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Project management deals with planning, organising, staffing, directing, controlling and securing to achieve the goals within an organisation while taking into account three main pre-defined criteria: time, budget and scope. Project management contributes to processes optimisation and proper resources allocation. The project management discipline combines theories of communication, risk management, finance, business administration and even design.

Students enrolled in a Bachelor or Master degree in project management will learn how to collect and analyse data and prepare various analytical reports, skills required in order to handle all resources and manage budgets for any project within the organisation. Students will develop skills that involve: leadership, effective communication, technical skills. They will learn how to be detail oriented, multi-tasking, good organisers and problem solvers.

Graduates from project management degrees can work in a business field as: project managers, project analysts, industrial production manager, administrative services manager, quality coordinator, work at new product / services development departments or start their own business.

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Suggested Short Courses in Project Management

Certificate Project Management - Term I

The main objective of this course is to introduce you to modern methodologies, principles and tools required for defining and managing projects in complex environments. The Project Management - Term I course is offered at European Summer School Prague.

Czech Republic
Certificate Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

This Certificate IV in Project Management Practic from Open Colleges can be achieved online at your own pace; you will gain knowledge of cost estimating and developing a budget, risk assessment, dealing with contracts, and scheduling and scope planning within realistic and workable time frames.

Australia