This Masters Stage Award is ideal if you already hold a Graduate Membership (Postgraduate Diploma equivalent) from the CIPD, or have demonstrated that you meet the knowledge requirements, as in most cases, it allows you direct entry to the Masters stage.
The programme is delivered as a part-taught provision. The focus is on strategic integration of human resource management through application via the Dissertation and Supporting Research Methods workshops.
Whether you have worked in HR for a number of years or have recently moved into HR, and wish to progress into more senior management positions, this course will provide academic coherence and theoretical underpinning to the work you have been undertaking.
Assessment is 100% coursework
To study MSc Masters Stage you will need:
- A pass in a relevant Post Graduate Diploma HR/M/D or possess CIPD PDS/PQS or PAC award
- In addition, non-native English speakers require an IELT score of 6.5, written 6.0.
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- Senior position in Human Resources Management or Development - such as HR Director
- Senior management
- Strategic management in Human Resources
Study a course professionally approved by the CIPD
Benefit from our strong links with the CIPD, the leading organisation for human resource professionals and managers of people. Attend regular on-campus events held by the CIPD local branch and gain insight from fellow advanced HR practitioners. Enhance your professional network and aspire to become a Chartered Member or Fellow of the CIPD.
Broaden your learning opportunities
Study alongside like-minded, experienced HR professionals from different commercial backgrounds, sharing your ideas and experience of unique organisational settings. Benefit from this broad international HR community, which can advance your professional practice by adding breadth of perspective to your learning
Combine study with work
With the Postgraduate Diploma, complete your studies part-time in two years with block delivery of one afternoon / evening per week, allowing you to combine studying with work. Gain credit for CIPD modules achieved at other institutions through Accreditation of Prior Learning.