This is a critical and research-driven programme that provides an intensive course of study and in-depth knowledge in the field of international human resource management and employment relations. You will:
Gain an insight into the key theories, policies and practices involved Develop the skills to be able to appraise complex and contradictory areas of knowledge Be able to evaluate the appropriateness of the use of qualitative and quantitative research methods in particular contexts Develop a range of personal skills including presentation, argumentation, evaluation, problem solving, teamwork, self-appraisal, and autonomy in the planning and management of learning. Programme outline You will take the following core modules:
Research Methods for Business and Management The State, Market and Society � Critiques and Concepts Comparative Employment Relations International Human Resource Management International Reward Management Managing Diversity Optional modules may include:
Innovation and Global Competition Knowledge and Innovation Management Multinationals and Global Business Occupational Psychology Organisation Theory Qualitative Research Methods Quantitative Research Methods
MSc International Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, 2007
Employment details: Assistant Human Resource Manager Unilever, Pakistan
Impact of degree on career choice and current opportunities: It is really good to have completed my masters degree at Queen Mary - the experience and knowledge I acquired have a lasting positive impact on my analytical and decision making skills.
My responsibilities at Unilever include looking after the contracted human resource component of the manufacturing service providers.
Advice to current students: Maximise your student life experience before you enter into real life where you may have to face many hard times!
good upper-second class degree at undergraduate level (or overseas equivalent)
Recipient: Queen Mary University of London
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