Human Resources Management deals with effective management of workers to achieve the goals of the organization. The objective is to maximize employee performance and is concerned with policies, systems, employee-benefits, employee-recruitment, training and development and rewarding the employees. Specialist courses in HR policy, practice and analytics and strategic HRM are complemented by courses in Accounting, Operations Management and Marketing. Opportunities for the development of a strong portfolio of professional skills lead into a specialist HRM focussed industry-linked consulting project.
With a Masters in Human Resource Management, graduates will be equipped with the skills and knowledge required for a career in fields related to human resource management.
The requirements for a Masters in Human Resources are quite general for all the universities across the world. Listed below are some of the basic ones:
Business Schools require you to give the GMAT which forms the most important part of your application.
Few universities also accept GRE scores in place of GMAT scores.
They also require a minimum 2-3 years of work experience (depending on the program you intend to join).
IELTS or TOEFL is compulsory for acquiring a student visa and as a proof of English proficiency.
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