People are the most important resource of every organisation. Machines and technology can be purchased or copied, but without knowledgeable and skilled people they would be of little value. Contemporary competition is competition between teams of people, and HRM is a modern technology of such teams. This soft technology allows us to multiply the intellectual capital of individuals into organisation’s HRM-capital. The HRM specialisation allows you to acquire knowledge and develop practical skills in the field of modern methods and techniques of strategic and operational human resource management in various types of organisations, as well as in smaller teams created within the organisation. It also allows the development of knowledge and skills in the field of leadership and team-building. Everything is embedded in the contemporary theory of management, economy, and finance. Students also have the opportunity to acquire the ability to use IT tools supporting management processes in the field of human resource management. Attention will be focused on understanding the business and skillful use of adequate techniques and management tools. Students will also learn the skills to research economic and financial phenomena and processes in a dynamically changing environment. As part of the HRM specialisation, students have the opportunity to acquire practical skills in the use of IT tools and appropriate analysis of the data available for them in order to support processes in the field of human resource management.
By completing the 2nd degree of HRM specialisation, the graduate will be prepared in terms of the knowledge and competencies to work as a leader of various types of teams, in various organisations (from international corporations to startups), as well as a human resource specialist. The main goal of this educational path is to prepare engineers of various specialties (IT, mechanics, electronics and telecommunications, chemistry, construction, and other technical fields) to work and lead teams in companies of these specialties. Graduates of this specialisation will have the knowledge and experience acquired during workshops and practical classes on the functioning of groups and their dynamics. In addition, they will be able to use human resource management tools to achieve optimal results for their teams: in terms of both business and project goals, high efficiency, and group effectiveness, but also the optimal level of group members’ wellbeing.
Requirements: Bachelor's Degree or Bachelor of Engineering Degree. Each application is assessed individually on its merits. If in doubt, please contact an Admission Officer.
English Language Requirements
The equivalent of minimum TOEFL IBT – 87 points or 6.5 points IELTS. A list of accepted language certificates can be checked online.