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Your future career

Professional Studies Oct2016

 

 

The Centre for Professional Studies holds a 100% record for employment for UK/EU students with the vast majority becoming project managers in varying sectors. The Centre’s overseas students have enjoyed similar success with positions across a diverse range of industries including banking, automotive industries, mining, oil and gas and many others.

Graduates of our Project Management courses have pursued – and been successful in – careers across a range of industries. The nature of the role gives you the flexibility to oversee the completion of a project in any sector or industry. Roles in Project Management can vary and are not limited to professionals who oversee the completion of a project.

Our alumni have successfully entered into a wide range of professions and several industries, making substantial contributions to multidisciplinary project teams and the financing, execution and delivery of projects. This has helped them progress through the organisation and into senior management positions of the firm or change career paths. Some industries you could go into include: 

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Software, Wireless and Internet based ventures
  • Information Technology
  • Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare
  • Agriculture and Food Industry and Distribution
  • Oil, Gas and Alternative Energy Industries
  • Finance and International Banking
  • International Project Finance
  • Manufacturing, Heavy Engineering and Aerospace
  • Construction, Mining and Mineral Processing
  • Automotive
  • Government Departments
  • International Organisations such as NGOs, aid agencies, UN, EU, APEC
  • Consultancy
  • Film Production
  • TV Production
  • Music industry
  • Social Media
  
 
 
 

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