Our Project Management Degree Apprenticeships equips learners with the skills they need to deliver 21st Century projects of varying sizes, and facing multiple complexities.
This programme is designed for talented career entrants and those already working in industry, who wish to progress to more senior roles. Once completed, learners achieve a BA (Hons) Degree in Project Management and be eligible to become full members of Association for Project Management (APM), the chartered body for the project profession.
This programme is delivered over three years, with a compulsory end point assessment taking place in Year 4, after the university syllabus has been completed.
There is an emphasis on real-world challenges and workplace application throughout the programme. This means our teaching approach is focused on learner engagement in activities and tasks rather than formal lectures. Modules are delivered through block learning and apprentices submit assessments before beginning the next block of study.
Assessment methods reflect the varied nature of a Project Manager’s work and include report writing, presentations and project planning, as well as reflective assessments.
Here's an example of the types of modules that candidates can expect to study on this apprenticeship.
Module information is not available for this programme.
Learner’s have a personal tutor who will remain a source of advice and guidance throughout the apprenticeship. They’re also supported by module tutors and our friendly Student Helpzone staff, who are contactable by telephone, in person and online.
Employers are able to access our dedicated apprenticeship support team, who are here to ensure that businesses get the best from both you and the programme.
Learner’s are encouraged to actively engage and participate in local APM branch activities, including research, conferences and competitions.