The course enables students to build a body of practical skills and theoretical knowledge around the management of organisations within different international contexts; students are exposed to a wide range of contemporary perspectives on key developments in and around international human resource management (IHRM) and organisational analysis, providing access to a range of alternative views; they explore relevant IHRM issues and what these mean for individuals and organisations at local, national and international levels.
Dissertation; human resources management (HRM) in context; managing human resources; research methods; skills of the manager or consultant; plus options chosen from; employee relations; learning and development; organisational analysis, design and development; people resourcing; reward management; assessment and individual differences at work; designing and delivering training; employment law for HR practitioners; international personnel management; knowledge management; management development; managing culture and change; managing diversity and equality in employment; strategic personnel and development.
Course Additional Entry
A good Honours degree (minimum 2.2), or overseas equivalent in a related field. Applications from candidates without formal qualifications with relevant experience are welcomed. Candidates whose 1st language is not English should have an IELTS score of 6.5, with a minimum score of 6 in each element.
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