Product Management

Take the summer to invest in your future PM career

From June 29th to July 31st 2020

Curious about the role of a Product Manager? 

Product management is a relatively “young” discipline. Born out of Silicon Valley and Agile, it has grown tremendously in the last few years. This course is about understanding what product management is. You will go through the whole cycle of becoming a good product manager, and learn how to effectively bring new products and experiences to market.

< 100 hours in Remote >

< 5 weeks part-time >

< Intensive schedule >

< 100% hands-on >

< Career Development >

< Women-only-environment >

Looking to shift or boost your career?

This course is suitable for you if you are a:

Career Booster: Women who are established in their professional career and want to add-on product management skills and tools. 

Career Changer: For women hesitating about a career change, this class is an entry door to the role of a professional Product Manager and to become one.

Entrepreneur: Women who run their own venture or have an entrepreneurial mindset and want to minimize the risk of failing. Understanding your product and its phases for successful development and growth. 

Technical and Soft Skills of a Product Manager you will develop in this course

We use a matrix based on 20 years work of many Product Management teams in large scale global enterprises as well as medium and smaller teams in technology, finance, scientific and other sectors.

Knowledge: Target Market, Market Needs, Product, Technical and Competitive Knowledge. 

Commercial Acumen: Managing products as a business, building business cases, pricing, product marketing and analytical skills. 

Product Management Skills and Experience: Methodology and process, market and evidence based, driven by self opinion, ability to operate at senior level, organisational skills. 

Other Key Skills: collaborative working, negotiation, prioritisation, communication, leadership.

Learn about Product Management in a record time

Pre-work. 10 hours of work preparation

  • Understand the Product Management glossary
  • Develop the ability to analyse technology products

On Campus Learning Course – 100 hours


Unit 1 – Introduction to PM
Unit 2 – Framing problems + Project
Unit 3 – Exploring solutions + Project 
Unit 4 – Exploring solutions  II + Project
Unit 5 – Career Development + Project
Unit 6 – Exploring solutions + Prioritising I + Project
Unit 7 – Prioritising II + Pitching + Project 
Unit 8 – Product Focus + Frameworks I + Project
Unit 9 – Frameworks II + Backlog prioritisation + Project
Unit 10 – Backlog prioritisation II + Final presentation (Demo Day)

Our students develop a project during the course, always linked to a real company business problem. Please, download the syllabus for full understanding of the course content. 

Develop your career in Europe’s leading academy for women in tech  

Our mission is to bring more women into the tech field, that’s why we are committed to the careers of our graduates.

During the course, you will attend a workshop dedicated to career opportunities within the Product field and, at the end, you will have an individual mentorship session with our PM oriented career expert.

You will also present your final project at a Demo Day and will have access to the Hiring Day of our longer courses organized every quarter. 

  • Hiring & Demo Day
  • Career Assessment – In group and individual. 
  • Networking Opportunities

See Career Development plan in our specific web section.

Learn from female industry experts

Maria Polo
Lead instructor
Senior Product Manager

Each course has 5 different instructors on average. They all have senior experience in different industry sectors. We want you to benefit from their diverse experience. Our instructors work at Wallapop, Adevinta, Ubeeqo, N26, etc.

We are all about learning by doing

70% practical. 30% theory. Each unit covers a different aspect of Product Management, concluding in a project presentation of the learnings at the end of the course. 

This is what a typical week looks like: 

Monday – Thursday  (17:00 – 21:00)*

  • 17.00 – 17.30 Refresh of the concepts from the previous class
  • 17.30 – 18.30 Lecture 
  • 18.30 – 18.45 Break
  • 18:45 – 21:00 Hands-on practice! Your turn

Friday (17:00 – 21:00)

  • 17.00 – 17.30 Stand-up meeting
  • 17.30 – 21.00 Project Work + Individual Mentoring

*If you would prefer a different schedule, please let us know, since we try to accommodate different schedule preferences. 

Take the next step

Here are the steps for completing our admissions process: 

  1. Submit the application form.
  2. You will receive an email from us to book a call with our admissions manager. 
  3. Attend a personal interview with us. 
  4. Pay the tuition fee and sign the contract. Financial options are available, ask us for more information.
  5. Access the pre-work and prepare yourself for the course. Submit it before the starting date of class. 
  6. If you are still not sure, come to one of our on campus or online informative sessions. You can access the calendar here

We are all ears, let us know about your needs.

Dates & Schedule

From June 29th to July 31st

  • From Monday to Friday
  • PM Schedule: 18.30 to 22.30 CET*

*If you would prefer a different schedule, please let us know, since we try to accommodate different schedule preferences. 

Tuition Fee and Payment Conditions

  • Full price: 2950€ (VAT included) – Pay in 3 installments
  • Payment upfront: 2450€ (VAT included)
  • Early Inscription: 2250€ (VAT included)

Financial options

We have an agreement with an Spanish bank (Banc Sabadell) for financial plans, please ask us for more information. ​