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Project Management, Finance and Risk

This postgraduate Project Management, Finance and Risk programme is for those pursuing or planning a career in managing the introduction of capital goods or applying the latest project management techniques to complex projects. It is particularly suited to students with a scientific or financial engineering background as we cover quantitative risk assessment in depth, which requires an aptitude for measuring and analysing data.

MSc Project Management, Finance and Risk gives you a foundation in quantitative risk assessment and decision-making under uncertain conditions, coupled with classical engineering economics and financial engineering.

Consider the risks contained within a project such as the Euro Tunnel. Two governments sponsoring the project and nine billion pounds of finance ring-fenced through a special purpose company to complete it. Will it be finished on time and will it secure the revenues to service the debt? These are the kinds of questions we address on this programme.

MSc Project Management, Finance and Risk gives you a foundation in quantitative risk assessment and decision-making under uncertain conditions, coupled with classical engineering economics and financial engineering.

From analysing indecision within games theory to rebuilding a country's infrastructure, we explore the drivers in which businesses operate, and the challenges and opportunities that project managers face. Bringing in expertise from the Sir John Cass Business School, together with people from industry and the banking sector, we pool diverse skill sets to solve complex problems.

Entry requirements

Applicants should hold a minimum of a lower second class honours degree or the equivalent from an international institution in a subject with suitable scientific content. Applicants with other qualifications are also considered.

Other suitable qualifications

If you do not qualify for direct entry, you may wish to follow a Graduate Diploma pathway to the programme through one of our partners.

Course modules

Core modules:
Managing Risk and Uncertainty (20 credits);
Optimisation and Decision Making (20 credits);
The Project Lifecycle 20 credits);
Financial Engineering and Project Planning (20 credits);
Introductory mathematics (zero credits);
Dissertation (60 credits).

Elective modules include -
You will choose two elective modules:
Communication and Presentation (20 credits);
Perspectives on Management and Leadership (20 credits);
Supply Chain Management (20 credits);
Entrepreneurship, Innovations and Enterprise (20 credits);
Decision Sciences 1 - Complex Systems and Networks (20 credits).

Assessment methods

As well as lectures, you learn through tutorial support, guided private study, coordinating group activities, and coursework. Not every module has an exam and in some cases you will be assessed through a module project.

Sponsorship information

UK/EU applicants - Engineering Scholarships of £2,000;
International Student Scholarships of £2,000;
City, University of London Graduate Loyalty Discount of £2,500;
Please see our website for other scholarships, bursaries and prizes.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Fee locale Course duration
MSc Part-time September 2018 GBP 6,250 (Year 1) Home/EU 2 Years
MSc Full-time September 2018 GBP 16,500 (Whole course) International 1 Years
MSc Full-time September 2018 GBP 12,500 (Whole course) Home/EU 1 Years
MSc Part-time September 2018 GBP 8,250 (Year 1) International 2 Years

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