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About the course

Our MSc in Human Resources Management will give you the skills you need to help organisations of all kinds lead with dynamic, forward-thinking HR. 

We combine engaging academic study with the development of important professional skills that will impress prospective employers. Our course is also accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. 

Outside of the taught programme itself, studying with us also gives you access to exciting talks and valuable networking events with HR leaders, skills workshops and much more. You will also have the opportunity to conduct applied HR research in a real organisation.

We are ranked in the top 10 for business and economics in the United Kingdom by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of a 2:2 UK honours degree (or international equivalent) in either Business Administration, Economics, Human Resource Management, Law or Psychology.

Candidates with a degree in another subject plus at least one year of relevant work experience will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

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Student Profile(s)

Wosilat Aliyu

I started my working life back home in Nigeria at a bank in Lagos after taking a degree in accountancy.
But my job changed and I found myself in human resources. I realised I needed to get the right qualifications and discovered Surrey was a good place to take a Masters in Human Resource Management.
It was a very intensive course with much to learn. Employment law, for example, is complex and very different to the systems in Africa. My dissertation considered if companies regard human resources as important and whether HR professionals are involved in top-level decision-making.
Everyone was very kind and my lecturers and the other staff were so friendly, it was just like a family. I enjoyed meeting students from other cultures and discovered it was good to find out how businesses operate in other countries. During my Masters, I stayed on campus and got involved in university life. I joined the gym and I think the nightlife is great as well! I did a reasonable amount of travelling, including a trip to Paris!


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