Human resource management (HRM) is a universal concept valued by organisations across the world, but with nuances that vary across contexts. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to effectively manage human resource issues on a global scale with this part-time Master’s course.
Our MSc in Global Human Resource Management takes an international approach, giving you a unique skill set to help you stand out from the competition as organisations increasingly expand across borders.
On this course, you’ll be introduced to key human resource (HR) practices and will investigate the impact that the globalisation of businesses has had on the HRM industry. You'll explore why HR measures that are effective in one country can fail within another, even though they’re part of the same organisation.
On this practical course, you'll use case studies of real organisations to develop your knowledge, so you can immediately apply what you learn to your place of work. You’ll also have the option to develop a real HR action plan for your current organisation as your dissertation, which could help you land a promotion or new job.
You’ll leave this course with the practical skills necessary to effectively manage employees from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds. And because knowledge of the HR industry on a global scale is sought-after in the workplace, you’ll become a valuable asset to businesses around the world.
This course benefits from a global cohort of students that can provide unique insight into HRM practices around the world.
Examine the strategic role and practical application of key HRM functions across the globe, taught by experienced experts and industry professionals
Develop analytical, critical and information technology skills, as well as people skills, to allow you to connect with employees of varying attitudes, perceptions and values
Develop your knowledge and experience to support your approach to problem-solving exercises, case studies and other activity-based learning
Learn to communicate proposed global HR solutions and critical knowledge effectively
Identify sustainability issues affecting the resolution of international HR problems, along with international HR ethical issues
How you're assessed
All assessments for the course are based on coursework submitted online. Your performance is assessed through coursework such as:
An investigative project
Opportunities for formal and informal feedback will be provided so you can improve your work for the future.
Career prospects and opportunities
With a global perspective on Human Resource Management, you’ll prove a valuable addition to businesses that operate on an international scale.
Your new technical skills and ability to analyse human resource issues will be attractive to prospective employers, as will the practical experience you’ve gained from your final investigative project.
And just because you’ve studied HR you don't have to stay within HR specifically. This Master’s will give you people management skills you can transfer into a variety of sectors.
With the skills and expertise you’ll gain on this course, you could go on to a career in:
Business development and consultancy
Training and development