Minimum upper second-class degree from a UK university, or equivalent overseas/professional qualification; applications assessed on individual merit.
Months of entry
Core: Contemporary Issues in HRM; Employee Relations; Key Skills for HRM; Organisation Development; Qualitative and Quantitative Research; Strategic HR Development; Strategic HR Management; International and Comparative HRM; European Labour Markets, Quantitative and Qualitative Research
Optional: Organisational Development, Employment Law 1 , Comparative and International People Management, European Labour Markets
On successful completion of the taught part of the programme, students work on a three month project which may be practical or academic in nature.
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Business and Law
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