HR is complicated when you’re managing a local team, but add in different time zones, cultural differences and laws, and the equation becomes more challenging. But earn an MSc International Human Resource Management from Manchester Metropolitan University Global Online, and you will gain the right skill set to navigate through all these challenges and manage the intricacies of a global workforce, whether you’re looking to start your career in the sector or secure an international role.
Taking an international approach to a whole host of key areas, from business strategy to performance and reward, you will develop a holistic view of HR and learn how to think strategically – ‘big picture’ skills that are essential for career progression. And you’ll have the chance to develop ‘real-world’ projects based on your own workplace requirements too, giving you the opportunity to put theory directly into relevant practice.
No matter where you live or work, this online International Human Resource Management masters will help you learn from the latest research and explore real HR issues. You will graduate in as little as two years with the in-depth knowledge and skills that organisations who compete on a global scale require, without needing to travel anywhere to study.
Delivered by the Manchester Metropolitan University Business School – part of an elite group of business schools worldwide to achieve the prestigious trio of accreditations from EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA, the course has flexibility and student support at its heart, giving you the freedom to balance study with your existing work, life and family commitments.
There are six intakes annually for this course, with programmes starting in January, March, May, July, September and November.
Units may typically include:
- Leading, Managing and Developing People (15 units)
- Developing Skills for Business Leadership (15 units)
- Employee Engagement (15 units)
- Research Methods (15 units)
- HR in Context (15 units)
- International HRM (15 units)
- Global Resourcing and Talent Management (15 units)
- Performance (15 units) or Reward Management (15 units)
Dissertation and assessment (60 units)
As part of the Global Online MSc in Human Resource Management programme, you’ll be required to produce a 15,000-word dissertation. The course is vocational in assessment, which means you’ll also be able to draw on your experience and complete ‘real world’ projects within the workplace throughout.
For full details of the content within each module please download our MSc International Human Resource Management factsheet.