Entry Requirements & Fees
Think our PMI-GAC accredited, global online Masters in Project & Programme Management is right for you? Read on for our entry requirements and payment options, and get in touch if you have any questions. The September 2021 intake application deadline is Friday 3rd September, so please ensure you apply by that date if you are intested in understaking this year's intake.
Acceptance into our Online Masters in Project and Programme Management typically requires a 2.2 honours primary degree (level 8) and a minimum of 4 years’ experience working in a project-related environment.
However, we have graduates and current students who hold a Diploma or Certificate rather than a Degree and have qualified for this masters based on their extensive work experience. In such instances, we evaluate your experience, portfolio and references in accordance with the University’s policy on recognition of prior learning. We may also ask to interview you directly.
Highly AffordableComplete this 2 year, 90 ECTS masters for a highly competitive cost of €8,010 per yearPlease note that year 2 fees may increase
due to student levy charges. Apply Now
One of the most distinctive and valuable benefits of the UL Online Masters in Project & Programme Management is the advantage for your employer: lessons are taught in the context of your current work environment. Because of this, many of our students have their course fees supported by their employers. The skills developed and knowledge acquired during the course, can be immediately applied to your current projects and organisation, bringing real ROI for your employer.See the business benefits
Whether you’re looking to advance to programme manager or simply strengthen and expand your project management skills, our online masters provides the right blend of industry-relevant content and practical skills to get you there.
Successful programme and senior project managers must be able to assess the potential impact of programme decisions across their organisation. Through this Masters in Project & Programme Management, you’ll develop the ability to assess and influence good decisions, facilitating your move into more senior, strategic roles.
Specialist to Project Manager
Many of our students find themselves moving from a specialist technical role to a more dedicated project management position. This course helps address the challenges of such a move, providing a different perspective on projects and what it takes to lead and motivate others.
All industries and sectors are becoming increasingly competitive, which accelerates the need for best-practice project management. This masters gives you the skills to successfully manage projects and programs regardless of sector, opening up wider career opportunities for your future.
What Our Students Say
Our Masters in Project & Programme Management is one of few PMI GAC-accredited, online masters programmes worldwide. Students who complete this masters acquire an internationally recognised, PMI GAC-accredited, level 9 university degree.