Study for a MSc Project Management degree
at a top-ranked university in the heart of London.
Students of the MSc in Project Management programme will gain an understanding of current issues in project management through engaging with contemporary theory and case studies.
Over the course of three terms (1-year, full time), students will develop their critical thinking, problem solving and analysis skills through a range of compulsory modules and electives. Available modules include change management and leadership, strategic management and sustainability, and professional practice.
Studying these modules allows students to gain a clear insight into the practicalities of project management in different industries and prepare them for a career in this field.
The MSc Project Management programme consists of the PGDip stage and the Master stage. For the Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) stage, you will study the following core modules:
Successful completion of the PgDip allows you to proceed to dissertation module:
Our esteemed team of lecturers and tutors make use of a broad range of teaching and learning approaches in order to facilitate your learning journey in a way that plays to your strengths and abilities.
Depending on whether teaching is face-to-face or online, we offer:
We use a variety of assessment methods to evaluate our Project Management degree. The list below provides a guide to the types of assessment methods you may expect to encounter during your studies:
Students who choose to study this programme benefit from enhanced opportunities for career progression. For example, previous graduates have entered roles within the manufacturing industry, local authority positions, joined DXC Technology, and have even created their own start-up consultancy firms.
Secondly, this course closely reflects the reality of the project management profession. It is taught by experts with years of industry experience. This allows students to gain a deep understanding of the subject.
Finally, this APM accredited course grants students access to the Association for Project Management for no cost. Students will also benefit from networking opportunities with previous graduates.
This programme is especially suited to big-picture thinkers who are organised and confident. However, prospective students should also have achieved at least a 2:2 Honours degree from any subject. Alternatively, if you do not have a degree qualification, you should have gained substantial work experience that is directly relevant to this course.
For entry to this course, prospective students whose native language is not English must be able to demonstrate sufficient English Language capabilities.
The most commonly accepted English Language qualification is the IELTS qualification (gained in the last 2 years). Applicants should have achieved a score of 6.0 and sub-test results should not be below 5.5.
Other accepted English Language tests include:
You may also be permitted to take a supplementary English language programme prior to commencement of the programme. All applications are considered on an individual basis, so it is always worth discussing your options with an admissions officer.