Project Management Courses

Boost your project management skills as you learn how to best manage people, teams, and budgets, and examine the latest trends in project management.

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Gain in-demand project management skills and expertise

When it comes to useful skills, project management is up there with the best of them.

In both your personal and professional life, project management training can help you with your planning, time-management, organisation, and leadership. That’s why project management courses are so popular.

The benefits of an online project management course Studying project management offers learners a host of benefits. In the professional world, it’s a highly sought-after skill.

The ability to plan, organise, and efficiently accomplish goals means project managers are always in demand, which means that a course or project management qualification can make your CV stand out from the crowd.

In your personal life, these skills can also help you manage budgets, delegate responsibilities, and manage your time. It’s a truly unique skill set that can be used across almost any industry or situation.

By studying an online project management course, you get access to a rich learning experience, while still having the flexibility to balance it around your work and life commitments. You can choose where and when you study, and complete a course or program over a few weeks or months.

Choosing the right project management course

There are a variety of skills that go into project management, meaning you’ll find various courses focusing on different areas.

If you’re a total newcomer to the field, there are several courses focusing on the fundamentals of project management. For those with an existing understanding, a course that goes beyond the basics can help develop your knowledge.

You can also focus on trends in the industry, such as how project management applies in the global construction industry.

Earn a project management certificate

Earn personalised project management certificates when you complete an online course on FutureLearn, complete with lead educator signatures, organisation logos and course details. Share your achievements with employers, on Linkedin, on your CV and more.

Types of project management qualifications

There are several options available when it comes to studying project management with FutureLearn.

If you’re looking for a shorter learning experience, one of our courses would be a good fit. For those seeking a more detailed learning experience, a microcredential or online degree might be a good choice.

Microcredentials can help upskill you, preparing you for work in growing industries or to gain further qualifications in the field. They give you academic credit towards either a degree or an independent certification.

A project management degree can help advance your career as a project leader, giving you a valuable and sought-after skill set.


What is project management?

A project manager is a person who’s responsible for managing a project or piece of work from concept through to delivery. They can work within any industry and must oversee all aspects of a project. Ultimately, their aim is to organise people and resources to meet the project goals on time and within budget.

Can I learn project management online?

Even though some aspects of project management take place in person, it’s easy to learn about management strategies on the web. Our project management courses are completely online and don’t require any in-person teaching, so you’re free to study whenever suits you. You can also learn from anywhere in the world, as long as you have access to a digital device.

Is it difficult to study project management?

If you’re a natural leader, highly organised, and an excellent problem solver, you shouldn’t have an issue grasping some of the more challenging concepts in project management. All of our project management courses are designed by world-class educators, and they will guide you on your journey learning how to lead projects successfully.

What are your top project management courses?

We have so many fantastic project management courses, whether you’re a beginner wanting to learn the Foundations of Project Management or you want to take it a step further with Project Management: Beyond the Basics. Alternatively, Getting Started with Agile and Design Thinking may suit you if you’re particularly passionate about product development.

However, we don’t only have short courses to offer. On our Project Management ExpertTrack by Coventry University, you can build your expertise over the course of 10 weeks. Additionally, you can earn an official project management certification on our PRINCE2® 6th Edition microcredential.

We even offer the opportunity to earn an accredited online Masters degree in project management with Anglia Ruskin University.

How can I be a successful project manager?

There are two main routes you can take on the road to becoming a project manager. While you can get specific qualifications and degrees in project management, you can also learn from experience managing projects and work up the career ladder.

Regardless of what suits you, our project management courses are a great opportunity to learn the basics and supplement your training in a flexible and accessible way.

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