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The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

When a student takes on a degree in human resources, he or she becomes eligible to enter the workforce at any number of organizations. During their studies, students are equipped with knowledge of various topics, including pay equality, leadership, organizational behavior, employment law and management.

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Master's Degree In Human Resource Management -in Spanish-

EAE Business School
Campus Part time 1 year April 2017 Spain Barcelona Madrid + 1 more

The Master in Human Resource Management focuses on the development of people within the organization and the role to be played by HR management to make this ... [+]

Master in Human Resources

The Master in Human Resource Management focuses on the development of people within the organization and the role to be played by HR management to achieve this objective is achieved not only but also is aligned with company strategy .

We will answer many key questions in the field of human resources: What is the role of Director of Human Resources and what goals should be? How to find the balance between talent and crisis? What skills and abilities allow Human Resources to bring to the changing reality of companies?

We will address the implementation of the overall mission of the company with a dual objective: to improve the working environment and ensure that employees perceive the company as a Best Place to Work.... [-]


Master in International Hotel Management - HR and training specialization

Vatel Switzerland - International Business School Hotel & Tourism Management
Campus 2 - 4 semesters February 2017 Switzerland Martigny

This program will teach and train students in hospitality related fields whether it is in a classroom context or in a hotel. The program is developed to prepare the students to create proper Human Resource strategies by understanding Human resource theories, using the proper tools, analyzing critical situations and being able to suggest proper solutions for intricate Human Resource problems. [+]

Master International Hotel Management - Human Resources and training

This program will teach and train students in hospitality related fields whether it is in a classroom context or in a hotel. The program is developed to prepare the students to create proper Human Resource strategies by Human Resources Management and Training understanding Human resource theories, using the proper tools, analyzing critical situations and being able to suggest proper solutions for intricate Human Resource problems.

At the end of the program the student will also be specialists in employment relations and be capable of developing training programs for the hospitality industry in order to retain talent and assure high performance of the organization. Having a good under-standing of human resource management is extremely important especially in an industry with high turnover and large training and learning needs.... [-]


Master in Human Resources and Organization

Bologna Business School
Campus 12 months December 2017 Italy Bologna

The Master in Human Resources & Organization (MHRO) is a full-time (and full-experience) English program, which aims to prepare graduates, from any discipline, to master organizational design and human resources management challenges in multicultural contexts. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Human Resources 2017. Why do some firms perform better than others? We will answer this question together, however, some experts assure that it depends on strategy and others on technology or products. We will discover that a companies’ performance relies on how top-management teams formulate and implement strategies, how organizations are designed in order to exploit the potential of technologies, and how people collaborate to innovate products and services. Organizations and people are at the center of the stage, both in the world economy and in this program. The Master in Human Resources & Organization (MHRO) is a full-time (and full-experience) English program, which aims to prepare graduates, from any discipline, to master organizational design and human resources management challenges in multicultural contexts. This program is both a Master of Science and Master of Practice, so to speak. While the academic excellence is assured by international-focused academic professors, you will have the opportunity to address different issues working with managers all along the year. Interactive Classes, Leader Lectures, Team Assignments, In-company Workshops, Skill Labs, Career Counseling, 1-month Team Project Work with an HR&O Director, Meetings with the School’s network of Alumni, and a 3-to-4-month Internship provide a unique context for challenging yourself, learning, and starting off a successful career in a business or in a consulting firm. This program is the first Italian Inter-University Master in HRO, thanks to the collaboration of the Universities of Bologna, Ferrara, Modena, and Reggio Emilia. THE MASTER IS AN INVESTMENT. THE HONOR LOAN IS THE WAY TO FUND IT. “PerTe Prestito Con Lode”, a long-term and low-interest honor loan, with no collateral required to cover the full amount of the tuition fee. Partnerships: The Master is sponsored by the European Association for People Management (EAPM) and it is accredited by the Italian Association of Human Resources Management (AIDP). The Association will give the best Project Work Team the “AIDP Award for Bar-Raisers” that consists of a study tour in Europe and a visit to a multinational company for an amount equivalent to €3,000. STRUCTURE The MHRO is a full-time program divided into three terms The program starts with a week-long kick-off and ice-breaking session, which leads into the first term. During the first term, the fundamentals of business and regulation are addressed, in order to provide a managerial mind-set. After students are introduced to key topics in organization and human resources management. In these courses, led by both academic professors and qualified managers and consultants, you learn the main HRO department’ responsibilities and different strategies to address them. Career development is a key part of this program. A qualified career counselor, in collaboration with a leader company in HR&O, will assist you with a variety of services and resources. In addition to the above, there will be a personal development project, simulations and interviews with head-hunters and managers, all of which are part of the career development program. The program includes a 3- to 4-month internship at various companies and consulting firms in Italy or abroad. It is your chance to put into practice the theory and techniques learned during the academic terms. The career development department will assist you to find the internship that is best for you and your development. At the end of the internship you are required to submit a thesis showcasing your core educational activities during both the academic terms and the internship. The thesis will be presented to the Scientific Committee and to the class. The Master program is updated and suited to the market needs thanks to a continuous dialogue between the faculty and the specific Management Committee. [-]

