MSc Project Management

This course is delivered and awarded by Arden University at GISMA's campus in Berlin.

NEXT INTAKE: October 2017  EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: 20%* off. Apply before the end of May 2017

You will explore the fundamentals of successful project delivery on a global scale, as well as develop the skills and confidence to use data metrics for effective analysis and planning. On successful completion, you will leave with a qualification that proves your knowledge in both academic and recognised professional fields.

 

Accreditations, rankings and important information

This programme is designed, delivered and awarded by Arden University, a UK university monitored by the Quality Assurance Agency for England (QAA) and the UK government. Arden has helped 50,000 students succeed over 26 years of providing higher education to students around the world. In 2015, its Student Survey found that 79% of Arden’s students saw their career improve as a direct result of their studies at the University.  

This degree is also accredited by the Association for Project Management (APM) which is the Chartered body for a profession in project management in the UK.  

 

 

Who should take this course?

Are you leading projects in your current role, or who would like to begin a career that would involve project management? This course is perfect to build the skills and knowledge to drive your career forward, or to start a new role in this field.

How will you learn?

You will be taught by Arden's faculty of experienced tutors, using a combination of both on-campus and online learning.  This essentially means that you get the best of both worlds: regular, face-to-face contact combined with the flexibility to continue learning outside the classroom wherever and whenever you like with 24/7, multi-device, multi-media learning materials and a leading edge ‘virtual classroom’ study portal called ilearn.

As a result of Arden's latest academic research, a combination of traditional texts will be used alongside podcasts, webinars (online seminars) and interactive knowledge-checks to keep you engaged, focused and motivated throughout your studies.  In addition, you will receive regular academic support from Arden’s expert tutors and your own student support coordinator for any administrative, technical or motivational help.

 

COURSE WORK

You will submit a range of different assessed work, with tutor feedback provided throughout to support your education. They will offer advice to help you improve and facilitate your understanding of how to use new theories and skills in real situations.

You will be expected to complete:

  • Case study
  • Reports
  • Research proposal
  • Dissertation
Programme structure

This course will cover the essential points of managing successful projects, including how to use data during the planning process. You can gain the knowledge and confidence required to execute large scale global projects and lead on strategy and management.

 Modules are:

  • Project Management Techniques
  • Management of Projects
  • Project Analytics
  • Data Handling and Decision Making
  • Sustainability in Theory and Practice
  • Quality Management
  • Research Project

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Be part of the expanding project management sector
  • Advise colleagues or clients on best practices for project management
  • Interpret and apply the appropriate data to arrive at better decisions
Career direction

Project managers are an important part of every business and are highly valuable due to the many skills they must have in order to be successful.

In addition to self-employment and/or consultancy, you will also be able to apply for the following roles:

  • Project Director
  • Project Executive
  • Technical Project Manager
  • Technical Project Lead
  • Business Project Lead
  • Programme Manager

Graduates from this degree are now Senior Project Managers, Chief Specialists and Project Control Officers working in a range of sectors including:

  • Engineering, project management
  • Operations and construction
  • Project delivery
  • Specialised power equipment
  • Railway infrastructure
  • Government Administrations
  • Key facts
  • Fees & Funding
  • Entry requirements

Key facts

Location: Berlin
Study mode: Part-time / full-time
Next intakes: October 2017, February 2018
Duration: Part-time 24 months / full-time 12 months 
Full fees:
Part-time  € 15,000 
Full-time   € 15,000   

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