Project Management [Level 7]

2500,00 £


Students enrolled in the advanced entry level 7 diploma in project management program receive 120 of the 180 credits required for a complete MBA. Six written assignments and six interactive modules totaling around forty hours of supervised study make up this course. Each module comes with optional materials that can be used for an additional 30 to 50 study hours. These resources include of recommended readings, suggested assignments, online sources, and self-assessment activities. You will also have access to a number of other assistance resources, such as tuition, around-the-clock.

After earning your level 7 qualification, you can apply to several UK universities for an online or on-campus MBA top-up programme. The top-up portion is often composed of the last 60 credits of a dissertation or a dissertation plus one module.



About our Course

The advanced entry level 7 diploma in project management is an MBA program that gives students 120 of the 180 credits needed to acquire a full MBA. The course consists of six written assignments and six interactive modules, each of which has about forty hours of guided study. An extra 30 to 50 study hours of optional materials are included with each module. These materials include suggested readings, suggested tasks, Internet resources, and self-testing exercises. In addition, a range of other support mechanisms, including tuition, will be available to you around-the-clock.

You can apply to a number of UK universities for an online or on-campus MBA top-up course after obtaining your level 7 qualification. The final 60 credits of a dissertation or a dissertation plus one module often make up the top-up section.

This course is eligible for ELCAS funding.

To enrol onto the level 7 programme, you must be either a university graduate who is over 22 years old, or a non-university graduate over 24 year old, and with at least five years of managerial experience.


Qualification Numbers: Qualifi Level 7 Diploma in Project Management – 610/1342/0

Course Content

Leadership and professional development

This module’s main goal is to introduce students to the complex world of leadership and the development of personal leadership. It centers on fostering critical introspection as a means of promoting self-directed personal development. This entails going deeply into one’s own experiences in order to draw insightful conclusions and communicate them clearly. The primary focus is on encouraging self-reflection on one’s own leadership potential through a variety of specially designed tasks that assess each learner’s unique style, approach, leadership path, and developmental needs.

Planning, controlling and leading a project

In this subject, learners will be exposed to the reality of project development and management. It will also instruct students on the difficulties of managing projects in a global corporate environment. Its goal is to encourage critical thinking about project management as complex, cultural systems that are constructed on procedures that are always evolving due to the efforts of extremely productive teams. Understanding effective project management is essential as more and more businesses get involved in the development and administration of projects. The duties and obligations of project team members will be taught to the students. Monitoring, control, and success factors will be the main subjects of study for various degrees of managerial competency.

Operations and information management for project managers

The goal of the Operations and Information Management for Project Managers class is to help students gain a thorough understanding of information systems and operations in project management. Since they constitute the basis for well-informed decision-making and efficient procedures, operations and information management are essential to the success of projects. The goal of operations management is to reduce costs and maximize output, services, and resource allocation by managing people, processes, and technologies. On the other hand, information management focuses on gathering, preserving, analyzing, and sharing data in order to facilitate clear communication between teams and make informed decisions. These disciplines play a critical role in optimising resource utilisation, reducing risks, optimizing workflows, and guaranteeing effective project and overall company operations outcomes. The impact of modern elements on the relationships between functional sectors will be examined in this unit.

Principles of project management

The goal of the project management unit’s principle is to instill the fundamental ideas necessary to produce successful project outcomes. Students understand the value of the project lifecycle and how it helps them move through project milestones. They examine a range of well-established and cutting-edge techniques for project planning, execution, and control, examining instruments such as risk assessment, change management, stakeholder management, time and cost control, and reflective practices. stressing the essential ideas of communication management, scope, time, cost, quality, and risk.

Operations and global supply chain management

For firms to maintain long-term profitability, promote performance excellence, and gain a competitive edge, operations and supply chain management are essential. This field includes an in-depth analysis of strategy and operations management, empowering managers to plan, direct, and supervise the provision of goods and services. It places a strong emphasis on creating reliable supply and distribution networks, effective procedures, and the integration of technology, people, and resources. By utilizing operations methodologies and procedures, organizations can attain top-tier performance through quality assurance, continuous improvement, and evidence-based decision-making.

Managing risk, uncertainty and complexity in projects

The complete curriculum “Managing Risk, Uncertainty, and Complexity in Projects” is made to give professionals the skills they need to manage projects effectively in difficult situations. This course provides a comprehensive examination of theoretical frameworks and useful techniques for risk mitigation in projects of various sizes and complexity.


The Qualifi level 7 diploma in Project Management course has 6 written assignments. The assignments are approximately 2,000-3,000 words each. Students are provided support on the modules and assignments via the ‘Tutor’ section of the learning platform.

The assignment unit titles for the level 7 course are:

  1. Leadership and professional development
  2. Planning, controlling and leading a project
  3. Operations and information management for project managers
  4. Principles of project management
  5. Operations and global supply chain management
  6. Managing risk, uncertainty and complexity in projects

What is included in the cost of our course?

  • All course material, including online modules and written assignments
  • Personal tutor support with 1-2-1 Zoom sessions
  • committed student assistance
  • Having access to a social learning forum online
  • Assignment evaluation and comments
  • Get FREE access to our HUB

Career Path

After completing the level 7 project management diploma program successfully and the last year of an accredited postgraduate degree program, graduates will have the knowledge and abilities to lead complex projects, making them valuable assets in a variety of industries. Graduates can anticipate bright career opportunities. Opportunities for employment include positions as project managers, where candidates can highlight their aptitude for risk analysis, effective resource management, and stakeholder communication. Additionally, the diploma increases one’s chances of progressing in their profession and opens doors to executive and strategic positions in the project management industry. All things considered, this certification paves the way for a fruitful and prosperous career in project management.

University Progression

On completion of this course students have the opportunity to complete an MBA programme from a range of UK universities. The top up programme can be studied online or on campus. The MBA top up comprises the final 60 credits which consists of either a dissertation or a dissertation and one module.

MBA Business Administration – £3,250

Anglia Ruskin University

MBA (Top-Up) – £5,200

University of Bolton

MBA Business Administration – £3,500

University of Sunderland

MBA Business Administration – £5,145 (campus)

Westcliff University

Master of Business Administration – £10,700 (online) / £11,120 (campus)

Northampton University

Executive MBA– £3,500
MA in Human Resource Management – £2,200
Executive Master of Business Administration – £3,690

University of Derby

Top up to MBA – (partial exemption)