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MSc in Major Programme Management

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03
Oct
2017
A new paper by Dr Atif Ansar, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, argues that the task of leadership in major project organisations is to articulate and uphold values that enable positive societal outcomes.
20
Sep
2017
Two exceptional female candidates have been awarded with scholarships for the October 2017 intake of the MSc in Major Programme Management at Oxford Saïd.
16
Jun
2017
The ceremony took place at the Oxford Martin School on 14 June, and Dr Julia Horn of the Oxford Learning Institute presented the award.
22
May
2017
It presents the latest scholarship and research in the management of megaprojects – large complex projects such as high-speed rail lines, dams, processing plants, national IT systems or events such as the Olympics.
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07
Apr
2017
The Oxford Major Programme Management Conference was held on 11 November 2016 at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Featuring an array of distinguished speakers and a varied agenda, the theme of the conference was: 'Legacy of Major Programmes: Making Good on our Promises’.
09
Nov
2016
Following the election of Donald Trump as US President, Oxford Saïd’s Professor Bent Flyvbjerg assesses the prospects for the proposed wall along the Mexican/US border.
23
Sep
2016
The Mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi has used evidence from an Oxford Saïd report, ‘The Oxford Olympics Study 2016: Cost and Cost Overrun at the Games’ to call into question the city’s bid for the 2024 summer Games.
22
Sep
2016
The University of Oxford has been ranked Number 1 in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, which judges the performance of 980 universities across 79 countries.
14
Sep
2016
Like all previous Olympics, Summer and Winter, Rio 2016 came in over budget – by over half (51%). Whilst this is a lower budget overrun than numerous other Games, at $1.6 billion, it is a colossal overspend.
14
Sep
2016
A new study from Oxford Saïd finds that low-quality infrastructure investments pose significant risk to Chinese economy.

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