Highware publishes educational and academic resources for project engineering
- The distinction between Project Engineering and Project Management is deliberate and meaningful. Highware experience indicates that adopting an engineering approach to complex projects leads to the development of analytical, pragmatic logics in diagnosing project situations and applying appropriate methods, tools and techniques. In contrast, a management approach is more given to relatively stable environments and favours the standardised application of methods, tools and techniques.
- Highware supports Oxford Academics Postgraduate Initiative in Project Engineering registered at the International Association of Project Management: Oxford Academics integrates Highware academic series for project engineering to offer Executive Certificate, Executive Diploma and Executive Master in project engineering”.
Highware professional training and higher education in project engineering for scientists, engineers and managers has been delivered:
- in the European Union (Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Romania)
- as well as in other parts of the world (Algeria, Brunei, Canada, China, Egypt, India, Malaysia, Morrocco, Senegal, Singapore, Switzerland, Tunisa, Ukraine, in the UK and the USA).
Founded 1987, Highware has been on line since 1999