BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management
In our bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management (HRM), students will have the opportunity to learn the skills that are essential for managing people and organisations. The degree will prepare students for the professional challenges they will likely face in an HRM role. Due to the transferable nature of the degree, graduates will be able to apply for positions in a wide range of industries.
UKCBC offers this programme as part of a franchise partnership with the University of West London (UWL). Students are expected to fulfil all the admission requirements prescribed by UWL, and admissions are subject to final approval by UWL. Students are expected to adhere to the relevant rules and regulations of UWL, in addition to the regulations of UKCBC.
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|Programme Title||BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management|
|Awarding Body||University of West London|
|Level||Bachelor of Science|
|Mode of Study||Full-time|
|Campuses||Liverpool Street; Gants Hill|
Why Choose the BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management?
The Human Resource Management bachelor’s degree has been designed to give students a wide range of job opportunities upon graduation. This degree is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, which acts as a guarantee of industry relevancy.
In addition, the HRM BA is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, which acts as a guarantee of current and future professional relevancy.
- IT and HRM
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Society
- Thinking HRM
- Getting to Know Accounting for HRM
- Influencing Stakeholders
- HRM and Global Business Environment
- Employment Law
- HR Professional Practice and Service Delivery
- International Resourcing and Talent Planning
- Global Perspectives in Rewarding People
- Psychology and Employee Engagement
- Research Methods
- Strategic HRM and Organisation Development*
- Leadership and Change Management*
- Contemporary Development in Employment Relations*
- Consultancy in HRM
- Knowledge Management
- Emerging Issues in HR Development
- Creativity in the Workplace
- Managing Small and Medium Sized Enterprise
BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management Entry Requirements
As a potential student of the BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management, you will be expected to have an interest in HRM and be able to demonstrate your motivation for the subject, and have any of the following academic qualifications in order to join:
- A recognised level 3 qualification from the UK, or
- Any level 3 international qualification (compared through Ecctis)
Mature students (over 21 years of age) that do not have level 3 qualifications will be expected to have an interest in HRM, be able to demonstrate their motivation for the subject, and complete:
- An interview
- An assessment test
- An admission assessment form (RPEL)