Join the global elite group of data centre professionals from IBM, Commscope, Schneider Electric, Time Warner Cable, Sudlows Limited, Unilever, Capital One, Digital Realty Trust, University of Melbourne, Microsoft to name a few.
Data centres are complex facilities that are expected to deliver faultless service and financial results in a world of rapidly changing technologies, business pressures and environmental expectations.
In order to achieve this, data centres need highly capable leaders and managers – individuals who are capable of dealing with business complexity and technological change with the knowledge and skills to ensure their teams deliver against consistently challenging objectives.
The Masters Degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management is a unique program, which has been designed in collaboration with the industry to advance data centre professionals worldwide. No other program offers data centre professionals this high level leadership and management education tailored to the data centre sector.
The program harnesses CNet’s unique insight into data centre operations and expertise in business leadership and management. Topics have been selected on the basis of feedback from the industry and data centre professionals who are themselves involved with delivering the program alongside other hand-picked specialists. The content of the Masters is re-written each year to ensure it reflects the constantly evolving nature of the sector.
Delivery of the program is through distance learning, meaning that learners can study at times that are convenient to them. They can also easily communicate with their tutors and each other wherever they are in the world.
Primarily this three year program is based around supported online distance learning via a learning management system, providing flexibility and complete interaction every step of the way. Learners will be supported by the CNet team, specialist academic staff and industry specialists, all with the aim of creating an enriched shared learning experience. Each year there is an optional Bootcamp in Cambridge, UK for those that can attend.
On average, learners commit the equivalent of approximately 10 hours of study to the program per week during trimester time, however this study can be taken at your own pace and undertaken at a convenient time for you. However, the deadlines that are given for your assessed work are strict and must be met.
The program is run across two learning periods per year. There are two points of entry each year, one in January/February, the other in September. Each module is formally assessed.