MSc Construction Project Management

Reg. No. 252849
Introduction
This master programme is awarded by University of Central Lancashire and aims to develop students’ skills in managing construction project.
Professional Qualification

This programme is accredited by Chartered Institute of Building, UK (CIOB) and Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE). Graduates who fulfil specified education and professional development requirements are eligible to apply for Membership of CIOB and CABE. 

 

Contents

This programme seeks to develop the skills of postgraduate managers and engineers in the following areas: 

  • Enable graduates in management and engineering disciplines to develop their project management skills. 
  • Focus upon project planning and control methods within the construction project management process.
  • Extend knowledge of innovative tools, techniques and methodologies in the resolution of complex problems. 
  • Develop personal, interpersonal and project-personnel skills. 
  • Provide the opportunity for students to complete a range of modules that are relevant to their working environment and general interest in the context of international project management.
  • Develop the student's research methods and applications. 

The course comprises a total of nine modules include a triple dissertation module which is the final phase of study and promotes philosophical approaches to research and investigation. You can select your own research focus for the dissertation and this commonly relates to topic areas that are both of personal interest and helpful for career development. 

Year 1 

  • Health and Safety Management 
  • Project Team and Leadership Development 
  • Strategic Project Management 
  • Project Planning, Control and Analysis 
  • Risk and Value Management
  • Advanced Construction Technology 

Year 2 

  • Master's Dissertation (triple module) 

Course content is subject to review and changes without prior notice. 

Mode of Study

Part Time

Teaching Mode

Face to face (Classes may need to conducted via online platform depending on epidemic for the sake of students’ safety)

Commencement of Study

Every September, January and May

Entry Requirements
  • Applicants should either have at least a bachelor's degree in building construction related discipline with evidence of industry experience or have equivalent experience or training, normally from within the work environment. The previous degree should have been completed with the teaching media in English.
  • Any applicants not meeting the standard entry requirements will be considered via the University recognition of prior learning (RPL) process.

Total $92,400 (in 4 installments)

Administration Fee: HK$1,500 (Upon 1st instalment) 

Assistance

Extended Non-means-tested Loan Scheme

For the details of Government Financial Assistance and Subsidy

HKCT Alumni Fee Reduction

  • HKCT former student who has completed a one year programme or above is eligible.
  • 5% of total tuition fee reduction (max $1,000) will be made in the last instalment of tuition fee payment.

Tel: 2276 8514 / 2926 1222

Email: cie@hkct.edu.hk

It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.
This programme is operated by Hong Kong College of Technology International Limited.
Tuition fees and government subsidies will be reviewed and adjusted annually on various factors. All tuition fees are subject to the final approval from the Education Bureau.
Hong Kong College of Technology International Limited reserves the right of cancellation of programme and granting offer without prior notice.
This programme is awarded by University of Central Lancashire, UK.