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Human Resource Management MSc

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Study mode

Full time


1 year

Start date


Key information

Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Human Resources Management

Course type


Course Summary

Specialise in HR and learn about managing people in organisations. You’ll gain knowledge of contemporary employment issues in a changing world of work.

Develop your managerial, leadership and interpersonal skills. You’ll graduate prepared for a range of careers in human resource management.

Learning and assessment

You’ll be taught and assessed by a variety of methods and it will vary between units. These methods are designed to promote in-depth learning and understanding of the subject.

You will experience a broad balance between different forms of assessment: individual and group assignments, as well as examinations. The work required may include written submissions, live presentations and recorded videos. Assessment on the course has been designed to support your professional development in important business and practical skills.


Develop effective people, cultural and work strategies for managing human resources in an international context. You?ll learn to recognise the significance and complexities of people management in a changing world of work.

Tuition fees

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Entry requirements

2:1 or above (or international equivalent) undergraduate degree. Your degree can be in any discipline but must include an appropriate level of business, management, organisation or psychology content.

University information

The University of Bath is one of the UK’s most prestigious institutions, known for excellence in teaching and research, a welcoming community, and for providing students with outstanding preparation for the workplace or enterprise. Bath’s inclusive learning community comprises students representing more than 100 countries worldwide. There are over 19,000 students in total, of which 5,000 are postgraduates and around a third are international...more