||Which institution will grant the award?
Upon successful completion of the Programme, a Master’s Degree (Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Award) will be awarded by the
University of Warwick.
||What is the structure of the MSc programme?
MSc in Programme and Project Management
- It comprises 6 core modules and 3 elective modules, plus an individual research project.
MSc in International Technology Management
- It comprises 5 modules from list A, 4 Modules from list B and list C (at least 1 from list C), plus an individual research project.
||What are the Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) and Postgraduate Award (PgA)?
The PgC and PgA are the intermediary qualifications that student can achieve
by successfully completing the required modules. Students can
apply for transferring to a full MSc registration after completion of a PgC / PgA.
(Note: to progress to the MSc, an average of at least 50% is required in the assignments)
||How long does the programme last?
Master's Degree: Full-time (1 Year): Part-time (2 - 3 Years)
Postgraduate Certificate (PgC): Part-time (1 - 1.5 Years)
Postgraduate Award (PgA): Part-time (0.5 - 1 Year)
||Am I allowed to attend modules in the UK or other countries?
A student may apply for attending up to 2 modules in the UK (or other WMG
centres in the Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, India and Cyprus) out of the 9 modules
without additional course fee; the “hosting” centre may charge other fees
(e.g. hospitality etc), about which student will be informed of when making a
booking. The student will be responsible for their own transportation and
accommodation. Cancellation charges may also apply.