This MSc in International Human Resource Management is suitable for those with an interest in global employment issues. The globalisation of business means that the management of people has become an international activity. It cannot be assumed that what is effective in one country can be automatically transferred to another country, even when it is within the same organisation.
This course will explore the wider factors and contexts affecting people management such as the social, political and ethical context of business in a globalised world. As part of your studies, you will analyse the impact of different national and institutional contexts on firm structures, innovation processes and work organisation.
Students will have approximately 12 contact hours per week.
Teaching will include a variety of guest lectures from industry leaders and professional bodies. The course will include a variety of opportunities for students to engage with the world of work, including live projects and guest lectures delivered by representatives from industry, the public sector and professional accounting/management organisations.
Students will be assessed via coursework only. Coursework assessments are varied and will include case studies, live projects, presentations and written assignments.
A minimum 2:2 Honours degree or an equivalent qualification, or in exceptional circumstances, three years’ or more significant managerial experience.
Holders of CIPD Graduate Membership, or postgraduate qualifications in either HRM or general management, may be entitled to exemptions through the fast-track programme.
Applicants may be required to attend an interview.
The course welcomes international applicants and requires an English level of IELTS 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component or equivalent.
Full-time fees are per year. Part-time fees are per 20 credits. Once enrolled, the fee will remain at the same rate throughout the duration of your study on this course.
Students have access to a wide range of resources including textbooks, publications, and computers in the University’s library and via online resources. In most cases they are more than sufficient to complete a course of study. Where there are additional costs, either obligatory or optional, these are detailed below. Of course students may choose to purchase their own additional personal resources/tools over and above those listed to support their studies at their own expense. All stationery and printing costs are at a student’s own expense.
On completing this course examples of careers you are likely to progress into one or more of the following areas: