Eligibility & Fee


MBA in Project Management
Regular Fee35% Fee Scholarship
Valid till July 20th
Semester-I Fee£ 1,600£ 1,040
Semester-II Fee£ 1,600£ 1,040
Semester-III Fee£ 1,600£ 1,040
Semester-IV Fee£ 1,600£ 1,040
Full MBA Fee (in Installments)£ 6,400£ 4,160
Full MBA Fee
(if paid at once)
£ 5,750£ 3,750


  • Two years unlimited access to online study resources

  • Interactive lectures, explaining complete MBA curriculum

  • Comprehensive study e-manuals covering complete MBA curriculum

  • 24/7 academic support by project management scholars

  • Access to Project Management e-Library

  • 26 practice examinations as assignments

  • Free examination attempt for each course

  • Free CPM and CPME certifications on completion of Semester-I

  • Free MDPM diploma on completion of Semester-II


Before enrolling, make sure that:

  • You possess a bachelors degree or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution

  • You have working knowledge of English.

Eligible candidates can proceed to



  • Applicants who already hold MBA degree from a recognized institution, may get exemption on MBA Semester-III & IV.

  • Applicants who hold other Masters Degree, may receive exemption on particular subject that they have studied.

MBA Curriculum



  • Project Management Framework
  • Program and Project Portfolio Management
  • Project Management Office
  • Project Management Frameworks
  • Project Management Standards & Methodologies
  • Project Life Cycle and Processes
  • Project Management Process Groups
  • Project Management Knowledge Areas.
  • Project Initiation
  • Project Charter & Stakeholders Process
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Human Resource Management.
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Project Stakeholder Management
  • Project Communications Management.
  • Agile life cycle and Frameworks
  • Using Agile with Waterfall, Lean, Scrum and XP
  • Agile Planning, Monitoring & Adopting
  • Agile Estimation Techniques & Product Quality
  • Agile Analysis and Design
  • Project Communication & Collaboration
  • Agile Risk Management
  • Agile Metrics & Value Stream Analysis
  • Agile PMO and Brainstorming Techniques
  • Building Agile Team.
  • Planning and Creating Projects
  • Identifying Work and Building Schedule
  • Building Project Team
  • Assigning Resources
  • Project Budgeting and Fine-Tuning Plans
  • Evaluating and Correcting Project Performance
  • Managing Change
  • Managing Multiple Projects
  • Linking and Embedding
  • Using Project-Info and Macros.


  • Program Management Professional PMI-PgMP
  • Introduction of Program Management
  • Managing Large Projects As Programs
  • Program Management Performance Domains
  • Program Life Cycle and Phases
  • Program Strategy Alignment
  • Program Analysis, Planning and Management
  • Program Governance
  • Program Management Processes
  • Managing Cost, Quality, HR and Communications
  • Risk Planning, Monitoring and Control.
  • Portfolio Management PMI-PfMP
  • Process Groups and Knowledge Areas
  • Portfolio Strategic Management
  • Developing Portfolio Charter and Roadmap
  • Managing Strategic Change
  • Portfolio Governance Management
  • Portfolio Performance Management
  • Managing Supply and Demand
  • Portfolio Communication Management
  • Portfolio Risk Management.

Students must develop a real-world project management plan at the end of the course. Their Project management abilities, as well as problem-solving skills are tested. Experience of working on a real-world project plan creates an excellent impression in their CVs and provide opportunities for better jobs and careers. Student may choose from several areas of interest, such as software, construction, IT, etc. The following are the main components of the project plan:

  • Prepare WBS, Gantt Chart & Network Diagram
  • Make Project Teams and RBS
  • Work with Resource and Fixed Costs
  • Risk Management, Budget Planning & Change Management
  • Prepare communication, quality and procurement plans.



  • Management Science Theory and Practice
  • External Environment, Social Responsibility & Ethics
  • Essentials of Planning and Managing By Objectives
  • Effective Organization & Organization Culture
  • Coping With Change
  • Performance Appraisal & Career Strategy
  • Managing Change through Manager & Organization Development
  • Motivation, Leadership and Communication
  • System, Process of Controlling and Control Techniques
  • Productivity, Operations Management & Total Quality Management
  • Changing Practice of Management.
  • Introduction to Management Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting & the Business Organization
  • Activity Cost Behavior
  • Activity-Based Costing
  • Job-Order Costing
  • Process Costing
  • Support-Department Cost Allocation
  • Activity- and Strategic-Based Responsibility Accounting
  • Flexible Budgets & Variance Analysis
  • Standard Costing A Managerial Control Tool
  • Functional & Activity-Based Budgeting.
  • Introduction of Banking
  • Banker and Customer
  • Retail Banking & Its Functions
  • Clearing: Types, Operations, EFTs & SWIFT.
  • Central Bank
  • Monetary Policy
  • Consumers and Retail Loans
  • Mutual Funds
  • Financial Markets
  • Legal Protection to Banking Transactions and Payment Modes
  • Accounting for Banks and e-Banking
  • Managing and Pricing Deposit Services
  • Anti-Money Laundering.


  • Evolution of Human Resource Management
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Human Resource Planning in a Changing Environment
  • Equal Employment Challenges
  • Job Analysis and Design
  • Recruitment
  • Employee Selection
  • Orientation and Placement
  • Training and Development
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Wages and Salaries
  • Benefits and Services
  • Security, Safety and Health
  • Industrial Conflict and Negotiation
  • Employee Communication
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Ethical Issues in HR Management
  • Marketing in the 21st Century
  • Developing Marketing Strategies & Plans
  • Gathering Information & Measuring Market Demand
  • Analyzing Consumer Markets & Buyer Behavior
  • Identifying Market Segments and Selecting Target
  • Building Strong Brands
  • Managing Products for Business Markets
  • Managing Innovation and New Industrial Product Development
  • Pricing Strategy for Business Markets
  • Managing Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Managing the Total Marketing Effort
  • Controlling Business Marketing Strategies
  • What Is Organizational Behavior?
  • Foundations of Individual Behavior
  • Values, Attitudes, Personality and Perception
  • Emotions and Moods
  • Motivation from Concept to Applications
  • Foundations of Group Behavior
  • Understanding Work Teams
  • Decision Making and Leadership
  • Culturally Diverse Groups
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Managing Stress and Employee Job Satisfaction
  • Management of Global Organization
  • Managing Organizational Change and Development


AIMS is a registered organization with the UKRLP and has received accreditation from CPD in the United Kingdom. The online Project Management MBA program follows the guidelines set by the Ofqual Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) for Level-7 Masters Degree. By acquiring the degree, individuals have the opportunity to gain academic PDUs and receive training for various professional certifications offered by PMI, including PMP, PMI-ACP, PgMP, and PfMP.

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