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The University of Law: Human Resources with Employment Law

Institution The University of Law View institution profile
Department The University of Law Business School
Study type Taught


Advance your career in Human Resource Management or International Human Resource Management with our business Master’s programme

Our business Master’s in Human Resources with Employment Law will give you a broad understanding of the most important concepts of human resource management, while also enabling you to specialise in the legal aspects of HR management and employment, giving you a competitive edge in the job market. Structured with an emphasis on meeting industry developmental needs, and with a strong focus on your future employability, upon completion of this course you will be well placed to take your career to a senior level.

*Subject to further accreditation approval. We’re in the process of applying for CIPD accreditation with The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, meaning you will graduate with an industry recognised standard of excellence.

Whether you’re already an established HR professional, just starting out in the sector or changing career, our business Master’s course in Human Resources with Employment Law will prepare you to develop your career as an HRM leader, manager, general manager, or an HR business specialist.

Through this course you will develop an advanced understanding of human resource management across a variety of organisational settings, taking into account how national and international contexts impact upon people management. You will develop your professional skills, including mediation and will also have opportunities to work with professional bodies and employers.

This course is accredited by the CMI (Chartered Management Institute) so upon successful completion of the course, you will have the option to apply for a CMI Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership as well as your degree.

Your learning experience is important to us at The University of Law Business School, and that’s why this course is taught by experienced business professionals in workshop-style classes to ensure you can benefit from greater interaction with your lecturers. We emphasise practical based learning and relevant real-life application, and you will apply theoretical concepts and models to real life business case studies.

Should you be unable to complete the full corporate governance and ethics programme, you may still be awarded a Diploma or Certificate depending on terms completed.

Professional Development Module Helping you become more employable is our priority and that's why we have a Professional Development module built-in to this course, including one to one professional coaching and a bespoke Personal Development Plan. You will also have access to our experienced Employability Team from day one to beyond graduation as a member of our business school alumni.

Master of Science - MSc (PG)


The University of LawThe University of Law is the UK’s longest-established specialist provider of legal education and training in the UK. Their expert employability service gives students access to work experience, pro bono op­portunities and legal vacancies as soon as they accept their place.

An established history in education
ULaw has trained more practicing lawyers than anyone else in the UK.

Flexible learning
As a ULaw student you’ll be able to study flexibly to suit your needs. They offer many of their courses full-time, part-time day, weekend or evening, as well as online. What’s more, with 17 locations in 15 cities across …

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