Unlock Global Opportunities with a British Degree

Embarking on an MSc Project Management journey with the University of Salford and Robert Kennedy College awards you a British degree that is recognised internationally. This degree not only enhances your academic profile but also opens up a world of opportunities for you. The global recognition of a British degree can significantly boost your career prospects, giving you an edge in the competitive job market.

Whether you aspire to work for a multinational corporation or aim to start your own business, the knowledge and skills acquired through this programme will equip you to manage projects effectively and efficiently. The international recognition of your degree will also make it easier for you to work in different parts of the world.

Flexible Online Learning Tailored to Your Lifestyle

The MSc Project Management programme can be completed 100% online in as little as 1 year. This flexibility allows you to balance your studies with your personal and professional commitments. You can study at your own pace, without the need to be online at specific times and dates. This makes the programme ideal for working professionals, parents, and those with other responsibilities.

Furthermore, the programme can be studied from anywhere in the world, even while on the move or while travelling. Our mobile app allows you to download the study material and watch the lectures offline, ensuring that your studies are not disrupted by lack of internet access.

Assessments Designed for Real-World Application

Unlike traditional programmes that rely on classical question/answer exams, the MSc Project Management programme uses open book assessments. This approach encourages you to apply the knowledge and skills you have learned to real-world scenarios, enhancing your understanding of the subject matter and preparing you for the challenges you may face in your career.

Our tutors and faculty, who have graduated from world-renowned universities like Oxford, Harvard, EPFL, University of Basel, and Washington University in St. Louis, bring their wealth of knowledge and experience to the programme. They provide guidance and support throughout your studies, helping you to achieve your academic goals.

Join a Diverse and Global Student Community

As a student of the MSc Project Management programme, you will be part of a diverse student base from over 130 countries. This diversity enriches the learning experience, providing you with the opportunity to learn from different perspectives and cultures. Our alumni work for international organisations like Google, Microsoft, DHL, Dell, ICBC Bank, HSBC, Santander, Westpac, Accenture, Disney, United Nations, ICRC, The World Bank, Intel, Samsung, Tencent, Siemens, Sony, and many more.

Affordable Fees with Flexible Payment Options

The fees for the MSc Project Management programme can be paid in up to 18 monthly interest-free instalments, making it more affordable for you. This flexibility allows you to manage your finances effectively while pursuing your academic goals.

Benefits for Graduates in Ghana

The MSc Project Management programme offers numerous benefits for graduates in Ghana. The knowledge and skills acquired through the programme can be applied to various industry sectors in the country, including construction, information technology, and manufacturing. With the increasing demand for project management professionals in these sectors, graduates of the programme can look forward to exciting career opportunities.

Furthermore, the international recognition of the degree can open up opportunities for graduates to work for multinational corporations operating in Ghana. This can lead to career advancement and higher earning potential.

Finally, the programme equips graduates with the skills to manage projects effectively and efficiently, which is crucial for the success of any business. This can lead to increased job satisfaction and career progression.

Take the first step towards a rewarding career in project management. Request our course catalogue today.