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Faculty of Social Sciences

Sagicor Cave Hill School of Business and Management


Project Management with Specialisation in Monitoring and Evaluation

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About the Programme

Expand your career reach with an MSc. Project Management degree that specialises in monitoring and evaluation! As internationalisation expands competition, organisations must consistently monitor their performance for precision and efficiency in order to survive. In this programme, you will not only learn how to execute projects but you will develop in-depth knowledge of the tools and technologies to accurately monitor and measure their success. 

What Will I Study?

  • The effective planning, implementation, control and evaluation of projects
  • The project management cycle
  • Qualitative and quantitative research methods to assist with effective research design and measurement
  • Techniques for modelling, evaluating, designing and executing projects
  • Keys to negotiating and managing conflicts in order to achieve constructive outcomes
  • Tools for evaluating project progress and reporting outcomes
  • How to use evidence-based methods and technologies to evaluate and articulate project outcomes

Facilities and Resources

Textbook Package - Textbooks (printed or electronic) are provided for all registered students. The package fee is included in the programme cost, and students are allowed to keep all of the course materials on completion of the course of study.


Our Faculty conducts research in a wide-cross section of areas related to project management. Specialisations include strategic renewal, sustainable project management, monitoring and evaluation and cost analysis.

Career Opportunities

Career opportunities include:
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
  • Project Manager
  • Project Analyst
  • Operations Manager
  • IT Project Manager
  • Project Monitor
  • Project Controls Manager

Apply now if these career paths interest you!

We accept applications from November 1 to June 30. However, expressions of interest are accepted throughout the year.

Why Study in Barbados

Ten minutes away from the beach and country’s capital Bridgetown, UWI is ideally located to offer local, regional, and international students comfort and convenience in a multicultural setting.

Meet students and faculty from more than 75 countries at an accredited university.
Save money by completing your graduate degree in 18 months rather than 24 - 30 months.

At a Glance

  • Degree Level: Postgraduate
  • Qualification: MSc
  • Duration: Full-Time: 18 months; Part-Time: 24 months (maximum of 4 years)


Programme Details

Some of the courses you will cover are:

  • Project Management Concepts, Framework & Processes
  • Project Initiation and Planning
  • Project Finance
  • Project Execution, Monitoring & Control
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Project Evaluation Reports 

Our tuition is internationally competitive and we offer scholarships, financial aid and payment plans to make university education available to our students. Please click here for details on financing options.  

Programme Fees (as at August 2023)  = BDS $ 30,000
University Registration Fees (as at August 2023) = BDS $ 540 per semester:
University fees comprise of Guild and Amenities Fees. They are not charged in the summer semester.
Please note that fees may be adjusted for academic year 2023-2024. 

For Degreed Entrants

1. A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a university or college acceptable to the University of the West Indies, with at least Second Class Honours.
Students with 'Pass' degrees will be considered on the following conditions:
   - they are currently working in a Project Management related field, and;
   - they are successful at an interview conducted by the entrance committee within the Sagicor Cave Hill School of Business and Management.

2. Two letters of recommendation.
For Non-Degreed Applicants
The Sagicor Cave Hill School of Business and Management is considering opening its doors to a small number of non-degreed applicants.  It is expected that the number of students entering the programme through this route would be highly restricted and should represent no more than 25 percent of the cohort in any given year. Students entering through this route will be required to undertake a preliminary year of study.

The entry criteria for these students would therefore be:
  1. Technical certificates or diplomas that can be assessed by the University of the West Indies.
  2. Five years’ experience in a project management related field.
  3. They are successful at an interview conducted by a selected panel determined by the Campus Committee on Graduate Studies and the Sagicor Cave Hill School of Business and Management.
  4. Two letters of recommendation.

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