PMP vs PRINCE2 | The difference between PMP and PRINCE2




PMP
PRINCE2
Stands for Project Management Professional
Stands for PRojects IN Controlled Environment

There are two levels of PRINCE2,
- PRINCE2 Foundation
- PRINCE2 Practitioner
Body that provides the certification – Project Management Institute (PMI), USA
Body that provides the certification – AXELOS, UK
Pre-requisites
- Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
- 7,500 hours leading and directing projects
- 35 hours of project management education
OR
- Four-year degree
- 4,500 hours leading and directing projects
- 35 hours of project management education
Pre-requisites
PRINCE2 Foundation
- Formal Training

PRINCE2 Practitioner
- Formal Training
      - PRINCE2 Foundation

Exam
- 4 hours / 200 Questions
- Multiple Choice Objective Questions
Exam
PRINCE2 Foundation
- 1 hour / 75 Questions
- Multiple Choice Objective Questions

PRINCE2 Practitioner
- 2.5 hours / 9 Questions
- Scenario based questions
- Open book exam!
Certification Renewal
- CCRS System
- 60 PDUs every 3 years
Certification Renewal
PRINCE2 Foundation
- Not required

PRINCE2 Practitioner
- Re-exam every 3-5 years

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