Master in Human Resources and Organization

Marconi University
Campus 12 months October 2017 Italy Rome

The Master in Human Resources and Organization was created to provide a formative course structured for those who aspire to the personnel direction of public and private organizations. It aims to provide the instruments for appropriate management of human capital that can meet the requirements of the current market and, at the same time, enhance the managed resources. [+]

The Master in Human Resources and Organization was created to provide a formative course structured for those who aspire to the personnel direction of public and private organizations. It aims to provide the instruments for appropriate management of human capital that can meet the requirements of the current market and, at the same time, enhance the managed resources. This Master’s offers the opportunity to acquire in-depth comprehension of the most important factors that influence the behavior of people in organizations in order to create new generations of well-rounded and skillful professionals, especially in the areas of: individual and group motivation management evaluation and development of human resources remuneration policy management incentive systems management participatory tools management business cooperation and communication A student is granted a Master’s degree after successfully defending his or her final thesis in front of a panel of judges. Grading is based on a scale of 0-110; 66 is the passing grade and students who obtain full marks of 110 may also be awarded ‘summa cum laude’ (110 e lode). The final thesis of the Master’s program, intended to assess the technical, scientific and professional preparation and competences of the student, requires the completion, discussion and presentation of a written project work during the dissertation. The Master program is modular in form . Once completed, an internship is required, which will conclude with project work. Module 1 – Psychological Area – MRUO_M1 CFU/ECTS 6 – US QC 4.5 This section provides the tools which are required by a professional who is expected to catalyze human resources as an element for speeding up changes in line with the company’s strategic objectives, who is capable of understanding the company’s internal dynamics, who is capable of coping with challenges as well as making the best possible use of his own and company’s resources in order to achieve the company’s objectives. This section consists of four parts: Psychology of Work and Organizations; Group, Motivation and Organizational Behavior; Sociology of Work; Group Dynamics: Theory and Techniques. Module 2 – Business and Organization Area – MRUO_M2 CFU/ECTS 10 – US QC 7.50 This section aims at analyzing in greater detail a few basic concepts which are typical of business logics as well as the main organizational principles which guide them. An attempt is made at describing and reviewing in detail the main issues related to businesses’ analysis and strategic management, to the important role which is played by the management of relations as well as of the internal and external communication processes. The course focuses on the efficacy and effectiveness of information processing which is essential for the organization management as well as for strategic planning. This section consists of four parts: Business Organization; Business Strategy and Policy; Development and Business Communication; Business Information Systems. Module 3 – Management and Human Resources Area – MRUO_M3 CFU/ECTS 7 – US QC 5.25 This section reviews in detail various topics related to human resources as an important strategic element as regards the competitiveness of modern organizations; an analysis is carried out of the various stages involved in the selection and management of human resources, in particular as regards management and wage policies. In addition, this section focuses on the policies that need to be implemented in order to integrate social actors coming from different contexts into the organization. This section consists of four parts: Human Resources Selection; Human Resources Management; Management and Wage Policies; Social Integration Policies. Module 4 – Management and Education Area - MRUO_M4 CFU/ECTS 4 – US QC 3 This area permit to acquire and develop theoric and methodologic knowledge refer programming, design, assessment and management of learning process. The module will provide tools in order to develop professional skills in the fields of adult education, vocational training and continuing education also in the dimension of lifelong learning. This area is divided this area is divided into four parts: Theories of learning; The training design; Methods and techniques of continuous training; Continuous training. Module 5 – Legal Area – MRUO_M5 CFU/ECTS 7 – US QC 5.25 This area wants to deepen the legal aspects that accompany and influence the conduct of economic dynamics within organizations , and how these dynamics affect so organizational structures . Let’s explore some of the issues of labor law and trade union, also in perspective comparatist . This area is divided into four parts: Labor law; Community international labor law; Union law; Labor law in Public Administration. Module 6 – Stage and project work – MRUO_Stage CFU/ECTS 26 – US QC 19.50 The internship aims to provide the tools necessary to intervene on the person and on organizations in the areas of assessment, training and development from the perspective of efficiency / organizational effectiveness , paying great attention to the role of communication and the ability of an individual to integrate the objectives an organization. Finally, will address the issue of intervention in organizations for the development of organizational processes. Learning Objectives The learning objectives of the Master are to: Understand the complex of factors and dynamics that influence strategic and operational management of personnel in public organizations and private entities Obtain the skills necessary for addressing the current issues of personnel management for those work or aspire to work in Human Resources Acquire concepts and tools for the full understanding of the strategies, policies, and instruments of human resource management to support organizational development. Gather and utilize the most widely used praxis and tools through the in-depth analysis of initiatives and experiences in the field Understand the labor market and the following various facets of its organization: The labor market from the legal point of view, linked to the development of industrial and labor relations The organization from the evolutionary point of view, concerning internal and external management models, objectives and communication processes that regulate the complex system of internal relations, organizational environment and corporate identity Change, innovation and knowledge management and the acknowledgment of the training variable as a strategic element of the organization. Outcomes and Professional Profile The Master’s program is structured to provide expert training to prepare students to excel in public/private organizations worldwide. The careers that await the Master in Human Resources and Organization professional are as follows: Human resources director Human resources management expert Personnel selection and evaluation expert Human resources department personnel Vocational training expert Performance analysis and evaluation expert Organizational communication expert Industrial and labor relations expert Project manager [-]

