Need to move your career forward while keeping up work commitments? Look no further than the University of Limerick’s MSc in Project and Programme Management which allows you to progress your professional career from technical specialist to project manager in your own time, with the help of state-of-the-art off-site learning. Progressing your career into a new field or onto a higher level always appears daunting when attempting to balance work along with family and other commitments; not-to-mention trying to maintain a healthy work and life balance in your day-to-day life. The MSc. in Project and Programme Management at the University of Limerick is tailor-made for busy professionals looking to broaden their management expertise through part-time study. The Masters programme is delivered fully online and can be taken over a two or three year period. The Centre for Project Management (CPM) at UL has been delivering specialist professional project management education for more than 20 years, responding to changes in best practice over that time and contributing to a number of areas in the field. As part of this, the MSc in Project and Programme Management is fully accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Centre for Project Management Education Programs (GAC). However, what many find most attractive about the programme is its innovative learning management environment – accessible 24/7 from anywhere in the world. The MSc in Project and Programme Management is suitable for those considering the move from technical specialist to project manager, and is hugely beneficial for anyone looking to progress professionally while maintaining current work commitments. Learners can start the programme in either autumn or spring, with applications being accepted for the term commencing spring 2016 from now until the start of the programme. For more information or to apply for the programme click here.