Record numbers for the masters degree in data centre leadership and management

The fourth intake for the world’s first and only Masters Degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management is underway with record numbers.

More data centre professionals are taking the opportunity to turn their data centre experience into the Masters Degree and September 2016 saw the highest enrolment numbers on record so far, making the course more popular than ever.

Run in collaboration with CNet Training and Anglia Ruskin University, the Masters Degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management launched in February 2015. The online distance learning course is three years in duration and is fully supported by a team of academic and industry experts, who are available online or via telephone throughout the course. Those who are successful in completing gain a level seven qualification which provides an impressive MA post nominal title.

The first students to successfully complete will graduate in 2018 to become the world’s first to hold the MA Data Centre Leadership and Management title and by doing so will also create the elite group of data centre professionals throughout the world.

There are two intakes a year for the Masters Degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management. The next intake will be 30th January 2017.

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