What our lecturers say:
"We attract students that are among the very brightest from all over the world. Last year, one of my classes alone was made up of people from more than 20 countries."
"The unique combination of mechanical, aerospace, and civil engineering disciplines in our School exposes academics and students to a variety of engineering approaches to problem-solving."
The MSc in Commercial Project Management prepares students for a professional role in the management of commercial projects by providing students with an understanding of the both the people-related and technical requirements necessary for the successful management of projects, as well as the organisational and strategic aspects; it also stresses the commercial aspects of project management: for example, marketing and sales, financial management, procurement, bidding and contract management.
This MSc is one of four MSc courses within the Management of Projects Group of Programmes. The other MSc courses are:
The MScs within the Management of Projects group of programmes are full-time courses which run for 52 weeks.
There are 12 teaching weeks in the first semester from September to December and 12 teaching weeks in the second semester from February to June.
Dissertation: on successful completion of the taught element, you are expected to work on a dissertation from June and complete ready for submission by the beginning of September. Dissertation commences when you have successfully completed the taught element of 8 units, including 5 core and 3 optional units, approved by the Exam Board in June. You can then proceed to writing up your dissertation from June and must submit it by September.
Graduation: if successful you graduate in December.
All four or our MSc courses within the Management of Projects group of programmes are listed by the Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) as being Approved Further Learning Schemes for Chartered Engineers.
Did you know?
On successful completion of the MSc students with an accredited first degree at BEng level will be able to become chartered engineers.