MSc Project Management - Engineering - Distance Learning -Advice

06-May-19, 19:20
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by joecol
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posted about 1 year ago
Hi everyone,

I am looking for a Masters in Project Management. I am a Chemical Engineer (MSc) with 2 years' experience in industry. I don't want to leave my job, or go to full-time study. And by the way, I am not a native speaker.

I have found two interesting distance learning programmes:

- Industrial Project Management @ Birmingham ( )

- Project Management @ Aberdeen ( )

The Project Management Masters at Aberdeen is APM accredited. I can't find any info about accreditation for Industrial Project Management Masters at the University of Birmingham.

Has anyone had any experience with these programmes? Any other similar programme that I have missed?
Is ranking important for a University? and accreditation?
Is a Masters in Proj Managment right for my career? I would like to be a project manager or an operations manager in 5-8 years.
I am also considering to wait 3-4 years and do an MBA.

Any advice? :-)

07-May-19, 11:32
edited about 22 seconds later
by pf329
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posted about 1 year ago
The Birmingham one is accredited too according to the APM:
07-May-19, 17:18
by joecol
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posted about 1 year ago
Oh! That's good news. Thank you!
I have also found a course at Robert Gordon University:

Again, any thoughts? Any advice?


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