This is the link of the course i would like to apply.

What UCL would like to know:

  • Why you want to study Project and Enterprise Management at graduate level
i am interested in project management since my internship in Sanomics. Please kindly refer to my CV.
  • Why you want to study Project and Enterprise Management at UCL
the opportunity this course will provide, Will know more people from the industry, wide range of career option because the course provide many optional modules of different area. the following modules are those i particularly interested:
  • The Management of Large Projects and Programmes.
  • The Management of Innovation.
  • Marketing and Project Business Development.
  • Managing Change in Organisations.
  • what particularly attracts you to the chosen programme.
  • How your academic and professional background meets the demands of this challenging programme,
refer to the next part – learning outcome. Also my job in a startup company – sanomics.
  • Where you would like to go professionally with your degree.
  • Professional consultants.
  • Client enterprises with significant project portfolios such as pharmaceutical, biotech
(these are just examples, I don’t really have a clear vision what I want to do after graduate. Please help me enrich this part like i know what i would to do in the future.

The following part are learning outcome of my current degree:

Module name: Analysis of controlled substance.

Learning Outcomes;

Employ personal, time management, study and team-working skills and analytical and problem-solving skills, and communicate through a casework rep

Module name: Professional Development forensic enquiry and case study.

1. Evaluate current research and advanced scholarship in the discipline, in particular, a systemic understanding of knowledge, and a critical awareness of current problems and/or new insights, within contemporary forensic or police investigation.

2. Communicate a detailed account of one area of contemporary forensic or police investigation addressing scientific, forensic and legal issues.

3. Deal with complex issues (both systematically and creatively), make sound judgements in the absence of complete data, and communicate clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences.

4. Demonstrate self-direction in tackling and solving problems, and act autonomously in planning and implementing research.

Module name: Interpretation and Presentation of Forensic Evidence for Forensic Science

Learning Outcomes.

1. Describe differences between statistical (Bayesian and classical) and non-statistical forensic evidence for a variety of common forensic evidence types.

2. Write comprehensive, comprehensible, rational and impartial reports.

3. Use communication skills in presenting and defending expert testimony under challenging conditions whilst giving Evidence-in-Chief and in Cross-Examination.


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