The International Human Resource Management MSc is designed to develop a strategic people management and development focus within an international organisational context. The programme places special emphasis on global employment issues, including national cultures, legislation and strategies.
Through the analysis of models, theoretical frameworks, past and current HRM practices, students will be encouraged to develop the skills and strategies with which to support organisations achieve their goals, by adding the value of effective HR management and development practices.
The programme is aimed at individuals wishing to pursue or develop their professional careers within an international HRM context. The course will provide students with the essential requirements needed to work within the broad context of international people management and development.
- HRM in context;
- leading, managing and developing people;
- HR Study Skills and Leadership
- Enhancing your International employment skills
- international human resource management;
- Comparative Global HRM
- HR Analytics
- research-based dissertation or management consultancy project
Optional modules (students must choose one from two from the following)
- Managing Organisational Change Projects
- international comparative employment law;
As part of this course you will study Global Professional Development, a beneficial new 10-credit module developed in partnership with the CMI. Explore this module's content and benefits here.