How to become a project manager
Pathways to this career
- Study a recognised project management degree.
- Advance your skills as a project manager through additional higher education, such as a postgraduate degree in project or business management.
- See if the project management world is for you while you study. Volunteer, apply for internships to gain experience or ask to shadow someone you respect. You'll get a better understanding of project management on-the-job, right down to the tight deadlines.
What does a project manager do?
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Discover related subjects
- Graduate Diploma in Project Management
- Graduate Certificate in Project Management
- Master of Urban and Regional Planning
- Master of Science (Project Management)
- Graduate Diploma in Environment and Climate Emergency
- Master of Architecture
- Master of Environment and Climate Emergency
- Graduate Certificate in Environment and Climate Emergency
- Postgraduate Single Subjects
- Graduate Certificate in Professional Practice
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