Do you want to boost your career prospects by studying for an engineering project management Master’s degree alongside your current job?

On this MSc Engineering Project Management Learning at Work Master’s course, you’ll tailor your learning to suit your professional and personal development aspirations, and gain the skills required to further your engineering career, at a time when engineering skills are in high-demand – and many exciting, well-paid careers are available, both in the UK and overseas.

Because the course is work-based, you need to already be in a full-time, part-time or voluntary role. If you don’t have an undergraduate degree, you could still do this postgraduate course if you have several years experience in a responsible position (such as a military role) or you have high-level skills through experience that isn’t reflected in your qualifications.

You can tailor the course to match your professional and personal aspirations and your employer’s objectives. The way you learn is flexible, so you can study wherever is most convenient for you and schedule your studies around your existing commitments.

Study Details:

MSc Part-time flexible

Module Details:

You can study campus-based or distance learning modules to expand your knowledge and understanding or to develop new skills in a more structured way.

Modules that previous students have studied include Strategic Organisational Excellence, Leadership Skills and Management, Resourcing, Learning, and Talent.

We use the best and most current research and professional practice alongside feedback from our students to make sure course content is relevant to your future career or further studies.

Therefore, some course content may change over time to reflect changes in the discipline or industry.


(January 2020 start) 60-90 credits (can be split over 1 or 2 years) 60 credits – £3,400 90 credits – £5,100 120-180 credits (can be split over 1, 2 or 3 years) 120 credits – £6,800 150 credits – £8,500 180 credits – £10,200

Entry Requirements

Qualifications or experience

  • A degree or equivalent. Other qualifications such as HNDs and Foundation degrees, supported by several years of relevant post-qualification experience in responsible posts, may also be acceptable. Applicants are usually working at a professional level. If you do not hold a level 6 qualification you may be required to present evidence of your ability to study at level 6.

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