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Master International Human Resource Management and Employment Relations

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  • Entry requirements
    A good upper-second class degree at undergraduate level or overseas equivalent in a social science-related subject, such as sociology, psychology, business, management, politics, economics or law is required. Consideration will also be given to good arts’ graduates.
  • Academic Title
    MSc International Human Resource Management and Employment Relations
  • Course description
    MSc
    One year full-time

    Programme description

    This is a critical and research-driven programme that provides an intensive course of study and in-depth knowledge in the field of international human resource management and employment relations. You will gain an insight into the key theories, policies and practices involved. You will develop the skills to be able to critically appraise complex and contradictory areas of knowledge and be able to evaluate the appropriateness of the use of qualitative and quantitative research methods in particular contexts. In addition, you will develop a range of personal skills including presentation, argumentation, evaluation, problem solving, interactive and group skills, self-appraisal, and autonomy in the planning and management of learning.

    Programme outline

    You will take four modules in each semester and then write a dissertation for submission by the end of September.

    Core modules:

        * Comparative Employment Relations
        * International Human Resource Management
        * International Reward Management
        * Knowledge and Innovation Management
        * Managing Diversity
        * Organisation Theory
        * Research Methods for Business and Management

    Optional modules may include:

        * Knowledge and Innovation Management
        * Innovation and Global Competition
        * Multinationals and Global Business
        * Organisational Consultancy
        * Personnel Economics
        * Strategic Games for Managers

    Assessment

    Assessment takes a number of different forms including coursework essays, assignments and presentations, and examinations that take place in May or early June. You must achieve an overall pass in order to progress to your dissertation, which has to be submitted by the end of September, and must also be passed for a degree to be awarded.

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