Graduate School of Management (Master's Grande Ecole Degree)

Groupe ESC Troyes in Champagne
Campus Part time 2 - 2 years September 2017 France Troyes

Groupe ESC Troyes in Champagne was created in 1992, is therefore the youngest French Business School. It enjoys all national accreditations (full recognition by the National Ministry of Higher Education and Research, accredited by the “Conférence des Grandes Ecoles” of France, etc.) and has just started application for international accreditation (EFMD + AACSB). [+]

2-YEARMASTER DEGREE

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

As a Graduate School of Management, our mission is not only to train high-potential profiles, but also responsible executives. Beyond the technical skills a school may transfer to its students, our staff is also here to accompany and help students to become respectable, respectful and respected executives. Thanks to a tailor-made curriculum, study periods abroad, student union life and coaching by our teaching staff, you will progressively build a strongprofessional project for yourself and become a young graduate with a brilliant future.

The School is accredited by the French “Conférence des Grandes Écoles ” and is a member of EFMD and AACSB International... [-]


Master of Human Resource Management (Online)

RMIT University: Online
Online Part time 2 years October 2017 Australia Melbourne

Our Master of HR Management will provide you with the tools necessary to contribute to businesses of every scale, from small enterprises to multinational corporations, in an evolving global business landscape. [+]

