Aims of the course
- Applying concepts, principles and theories used in human resource management and talent development contexts;
- Developing, implementing and evaluating HRM specific strategies, policies, procedures and processes that contribute to organizational performance;
- Analyzing regulatory aspects, ethical, health and safety challenges faced in work environment for effective employee and labor relations;
- Evaluating strategic aspects that underpin the role of HRM and managing talent in organization;
- Analyzing frameworks that can be employed for talent development, so that the organization can design, develop and sustain its performance.
- Evaluating and utilizing, models, tools and techniques in HRM and talent development to analyze work situation and develop solutions to an organizational problem;
- Planning and executing independent research in the field of HRM and talent development that engages with stakeholders in an ethical, collaborative, professional and accountable manner.
Core modules are ones that must be undertaken and passed by all students on the course.
Option modules are related to your specific course from which you must choose.
Elective modules are free choice from the WIUT Postgraduate elective catalogue (subject to pre-requisite requirements and availability).
They are or have been in employment where their employed role is in the area of the course and involves a high level of analysis and critical thinking.
If so such candidates will be required to provide evidence of such employment, its nature and level. This evidence will be considered at interview and the decision of the panel (see below) will be final.
Had their first or second degree (or equivalent) taught and assessed in English; or
An IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6 in the writing component or another English Language Test recognised by the University of Westminster;
Applicants must have at least 12 months of full-time paid work experience or equivalent at the start of the academic year. For the purpose of this regulation the academic year runs from 1st October to 30th September.
Applicants will have to be 22 years of age at the start of the academic year. For the purposes of this regulation the academic year runs from 1st October to 30th September.
Applicants who have met the minimum entry requirements will be formally interviewed. The purpose of the interview is to determine the suitability of the candidate to undertake and complete the course. The panel will also consider any equivalent or non-standard admission qualifications. In so doing the Panel may require additional evidence from the candidate to support the candidates request for consideration for equivalency, such as the nature and level of the work experience.The Interview Panel will consist of the Course Leader and a member of the Course Team. A standard process will be followed and notes will be kept as evidence of the interview. The Interview Panel will then decide whether to make a candidate an offer (conditional or
Recognition of Prior Learning