David Ogunlana

David Ogunlana

United Kingdom

MA Applied Project Management (part-time)

I chose Northumbria University because it is an accredited business school and the London campus is a convenient location with the provision to study part-time outside of working hours.

My main reason for wanting to undertake a part-time master’s in Project Management is my strong aspiration to fill my knowledge gap via a Masters degree which would aid in my career advancement.

I’ve used the learning’s from the programme for continuous development and to widen my European project management responsibilities. The most useful aspect of the course was the positive engagement with people from diverse backgrounds and the flexibility to study part-time in a good accessible central location. The support from the staff and lecturers were exemplary.

The degree has given me the best of both worlds (theory and practice). I enjoyed some sessions more than others but all have attributed to my learning, development and productivity.

I advise anyone looking to study a Masters with Northumbria University London to come with an open mind. Be prepared to engage with the lecturers and your peers but most of all be willing to invest time in a lot of reading. The University inter library loan and SCONAL system are also very useful.

I’m excited about the future. This degree has given me the foundation to significantly expand my career options with my current employment.

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“The knowledge that I have gained through MA in Applied Project Management has been crucial and invaluable to my success.”

Fallon Mossdorf
MA in Applied Project Management (Part-Time)

Dates and fees
Dates and fees

Dates and fees

Find out when our next intakes are, fee information and the different payment plans that are available for our part-time students at the London Campus.

MSc  Project Management
MSc  Project Management

MSc Project Management

Find out more about our part-time MSc Project Management programme. This programme has start dates in January, May and September each year and is taught via 18 weekend classroom sessions spread throughout 2 years.

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