Our Master of HR Management will provide you with the tools necessary to contribute to businesses of every scale, from small enterprises to multinational corporations, in an evolving global business landscape. You’ll understand how to tackle common and complex HR problems, address issues and critically evaluate real-world situations. You will learn how to: build exceptional teams and take on high-level managerial roles identify and find solutions to legal, ethical, social, economic and environmental challenges focus on applicable workplace principles in a global context develop the strategic knowledge necessary for a successful career in HR management Unlike other human resources degrees, the RMIT Master of HR Management program focuses on relevant case studies applicable to global workforces. Instead of locally-based policy examination and administrative work, we equip you with the formal qualification and specialised skills to manage real workplace issues and grow your organisation, as well as your career. What you will study:
 Key Concepts in Human Resource Management Professional Human Resource Management Practices People and Organisations Employment Law Strategic Human Resource Development Employment Relations from a Global Perspective Contemporary Issues in Strategic Human Resource Management Global Human Resource Management Business Research Design Issues in Diversity Human Resource Management for Entrepreneurship and Innovation 
 And one elective from either of the following programs: Master of Marketing Master of Supply Chain and Logistics Management The benefits of studying online with RMIT Study while you work full-time RMIT’s accelerated online program prepares you for greater career success, while you continue to work full time. This flexible approach to postgraduate study offers more opportunity to carry on with life commitments while advancing your career. Finish sooner You can enrol into any of our six study periods throughout the year; each study period is seven weeks long. So whether you need to fit your study around work, family, or treks through the Himalayas, you can create a timetable that suits you. No on-campus exams or lectures 
While you will have online assessments, the Master of Human Resources Management delivers a convenient online program without the requirement for on-campus attendance and traditional exams. All lecture material and content is delivered direct to you through an interactive online learning platform, wherever you are. Access to world-class academics Our online program is developed and led by renowned academics and industry leaders who possess the most up-to-date knowledge to equip you to tackle management challenges. We’ve simply optimised our on-campus content for the digital classroom to make studying more achievable for busy lifestyles. Work-connected learning 
The driving force behind our program is the industry connections you’ll make while studying. Learn from renowned academics and industry leaders, while guided by a notable advisory board of executives. This means that what you learn can be applied to your work immediately. Dedicated support and assistance Our study concierges are experts in student support and will be with you every step of the way, available to help you throughout your study journey. Students will receive one-on-one guidance, assistance and motivation as well as help you access any tools, resources or services you need, and help you achieve your study goals. Program intakes 6 intakes annually (October, January, March, May, July and September). Nested qualifications In addition, our Master of HR Management encompasses courses that make up our Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma, so if you need to exit the program early, you can earn a postgraduate qualification by successfully completing specified courses. The Graduate Certificate is also a pathway to the masters for some students (see entry requirements). Entry requirements Australian bachelor degree or equivalent, or higher level qualification, in a business (or related) discipline from a recognised tertiary institution; or RMIT Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management. Applicants with a degree in a non-business or related discipline need to apply for the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource. Management to complete the Masters degree in two years accelerated part-time mode. [-]

Master in Human Resource Management (MHRM)

American University of Beirut - AUB
Campus 15 - 18 months October 2017 Lebanon Beirut USA New York + 1 more

The MHRM requires a minimum of 30 credit hours in 9 required courses (27 credits) and one (3 credit) industry project/practicum. The comprehensive industry project is rooted in applying analytical and conceptual skills, knowledge and tools to a real-time strategic HR problem. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Human Resources 2017. Program Overview The MHRM requires a minimum of 30 credit hours in 9 required courses (27 credits) and one (3 credit) industry project/practicum. The comprehensive industry project is rooted in applying analytical and conceptual skills, knowledge and tools to a real-time strategic HR problem. Admitted students not having an undergraduate degree in business will be required to take, prior to enrolling in the MHRM program, two pre-requisite courses (remedial courses) of 3 credits each. Program Delivery Participants normally complete the program in 15 – 18 months depending on their backgrounds. Classes are normally delivered in three full days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) every 3 weeks requiring approximately 1.25 years (15 months) for program completion. For students with non-business backgrounds, the program will require 36 credit hours or approximately 1.5 years (18 months) to complete. The Curriculum The graduate program consists of 9 core courses (3 credit hours each) and 1 comprehensive industry project.to be completed on a modular basis in a 15 month period the courses are as follows: Managing the Recruitment Process(3 Credits) Human Capital Training & Development (3 Credits) Compensation Management (3 Credits) Business Ethics and Sustainability (3 Credits) Leadership & Behavior in Organizations (3 Credits) Strategic HRM and Change Management (3 Credits) Professional HRM Challenges in the Middle East (3 Credits) HRM Best Practices in a Global Context (3 Credits) Organizational Research Design and Methods (3 Credits) MSHRM Project (3 Credits) Students not having an undergraduate degree in business will be required to take, prior to enrolling in the MHRM program, at least two pre-requisite courses (remedial courses) of 3 credits each: Overview of Accounting and Finance The Business Value Chain These students can complete the program in 18 months. Selection/Admission Criteria To be eligible for admission to the MHRM program, an applicant must hold a university degree recognized by AUB , must possess a minimum of two years of business work experience and must satisfy the requirements of the University for admission to graduate study ( including meeting the English Language Proficiency (ELPR) of the University ) Admitted applicants will normally have attained the following : An undergraduate average of at least 80 or equivalent in any major. The undergraduate degree must be obtained from a University recognized by AUB . An applicant is considered for admission on probation if s/he has attained an average between 75 and 80. A minimum of two years of relevant work experience. Experience in the HR field is a plus. A successful personal interview A GMAT or GRE test may be required for applicants who did not meet the GPA requirements. The admission to the MHRM program is competitive and the application will be stronger with a high GMAT or GRE score and with addiotional releant experience. Admitted participants with non-business undegraduate degrees are required to successfully complete two remedial business courses prior to the comencement of the HRM program. [-]

