The MSc Project Management is offered fully online and allows you the opportunity to flexibly fit your studies around your schedule.
You can choose to study individual modules on a pay-as-you-go basis and build up your qualification at your own pace.
By studying this programme, you will develop a critical, selective and confident approach to the integration of knowledge domains and practical skills to finance, manage and execute processes and projects successfully.
You will also enhance your awareness of the specific requirements of each project, spot the potential issues in implementation and plan preventive strategies to overcome them.
Each module is run over a 10-week block followed by an assessment submission point, with the exception of the Dissertation module which is run over two 10-week blocks
The programme is offered online and is fully supported by a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). You study at a time and pace that suits you (subject to course-specific deadlines) and use the study materials provided, with support available from academic staff.
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Online support [Check this]
When you register, we will give you access to your Student Portal. You can then access your University of London email account and other key resources:
- The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) enables access to course materials, resources, and forums to discuss course material and work collaboratively with others. Tutors are available to answer queries and promote discussion during the study year through the VLE.
- The Online Library provides access to over 100 million academic electronic items comprising E-books, E-journals, conference proceedings, etc. In addition, students can request items which are not held in the library via the library's Inter-Library loans service with the British Library.
- Senate House Library provides free reference access for all registered distance and flexible learning students.
We are committed to delivering an exceptional student experience for all of our students, regardless of which of our programmes you are studying and whether you are studying independently or with a Recognised Teaching Centre.
You will have access to support through:
- The Student Advice Centre – provides support for application and Student Portal queries.
- TalkCampus – a peer support service that offers a safe and confidential way to talk about whatever is on your mind at any time of day or night.
Time commitment [Check this]
To complete the programme in the minimum study period (2 years), we estimate that you will need to study for approximately 24 hours per week during the academic session [Month to month?].
Students who study alongside full-time working commitments often take four years to complete. This amounts to around 12 hours of study per week during the academic session.]
Examinations are completed via online submission.
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