Entry requirements for courses will vary depending on the course provider you choose.
Some might only require you to be able to read and write English well. If you’re applying for a CMI Level 5 Diploma from a non-English-speaking country, you will probably need to provide evidence of proficiency in English language.
Since the qualification is operating at a level below degree level (Level 5 Qualifications are more equivalent to a foundation degree in academic study level) it probably won’t be a requirement for you to have a degree or higher level qualification, but some courses might expect you to have completed A-Levels or another type of qualification at level 4 and have sufficient experience in the management industry to be operating at that level.
Some of the best managers started out as apprentices and worked their way up without ever achieving a degree or other academic qualification but it will probably help you get the most from your studies if you have a degree or have completed a qualification in a relevant subject at a similar or higher level.
The CMI Level 5 is Designed for existing and aspiring Managers who want to advance their knowledge, lead with confidence and enhance their CV.
Learners explore a range of contemporary issues and develop the critical, analytical, and practical skills needed to succeed as managers. This makes it ideal for individuals already in management roles.