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London market insurance specialisation

991 (50 Advanced Diploma credits)

This unit involves writing a dissertation of 10,000 - 11,000 words on a topic relevant to the London insurance market, within 18 months of enrolment. Candidates must submit a dissertation proposal for approval, before commencing work on the final dissertation.

The dissertation should be on a topic relevant to the London insurance market, and will be assessed by a panel of London market subject matter experts. Submissions are completed via RevisionMate, the CII's online study tool, where guidance notes and a student discussion area also supports candidates whilst they complete the unit. Upon successful completion you will be awarded the Certificate in London Market Insurance Specialisation.

*If you are not specialising in the London Market take a look at 994 Insurance Market Specialisation.

 

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Dissertation

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991 Dissertation

Candidates must complete a dissertation on an agreed subject within 18 months of enrolment. After enrolment, candidates submit a proposed dissertation topic for approval, before commencing work on the dissertation itself.

991 Dissertation

Candidates must complete a dissertation on an agreed subject within 18 months of enrolment. After enrolment, candidates submit a proposed dissertation topic for approval, before commencing work on the dissertation itself.

Introduction

CII qualifications involve the completion of one or more units, each covering an individually assessed topic. Assessment methods vary and depend on a unit's level and subject matter.


Study and assessment methods include:

  • Multiple-choice question (MCQ) exam - Study is based on a specified enrolment period, from 01 January – 31 December. MCQ exams are available weekly at UK and select non-UK online exam centres, or twice-yearly in April and October at non-UK paper-based exam centres.
  • Written exams - Study is based on a 12 month enrolment period from the date of purchase. Written exams are held twice-yearly in April and October, with the exception of unit R06 which is tested four times-yearly, at UK and non-UK exam centres.
  • Coursework assessment - Study is based on a 12 month enrolment period from the date of purchase. Three written assignments, each typically between 2,000 - 3,000 words, need to be passed.
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  • Mixed assessment - Study is based on a 18 month enrolment period from the date of purchase. A combination of a single coursework assignment must be passed within the first six months and a MCQ exam passed within 18 months.
    Download Mixed Assessment guidelines and instructions »
  • Dissertation assessment - Study is based on a 18 month enrolment period from the date of purchase. A dissertation, typically between 10,000 - 11,000 words, on an agreed subject must be submitted.
    Download Dissertation guidelines and instructions »

It is essential that candidates familiarise themselves with the guidelines and instructions. Candidates should also familiarise themselves with the coursework and dissertation policies as well as exam policies before the assessment, and notes to results post-assessment.

Certificate in London Market Insurance Specialisation units

991
London market insurance specialisation
 

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