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Project management is recognised as a highly valued discipline in its own right. Organisations have come to rely on specialist project managers, with excellent practical skills and theoretical knowledge, to plan and deliver projects on time, within budget and to specifications.
UniSA project management qualifications are endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
If you are a professional looking to move into a project management role, or if you are looking to build a career in project management, this course of study is ideal. It has been designed to align strongly with the current needs of industry.
Our lecturers and tutors come from both academia and industry. They are successful project management experts, with mature knowledge and skills.
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to network, exchange ideas and share experiences with practising project managers as well as other professionals.
UniSA’s project management qualifications are endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), the longest-serving body for project management in Australia. With over 10,000 members they are recognised by Australian business, industry and government as the key promoter, developer and leader in project management professionalism.
With qualifications in project management, you’ll be well qualified to apply for roles such as project manager, project officer or project consultant. These professionals are employed in diverse areas such as:
We are a globally connected university; our staff and students come from over 90 countries. We have more than 2,500 industry and professional relationships that support student internships, research and community engagement.
UniSA also has extensive research strengths and partnerships that provide a strong foundation for all our degree programs.
In the renowned Natural and Built Environments Research Centre (NBERC), our academics and researchers have diverse research backgrounds and complementary expertise in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Environmental Science, Geospatial Science, Project Management, and Water and Wastewater Engineering. A key aim of the centre is resolving real-world, multidisciplinary problems and the challenges of industry, government and the community, at both national and international levels.
The Barbara Hardy Institute has world-leading scientists, engineers and social scientists working collaboratively towards the widespread adoption of sustainable principles and environmentally correct practices. Simply put, they do great research into sustainability.
Master of Project Management student Shan Bala discusses his experience of studying at the University of South Australia.
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