You can enter into the Certificate in International Trade if you are 16 years or over and have no formal qualifications.It’s designed to provide students, and those operating within International Trade, an opportunity to broaden their awareness of global trade issues, and to gain a clear understanding of the processes and practicalities of International Trade.
The CIT qualification is accepted as an entry qualification for the Advanced Certificate in International Trade.
Advanced Certificate in International Trade | IoE | International Trade
You can enter the Advanced Certificate in International Trade if you are18 years of age or over and have 4 GCSE/GCE O Levels A-C Grades including English Language and1 A level or equivalent OR have NVQ Level 2 in International Trade Services OR 21 years of age or over with 3 year practical experience in international trade.
On completion of the ACIT, students will have acquired and demonstrated a detailed knowledge of the principles, procedures and documentation of International Trade. Students who have successfully passed the ACIT can apply for Associate Membership of the Institute, and are entitled to use the suffix of AMIEx and proceed to the Diploma Qualification.
Entry into the Diploma in International Trade is by successful completion/or exemption of ACIT only. The Diploma in International Trade (DIT) examines the ability of the student to manage the broader managerial aspects of International Trade and make the right decisions when problems arise. Students cannot sit the Diploma examination unless they have successfully passed all four papers of the ACIT or have been granted exemptions. On successful completion of the DIT, students will qualify for Graduate Membership of the Institute and will be entitled to use the suffix of MIEx (Grad).