Singapore University of Social Sciences

International Construction Project Management

International Construction Project Management (BPM501)

Applications Open: 01 October 2023

Applications Close: 15 November 2023

Next Available Intake: January 2024

Course Types: Modular Graduate Course

Language: English

Duration: 6 months

Fees: $2200 View More Details on Fees

Area of Interest: Management

Schemes: Alumni Continuing Education (ACE)

Funding: To be confirmed

School/Department: School of Science and Technology


This course aims to gives an understanding of the global construction markets and characteristics of mega scale projects. Postgraduate students will be exposed to the challenges and management of international projects. They will also learn about the internationalization strategies that construction multi national companies use to venture into markets overseas, in addition to the pitfalls they should avoid and critical success factors to succeed.

Level: 5
Credit Units: 5
Presentation Pattern: EVERY JAN


  • Managing International projects
  • International Project governance and case study
  • Human Resources in International Projects
  • Communications in International Projects
  • Risk Management in International projects
  • International projects Risk Strategies and case study
  • Procurement Management in international projects
  • International Contract Strategies
  • Public private partnership (PPP)
  • Private Finance Initiative (PFI)
  • Strategic Management in International Construction
  • Internationalisation Strategies case study

Learning Outcome

  • Discuss the uniqueness of international construction markets
  • Appraise the challenges of construction projects in different countries and overseas markets
  • Evaluate pitfalls and critical success factors for international project management
  • Compare the legal, contractual and other management practices in different construction markets
  • Demonstrate ability to set up/organize an international project team
  • Formulate internationalization strategies for construction firm to venture overseas
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