The chance to gain new skills and experience mid-career motivated Chanrithy San to begin postgraduate studies in project management.
I worked as a project consultant in my native Cambodia for eight years, and I chose to study a Master of Project Management because it would help me in my career. The program establishes strong, reciprocal connections between my professional experience and my areas of interest.
RMIT was my first choice because the program is designed to meet market demand. I’ve learnt project management concepts, principles and best practices, and have implemented project management strategies using real-world project-based examples.
The lecturers have extensive local and international experience, which means students can take advantage of that knowledge and apply it to their own studies.
The Master of Project Management is a program that helps students develop technical skills, leadership and knowledge so that they can run and lead complex projects with a range of stakeholders, time constraints and budgets once they graduate. The program also has professional recognition and accreditation from the Project Management Institute (PMI), and on completion of the degree students are eligible to apply for professional membership with the PMI.