BSc Human Resource Management (HRM)

Aston University
A Birmingham (Inghilterra)

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  • Postgraduate
  • Birmingham (Inghilterra)
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This degree examines the role of the individual in an organisation as well as aspects of organisational structure culture and change.

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Requisiti: Why choose this course? Focus your study on  contemporary human resource management issues including leadership, globalism and employment law Professional work placement which gives you the opportunity to gain real world experience and enhance your graduate prospects Develop your understanding of the psychology of individuals and teams in business environment


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West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inghilterra
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Resource Management
IT Management


4 year with integrated placement year / 3 year course without integrated placement year option only available for non-EU students

UCAS Code: N600

Typical offers:
A Levels: AAB - ABB 
IB: 35/34 points. Minimum scores of 6, 6, 5 at Higher level. Minimum scores of 5 in English and Maths at Standard level.
BTEC, Access & other: BTEC National Diploma DDD. Access to HE students are eligible to apply for this course.

Further requirements: 
GCSEs grades A*- C to include:
GCSE Maths – grade C
GCSE English – grade C
Please note that General Studies does not contribute towards the UCAS points requirement but is welcomed as an additional qualification..

Tuition fees: £9,000 (£1,000 during placement year) for UK/EU students. £13,800 for International students (2016). More on fees

Understanding the human side of organisations is central to their performance and effectiveness. As organisations change, grow, divide, develop and operate internationally, professional knowledge of the part played by their people is essential at both operational and board levels.

Our degree course considers how people, processes and structures interrelate. It focuses on the crucial part played by individuals and groups in organisation processes, such as decision making, planning and managing new technology. You will develop an appreciation of the central importance of human resource strategies for all organisations.