Our graduate Project Management programmes are designed to specifically meet the growing industry demands. Graduates will develop methodological approaches to the management of financial aspects of projects and programmes as well as learn about the strategic management of people in the organization.

The Project Management Unit at The University of the WI, St. Augustine Campus is academically managed by a Campus-based team led by the Dean of the Faculty and is overseen by a Programme Coordinator.

Students will adopt an interactive approach to learning, embracing real life problems and experiences in programme and project management.


What can you do with a Project Management degree?

  • project management
  • consultancy
  • project planning
  • logistics
  • product development
  • public sector management
  • infrastructure planning and implementation
  • construction industries
  • maritime
  • tourism
  • education
  • ICT industries


MSc Project Management – Two (2) Years (Part-Time)

Potential candidates should have attained a first degree in any of the following disciplines: Project Management, Information Technology, Planning, Agriculture, Accounting, Engineering, Management Sciences, Economics, Architecture, Quantity Surveying, Land Surveying, Construction Management. Consideration is also given on a case-by-case basis to candidates who possess a first degree in other areas.

Candidates with sufficient related work experience would become eligible for registration in related professional associations and institutions. See more


MPhil in Project Management

The MPhil degree in Project Management consists of two lecture-based courses, two research seminars and MPhil thesis.

Our programme offers technical deepening and broadening knowledge beyond the level covered by the taught MSc degree in Project and Programme Management by providing practical research skills into specific problems that arise in a wide range of industries and sectors in the economy. See more


PhD in Project Management

The PHd Project Management program consists of three lecture-based courses, three graduate seminars and a PhD thesis. See more


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