This programme offers practical experience and will bring a global perspective to your studies. After successfully completing the Postgraduate Certificate stage of the Project Management programme or having entered with an equivalent qualification, you can study for a dual award with UWS and the University of Angers, France.
About the programme The programme will equip you with expertise in project management, developing the skills to manage global projects, programmes and portfolios of projects. Building on your existing technical knowledge, you will develop not only project management knowledge and skills but employability skills such as critical thinking, analysis, problemsolving, communication, team building, research, ICT skills and skills for lifelong learning. This dual award is based on the Postgraduate Diploma Project Management at UWS but with an additional eight months spent at the University of Angers in France. At the end of the programme you will receive two Masters: MSc Project Management (International) from UWS; and MSc ISMP (Ingénierie des Systèmes et Management de Project) from University of Angers. Funding options are available for the period of study in France. Classes in France are taught in French but you can sit exams and assignments in English.
Your learning MSc Project Management (International) Postgraduate Diploma Change Management and Leadership
• Case Studies in Project Managementplus two from:
• Advances in Project Management (10 point module)
• Financial Resources (10 point module)
• Research Design and Methods (10 point module)
MSc ISMP You will also study:
• Formation Générale
• Management de projet
• Qualité Logiciel
MSc Upon successful completion of the taught modules listed above you will undertake the MSc research project which can be carried out within industry in Scotland or France.
Our Careers Adviser says Graduates can seek employment as a project manager in a wide field of organisations such as consultancy firms, construction, manufacturing, events and service organisations.
Professional recognition The programme is seeking accreditation from the Association for Project Management.