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Comments about BA International Human Resource Management - At the institution - London - Greater London
This course prepares you to work in human resource management with transnational businesses. This field is increasingly important given global business growth and the need to manage people in a variety of national contexts. The Department has a thriving MA in International Human Resource Management, staff with experience of teaching and working with HR professionals, and a strong research base.
You should have 160-200 points, including at least 140 from two or more A-levels. English Language and Mathematics GCSE at grade C or above (or equivalent) are also required. Admissions tutors may vary these requirements in individual cases. People from a wide range of educational and employment backgrounds will be considered.
BA International Human Resource Management
Single Honours students take eight modules at each level. Joint Honours involves four modules from each level in International Human Resource Management, plus four from your other subject. You may also choose a Major/Minor after level 1.
* Introduction to International Human Resource Management
* Orientation to Management and Human Resource Management
* Managing Information
* Introduction to Globalisation
* Work, Employment and Society
* Business Environment
* Work Psychology
* International Economic Growth
* Organisational Analysis and Design
* International Economics
* Working Internationally
* International Personnel and Development
* Managing Employee Performance
* Managing the HR function
* European Economy
* Cross-cultural Management
* Comparative Employee Relations
* The Transnational Enterprise
* Strategic International HRM
* Current Issues in International Human Resource Management
* International Economic History