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Master in Project Management

  • Young Professional
  • Full Time - English
  • 60 ECTS
  • OCT. 2024 - 10 months
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This master's degree is taught in ENGLISH

The volatile landscape in which organizations operate nowadays, the technological challenges they face and the uncertainty of a global economy increasingly make Project Manager more crucial than ever before. 

Companies need professionals who know how to respond to this scenario, making decisions, resolving problems and minimizing risks. They manage all these aspects using the personal skills, critical thinking and capacity for leadership and negotiation that characterize an effective Project Manager. 

The Master in Project Management of EAE Business School Madrid equips you with all the knowledge and tools required to fulfil these needs, using a highly practical methodology and giving you access to all the resources of the Project Management Institute (PMI), as well as preparing you to become certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP)®, the most widely respected accreditation in this field at a global level. 

Get ready to train in one of the professional fields with the fastest growth in terms of employment. 


On successful completion of your program, you will receive a double qualification: Master in Project Management from EAE Business School and Master in Project Management from Universidad Internacional de la Empresa (UNIE) and Master in Project Management from EAE Business School.


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Reasons to take this master

in EAE Business School
  1. Professional certification: The Master prepares you to sit the examination to obtain certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP)®, the most widely respected accreditation in this field at an international level. 85% of our students manage to get this certification. 
  2. Quality accreditation: EAE Business School is a Registered Education Provider (REP) of the Project Management Institute (PMI). The Program follows the PMI’s PMBOK® v6 predictive methodology, ensuring that it has the maximum guarantee of quality. 
  3. Membership of the Project Management Institute (PMI): As a student, you can become a member of the PMI, access its resources and keep up with the latest developments in your professional field. 
  4. Latest generation software: The program incorporates the most advanced simulation, project management and risk analysis tools. 
  5. Prospects for the future: Data published by the Project Management Institute (PMI) reveal that, by 2027, employers will need almost 88 million people in roles related to Project Management. 
  6. True Potential Experience: Enjoy an experience that combines the Master in Project Management with a Personalized Professional Development Plan, guided by a True Potential Advisor, who will help you find, focus and develop your true potential.


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  • Strategic Project Management and the Company – 3 ECTS
    • Strategic framework of a project.
    • Culture, organizational styles and Project Management.
    • Project Management and the company.
    • Organizational change projects.
    • Project viability and profitability study.
    • Areas of knowledge in Project Management.
    • The project dashboard.
  • Project Management Framework of Reference – 3 ECTS
    • Project Management methodologies.
    • The global standard of the PMI’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge.
    • Concepts of Project, Project Management and Operations Management.
    • Project dimension theory.
    • Design or project engineering.
    • Classical Project Management or Meta-project.
    • The integration of engineering and Project Management: Modern Project Management. Sustainability.
    • Functions of integrated Project Management.
    • The roles of the Project Planner and Project Manager.
    • Project lifecycle and the impact of organization on projects.
    • Project Management processes and areas of knowledge.
    • Program and project portfolio management.
    • Practical aspects of the management and supervision of multiple projects and programs.
    • Lessons learned of efficient Project Management.

Project Financing – 3 ECTS

  • Financial planning of projects
  • Economic management of projects: evaluation and selection
  • What is Project Finance?
  • Why use Project Finance?
  • Project Finance agents: Investors, providers and consultants
  • Financial institutions and Project Finance. Financing conditions
  • Phases of Project Finance
  • Financial model
  • Valuation ratios and projects coverage. The loan agreement
  • Viability: Project risks

Program and Project Portfolio Management– 3 ECTS

  • Change and its management
  • Projects, programs and portfolios
  • The Project Management Office (PMO)
  • Project-oriented organization
  • Change in a project-oriented organization and its management
  • Critical success factors
  • Change management at a portfolio level
  • Change management at a program level
  • Change management at a project level
  • The cultural revolution of ICTs
  • Digital transformation in PMOs
  • Creation of a Project Office integrating Demand, Portfolio, Program and Project Management
  • Case studies

  • Scope and Time Management – 3 ECTS
    • What is the scope management of a project?
    • Compiling the requirements
    • Defining the project scope
    • Creating a work breakdown structure
    • Verifying and controlling the project scope
    • Defining the project activities
    • Determining the sequence of project activities
    • Estimating the duration of each activity
    • Timeline, critical path and critical chain
    • Monitoring and controlling the project timeline
  • Cost management - 3 ECTS
    • Foundations and planning of cost management
    • IT tools for deadline management
    • Cost estimation and drafting the budget
    • Monitoring and controlling costs
    • Key factors that can cause cost management to fail

  • Quality Management - 3 ECTS
    • Introduction to quality. Quality regulations applicable to projects
    • Product and/or service quality. The project quality plan
    • Tools for improving process quality
    • Quality planning and costs of project quality
    • Error prevention: The importance of error-free project design
  • Risk Management – 3 ECTS
    • Concepts of risk and types of basic risks
    • Project risk management methodology of the Project Management Institute
    • The team required for risk management
    • Time period required for risk management
    • Cost of risk management
    • Key risk identification techniques
    • Key qualitative techniques of risk analysis
    • Quantitative techniques of risk analysis
    • Estimation

