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The programme is aimed at those who have an organisational responsibility for human resources at an operational, tactical or strategic level and want to enhance the opportunities for professional and career development. Read more
The programme is aimed at those who have an organisational responsibility for human resources at an operational, tactical or strategic level and want to enhance the opportunities for professional and career development.

The main aim of this programme is to enable you to successfully perform effectively as a human resource professional by developing the knowledge, skills and competence required to be an astute and capable HR practitioner.

Through detailed study of business and human resource management (HRM), it offers a balance between the relevant academic concepts, theoretical frameworks and academic knowledge and practical knowledge and skills.

The programme is designed to provide an overall strategic perspective on human resource management and is structured to offer you the opportunity to select areas of specialism.

This programme provides the knowledge required for a professional level of CIPD membership.


The programme is designed to provide an overall strategic perspective on human resource management and is structured to offer the opportunity to select areas of specialism.

Course Content

Core modules:
- Leading, Managing and Developing People
- Performance Management
- Human Resource Management in context
- Developing Skills for Effective use of Information
- Essential Human Resource Management
- Dissertation/Research Report

Optional modules:
-Organisation Design and Development
-Employment Law
-Learning and Talent Development
- Profiting From Diversity
- Organisational Psychology

Successful completion of the programme leads to the award of an MA with graduate membership of the CIPD.

For Fee information see our course page on below.

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This course would appeal to students who enjoy performing arts and are keen to consider their wider significance and are open minded to creatively exploring new possibilities and experimenting. Read more
This course would appeal to students who enjoy performing arts and are keen to consider their wider significance and are open minded to creatively exploring new possibilities and experimenting.

On this course you will explore how the boundaries between drama and dance, performance and life, creativity and work are always shifting.

These shifting boundaries mean that performing is very much a process of adaptation: from idea to stage, from voice to body, from research to practice.

This programme starts with four lecturer-led modules, which provide you with a critical underpinning of performance and research paradigms, and contexts, and then moves to independent study and live performance.

The course encourages you to think of the Performing Arts as both an autonomous art form and as something that can have a range of real-world applications as you translate and adapt stories and experiences into performance.

Course content

You will study a range of modules, which include:

•Approaches to Performance
•Reseach Skills
•Investigating Creativity
•Industry Contexts

You will also be able to participate in projects which seek to consider theoretical models that might facilitate an understanding of real world applications of the performing arts including, but not limited to, the performing arts themselves.

The course concludes with a project led by you, in which you develop either an artistic concept or use ideas explored during the course in a wider social context.

The dissertation/major project will be largely self-directed, and it is anticipated that you will integrate technical and theoretical components from the earlier stages.

The project contains a written componenet, encompasses practice-based research and will specifically link theory to practice. It is expected that you will reflect critically on your experiences of performing, as informed by your own primary research.

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