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Master of Human Resource Management

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General study focuses

The business world is constantly changing and developing in sense of internationality, interculturality, mobility and fast pace of living. Those factors demand certain personal characteristics of employees and team for a successful business. Crucial task for the Human Resources in many companies is building a strong motivated, flexible and technically qualified team with team-members who are lifelong learners.

The perfect for the position Human Resource Manager is good in the social relationships, open-minded and ready to face the challenge to work with intercultural environment. If you decide to go for it, you should consider a Masters in HRM in order to combine and upgrade your previous knowledge in Management and HR. Your theoretical understanding of Management, Leadership and Entrepreneurship will come in handy, as well as your language skills, especially in English. During your Master studies you will focus more on the social aspects of managing.

In addition, there are several practically-oriented courses you will stumble upon. Here are some examples:

  • Staff Motivation
  • HR Recruitment and Training
  • Life-Long Learning
  • Human Relationships
  • Work Evaluation and Organizational Behavior

Admission requirements for Master of Human Resource Management

A Bachelor’s in a relevant field is a must, namely in the areas of Business, Economics or Social Sciences. Job experience will be a big advantage together with knowledge in more than one language. For more information please contact your desired university. 

Job prospects

After a study period of one or two years you can be awarded with one of the following academic degrees: “Master of Arts”, “Master of Science” or “Master of Business Administration”. It all depends on your study focus and university.

However, you will be qualified for a variety of positions in every HR department of a small, medium or big business organization. In addition, you can also look for a job at personnel recruitment agencies, coaching companies and consultancy firms.

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Take a look at an overview of Masters programmes in HRM:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Human Resources   comprehensive profile   Deusto Business School - University of Deusto
comprehensive profile   Human Resource Management   comprehensive profile   University of Groningen
comprehensive profile   Business Administration: Human Resource Management   comprehensive profile   Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  Executive MBA   comprehensive profile   MCI | Die Unternehmerische Hochschule®
  Human Resource Management   comprehensive profile   UNI for LIFE
  Human Resources and Organisational Management   comprehensive profile   ESCP Business School
  Human Resource Management   comprehensive profile   University of Limerick
  Human Resource Management   comprehensive profile   University College Dublin
  Full Time MBA     Newcastle University Business School
  International Human Resource Management and Employment Relations     Queen Mary University of London
  Human Resource Management     University of Greenwich
  Management & Human Resources     University of Worcester
  Global Human Resource Management MSc     Newcastle University Business School
  Human Resource Management And Employment Law     Staffordshire University
  Human Resource Management     University of York
  Human Resource Management     University of Derby
  Masters in Public Administration (Human Resources)     University of Birmingham
  Data Analytics and Human Resource Management     University of Leeds
  Human Resource Management and Consulting     University of Bath School of Management
  Human Resource Management     London Metropolitan University
  Management and HRM     Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University
  Employability Leadership     Coventry University London
  Human Resource Management     University of Kent
  International Human Resource Management and Comparative Industrial Relations     University of Manchester
  Human Resource Management     University of Hertfordshire
  Management (Employment Relations and Human Resources)     London School of Economics and Political Science
  Human Resource Management & Organisational Analysis     King's College London
  Applied Studies (Management and Leadership in Social Services)     University of Stirling
  Management with Human Resource Management     Birkbeck, University of London
  Human Resource Development and Consultancy     Birkbeck, University of London
  International Human Resources     London South Bank University
  MBA: Human Resource Management     York St John University
  IBSA Dual MBA and Master's Degree Program     International Business School Alliance (IBSA)
  International Human Resource Management     Cranfield University
  International Management (Human Resource Management)     Oxford Brookes University
  Human Resource Management     University of Leeds
  Human Resources & International Management     University of Strathclyde
  Human Resource Management     Birkbeck, University of London
  Diversity Management     University of Bradford
  Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations     Manchester Business School
  ...     ...


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