Project Management at the University of Cumbria

Want to get involved in project management? Looking to develop your current skills further through training in specialist project fields? Then you're sure to enjoy our extensive collection of project management programmes.

Working closely with industry and the Association of Project Managers (APM), we've developed a range of professional qualifications, professional development opportunities and higher education programmes in project management. 

Our aim is to support the development and transformation of project communities through applied education and specialisation, developing talented and experienced project managers who will optimise operational performance and generate tangible benefits for your business.

Professional Development

We offer a range of degree programmes and short courses in project management to enhance your professional development

Our FdSc Project Management and University Certificate in Project Controls are accredited by the Association for Project Management (APM). 

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Training for organisations

We can offer closed cohorts for companies and can create a bespoke package of training based on your organisation’s individual needs, ensuring your employees only get the most relevant training.

We also run a range of open access courses where your employees can get the benefit of networking, exchanging ideas and developing communities of practice with other professionals.

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Who we work with

We work extensively with the nuclear industry, but also work with the public sector, NHS, Armed forces, education, engineering, construction and service industries.

The Project Management skills we help develop are suitable for all sectors and industries, improving your capabilities and supporting development of project management capacity across the organisation.

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