MBA International Human Resource Management

IPAG Business School
Campus 2 semesters September 2017 France Nice

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This MBA course in open to Business and non-Business graduates willing to specialize in International HRM. The aims of the programme are: - Acquire expertise in HR Management - Obtain leadership skills to perform as a strategic Business Partner - Develop skills and knowledge to act as a change agent within an organization - Understand and master the main functional areas and core competencies of HR - Learn how to manage and retain talent in a global environment across borders and cultures Industry visits,HR seminars and mandatory internship are included in the programme as well as the core Business and HR specialization modules. [-]

Master of Social Work in Human Resource Development and Management (MSW)

Christ University Bangalore
Campus 2 years July 2017 India Bangalore

This programme prepares the students to build careers in the HR departments of industries, hospitals, NGOs and other organizations. This two-year course blends the core areas of the field with the emerging trends in the Management of human resources. The curriculum carries some of the foundational and methods papers related to human behaviour, helping... [+]

Best Part time Masters in Human Resources 2017. Master of Social Work in Human Resource Development and Management (MSW) MSW- Human Resource Development and Management (MSWHRDM) is a new programme that is offered by the Dept. of Social Work. This programme prepares the students to build careers in the HR departments of industries, hospitals, NGOs and other organizations. This two-year course blends the core areas of the field with the emerging trends in the Management of human resources. The curriculum carries some of the foundational and methods papers related to human behaviour, helping processes, development, health and human resource. Curriculum engages students on core areas of human resources management related to acquisition, management and development of human resources including areas such as employee empowerment and engagement, employee support and assistantship programmes, corporate social responsibility, work life balance and management, personal and laws related to family and children. An optimal mix of theory and practice orientations is provided in this course. The onus of the curriculum besides knowledge sharing and knowledge creation is on creativity, critical thinking and skills development. An equal weightage is given both to classroom work as well as field based learning. Objectives To develop knowledge and professionalism in the areas of human resource development and management. To develop knowledge and skills in ensuring employees engagement. To develop knowledge and skills in areas of training and development. To develop knowledge and skills on ensuring employee wellbeing. To enhance insights on work conditions, legislative aspects as well as different processes of human resource development in organizations. Highlights Across the four semester students will participate in skill development workshops. Apart from practice skills the students will become familiar with technical skills in areas such as Excel, SAP as well as other analytical software. The mini survey and major research dissertation will be contexted in the industry and will be carried out according to the needs of industry and with the validation of experts in the field. Research problem and the methodology adapted will integrate the theoretical and intervention knowledge of the students. This facilitates the student to develop analytical as well as problem solving skills. Internship Students will have a total of six months of internships altogether in four semesters in the industry and other organizations where HR is being practiced. Student will be facilitated to observe and study the HR practices in depth in different industries / agencies. Planned internship sessions are spread across different months ((I-September, II-January-February, III- April, IV January- February) Assessment and Evaluations All theory papers have end semester written examinations and practical papers (Social Work Practical, Action Project, and Research Project II) will have end semester viva voce examinations/demonstrations. Electives, Skill Lab and Research Project I will have internal evaluations only. [-]

Master of Human Resources Development

Universitas Airlangga
Campus 3 semesters July 2017 Indonesia Surabaya

This study program aims to answer the challenge of the increasing roles of human resources in the current competitive era. Therefore, the development of human resources for improving the performance of both private and public organisations is crucial. [+]

