In a world of rapidly evolving technology, market demands, and environmental expectations, data centres are complex facilities that are needed to provide faultless service and financial performance.
To accomplish this, Data Centers need highly capable leaders and managers- individuals capable of coping with market uncertainty and technological change while still possessing the expertise and skills to ensure their teams effectively perform against consistently demanding objectives.
The Master’s Degree in Data Center Leadership and Management is a one-of-a-kind programme created in partnership with industry to advance Data Center professionals worldwide. No other course provides Data Centre professionals with this high level of leadership and management education that is specifically tailored to the data centre market.
Anglia Ruskin University’s Data Centre Leadership and Management course leverages CNet’s unique insight into Data Centre operations as well as experience in company leadership and management. Topics were chosen based on input from the industry and Data Center experts who will be providing the course alongside other hand-picked specialists. The course is designed to be centred on the learners’ professional work in order to ensure that the learning is meaningful and applicable in the workplace.
Established in 1856 as the Cambridge School of Arts, Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) changed its name and became a university in 1992.
ARU has achieved Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and was named “University of the Year 2023” by Times Higher Education.
Anglia Ruskin University is a Post-1992 university
Anglia Ruskin was one of the original 33 “new universities” created by the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.
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