How would HRM Programme Director, Kristina Potocnik, describe the students on her Masters programme? What does she enjoy most about working with them, and why should you choose the MSc Human Resource Management at Edinburgh?
Ethics, talent acquisition and employee electronic chips were the hot topics of the day!
In the second (and final) semester of the MSc Human Resources Management, there are two conundrums for students: “what will my dissertation title be?” and “what career will I pursue”.
In addition to course work, a Masters programme at the University provides the opportunity to really develop your practical skills and boost your career search, something which I have found to be huge benefit.
A group of students from the School – from MSC IBEM, MSc HR and MSc F&I – recently participated in the 6th annual Emerging Markets (EM) forum, an event organized by the London School of Economics Student Union since 2009. As the largest EM student event attracting top guest speakers and students from the best UK Universities, it’s an event not to be missed offering excellent opportunity to network with students from other Business Schools as well as industry practitioners.
I’m just back from the Middle East where I’ve been chatting with prospective postgraduate students – and I was delighted to share with them details of our new MSc International Human Resource Management. It’s proving a popular choice already! Read on to find out more about the programme.
From meeting one of the most enjoyable, diverse and knowledgeable group of classmates and experiencing all that the Business School has to offer, to living in one of the most beautiful & friendly cities in the world. Here’s my insight into the MSc HRM and why it was the right programme for me.
Not all learning has to happen in the classroom. These days it seems the alternatives are endless between online courses, guest speakers, conferences or documentaries. But nothing quite beats the idea of an old-fashioned field trip to a FTSE 100 organisation located in the Scottish countryside.
Dr Tom Calvard, lecturer in Human Resource Management, discusses the benefits of being a professional member of the Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP)