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07 February 2024

King's launches Postgraduate Certificate in Product Management

A new Postgraduate Certificate in Product Management has been launched by King's in partnership with digital education company, FourthRev.


A new credit-bearing qualification in product management has been launched by King’s and FourthRev.

The new Postgraduate Certificate in Product Management is designed to empower students to build on the product management expertise obtained during the Product Management Career Accelerator that is developed by our academics in the Department for Digital Humanities and Digital Futures Institute.

Completing this postgraduate certificate will not only equip learners with the practical skills, hard and soft, needed in the product management workplace but also provide them with the academic and critical skills needed to engage with their professional career in an informed and reflective way.

Dr Mark Hedges, Head of the Department of Digital Humanities

The programme engages with the Digital Futures Institute’s core aim of developing skills to help us live well with technology, and will enable learners in developing a comprehensive portfolio as well as a written dissertation. Both elements are inspired by the learner's prior experience in the Career Accelerator learning area.

“Completing a programme from King’s was a ‘big tick’ for my employer,” says Iryna Kokhana, a Career Accelerator graduate now enrolled in the January 2024 cohort of the Postgraduate Certificate Programme. She is excited to use this opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills she obtained during the Career Accelerator and to deepen her understanding of product management practices.

Register now for the King’s Product Management Career Accelerator and get the chance to upgrade to a postgraduate certificate upon successful programme completion.

Explore the Product Management Course

Discover the Career Accelerator Product Management Course at King's, in partnership with Fourthrev.

View the course details here