Project Management Top-Up BSc (Hons)
Full Time: 1 Year
Full Time: £9,250
Full Time: £13,900
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This course is currently suspending applications for the academic period 2021/22. Please check back for further information.
This Project Management course covers a range of project and application areas to showcase the most effective methods of project initiation, planning, execution and close-out. Throughout the course of this Project Management degree, you will learn world-wide best practice from leading professional bodies such as Project Management Institute, Association for Project Management and AXELOS.
This top-up degree in Project Management is suitable for those already working within the field or those seeking to pursue a Project Management career, as well as graduates from foundation degree and HND programmes in a range of disciplines.
Our Project Management Top-Up BSc (Hons) gives you the opportunity to top up your qualification to an Honours degree in just one year, giving you greater flexibility and boosting your career prospects.
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Our Project Management course is an ideal option for those looking to top up their qualification to a complete BSc (Hons). While this undergraduate degree is relevant to aspiring Project Managers, it also provides the knowledge and skills that can be applied to a wide range of job roles in multiple sectors.
The Project Management Top-Up BSc (Hons) programme benefits from two principal points of differentiation. First, it is sector-neutral, focusing on the application of project management methodologies to multiple sectors whilst drawing examples from a range of contexts. Second, a clear focus on individual and organisational responsibility is embedded throughout the course.
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You will be eligible to apply for this Project Management course if you hold an Edexcel / SQA, HND, a relevant Foundation Degree, Advanced Diploma, or Chinese Dazhuan Diploma. We will consider International Students whose first language is not English.
This course will consider International Students whose first language is not English
For more information on how to make an application, please visit our How to Apply page.
If you are an International student and would like information on making an application, please see our How to Apply page.
English Language Requirements
All International and EU students applying for a course with us must meet the following minimum English language requirements:
- IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent) with a minimum of 5.5 in all bands for study at undergraduate level.
For information regarding English language requirements at the University, please see our IELTS page.
21/22 Tuition Fees
Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 21/22 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.
- UK Full Time: £9,250
- UK Part Time: £1,465 per 20 credit module
- International Full Time: £13,900
For information on the scholarships available to you, please see our scholarships page.
There are no additional costs for this course for students beginning their studies in September 2021. Should this change, applicants and students will be contacted by the university with details of the costs.
20/21 Tuition Fees
Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 20/21 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.
- UK/EU Full Time: £9,250
- UK/EU Part Time: £1,450 per 20 credit module
- International Full Time: £13,750
There are no additional costs for this course for students beginning their studies in September 2020. Should this change, applicants and students will be contacted by the university with details of the costs.
Why is Project Management important?
Project Management is key for setting realistic expectations for project delivery and ensuring project objectives are met, including budgets and timelines.
Achieving this requires the application of certain Project Management skills, techniques, tools and knowledge to control costs, maximise resources, and manage integration, quality and change. Those in Project Management roles are responsible for defining plans, establishing schedules and overseeing teamwork. For successful completion, a Project Manager must also be resilient, retaining knowledge and learning from failure.
What are Project Management skills?
The Project Management skills required to drive success are broad and can be applied to a wide range of different roles, organisations and industries.
In addition to managing projects through to completion, Project Management skills include planning from the conception stage through to implementation, mapping out a timeline to achieve this and then executing the phases involved. They also include managing resources and effectively overcoming any issues, while communicating clearly with stakeholders.
Those wishing to succeed in Project Management jobs must be strong leaders and be highly organised, resourceful and detail-orientated. They should have a good business acumen and an appreciation for how the project relates to the organisation’s overall business goals.