APIC’s practical approach to project management means graduates gain valuable skills to become proficient problem-solvers in the booming industries all around the world. Our project management courses enhance your employability in a wide range of industries and career opportunities as well as your personal and professional growth.
Mining Project Manager, Construction Project Manager, Project Procurement Manager, Engineering Project Manager, Research & Development (R&D) Manager
Software/IT Project Manager, Engineering Project Manager, IT Project Manager, ICT Project Manager, Business Project Manager, Implementation Project Manager, Program Manager R&D Manager
Construction Project Manager, Architectural Project Manager, Insurance Claim Project Manager, Engineering Project Manager
Manufacturing Project Manager, Food and Beverage Project Manager, Hospitality Project Manager, Transition Manager, Business Project Manager
Healthcare Project Manager, Operation Manager, Business Development Manager, Clinical Project Manager, Project Lead
Business & Industry Focus – Real World Impact – Enhanced Employability
The MPMB course uses an Applied Research Methodology aimed at finding solutions for immediate problems facing society, industry, and business today. This approach means you can apply your learning through the MPMB to real world, specific issues. This methodology is favoured by industry experts and businesses. The knowledge and skills you will gain through applied research study are in demand by employers around the world.
Many other business and project management courses on the market offer a fundamental research methodology instead, which deals with the formulation of theories and outcomes of a more generalised nature. But, we want our graduates to have a real world impact and using an Applied Research Methodology gives you the best possible chance of future employment and career development.
Source: 2018 APIC Student Barometer
Learn project management essentials with a business focus in this fully accredited course aligned to industry demands
Become proficient in creative thinking and problem-solving
Gain in-demand, commercially-relevant skills and knowledge
Build valuable business networks
Enhance your employability
Accelerate your career with confidence
Reach your potential
Have a real world impact
Critical and design thinking
Theoretical and practical knowledge
Generate innovative solutions for industries
Project Planning, Design, Execution and Evaluation
Project and business leadership skills
Contemporary integrated approaches
Change management and innovation
Avg. 43 hrs / Fulltime
APIC recognises the need to facilitate continued opportunities for the pursuit of formal education through the recognition of previous learning. The Award of Credit Policy outlines the principles, procedures, and limits for recognition of a student’s prior learning (RPL) and experience through the awarding of credit towards an APIC award course.
Students study 12 units in total. Students can undertake this program in an intensive mode or spread over a longer period of time to accommodate both personal and professional needs. Intakes are 4 times per year. The course is designed for your flexibility so you can study intensively, take only one unit in a study period or skip some terms.
Applicants to the MPMB need to have successfully completed a Bachelor Degree or higher awarded by a recognised university or higher education institution, in any discipline. If you do not meet this entry requirement, you may be able to enrol in the Graduate Diploma of Project Management. Successful completion of the Graduate Diploma will make you eligible to progress to the MPMB.
Additionally, all applicants from a non-English speaking background applying to any postgraduate course at APIC must satisfy the additional English language requirements .
Masters Degrees (AQF Level 9)
Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates (AQF Level 8)
Applicants must have:
Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements for the Masters Degrees and who successfully complete a Graduate Diploma will be eligible to progress to a Masters Degree.
English language entry requirements
All applicants from a non-English speaking background applying to any postgraduate course at APIC must satisfy the following additional English language requirements:
Applicants who do not meet APIC’s English proficiency requirements can be made a conditional offer. This conditional offer requires the student to complete an approved intensive English language course and meet the required standard prior to commencing the APIC award course.
Yes, APIC is registered as an approved Higher Education Provider by Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency and APIC’s award courses are accredited by the same authority. APIC is formally registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). The degrees and awards conferred by APIC conform to the Australian Qualifications Framework. APIC Postgraduate Project Management courses are endorsed by The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
Pay Per Unit (Pay As You Go)
Most postgraduate programs at APIC are full fee-paying programs. However, you only pay for the postgraduate courses you take in the term that you attempt them, which means you don’t have to make an upfront financial commitment to the entire program.
If your studies are related to your current work activities, out-of-pocket course fees may also be tax-deductible. (Please check with your accountant) More information can be found on the Australian Taxation Office website.
APIC has partnered with Study Pay, a ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ solution that is tailored to the education industry and offers an interest-free loan that allows students to pay for their course over 12, 18 or 24 months. The process is fast, online and easy allowing students the peace of mind to concentrate on their studies rather than the financing of them. In order to apply for Study Loan please use the application form.
Study Pay is managed by Study Loans (Australian credit licence 498589) and offers a number of finance solutions to both students and educators. It is also a member of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority 45900.
Find out more about Study Loans: https://studyloans.com.au/
Phone: 1800 324 909
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If you prefer to split the cost across weekly payments, there is an option of weekly fixed instalments through direct debit.
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Asia Pacific International College (APIC) is a dynamic Australian Higher Education Institution offering undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses at three campuses (Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane) in Australia. APIC´s courses are accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), Australia’s independent national quality assurance and regulatory agency for higher education.
APIC Postgraduate Project Management courses are endorsed by Australia Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
Asia Pacific International College (APIC) is an Australian Higher Education Provider (HEP) registered by TEQSA to deliver its approved and accredited higher education courses to domestic and overseas students studying in Australia on student visas (CRICOS Provider Code 03048D). All courses delivered by APIC are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).