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Human Resource Management MSc

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Full time | University of Worcester | 1 year | SEP

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

What makes Human Resource Management MSc at Worcester special?

The course is designed to develop your Human Resource Management understanding and skills. The themes of internationalisation, employability and sustainability are central to the programme and the international context will be at the forefront in all modules, allowing you to explore and investigate the core content in a multicultural and global setting.

You will have the opportunity to study alongside students with diverse backgrounds to encourage cross-learning and be exposed to different practices of employment relationship from around the world. International business context will be provided through links to live case studies to enable you to gain an appreciation of real business situations. You will also have the option to choose an internship pathway to gain a further understanding of relevant practice.

Sustainability and sustainable development will be explored throughout the course to enable you to develop a critical understanding and awareness of operating as a leader in sustainable and ethical business.

Key features

  • Scholarships and Discounts for international students, based on their grades
  • Opportunities to work with senior academics who have extensive experience in Project Management
  • Gain Human Resource knowledge and skills to manage in a range of national and global settings
  • Develop the ability to apply knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management to complex issues, both systematically and creatively
  • Opportunities to experience relevant practice through the internship pathway option
  • A flexible design allowing two entry points, in September and January

Where could it take you?

Graduate destinations

The job market for the MSc in Human Resource Management is strongly affected by the state of the global economy and includes a wide range of employers, with areas such as the UK Public Sector & NHS, software companies and publishing houses amongst some of the more recent employers.

Student employability

Employability is a key element of the philosophy of the MSc in Human Resource Management course design. The course is structured around producing competitive graduates ready for the current challenges of the job market. They are taught a wide range of current and relevant topics and trained to exhibit the best attributes and qualities of critical, open-minded, inclusive and skilful individuals. Besides, the international nature of the candidates, the diversity of expertise and backgrounds together with the UoW commitment to the sustainability agenda will play a crucial role in shaping the learning experience and the qualities of the graduates which will have a profound impact on their employability.


Leadership and Change Management - Core
International Human Resource Management - Core
Engaging the Diverse Workforce - Core
Coaching and Mentoring - Core
Managing Corporate Reputation - Core
Research Methods - Core
Research Project (Dissertation) (60 Credits) - Core

Tuition fees

UK fees
Course fees for UK students

For this course (per year)


Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)


International fees
Course fees for non-UK/ international students

For this course (per year)


Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)


Entry requirements

An honours degree at 2:2 level or above in any subject (or International students holding a qualification recognised as equivalent by the University).