This programme brings together current project management methodologies, research, and practice. Upon programme completion you will be able to present and debate complex ideas, and create responses to challenges, use principles and tools to deliver projects in complex, unpredictable situations, act effectively both in a team and independently. You will be in a position to conduct research, design, and carry out investigations in areas of theory and practice, communicate complex material to specialist and non-specialist audiences, apply transferable professional and practical skills responsibly and ethically.
Each module takes 10 weeks and Final Major Project 30 weeks.
This programme consists of six modules (20 study credits) followed by Final Major Project (60 study credits).
Students learn by doing following set of activities including listening lectures and seminars, tutorials, sharing online critiques and studying independently.
Modules run for 10 weeks, business project for 20 weeks. You need to dedicate 25 hours weekly for your studies.
There are no typical exams. Students are being assessed based on their individual progress documented throughout the programme. A combination of formative (including tutor feedback) and summative assessments (assessment of projects, presentations, essays, case studies, plans, and strategies) allows following student progress.
In order to qualify for the programme the following criteria need to be met:
-An undergraduate honours degree classification of 2.2 or higher in any discipline, or an equivalent qualification; or appropriate work experience in the private or public sector with relevant professional qualifications.
If English is not a first language, a candidate will need to hold a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 with at least 5.5 in each component, or an accepted equivalent.
06 March 2023
New registration dates to be announced soon