Objective : This study program aims to answer the challenge of the increasing roles of human resources in the current competitive era. Therefore, the development of human resources for improving the performance of both private and public organisations is crucial. Course Description : The program consists of 39 credit, which divides into three semesters. The students must able to design one final research at the end of the program. Furthermore, the program has selected range of courses, including of which, Philosophy of social science, Management of Human Resources Development, Personality development, Theory of Human Resources , Competency development, Training system, Research proposal, Research thesis. The program itself, in addition offers three specific areas, namely: Government area, Industries and business area and Family and society. Outcome :his study program will produce graduates who are able to apply the principles of human resources development both  in the organisation and the community. The graduate will also be able to analyse the individual aspects, organisational and community for improving the performance. Moreover, They will be able to develop models of human resources application. [-]

Double Master’s in Demography and Social Inequality

University of Cologne Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences
Campus 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Cologne

The Double Master’s Programme in Demography and Social Inequality gives students the opportunity to benefit from the outstanding expertise of two top-ranking universities. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Human Resources 2017. In cooperation with the University of Groningen The Double Master’s Programme in Demography and Social Inequality gives students the opportunity to benefit from the outstanding expertise of two top-ranking universities. Participants of the programme spend one year studying at each university and graduate with two master’s degrees: a Master of Sciences in Sociology and Social Research issued by the University of Cologne and a Master of Science in Population Studies issued by the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. The international master's programme focuses on demographic change, population dynamics and the challenges faced by modern societies due to increasing life expectancy, decreasing birth rates and migration. Students will learn to apply advanced social research methods and data analysis, providing necessary tools to deal with current issues such as ageing, social inequality, family, integration and education, among others. Students will have the possibility of acquiring in-depth knowledge of these topics and developing interdisciplinary research skills. Students of the Double Master’s Programme in Demography and Social Inequality complete their first year at the University of Cologne and their second year at the University of Groningen. Students follow a study path that is integrated into the regular course offer of both universities. The programme is based on the mutual recognition of credit points and includes a joint master’s thesis which is supervised by professors at both universities. After successful completion of the programme, students are awarded two degrees: a Master of Science in Sociology and Social Research by the University of Cologne and a Master of Science in Population Studies by the University of Groningen. Key Facts Programme duration: 4 semesters, full-time Programme start: Beginning of October in Cologne Partner university: The University of Groningen ist one of the oldest and most prestigious universities of the Netherlands. The Faculty of Spatial Sciences is one of ten Faculties of the University. Its research focuses on the achievement of well-being through sustainable and socially acceptable spatial transformation as well as innovation. Degrees awarded:Master of Science in Sociology and Social Research by the University of Cologne and Master of Science in Population Studies by the University of Groningen Language: English Tuition Fees: Students pay a social contribution at the University of Cologne during their first year (approx. €260 per semester, including a ticket for the public transport in the area of North-Rhine Westphalia). In addition, students have to pay tuition at the University of Groningen during their second year (approx. €1,980 for EU applicants; for more details on the exact tuition fee, please see the website of University of Groningen). Career perspectives Graduates of the Double Master's Programme of Demography and Social Inequality will be particularly well prepared for careers that require extensive academic knowledge of social research and demography on a national or international scale. Graduates will have developed a deep understanding of the effects of population dynamics on the economy, family life, social cohesion and health. Possible areas of employment include: Research and academic institutions; Local and federal government institutions concerned with economic and social policies; Demographic institutes and statistical agencies; Development organisations; Human resource departments of government institutions or corporations. Application process The application period for the Double Master’s Programme in Demography and Social Inequality runs from early April to 15 May. Applications must be submitted online via the application portal of the University of Cologne. In addition, applicants who have not obtained their bachelor’s degree in Germany or at the University of Groningen must apply via uni-assist online and by post before 1 May. When applying via uni-assist, please select the programme ‘MSc in Sociology and Social Research’ at the University of Cologne. Entry requirements An excellent bachelor’s degree with at least 30 ECTS in Sociology and strong proficiency in quantitative methods in Social Sciences or Empirical Social Research and in Statistics Bachelor final grade equivalent to at least 2.7 (German grading system) English at level C1 (CEFR) or equivalent (TOEFL min. ibt 100; IELTS min. 7.0; Cambridge CAE (B) or CPE (C)) Very good intercultural and social skills Relevant practical experience is desirable Application deadline For applicants with a German bachelor's degree or a bachelor's degree from the University of Groningen: 15 May 2017 For applicants who have not obtained their bachelor’s degree in Germany or at the University of Groningen: 1 May 2017 [-]

