More data centre professionals are taking the opportunity to turn their data centre experience into a master’s degree with the world’s only master’s degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management, delivered by CNet Training, an Associate College of Anglia Ruskin University. Since launching in 2015, impressive numbers have been recorded and are continuing to steadily increase.
The master’s degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management is a three-year programme delivered through online distance learning, fully supported by a team of sector experts, who are available through online or telephone communication.
The distance learning delivery of the programme means that learners can study at times that are convenient to them, yet they can still easily communicate with their tutors and each other, wherever they are in the world. There is also a chance to participate in a three day ‘bootcamp’, held each year in the historic city of Cambridge – this is an optional activity and a great opportunity to get together with the tutors and fellow learners, make contacts and have fun.
The master’s degree is a level seven programme which sits at the top of The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework. It is designed in collaboration with the industry and the content is constantly refreshed to ensure it reflects the very latest needs of the industry.
It’s a unique programme – at present, no other programme offers data centre professionals this high-level leadership and management education specifically tailored to the data centre sector.
The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework spans from qualification level three, all of the way up to level seven and is constantly expanding with new programmes. Each programme has been designed to address the skills and knowledge requirements of those working in different areas of the digital infrastructure industry. All programmes flow perfectly from one to another, yet they are of equal value when standing alone.
On successful completion, learners receive a prestigious master’s degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management which provides an impressive MA post nominal title at a full graduation ceremony in Cambridge. This October will be another world first for CNet when the first co-hort from 2015 graduate to become the first ever to hold the world’s only master’s degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management. They will be the first group of data centre professionals throughout the world to hold this title, setting themselves apart from the rest.
Andrew Stevens, CNet’s president and CEO comments, “I am delighted by the popularity of the master’s degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management. It’s still going from strength to strength and I predict it to become even more popular in the future. I’m really looking forward to the first graduation ceremony this October, it’s going to be a significant part of not only CNet’s history, but also for those who are graduating. The degree is creating an elite group of data centre professionals which shows the commitment and hard work the learners have put in and they are being rewarded with the world’s only master’s degree in Data Centre Leadership and Management.”
Registration is now open for the next programme which will commence on September 17, 2018.