The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management is one of the best places in the world to study project management.
Our postgraduate courses cover areas of key importance in the area of project delivery, and attract students, staff and guest speakers from all over the world. You won't find a more vibrant and rewarding place to study.
As part of The Bartlett, UCL's world-leading faculty of the built environment, we're plugged into an astonishing community of thinking, and can draw deeply on a full range of disciplines in our teaching.
Here, in the heart of London, we're just minutes away from world-class construction, engineering and project management firms, and there are projects of all sizes, from office buildings to Crossrail, on our doorstep. Many of our staff and visiting speakers have direct experience of the world's most ambitious and complex projects.
All of them are passionate about their subject and demand the same passion and ambition from the people they teach. In return, they can offer a quality of teaching that's second to none in its quality and relevance, opportunities to connect with networks of leaders in the field, and total commitment to your success, at UCL and beyond.
Our people go on to do great things. We hope you can join us.
MSc Construction Economics and Management equips graduates with the economics and management skills to analyse the problems which confront senior managers, policy advisers and decision-makers in any branch of the construction industry.
This MSc offers a unique educational programme for professionals looking to use cutting-edge techniques in the management of built assets.
MSc Infrastructure Investment and Finance is designed to develop multidisciplined infrastructure specialists required to realise the complex delivery of infrastructure.
Aimed at those wishing to establish a career or advance their role in project management, this MSc equips students with an understanding of cutting-edge thinking in the field.
This course explores the key strategic issues that project executives face, and proposes strategic responses through the management of projects.
With a highly multidisciplinary approach, our research students study the nature of activities such as innovation, learning, risk management, leadership, marketing and financing in projects and project-based enterprises.