MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management.
Course Type: Postgraduate
Career Path: Business
Course Category: MSc
Awarding body / Certified by: The University of Law
The MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management is designed and awarded by The University of Law and delivered at GISMA’s campus in Berlin. This programme content was designed following the professional standards of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). By studying the MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management, you will get the fundamentals required to work in the ever dynamic world of Human Resources. Free beginner's German classes for all students.
In 2017, The University of Law was awarded a Gold ranking in the UK government-led Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) for delivering consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for undergraduate students – TEF is a UK-wide recognised standard of teaching quality which underpins everything The University of Law represents.
The University of Law connects you to the UK’s largest alumni group of over 64,000 professionals working across the legal and business sectors.
Flexible payment plans available! GISMA offers flexible payment plans that allow you to spread the costs of your programme fees across three instalments.
This is a one year programme (divided into two semesters) with the summer period for your dissertation.
The course will cover the following core modules:
- Leadership and Management Development
- Developing Skills for Business
- Human Resource Management in Context
- Coaching and Mentoring
- Organisational Design and Development
- Leading, Managing and Developing People
- Managing Employment Relations
- Research Methods, Professional Development and Dissertation/ Project
The MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management will be a highly valuable addition to your CV, demonstrating that you are able to succeed in a management or business related role. The Career Centre team at GISMA is available to support you throughout your studies and after graduation.
Your place of study.
Germany is the most popular option for international students looking to study in Europe. It is recognised for its high-quality education and you can experience this with GISMA. According to statistics and data from ICEF monitor.
Berlin is the second largest city in the EU and has a thriving business scene, offering a range of job opportunities to young professionals and graduates. In addition to its rich cultural and political history, it is now becoming famous for its wealth of flourishing tech companies and growing number of successful entrepreneurs. Germany is the most popular option for international students looking to study in Europe. It is recognised for its high-quality education and you can experience this with GISMA.
2:2 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent qualifications
For non-standard entry requirements, please contact us.
English proficiency options: English native speaker /
degree obtained in English / IELTS — 6.5 (5.5 minimum
in each component / Work experience is not an obligatory requirement.
Course Duration. One academic year (full-time)
Campus Base: Yes
The German International School of Management and Administration (GISMA), was founded by former German Chancellor, Gerhard Schröder, in 1999.
GISMA was founded with the purpose of offering internationally recognised academic management education in Germany, allowing students to reap the benefits of an international education offered in a German environment. GISMA was founded with the help of the State of Lower Saxony and several large companies located in and around Lower Saxony, such as Continental, Georgsmarienhütte, Nord/LB, Siemens, TUI and Volkswagen.
Until August 2013, GISMA was operated and financed as a public/private partnership, partially by the State of Lower Saxony and partially by the sponsoring companies, with the political rationale for GISMA to retain management talent in Germany and attract international talent to study and, subsequently, work in Germany. GISMA’s founding basis - the combination of the strong German location and the international focus of the programmes - has remained the guiding principle and rationale for the school’s existence.