t billpay (subject to limit of Rs 5,000 per day)
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For all transactions, applicants should ensure that their RDAP Number and full name
appear as reference for identification purposes.
IMPORTANT: Applicants are requested to submit the proof of payment and the modules registration
form to the Admission Office or send a scanned copy or a properly photographed copy on
applicationdoc@open.ac.mu before 30 June 2022 at latest. Non-submission of payment evidence by
this date will mean that applicant is not interested. The proof of payments should also be copied to
Finance Division by email at feesfinance@open.ac.mu. During all financial transactions, applicants
should ensure that their RDAP number and full name appear as a reference for identification
purposes. In all emails, please mention your name, the programme you have applied for, your
application code, and your mobile number.

Information sheet click here

Programme document click here

Application procedures click here

Online application: https://oumauritius.com/application

Closing date to apply online:  10 June 2022

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