29 June, 2022 | Posted by Colm McDonnell

What Does an MSc in Facilities & Workplace Management Qualify You to do?

With an MSc in Facilities & Workplace Management degree, the avenues of opportunity for career progression that will open up will be substantial. What you will learn from expert tutors and experienced industry professionals will only add to your repertoire of skills and talents as they pertain to facilities and workplace management.

You will further develop skills such as critically analysing and problem-solving in the context of strategic decision-making. This will qualify you to make tough decisions that will ultimately impact the outcome of strategic initiatives that you are a part of.

You will learn about project management in the workplace. You will learn how to be a leader and drive other people on. You will be able to work in managerial roles where you will be adhering to targets set for you by your superiors, but also set targets for those that you are in charge of. You will be qualified to lead a team to deliver projects in a timely, efficient, and effective manner.

You will study the fundamentals of economic, social, and governance (ESG) and the significant role that sustainability now plays in the facilities and workplace management industry. You will be qualified to set, build towards, and meet sustainable goals. You will be able to effect change within your own organisation and ensure that it is meeting sustainable targets at local, national, and global levels.

Ultimately, the MSc in Facilities & Workplace Management will enhance your understanding of FM across multiple different areas and put you in the strongest position to achieve the career you want.

If this course sounds like it is something of interest to you, you can find out more about our MSc (Hons) in Facilities & Workplace Management, you can visit the course page here.

Get in contact

If you are interested in any of our Facilities Management degrees or courses, you can check out our department page here.

You can book a one-to-one, free consultation call with our expert FM advisor Brandon McLean here, email brandon.mclean@portobelloinstitute.com or call 01 892 0035. 

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