MSc Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations
MSc Human Resource

Management and Industrial Relations

Course overview

People are at the heart of any organisation, so the ability to manage and develop employees, ensure their welfare and understand changing employment legislation is essential to IT Business survival. You will graduate as a well-rounded human resources practitioner with exemplary knowledge and relevant hands-on experience.

Student experience

Student view

The element of industrial relations in this course was very useful, especially if someone wants to work in a coordinated market economy with strong trade unions and works councils. Both courses - industrial as well as comparative industrial relations - give a good overview about the distinctive features of the different industrial relations system in different countries.

Constantin Schmidt, Class of 2011

2014 course profile These figures are for 2014 entry and can vary each year.

538
47
applications
enrolled
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17%
83%
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female
Age range: 21-33
Nationalities: 7

Career prospects

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