Applicants for the MSc in Human Resource Management should have, or expect to hold, one of the following types of degrees:
- Management and Business Studies (especially where students have already studied areas such as organisational behaviour or human resource management), Economics, Social Sciences (for example particularly those with a more qualitative approach such as Sociology, Psychology, Applied Social Science) Law, History, Philosophy, English, Languages Arts or other Humanities subjects.
Work experience is beneficial, but not compulsory. Yet, although work experience is not a compulsory admission criterion, it is always an important asset. We encourage all those who work in management and are interested in developing their careers to apply.
You can find out more about the international qualifications we accept on the main University website.