This Specialized Management program is a one-year program offering a common core of General Management.The general management modules provide a foundation of skills.
In addition, this program delivers the French Government recognized Master’s degree in International Project Management – Certification registered at RNCP by decree of July 17, 2015, published in the Official Journal of July 25, 2015, issued by the Association ECEMA member of the College de Paris.
1 year, full time
23, Vincenzo Dimech Street, Floriana, Malta
End-block exam (case study)
RNCP Level 7
12000 euro * scholarship applicable
ECEMA member of the College de Paris, Lyon France
Higher Education Programme – French Government-recognized degree in Project Management
Design and implementation of an organization
Definition and management of an organization’s development strategy at local and/or global level
Management and control of teams and their operational processes
Securing the legal and financial issues of an organization
Bachelor’s degree or graduate degree in humanities, sciences, human resources, organisational behaviour, business, administration, management, communication, journalism, psychology, arts or a related field.
Minimum 180 ECTS at MQF Level 6 previously acquired at a Higher Education institution.
Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
Block 1 – 300 (Contact Hours : 60 | Self-Study : 229 | Supervised, Placement and Tutorials : 5 | Assessment : 6).
Block 2 – 150 (Contact Hours : 30 | Self-Study : 109 | Supervised, Placement and Tutorials : 5 | Assessment : 6).
Block 3 – 175 (Contact Hours : 35 | Self-Study : 129 | Supervised, Placement and Tutorials : 5 | Assessment : 6).
Block 4 – 875 (Contact Hours : 175 | Self-Study : 519 | Supervised, Placement and Tutorials : 175 | Assessment : 6).
a) Translate project goals and objectives into actionable tasks, milestones, deliverables and schedules.
b) Supervise and support the different members of the project team, to ensure cooperation and communication, and to ensure that they are aligned with deliverables and priorities.
c) Provide consultation advice on requirements such as purchasing and supplier selection.
d) Manage resources to ensure that they are used productively and represented financially by engaging in project tracking and project risk management.
e) Negotiate project costs.
f) Agree on and authorise changes in projects.
g) Assess and challenge the use of traditional management approaches in the management of project activity and embrace project management methodologies to resolve organisational challenges.
h) Appraise current project management software solutions.
i) Execute and monitor a project, including managing project resources, controlling project risk, and communicating with stakeholders.
j) Regulate projects from conception to completion through planning, managing, monitoring and reporting on the progress of the project.
k) Plan and initiate a project, including developing a project charter, defining project scope and creating a project schedule. Plan project tasks, work breakdown, and designing work code systems.
l) Design strategies that incorporate business canvas tools supporting the mission and vision of the project.
m) Spearhead and conduct project research, discovery, and planning (including HR planning), executing, and testing, measuring and iterating.
n) Predict and plan for project needs and take action to mitigate risks.
o) Provide consultation advice on project budgets and project baselines.
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