Case study - University of Warwick
APM Academic Accreditation case study
The University of Warwick’s MSc in Programme and Project Management (PPM) received APM accreditation in May 2016. Delivered by one of the largest departments at Warwick, WMG, the degree course content aligns closely with the APM Body of Knowledge. The course offers its participants flexibility in terms of both content and delivery, ensuring it stays in step with real-world professional practice.
The existence of a Master’s degree in Programme and Project Management within a respected university such as Warwick benefits the profession as a whole, both in terms of reputational enhancement and knowledge creation. The University’s extensive links with industry ensure that this degree course is continuously refreshed and relevant to current professional practice.
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