About the program

The Master of Project Management program provides a comprehensive business-ready foundation that will equip students from any background with the knowledge required to develop a career and expertise in project management. The Master of Project Management features four distinct study themes including strategy, sustainability, managing complex problems and teams, and virtual teams and global working. The curriculum addresses a range of topics including conflict resolution, effective integrated planning, management, market performance, portfolio management, public and private sector investment and risk identification. External speakers from leading investment banks, credit agencies and portfolio fund managers contribute to case studies and workshops.

Today, project management skills are in high demand in almost every commercial sector. Professionals hold careers at all levels in fields such as construction, finance, health care and related industries, information technology, government and property development.

This degree will provide you with the ability to progress into a wide range of career pathways in project management, in all areas of industry, government and the not-for-profit sector. Opportunities include architecture, construction, facilities management, IT and property, with skills also applicable to related sectors such as civil engineering and mining. You will be equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of sustainable practices, and will be able to seek work anywhere in Australia or around the world.

Professional accreditation

Graduates of this degree are internationally recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS and the Project Management Institute (PMI). They are also nationally accredited by the Australian Institute of Project Management.

View the Master of Project Management - Program Structure and Sequencing

The structure of the Master of Project Management is based on theoretical and practical subjects. This program is designed in close consultation with prominent industry professional boards to ensure the integrity and contemporary relevance of the degree.

This program enables graduates to exit after four subjects with a graduate certificate, after eight subjects with a graduate diploma or complete all subjects for a master’s degree.

Graduate Certificate in Project Management (4)

Graduate Diploma in Project Management (8)

Master of Project Management (11 subjects)

To complete a Master of Project Management, you must complete all of the following subjects: 

Academic entry requirements

Completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework Level 7 Bachelor degree at an approved institution.

Students should be aware that articulation from the Graduate Certificate in Project Management and Graduate Diploma in Project Management into the Master of Project Management requires attainment of a minimum cumulative percentage average of 65% at each articulation point.

Please contact the Office of Future Students for further information.

English language proficiency requirements

As tuition is delivered in English, all students will be required to provide documented evidence of the required level of proficiency in the English language. Read more detailed information on English Language Proficiency Requirements for university study.

Credit for prior study

Subject credits may be awarded for previous studies. To apply for credits, you will need to submit academic transcripts including detailed subject outlines/course descriptions for each relevant subject and/or certified copies of testamurs to the Office of Future Students. Please refer to how to apply for credit for more information

Key dates

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How to apply

In order to apply for study at Bond University, you will need to complete the Online Application Form. To find out more about the application process please refer to How to Apply.

According to Tim Tews, Master of Project Management/Master of Business Administration

Does a trip like this help cement what you’ve learnt in Project Management? How so?

I am convinced that the Dubai Study Tour helped me gain a better understanding of the various aspects of project management. Talking to people who have been managing projects for years and being able to learn from their experience is an infinitely valuable experience that no textbook in the world can offer. 

It was an incredible experience to walk through Dubai with a critical eye and question why projects were being managed the way they were and discover what I could learn from these approaches. I thought about what I might have done differently and discussed these opinions with our hosts, professor, and other participants. This was one of the best ways to broaden my perspective on project management. Also, it was absorbing to see how the tools and techniques we learn during our lectures find application in the reality.  

What was the defining moment of the trip?

Our visit on Day 1 to the Executive Council of Dubai Government was for me the most defining moment of the trip in many ways.

First, we were finally there, our group of international students at a very different place far away from the lecture room. We did not exactly know what to expect, but we have been welcomed with a such a warm hospitality that continued during the entire trip. At this visit, we did not only learn about how Dubai manages its government projects but also how important and powerful a vision can be to achieve something outstanding. Furthermore, this visit changed a lot of my perceptions I had previous to this trip of the role of women in Dubai. Hasna was an excellent discussion partner and talking to her gave me the opportunity to gain so many valuable insights from her experience.

What was your biggest learning or takeaway from this trip (in relation to your degree)?

My biggest takeaway from this trip is that it’s important to understand the different tools and techniques existing in all the knowledge areas of project management. However, to make a project become  successful, it comes down to managing people. The management of people will influence a project's success in many ways. Forming the right project team, communicating and involving the stakeholders, delivering a vision not only to the project teams but also to the client. These are only a few examples of the possible influences. Furthermore, we discussed the importance of creating value. Often project management requires a lot of additional work in the eyes of others. However, it is our responsibility as future project managers to show the client and our team how the right management of projects and create additional and unique value.

*Pictured: Tim Tews whilst on the Project Management Study Tour in Dubai this year

Project Management Study Tour: Dubai 2016

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