Leading light of project management in Northern Ireland becomes APM Honorary Fellow
Posted by APM on 17th Oct 2011
Mike Browne, APM member for over 20 years, founding chair of the Northern Ireland Branch, and committee member since its launch, has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Association for Project Management.
Mike is the director for the Centre for International Project Management, University of Ulster, School of the Built Environment - rated as one of the top three such schools in the UK - and course director for the Masters Programme in Construction and Project Management. He is a graduate of the University of Salford, University College London and Henley Management College.
Mike was chairman of the Northern Ireland Branch at its inception and remains a committee member. Previously he served on the APM Council and APM Branch Steering Group and is an IPMA Awards Assessor and a PRINCE2 Project Management practitioner.
Mike has made a significant and sustained contribution to project management nationally and internationally, has travelled the world as both lecturer and consultant and undertaken project and programme management assignments across the public and private sector.
Mike is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building and was awarded fellowship of APM in 1995. He will receive his Honorary fellowship at the APM Project Management Awards on 20th October 2011 at the Brewery, London.
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