Masters Human Resource Management

FOM Hochschule
Campus 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Essen Leipzig Mannheim Munich Neuss Nürnberg Siegen Stuttgart Wuppertal Cologne Hannover Bonn Bremen Dortmund Düsseldorf Berlin Region Frankfurt am Main Hamburg Aachen Münster + 18 more

In Master Programme HR management treat the full range of HR topics. The lecture dine among other things from the scientific [+]

Human Resource Management Master

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

In Master Programme HR management treat the full range of HR topics. The lecture dine among other things from the scientific work of FOM own research institutes: Both the Department of Personnel and Organizational Research under the scientific direction of Prof. Dr. Marco rooms, as well as the Institute for Work & personnel under the scientific direction of Prof. Dr. Ulrike Hellert, let the latest research results in the doctrine incorporated thus ensuring next unconditional actuality a high scientific level of the events. Committed to the optimal transfer between theory and practice, the FOM also binds experts from the business community as a lecturer in the lectures a. The quality of the Master's program Human Resources Management is Professor em. Dr. Willi Küpper from the University of Hamburg as Director of Studies. After completing your studies run the academic title Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Human Resource Management.... [-]


Master’s Programme in Industrial and Employment Relations

Turin School of Development
Online & Campus Combined October 2017 Italy Turin

It aims at developing specialized multidisciplinary knowledge in the field of industrial and employment relations from a comparative viewpoint. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Human Resources 2017. OBJECTIVES General objective Participants will be exposed to international and comparative industrial and employment relations systems with a view to better understanding the implications for the industrial relations systems of today. Specific objectives At the end of the Master’s Programme, participants will be able to: describe the industrial and employment relations systems with a comparative approach; apply tools and methodologies for effective labour-management relations at different levels of the economy from enterprise to the national and international level; advise government, employers’ and workers’ representatives on industrial and employment relations issues. PARTICIPANTS’ PROFILE AND REQUIREMENTS Participants' profile government, workers’ and employers’ representatives; practitioners in the field of industrial and employment relations from the public and private sectors; human resources managers; personnel in human resources departments dealing with industrial and employment relations; labour administration and labour inspection officials; staff from international organizations and United Nations agencies; ILO staff from field offices and technical cooperation projects; graduate students and researchers. Participants' requirements for the Master’s Programme a first university degree (BA) of minimum three years duration;* working knowledge of spoken and written English; ability to use computers and access to the internet. STRUCTURE, METHODOLOGY, CONTENT AND RESOURCES The Master’s Programme will be divided into three phases: Phase 1: Distance-learning from October 2016 to January 2017 (15 weeks) Phase 2: Residential face-to-face phase at the ITCILO campus in Turin from January to April 2017 (12 weeks) Phase 3: Preparation of Master’s thesis from April to September 2017 (21 weeks) Phase 1 includes assignments, self-study and exercises with the assistance of a tutor. Participants will have access to an online platform through which they will learn on an individual basis. They will receive support from tutors with expertise in the subject matter; participate in a forum; use the documentation centre, and network with other participants. This preparatory phase will enable participants with different levels and fields of knowledge to be introduced to the fundamentals and basic concepts relating to industrial and employment relations to reach an adequate and homogeneous level to take full advantage of the residential phase. Phase 2 - the residential phase in Turin - will focus on the following topics: International labour standards and industrial relations Legal sources and institutional framework of industrial and employment relations in Europe Workers’ and employers’ organizations: structure and role Social dialogue and tripartism Collective bargaining machinery; administration and implementation of collective agreements Settlement of labour disputes: conciliation, mediation, arbitration and labour courts Information and consultation at the enterprise level Labour administration and labour inspection Industrial relations systems, competitiveness and public policy Globalization and industrial and employment relations Recent trends in human resources management policies Workplace relations Professors, practitioners and other resource persons will use lectures, case-studies, case law judgments, excerpts of collective agreements and legislation, discussions, group-work and practical exercises to strike a balance between theory and practice and to stimulate interaction with the resource persons and among participants. Phase 3: participants will be required to carry out individual research in their home country for the preparation and submission of their thesis, assisted at a distance by tutors and/or professors. The outline of the thesis to be presented in Turin by April 2016 and completed before September 2016. Study visits Study visits to selected local enterprises will be organized during the face-to-face phase in Turin to provide an opportunity to participants to be exposed to different practices of industrial and employment relations. Documentation Participants will receive documentation to expand their knowledge of the topics. A bibliography and links section will be incorporated into the virtual platform for the distance-learning phase. Faculty The faculty will be selected for its professional experience and subject knowledge. It will consist of academic resource persons and practitioners: Professors from the University of Turin and other renowned universities; ILO and ITCILO experts; Specialist tutors who will support and interact with the participants throughout the programme. DEGREE A first level Master’s Degree from the University of Turin (60 certified university credits) will be issued. The degree will be awarded to the participants who fulfill all of the following conditions: the administrative requirements and documents required by the University of Turin; attendance of training sessions during the residential phase (only participants with at least 95% attendance will be entitled to apply for the degree); submit the assignments within the set deadlines and quality requirements; pass the prescribed examinations demonstrating the level of competence required by the Scientific Committee. PARTICIPATION IN THE MASTER’S PROGRAMME Tuition fees: 8,000 Euros payable by the participant or his/her sponsoring organization. This covers tuition, use of training facilities and support services, routine medical care and medical insurance. Applications for the Master’s Programme Candidates interested in participating in the Master’s Programme should complete and submit the online application form available on this link: http://intranetp.itcilo.org/MSTF/A978534/en Eligibility criteria The selection of participants for the Master’s Programme, as well as the award of partial scholarships, will be made by a Selection Committee consisting of ITCILO and the University of Turin representatives. The selection criteria will include academic and professional qualifications, experience, organization, country of origin, and gender balance. Deadline for applications: 21 August 2015 [-]

