IT Project Management (ITPM)

Course Description

In this course, students will learn how to manage and recognize risk in an organization's IT project. It involves the process of managing the project’s budget, timeline, and resources to ensure the project's completion.

It also involves identifying and resolving the risks associated with IT projects during the project lifecycle and is responsible for coordinating and communicating with clients, team members vendors, and other various stakeholders to achieve the project’s objective on time.

Course Overview 







Fee and scholarship 
  • Physical Class: $4,500.00

Note: Students be able to apply for a scholarship. 

Curriculum Details

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Learning Outcome

  • Be familiar with the guiding principles and ideal procedures for managing IT projects. 
  • Gain experience in organizing, planning, and carrying out IT projects. 
  • Develop your skills in project scope, time, cost, quality, and resource management. 
  • Learn about various project management frameworks and approaches. 
  • Develop expertise in IT project risk management and mitigation techniques. 
  • Learn how to effectively communicate and collaborate with stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle. 
  • Gain leadership abilities to engage team members and effectively manage project teams. 
  • Acquire knowledge of the legal and moral issues that surround IT project management. 
  • Acquire knowledge of how to assess project performance and take action to improve as required. 
  • Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills to overcome challenges in IT project management.


  • Must be a student who passed grade 12th National Exam (Bac II)
  • Commitment to completing the training course, including the Japanese curriculum. 
  • Basic skills in related courses and tech-savviness 
  • English proficiency 

Career Expectation

  • Project Administrator
  • Program Manager
  • Assistant Chief Operating Officer
  • Business Analysis Manager
  • Senior Project Manager
  • Project Management Office Executive
  • Contracts Officer
  • Site Supervisor
  • IT Researcher
  • Risk Manager  


Title program:
Mode of Study:
Schedule of Study:
Professional Course
1 year and half
Physical Delivery: Mon - Fri, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM