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Kems Michael, MSc Construction Project Management (Online)
Postgraduate study has helped me by boosting my confidence.

More about Kems

What is your career background?

My career background is in construction and I am currently Site Manager at Berkeley St Edward.

Why did you decide to do postgraduate study?

Career prospects and expanding my knowledge.

What made you choose to study online as opposed to on campus?

The flexibility.

What do you enjoy most about your course?

The availability of course materials and that it is easy to reach teachers.

How does social interaction and networking play a part in the online course? What is it like studying with people from around the world?

It’s interesting to consider different perspectives of the industry, including construction, laws, health and safety and more.

How has the course benefited you and your career so far?

In term of confidence – 10/10.

In what ways has postgraduate study helped you to overcome challenges in your current role?

By boosting my confidence, allowing me to make decisions that I would not have made if I had not undertaken postgraduate study. It’s also opened more doors for career advancement.

What advice would you give to anyone considering applying for your online course?

Do it, you won’t look back. You also need determination and be willing to have open discussions with your peers.

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