Management (Human Resources) BSc

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Management (Human Resources) BSc

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    Key Information

    • Study Level:

      Bachelor

    • Duration:

      3 Years

    • Study Mode:

      Full Time

    • Tuition Fees EU/EEA:

      £ 9,250 Per Year

      These fees apply to students from the EU/EEA

    • Tuition Fees International :

      £ 23,000

      These fees apply to students from outside the EU/EEA

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    Course Summary

    The Human Resources / Management program at the University of Manchester is a great choice for students who want to understand how businesses manage personnel. In addition to Human Resources content, you’ll explore basic business skills and gain a solid sense of how HR issues are handled both in the UK and abroad. You’ll learn about organisational psychology and organisational analysis, and will pick up the people skills that you’ll need to work effectively in this field.

    The Management for Human Resources BSc program is one of several flexible management degree programs Manchester offers. Because they share a common core curriculum, you can easily switch between the different management specialties any time before beginning year 2. This allows you to spend the first year exploring the field generally before committing to a specialisation. However, you’ll need to pass at least 40 credits f hR-specific modules in year 2 and 60 in year 3 to qualify for the specialisation.

    If you are changing direction after starting in another career area, you will possess valuable work experience and professional awareness. Many employers actively seek candidates with these benefits. Our network of contacts, a dedicated employability service and a reputation in the legal profession mean we also have an outstanding track-record of finding students legal employment.Many employers favour GDL students in an increasingly competitive legal job market. Through studying another degree subject, you will have gained many transferable skills. By taking the conversion route into law, you are showing motivation and determination by choosing law at a later stage than some others. This looks good to employers.

    If you are changing direction after starting in another career area, you will possess valuable work experience and professional awareness. Many employers actively seek candidates with these benefits. Our network of contacts, a dedicated employability service and a reputation in the legal profession mean we also have an outstanding track-record of finding students legal employment.Many employers favour GDL students in an increasingly competitive legal job market. Through studying another degree subject, you will have gained many transferable skills. By taking the conversion route into law, you are showing motivation and determination by choosing law at a later stage than some others. This looks good to employers.

    Course Outline

    Year 1:

    Year one will see you learning about work psychology as well as accounting, finance and economics. This will give you the business grounding you need to make good choices about your intended specialty later.

    Year 2:

    In year 2, you’ll either commit to specialising in Human Resource Mangement or remain a generalist. You’ll take a total of 120 credits worth of units, primarily from within your specialty. However, Human Resources specialists will also take modules on Law.

    Year 3:

    Your last year will see you taking 60 more credits worth of Human Resource Management modules, and the remaining 60 from the non-specialised Management list.

    As you develop your specialty, you’ll also learn to capitalise on the University of Manchester’s reputation for educational excellence and their extensive network of business partners and allied organisations. The fact that Manchester alumni are highly placed in many organisations all over the world will help as well.

    Learning & Teaching

    Classes at the University of Manchester’s Management (Accounting and Finance) program rely on the same formal lecture classes, tutorial sessions and small seminars as most programs. They also rely heavily on workshops and both group and individual study. Expect to devote 6 hours of work for each module taken each week, both in class and out.

    Career Possiblities

    Graduates of the University of Manchester’s Management (Accounting and Finance) BSc program have gone on to begin careers as management trainees, internet consultants, HR graduate analysts and audit graduates. Recent graduates have gone on to work for companies like Tesco, Microsoft, KPMG, Deutsche Bank and Balfour Betty. Many others, however have opted to take further advanced degrees. Some are studying at the University of Lausanne, the University of Jiao Tong, and the London Business School.

    Entry Credit

    The University of Manchester’s Management (Human Resources) BSc program requires 3 A Levels at AAB or better, or their international equivalent. One of these can be replaced with a set of 3 AS Levels, but only if all were taken in year 13.

    International students must be fluent in written and spoken English. This can be demonstrated with an IELTS score of 6.5 overall (and no segment scoring below 6), or a GCSE English Language grade of B.

    They must also have academic accreditation equivalent to that required for UK and EU students.

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