- We normally require a second class honours degree or above, not necessarily in business
- Applicants without a degree who have practical experience in personnel work will also be considered, but you will need to demonstrate your ability on the basis on courses already attended, references supplied, a 2,000 word essay and an interview
Months of entry
In a globalised world HR professionals face many challenges around the areas of leadership and people management, cross-cultural and expatriate management, global integration, governance systems and, and reward and performance management. In increasingly globalised and dynamic work places organisations require adaptable professionals who understand these issues.
Grounded in the standards of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, the world’s largest HR professional body, this course provides a unique insight in traditional and non-traditional sectors with a focus on subjects such as international reward management, globalisation and liberalisation of the national economies, and comparative employment relations. As well as acquiring knowledge on these key topics you will also develop the capabilities to utilise people related data, metrics, and use analytics for insight driven and informed practice to further the priorities of the organisation.
The course, designed for both graduates and HR professionals, has a strong emphasis on understanding the links between theory and practice, taught by an experienced and research driven team you will also attend guest lectures from renowned HR professors, develop skills in metrics and analytics with practitioners, residential activities, and have the option of integrating a 6 month work placement into your learning. If you would like a more graduated approach to undertaking study there is also the extended 15 month version of the course.
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