1 year full-time
An honours degree (UK lower second class or above) or equivalent in a business related area or other relevant disciplines
Stage 1 enables a broad based understanding of how organisations operate and the role of specialist functional areas. The need for integration between the functional areas will be made apparent and should be of particular value to you if you are unfamiliar with business and management. Stage 1 Modules:
Human Behaviour in Organisations
Managing Business Operations
Management Information Skills
In Stage 2 you will follow a module specific to International Human Resource Management and choose your elective programme. Stage 2 Modules:
International Human Resource Management
Strategic Human Resource Management
and 1 from:
Managing Innovation and Change
Management and Organisational Learning
In Stage 3 you will undertake Research Methods and a dissertation.
A Personal Development Plan and Personal Effectiveness module runs throughout the programme.
This taught master’s degree in International Human Resource Management offers students from a wide variety of educational backgrounds the opportunity to gain an award which can be of great value for a career or used as a stepping-stone to a higher degree.