International Project Management

With demand for project management professionals in many regions exceeding supply and the number of globalised projects on the up; it's no wonder that construction, energy, and oil and gas industries are adopting a project management culture.

Why study international project management?

Choosing a postgraduate degree in international project management can help you step from one industry into another or progress your industry training to management level. Strong project management skills are key career strengths in any industry while previous industry experience can help identify the project management opportunities available to you. Here at Glasgow Caledonian University, your international project management qualification is supported by four industry-leading, accredited bodies. This gives you the advantage when it comes to securing projects across the globe in construction, energy and oil and gas industries.

Hamish McLauchlan

Current position: Development Manager, GMW Group

The GMW Group has a strong track record of building and managing projects for both public and private clients. MSc International Project Management graduate, Hamish is responsible for generating, growing and delivering development opportunities for the group. Before moving to Sydney, Hamish managed the delivery of several assets at Greenwich Peninsula based in London.

‌Geraldine Rutka

Current position: Methods Engineer, Vinci Construction

"I found the (MSc International Project Management) programme really interesting. The way to study was totally different and new for me. I liked the fact that I could organize my work as I wanted and I really appreciated the fact that there were always someone from the University available to answer my questions." Geraldine is a Methods Engineer for a French subsidiary of Vinci Construction, the 3rd biggest construction company in the world.

‌A‌ndrew Bates

Current position: Associate, Gardiner & Theobald

MSc International Project Management graduate, A‌ndrew is based in the South of France and splits his time between Sophia Antipolis and Paris. As Associate within Gardiner & Theobald, he provides cost and project management advice to clients in predominantly French speaking countries. Gardiner & Theobald is a leading firm of international cost and project managers employing almost 1,000 staff with over 160 years experience in the management of all types of construction.