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Start date: 24 July 2023

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Duration: 6 months, online (excluding onboarding)

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Time Commitment: 12 hours per week

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Note: Limited places available

‘I'm excited to see this programme and its curriculum put together by King's College London. For too long, product management has been a role that so many of us “fell into” by chance or accident, and certainly didn't have training or dedicated programmes like this career accelerator to guide the path there.’

Janna Bastow, CEO of ProdPad

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You'll benefit from:

The opportunity to gain strong foundational product management knowledge and skills in product design, prototyping and testing, Agile methodologies, launch strategies, product growth and analytics, all in the context of product strategy and organisational strategy

Developing the human skills needed to succeed as a Product Manager, such as strong communication and influencing skills, stakeholder management, prioritisation, decision-making and problem-solving skills

Exposure to an industry network through an Employer Project co-designed by tech and employer partners to acquire the relevant, practical abilities that get you hired

1:1 sessions with your Career Coach, dedicated to help you develop the employability traits and personal skills you need to thrive at every stage of your career

The chance to learn from leading academics and industry experts as you earn a certificate from King’s College London.

A role worth exploring

A Product Manager now ranks as the third best job in the UK for 2022. The role also shows high job satisfaction and estimates an average median base salary of £60,656 (experience dependant). - Glassdoor.1

1Glassdoor, 25 Best Jobs in the UK for 2022. [Listing} 2022.

Who is this programme for?

Whether you’re taking your first step into product management, looking to formalise your existing experience or making a career shift, this programme will help you to develop the real-world skills needed to succeed as a Product Manager.

Achieve your career goals - faster

This King’s programme is developed and delivered in partnership with FourthRev, the online education company behind the career accelerator learning model — built to meet the evolving demands of the digital world.

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A holistic approach to career-driven education integrates technical competencies, applied knowledge, human skills and a growth mindset.

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Developed by a world-leading university in collaboration with top tech companies and employers to ensure outcomes align with current industry demand.

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As part of a smaller student group you'll benefit from intimate networking opportunities and personalised attention from your Success Team.

What you'll learn

At their core, career accelerators seek to address four knowledge and skill groups that lay the foundations for sustainable career success.
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Technical knowledge and skills in high-demand technologies
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The human skills required to attain jobs, promotions and employer-specific outcomes
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A broad organisational understanding that drives effective application of technical skills
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Reflective capabilities that support personal growth and development for meaningful careers

‘We’re excited to contribute to a programme that will help next generation Product Managers develop the capabilities they require to succeed in industry.’

Alex, CEO and Co-Founder of Linktree

Who you'll learn from

Your programme content is shaped by the Department of Digital Humanities within the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King’s College London — home to internationally respected academics — in collaboration with tech and employer partners.

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Prof James Smithies

Professor of Digital Humanities
at King’s College London

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Dr Mark Hedges

Reader in Cultural Informatics
in the Department of Digital Humanities
at King’s College London

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Janna Bastow

CEO of ProdPad and Co-founder
of Mind the Product

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Marc Abraham

Group Product Manager
at Intercom

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Randeep Sidhu

Chief Product Officer
at Reliance Health

Benefit from dedicated 1:1 career coaching and mentorship from proactive members of your Success Team, who are invested in your personal career growth and available to support you in real time.

Accelerate your career

By completing this form, you consent to FourthRev contacting you about the King's Product Management Career Accelerator via phone, text and/or email.

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King's Product Management
Career Accelerator

In partnership with FourthRev
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Why choose a career accelerator?

Career accelerators deliver the technical skills needed to perform in real-world roles, the understanding necessary to translate those abilities into meaningful value, the human skills crucial for gaining and retaining jobs, and the reflective capabilities essential for ongoing growth.

Beyond subject knowledge, you'll also benefit from 1:1 sessions with your Career Coach. They’ll work with you to identify and develop the employability traits and personal skills needed to thrive at every stage of your career.

How much does this programme cost?

The tuition fee for this programme is £6, 000. Ask your Enrolment Advisor about our flexible payment plans.

Do I need to attend classes at certain times?

The majority of learning requirements can be completed asynchronously, in your own time. While attendance is strongly recommended for online webinar sessions and masterclasses, recordings will be made available at the conclusion of each session.

Live classes run mid week and outside of standard working hours. However, there is a weekly class that is timezone-friendly for the UK and South East Asia.

How is the programme delivered?

The programme is delivered entirely online through a virtual learning environment which is accessible from your personal computer or smartphone. Your personal Success Manager will be available to offer support and guide you through your learning journey.

What are the entry requirements?

  • An academic transcript (a minimum of an undergraduate degree)
  • A 1-2 page CV demonstrating no less than 2 years of work experience, a supporting letter from your employer (if available)
  • If you don’t meet any of the above criteria, you can book a call with an Enrolment Advisor to set up a suitability meeting where you’ll complete a 30-minute aptitude test.

Supporting documents required:

  • A 500-word personal statement answering
  • A copy of your proof of identity in the form of a passport/drivers license or birth certificate
  • Language proficiency test results (if you haven’t completed university study in English)

What is the role of the industry and employer partners?

These partners add industry experience to coursework development, share tech expertise and play a direct role in the portfolio project design. Through their insight into the ever-changing landscape in the digital economy, they ensure students develop skills aligned to workplace demand, offer exposure to employer networks and open up access to job opportunities.