The Human Factor: Team and Project Management – 3 ECTS

  • The key project participants.
  • The human dimension of Project Management.
  • Human Resources planning.
  • Recruitment and selection of the project teams.
  • Competency management in autonomous project teams.
  • Target-based project management.
  • Power in project teams.
  • Leadership in project teams.
  • Management and supervision of the project team.
  • Project companies and their organization

The Project Manager: Competencies, Ethics and Social Responsibility - 3 ECTS

  • Personal competencies: Executive skills and management techniques of the Project Manager.
  • The Project Manager’s toolbox.
  • Social and environmental responsibility.
  • Professional ethics.

Procurement and Acquisition Planning - 3 ECTS

  • Legal aspects of Project Management.
  • Market, economic operators and contracting.
  • General aspects of modern business contracting.
  • Regulation of private contracts.
  • Industrial property and trade secrets.
  • Types of contract.
  • Public procurement.
  • Grievances.
  • Disputes and arbitration. Interpreting contracts. Contractual clauses of particular importance. Conflict resolution methods.
  • Project procurement planning.
  • Acquisition planning. Contractual strategies and legal agreements.
  • The right of free competition in the face of new commercial structures and practices.

Contract and Acquisition Administration - 3 ECTS

  • Importance of the role of Contract Administrator: Functions and responsibilities.
  • Interaction with the Project Managers.
  • Principles of contract administration.
  • The best contract administration practices.
  • Tools for contract administration.
  • Client-contractor relations. Contract negotiation strategies.
  • Document control. Preparing the contract documents.
  • Change management and grievances.
  • Subcontracting and procurement management.
  • The project execution and control process.
  • Reports and audits.
  • Acquisition management

  • Communication Management - 3 ECTS
    • What is project communication management?
    • Project stakeholder management
    • Project communications planning
    • Compiling, preparing and disseminating the project information
    • Work plan
  • Sales Management - 3 ECTS
    • Introduction: The project as a sales object
    • The project sales process: Strategic aspects
    • The project sales process: Tactical aspects
    • Drafting and presenting bids
    • Tenders

  • Choose the courses you want to take that broaden your range of future career options – 6 ECTS

  • Internships in a company - 6 ECTS

  • Thesis – 6 ECTS


Minors are elective courses that enable you to personalize your Master and build a study program tht has the scope for new disciplines aligned with your profesional interest and goals. They act as real communication links that enable you to explore other areas of knowledge and connect them to yours. Minors multiply your opportunities for networking and expand your professional horizons. The range of Minors on offer varies depending on the intake and campus.

Choose between:

  • Application of AI in Business
  • Stategy and Data Analytics
  • Fintech: Technology for Finance
  • Marketing automation and marketing intelligence
  • Neuromarketing
  • Digital Marketing
  • Sales management Innovation
  • Sustainability: Strategies and Opportunities
  • Scalling Up: Strategies for business growth management
  • Project management techniques
  • Corporate Wellbeing: Leading Wellbeing Strategies
  • Business Agility
  • Leadership: Team development techniques


Explore new areas of knowledge and boost your employability by acquiring the competencies in the highest demand.

3 Territories to conquer

1. Project Management

Training Project Managers who enhance the overall quality of the projects executed, taking into account the profitability, technical efficiency and exposure to risk. 

2. Strategic Management

Identifying the key strategic factors in each project and the having the vision to integrate them within the overall strategy of the organization. 

3. Budget efficiency

Knowing, selecting and effectively using the tools required for the budgetary management of a project. 



Daniel Esguevillas

Daniel Esguevillas

Director of the Master's Degree in Project Management. PhD in Advanced Projects from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM), with research at the University of California and University College London, and Executive MBA in Digital Innovation from EOI Business School with training programme in Silicon Valley.

Professional prospects and entry profile

  • What you study here and now has an impact on your working life tomorrow. Start imagining your future, take a look at the career opportunities that are waiting for you. 

    • Project Manager 
    • Risk Manager  
    • Quality Manager 
    • R&D&I Director 
    • Chief Operating Officer (COO) 
    • Project and business continuity manager
  • In order to be admitted to the master's degree, you must hold a bachelor's degree or an engineering, bachelor's degree, architecture, diploma, technical engineering or technical architecture degree from the previous study system.  

    The master's degree is preferably aimed at graduates, graduates and diploma holders:  

    If you wish to access the master's degree with a previous degree other than those indicated or if you have not taken official master's degree programs that include the fundamentals of these degrees, you must take complementary training courses in order to reach the required level of knowledge in basic and specific subjects of the master's degree. These complementary courses are compulsory and must be taken before the start of the master's program.  

    • Economics  
    • Business Administration and Management  
    • Marketing, Advertising  
    • Engineering  
    • Statistics 
    • Mathematics 


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