Founded in 1973 as a non-profit organisation, the Association of Business Executives (ABE) is a professional membership body and an examination board. Its aims is to advance the efficient management of the commerce industry through developments in the study and practice of this field.
ABE offer business and management qualifications at Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Postgraduate Diploma level. ABE qualifications can lead to degree program. With relevant work experience, it can also lead to an MBA course.
There are many advantages to studying an ABE qualification. Key benefits include:
Typically ABE diploma holders can gain you entry to the second and final years of Bachelors degree programmes at universities around the world, while Advanced Diploma holders can gain entry to the final year of a degree. With relevant work experience you can fast track to an MBA.
ABE course fees are very reasonable and many students consider it a low-cost route to a University Degree or a Masters Degree
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A professional qualification
All of our qualifications are developed in consultation with sector skills councils and employers and reflect the very latest industrial standards. Students gain practical skills valuable to potential employers, as well as an academic appreciation of theoretical issues involved in the study of business.
ABE is recognised around the world – from the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) in the UK to Ministries of Education and Employers in other countries.
All our qualifications are recognised and accredited by QCA, the UK qualifications regulator.
ABE courses can be done part-time or full-time.
Entry to ABE
To gain direct entry into the ABE Diploma programme, candidates need 2 STPM with 4 SPM credits (inclusive of English and Mathematics). SPM holders will first need to complete an external foundation course, the Certificate In Business, which consists of 4 basic subjects.
- Business Management
- Business Information Systems
- Financial Management
- Human Resource Management
- Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management