The global online International Human Resource Management postgraduate course offers a holistic overview of the subject, with topical coverage on global resourcing and talent management. It provides a global context and gives you the chance to understand the inner workings of a business with top level decision making.
Our HRM Masters programme is rich in benefits and gives you the opportunity to:
Our summer school runs over five days and offers three days of general executive development activities, followed by two days of programme specific activities. A full programme can be issued on request. (*T&Cs apply)
This course has been specifically designed to be completed within two years and complements your existing work/life commitments with a recommended study week of 20 hours.
The global online International Human Resource Management course is vocational in assessment and allows you to draw on your experience and real world projects within the workplace.
In order to attain professional CIPD accreditation, two of your eight units will be assessed by an unseen examination. (Pending accreditation in June 2017).
You will also be required to produce 15,000 word dissertation.
Due to professional body requirements, this course differs from standard University Assessment Regulations in that all units must be passed and no compensation is permitted.
Our team of committed and enthusiastic academics and researchers are on hand to provide you with study support.
Your MSc International Human Resource Management programme lead is:
Dr Cecilia Ellis:
Dr Cecilia Ellis is responsible for all Human Resource Management programmes within the Department of Management at Manchester Metropolitan Business School and has taught across a range undergraduate, postgraduate and professionals programmes.
She graduated with an MSc in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations at UMIST in 1997 and went on to experience a wide range of operational and strategic HR roles within the public and private sectors.
She became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) in 2008 and continues to be an active member, supporting the CIPD national marking team.
Cecilia's research interests are in employment relationships, the psychological contract and redundancy. Her PhD was an investigation into the implications of a workplace closure decision for the psychological contract.Details of departmental staff can be found at: https://www2.mmu.ac.uk/business-school/about-us/our-staff/pp
Paying for your HRM Masters programme is naturally a key consideration. Here we explain how you can pay, what you get for your money and the many different routes of funding you can use.
Our course fees are set at £13,308 (*T&Cs apply), this includes:
Manchester Met Scholarships & Funding
The Business School funds a number of Scholarships for UK, EU and international students. These scholarships take the form of a reduction in your tuition fees. Please check the full terms and conditions of your chosen scholarship before applying.
Our Scholarships include:
The Government have launched a new postgraduate loan scheme for students wishing to enrol on a masters programme. Students can apply for a non-means tested loan of up to £10,000 to help you fund your studies. You will not need to make any repayments during your studies, and these repayments will be based on your income to ensure they stay manageable.
Please visit our Postgraduate Loan Scheme page for further information.
The University wants you to have a great learning experience whilst studying at Manchester Met. Before you commence your studies there are a few finance options that we need to make you aware of:
You must pay your first module via the University preferred payment method called “Flywire”.
Flywire is a secure global payment portal offering the following options:
To pay your module go to the secure online Flywire portal: www.mmuonline.flywire.com making sure that you include your student number, your Manchester Met email address and the name of the module that you are paying for in the text box provided.
Once you have made your first payment then the following options apply:
If you are paying your own fees, you must pay each module at least 10 days before starting your next module (as each module runs concurrently).
You will be sent an email before you are due to commence each module, providing a dedicated web link to the Flywire Payment Portal. You will not be able to commence the next module until payment has been made in full.
If you are sponsored by an employer or another approved sponsor, then they must pay through Flywire at least 10 days before you start your next module. They must ensure that your unique student number is quoted with all payments.
If the sponsorship is withdrawn, you will be expected to pay any outstanding balances and future modules yourself.
All invoices and correspondence will still be sent to you.
England & Wales PG Loan: - You will be classed as a self-paying student and payments should be made through Flywire as indicated above
Northern Ireland / Student Awards Agency Scotland - Depending on the value of the loan awarded, you may need to pay some part your fees through Flywire (if you are not receiving a full loan). The loan amount will be paid direct to the University. You will then be advised how much you must pay directly to the University.
If funding is withdrawn for any reason by Student Finance, you will be expected to pay each module yourself.
This online prospectus provides an overview of our programmes of study and the University. We regularly update our online prospectus so that our published course information is accurate and up to date. Please note that our programmes are subject to review and development on an ongoing basis. Changes may sometimes be necessary. For example, to comply with the requirements of professional or accrediting bodies or as a result of student feedback or external examiners’ reports. We also need to ensure that our courses are dynamic and current and that the content and structure maintain academic standards and enhance the quality of the student experience.
Please check back to the online prospectus before making an application to us.
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