University postgraduate or graduate degree or diploma, or Technical Engineering qualification
To have professional experience is mandatory for those with a diploma or technical engineering qualification and highly appreciated in the case of those in possession of a Bachelor’s degree.
Basic knowledge of business and economic course content
Such knowledge must be accredited by the relevant degree or diploma. Those unable to prove this knowledge must take the 20 hour course, “Introduction to Business Matters” and pass the exam at the end of the course; candidates with professional experience who cannot prove basic economic knowledge are exempt from taking the course, but must pass its final exam in order to be admitted on to the programme.
- Those who are interested in working in human resources management. The Master’s will help them complete their initial training by providing the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for becoming a HR manager.
- Human Resources professional who want to up-date their knowledge and learn about new tendencies in the HR area; and those specialised in specific aspects of HR management who wish to extend their field of expertise.
The programme design ensures a balance between these two profiles (participants with and without experience) and guarantees to give maximum value to each participant.
The educational background of participants is extremely varied and enriches the programme by providing distinct points of view for problem-solving. The common dominator is that all participants enjoy direct contact with people.