Manchester Metropolitan University

Degree level: Postgraduate

Engineering Project Management (Taught)

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Course summary

The combination of digital and physical technologies that is driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is changing our world. Our MSc Engineering Project Management offers the opportunity to develop management skills to implement technical strategies in projects across the engineering sector. This course explores specialist challenges to the key objectives of innovation and sustainability in the delivery of new engineering systems, products, enterprise and services for Industry 4.0. Throughout this course, you’ll develop specialist skills for the management of multidisciplinary projects along with techniques to manage the operational and developmental phases of product and system life cycles. Our teaching staff come from a range of professional backgrounds with active networks in various sectors, from manufacturing engineering and environmental industries, to railways and built environment. Together, this multidisciplinary group will help you to become a rounded professional, ready to apply for engineering management roles in organisations globally. Features and Benefits

  • Professional skills - We deliver the project management principles from both the Association for Project Management (APM) UK and Project Management Institute (PMI) USA. The course content is also designed to deliver outcomes defined by The Engineering Council.
  • Experienced teaching - We have more than 60 highly respected academic staff members and post-doctoral researchers working at the forefront of their field. You’ll also be supported by an experienced technical team.
  • Excellent facilities - We’ve got industry-standard facilities, giving you the latest tools and equipment to help you hone your practical skills.
  • Additional qualifications - We will support you to undertake the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (APM PFQ) or Prince2 Foundation as an additional qualification (fees applicable).

Course details

Entry requirements

You'll need a UK honours degree - at least a 2:2 - or the international equivalent, in engineering, physics, mathematics, computing or equivalent. Applicants with relevant and extensive professional experience in the relevant fields will be considered. International students please see English requirements: IELTS 6.5, with no component below 5.5 in any category, or an equivalent accepted English qualification.  International students who successfully complete any of the pre-masters courses below will also be eligible to join the course: Certificate in Professional Studies: Electrical and Electronic Engineering Certificate in Professional Studies: Mechanical Engineering Certificate of Achievement for Engineering Practice (Electronic Engineering) Certificate of Achievement for Engineering Practice (Mechanical Engineering)

Fees and funding

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Engineering Project Management at Manchester Metropolitan University - UCAS