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MSc in Programme and Project Management With the fast changing global economy and technology, it is important to possess strategic thinking in industrial and organizational project management. In Hong Kong, there is a great demand for professionals with qualiﬁcations to manage both small and large scale projects and programmes. The University of Warwick, in collaboration with the Vocational Training Council (VTC), oﬀers the MSc in Programme and Project Management to meet the needs of the emerging market. REASONS 8study our programme to 1. Top ranking Warwick is a top 10 UK university and top 5 for research. 2. International exposure WHO TO APPLY Study opportunity in the UK or other WMG partner universities (such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand Our MSc programme is designed for those wishing to and India). move into project management, either in the technical or business ﬁeld, or into a new ﬁeld of expertise. 3. Dynamic learning culture Distinguished speaker series from industrial experts; Participants on this course can have a wide range of Teaching and learning focus on group discussion, educational or industrial backgrounds such as Business presentation, industrial case study sharing etc. and Management, Information Technology, Engineering, Social Sciences, Design, Law, Language Studies, etc. 4. Excellence in teaching 100% taught by academic professionals from the UK. It is suitable for those with work experience as well as 5. Scholarships and awards those with little or no background in business. Scholarships are available for outstanding graduates. 6. Alumni networking To tap into the growing network of Warwick WHAT TO LEARN graduates who have pursued employment in the professional world. This programme will provide students with the methodologies, tools, principles and philosophies of 7. Enticing career prospects successful project management. Graduates are expected to be employed in diﬀerent service sectors. Students will be able to build up the concepts of strategic thinking and apply to the areas of project 8. Financial support - CEF planning and control, ﬁnancial and human behavioural Some modules have been included in the list of operations as well as managing organizational change. courses for CEF reimbursement. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE 6 Core & specialist course modules 3 Elective modules Project Planning, Management & Control Collaborative Product Development Project Financial Management Enterprise Information Systems International Joint Ventures Information Systems Management Management of Change Product Design & Development Management Organisations, People and Performance Quality, Reliability & Maintenance Managing the Multi-Project / Programme Environment Supply Chain Management * The choice of the above elective modules is subject to availability Post-module assignments Complete 9 modules and pass all post-module assignments with an average of 50% + Project (dissertation and oral examination) Achieve a minimum score of 50% in both the project and oral examination DURATION Flexible study mode: can be completed in a minimum of 1 year Classes will normally be held on weekday evenings and weekends AWARD MSc in Programme and Project Management by the University of Warwick (Postgraduate Award and Postgraduate Certiﬁcate in Programme and Project Management are also available) TUITION FEE $110,000 (Programme fee: HK$108,000 and registration fee: HK$2,000) ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 1. Bachelor degree with second class honours or equivalent 2. IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 600 (Paper-based) / For more information: 250 (Computer-based) / 92 (Internet-based)* W www.vtc.edu.hk/wmg * The above English proﬁciency requirement applies to non-native F www.facebook.com/wmgvtc English speakers only. Applicants with at least 2 years of study in E email@example.com English speaking countries, such as UK, USA and Australia, etc. may apply for exemption. T (852) 2595 2718 / (852) 2595 8356 Note: Applicants with relevant post-qualiﬁcation experience will be A WMG School for considered on individual merit. Professional Development Room 008, G/F, Academic Block, 30 Shing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong Registered Number (Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance): 251907 It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualiﬁcation to which this course may lead.
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