Postgraduate Certificate in Infrastructure Finance

Target audience

i. BICA members and other finance professionals
ii. Auditor General and Accountant General employees
iii. Lawyers and banking professionals
iv. Public Sector Executives and policymakers

Modes of programme delivery

The modes of delivery will include the following: Block release


i. Candidates enrolling in this course are expected to have completed any of the following
ii. A recognized Bachelor’s degree in any discipline
iii. A recognized professional qualification such as ACCA, CIMA, AAT etc.


By the end of this module students will be able to:
- Understand the different Infrastructure Sectors and types of companies
- Appreciate the role of the private sector and PPPs
- Differentiate between Greenfield and brownfield investments -identify the different Sources of revenue and financing
- Identify the different Sources of revenue and financing

By the end of this module students will be able to:
- Treat Infrastructure as an asset class -Understand the investors in infrastructure
- Understand the investors in infrastructure
- Appreciate the Risk-return profile of infrastructure investments
- Perform Portfolio diversification through infrastructure -Understand Infrastructure investment opportunities
- Understand Infrastructure investment opportunities

Introduction to Infrastructure management 10
Infrastructure Investments 15
Organisational Models for Infrastructure Implementation 10
Infrastructure sectors and subsectors 10
Research Project in Finance 20
Total Credits 65 Credits
Teaching/Learning approaches/strategies

The teaching and learning strategy will utilize a variety of learning materials and methods. The tuition period will include mini lectures, tutorials, case studies and worked examples, problem based learning, simulations and group work which will facilitate understanding of wider perspectives and build peer support opportunities. This strategy will aim to maximize the achievement of the learning outcomes through a combination of formal input via lectures at the beginning of the module with a shift to facilitate a student centered learning approach as the module progresses. Thus students will be expected to read and research widely on an individual basis and to prepare for classes.


Francistown Campus
Gaborone Campus
Programme Type: Postgraduate

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Programme Leader

Dr John Mukuna