Charles Sturt University’s Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration provides professionals with advanced knowledge and skills in the field of customs and border management and has been designed for people engaged in both government employment and in the trading community. It has an international focus making it suitable for professionals from all around the world.
The course has been designed by the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES) with industry, government and international agency collaboration, including the World Customs Organization (WCO). CCES is the world’s leading provider of training and education in the highly specialised area of customs and border management. CCES has established a global reputation for its work in helping to strengthen the organisational capability and professional standards of customs and other border enforcement agencies globally.
Students will develop advanced technical skills in traditional and topical aspects of international customs law and customs administration, preparing them to effectively apply complex policy and practice in workplaces focused on cross-border trade.
Students will gain advanced judgement, adaptability and responsibility as a practitioner dealing with, or working in, customs administrations and it will provide them with a pathway for further learning.
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This course enhances prospects for employment and advancement for those with, or seeking, careers in customs administration, other public sector agencies and businesses involved in cross-border trade. Graduates will develop skills and knowledge that will be highly attractive to employers in these fields.
Applicants for the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration should hold:
Students without a tertiary qualification may be admitted to the course if they can demonstrate they have a minimum of three years’ appropriate work experience in Customs or a related private/public sector area.
Students studying Charles Sturt University’s Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration will study two 16 point core subjects to graduate. Successful completion of these two subjects will provide 32 credit points towards the first two subjects in the Master of Customs Administration, giving you the option of progressing to the Masters program leaving only 64 credit points for you to complete.
The duration of the course is 1 Session full time and 2 Sessions part time. Students are able to commence their studies at Charles Sturt in either Session 1 or Session 2.
Students will study on line using Charles Sturt University’s on line learning platform, Interact 2.
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