Master´s Degree in Education - Area of Specialisation in Training, Work and Human Resources

University of Minho - Institute of Education
Campus October 2017 Portugal Braga

The cycle of studies leading to the Master's degree in Education, Area of Specialisation in Training, Work and Human Resources is a professional cycle of studies organised according to the principles arising from the Bologna Declaration. [+]

The cycle of studies leading to the Master's degree in Education, Area of Specialisation in Training, Work and Human Resources is a professional cycle of studies organised according to the principles arising from the Bologna Declaration. This master's aims at: developing skills of critical analysis of education institutions, organisations, non-formal contexts, training departments and of human resource management, among others, with particular emphasis on the policies and practices of training, work and on the human resource management; providing conceptual and methodological alternative models that contribute to the assignment of other ways to the training, work and management experiences and to the construction of original and theoretically consolidated projects; developing leadership skills of programmes and projects, as well as of education and training departments and of human resource management, and also identification, recognition, validation and certification skills of non-formal and informal learning of lifelong training; and developing research skills in the field of training, work and human resource management. The completion of the first year grants students with a Specialisation Certificate in Training, Work and Human Resources. The successful completion of the master's grants the Master's degree in Education. [-]

MCom/MPhil in Human Resource Management (RD)

University of Johannesburg
Campus Part time 1 - 3 years February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

Students should develop the intellectual and professional skills that provide them with the opportunity to show evidence of independent and original scientific work. This qualification will further provide the student with the opportunity to display competence in the application of related research methodology, the proper written and/or oral communication of the research process and findings, as well as to reflect on the research process and findings. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Human Resources 2017. Students should develop the intellectual and professional skills that provide them with the opportunity to show evidence of independent and original scientific work. This qualification will further provide the student with the opportunity to display competence in the application of related research methodology, the proper written and/or oral communication of the research process and findings, as well as to reflect on the research process and findings. Admission requirements An appropriate Honours Degree in the broader field of Human Resource Management, Industrial Psychology, Human Resource Development or Employment Relations. Students should previously have distinguished themselves as managers or human resource managers with considerable work experience in organisations (minimum of 3-5 years). Students must be computer literate and have Internet access with an Honours module in Research Methodology (NQF Level 8 or 9) and an average of at least 65% for the Honours Degree. Student number constraints necessitate a selection process consisting of a full day assessment centre and psychometric assessments. Duration of programme Full-time: 1 year minimum, 2 years maximum Part-time: 2 years minimum, 3 years maximum Contact details Name: Ms A Ferreira / Tel: +27 (0)11 559 2079 / Email: amandaf@uj.ac.za [-]