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Fast Facts

Auston Institute is a private school, founded in 1996, that has been preparing students for careers in Engineering and Project-Management.

People choose us for the personal-attention they receive and the positive student experience praised by many.

  • An internationally recognised degree with wide acceptance
  • A convenient and conducive teaching location
  • Flexible intakes in February/March, June/July or October/November
  • Accelerated study options

At Auston Institute, we engage more resident teaching faculty than visiting lecturers. This ensures that you will have access to the subject matter experts and your teachers when you need them.

University Partners
Here are the accredited University Partners we are working with:

  • De Montfort University, Leicester (DMU)
  • University of Wolverhampton (UOW)
  • University of the West of England (UWE)
Programmes Offered

Part-Time Courses
Choose from our variety of courses and university partners for the academic level that suits you.

Top-Up Degrees in Association with UWE
BSc (Hons) in Construction Project Management (Top-Up)

Top-Up Degrees in Association with DMU
BEng (Hons) in Mechatronics (Top-Up)
BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Top-Up)

Top-Up Degrees in Association with UOW
BEng (Hons) in Mechatronics (Top-Up)
BEng (Hons) in Electronics and Communications Engineering (Top-Up)

Postgraduate Courses

Master of Science in Programme and Project Management
Our MSc in Programme and Project Management is designed for those who wish to move into project management, either in their current technical and business field, or into a new field of expertise.

Participants on this course can have a very wide range of academic and work backgrounds. It is suitable for those with work experience as well as those with little or no background in business.

Upon programme completion, students in Msc in Programme and Project Management will be able to :

  • Apply project management systems, tools, and methodologies in a wide range of contexts involving extensive supply chains and gain maximum benefits realisation.
  • Work effectively within different types of team environments and manage and lead such teams in compliance with employment law.
  • Exercise leadership in the administration of project contracts to achieve budgetary, schedule, benefits and quality targets with appropriate dispute avoidance/resolution strategies.
  • Analyse risks and uncertainty affecting complex projects and programmes to arrive at sound decisions and judgements in the absence of complete data and communicate conclusions clearly and effectively to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the operation of major projects and programmes as temporary organisations and behaviour within such organisations and related competence in the design and implementation of organisation structures, strategies, systems and procedures for complex programmes not only across business sectors but also in the public sector.
  • Demonstrate competence to develop new knowledge and problem-solving competence through research and to take responsibility for and organise not only your own learning but also that of teams.

Master of Science Construction Project Management
The programme aims to develop understanding of the management functions required of and by organisations and projects in construction, including the full spectrum of the development process. This requires students to be able to comprehend and engage in case studies of the process., through which buildings and works of civil engineering are created and supported with building information modelling, and, in particular, analyse the environmental, economic, technical, and legal constraints of construction.

Upon programme completion, students in Master of Science Construction Project Management will be equipped to:

  • Justify solutions for those concerned with construction organisations and the procurement, design, production and maintenance of construction works;
  • Apply variance and unpredictability within projects and integrate work into the context of the wider economic, market and social environment in relation to professional practice;
  • Develop products and safe systems of work that protect the health and safety of those affected by the construction industry;
  • Demonstrate an awareness of sustainability and develop strategies to minimise the impact of the development process on the natural environment.

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