The part-time course lasts for 18 months. Attendance is required for three to five course days every six to eight weeks.
Applicants need a university degree, and at least four years of professional work experience. They must demonstrate that a considerable amount of time has been spent in HRM.
The 12 modules focus on the strategic role of HR leaders and organisational change. They typically include: process consultation, organisations as systems, strategic process, organisational transformation, managing across borders, building the talent pool, strategic leadership, performance and reward, establishing a high performance culture, developing intellectual capital, and value creation in HR. Students also complete a consultation project.
It is designed to help build careers in strategic change leadership. The school boasts a number of international corporate partners that support the Masters, including Unilever, ABN Amro and Ahold, so networking opportunities are promising.