BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis

Generating Business Analysis Solutions


While performing Business Analysis at an organisation it is necessary for the professional that he/she is well versed with the concepts of BA both theoretically as well as practically. This is what the International Diploma seeks to do besides testing the oral skills of the candidate as well. The delegates have to go through a rigorous training and clear four written exams plus an oral exam to get this International Diploma. We, at MSP Training, ensure the delegates do not lack in any of these skills while they come face to face with such situations in real-life at their workplace.

  • Learn the legal and controlling framework for business analysis

  • Understand the model business activities

  • Know the significance of the business analyst role

  • Learn from certified and experienced instructors

  • Valued throughout the world by leading companies


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Key Learning Points

Clear and concise objectives to guide delegates through the course.


Tutor Support

A dedicated tutor will be at your disposal throughout the training to guide you through any issues.



Courseware will also be provided to the delegates so that they can revise the course after the training.


The delegates who wish to get the International Diploma in Business Analysis certification must have a prerequisite, experience as a Project Manager or Business Analyst. An identification proof that confirms their identity must also be present with the candidates at all times during the course as well as the examination.       Any candidate failing to produce the said identification proof may have his / her candidature cancelled and may not be allowed to sit the exams.


Those professionals interested in updating and improving their business analysis skills can sit for this course.


  • Learn the Skills Required by Business Analysts
  • Use a business analysis process model approach to change proposals for business problem-solving.
  • Learn to evolve Business Strategies
  • Identify and Document Issues
  • Consider the viewpoints of affected Stakeholders
  • Learn to work within an engineering context
  • Learn to Model techniques and notations to present business processes

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The BCS International Diploma in Business Analysis has come a long way to become a standard for Business Analysts. As this Diploma deals with concepts that help the Analyst deal with business problems and generating their solutions, every Business Analyst wishes their resume stamped with this certification. The International Diploma helps the Business Analysts to exhibit their analysis skills, knowledge, and competences.


The BCS International Diploma can be obtained by clearing four exams along with an Oral exam. The Core Module has two exams and the delegates need to pass both of them. From the Knowledgebase and the Practitioner Modules, the delegates have to pass one exam from each module.

  • Oral Exam

Last of all, the candidate sits for the oral exam during which the examiners who are two in number can query him/her anything from any modules the candidate has learnt. This Oral Exam lasts for 50 minutes in which the candidates are supposed to apply their Business Skills.


  • The business context (K Level 4/5)
    • The rationale for business analysis
    • Sectors of the economy
    • Business environment analysis
    • Business Analysis: The legal and regulatory framework
    • SWOT analysis
    • Business performance measurement
    • Business analysis and business change lifecycle
    • Stages of the lifecycle
  • Business analysis techniques (K Level 4/5)
    • Investigating and documenting business situations
    • Stakeholder analysis and business perspectives
    • Modelling business activities
    • Business events
    • Business rules
    • Gap analysis
  • Business case development (K Level 4/5)
    • Rationale for making a business case
    • Contents of a business case
    • Options
    • The financial case
    • Investment appraisal techniques
    • Risk analysis
    • Impact analysis
    • Lifecycle for the business case
  • Requirements definition (K Level 4/5)
    • Requirements engineering
    • Requirements elicitation
    • Requirements analysis
    • Requirements validation
  • Managing Requirements and documentation (K Level 4/5)
    • Requirements management
    • Change control
    • Version control
    • Tools in requirements management
    • Types of requirements
    • Documenting requirements
    • Requirements modelling
  • Knowledge-based specialism (K Level 2/3)
    • Business Analysis and its relevance to the selected module
    • The holistic view of a business system
    • Professionalism and business analysis
    • Projects and business analysis
  • Practitioner specialism (K Level 2/3)
    • Relevance to the business analyst role
    • Relevance of the module to an organisation
    • Description of the module

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