The MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management 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.

This programme will have the option to start online for all 2020 intakes. Students will learn in a virtual classroom, which is a live learning experience and allows for interaction with the tutor, as well as the ability to work in student groups. Students will then have the option to complete the programme in Germany once they are able to travel.

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.

*Available for 2020 intakes only, terms and conditions apply.

Accreditation, rankings and important information

The University of Law is the UK's longest-established specialist provider of legal education with an employability rate of 97%*.

*97% of full-time LPC students that graduated in summer 2014 and 2015 were in employment within nine months.

Who is the MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management for?

The programme is ideal for those looking to develop a career in strategic human resource management on a global scale.

How will you learn?

The programme is delivered at GISMA with a real-business focus where you have the chance to learn not only in the classroom but also outside it. We make sure you develop your professional skills putting them in practice through case studies, simulations, learning videos, reading materials, events and feedback.

Through GISMA’s partnership with the University of Law, you will also gain access to The University of Law’s online library facilities and resources from the Chartered Management Institute, and The Financial Times.


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 can 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.

Graduates often consider the following options if they wish to continue their studies:

  • PhD
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI) postgraduate qualifications
  • Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development’s (CIPD) postgraduate qualifications

Employability

The University of Law is a prestigious university in the UK with an employability rate of 97%*. 

  • Germany has the 4th best graduate starting salary at £40,650** in Europe, with a growing economy 
  • Germany has the 2nd best unemployment rate in the EU, at 3.1%***

*97% of full-time LPC students that graduated in summer 2014 and 2015 were in employment within nine months.

**Business Insider 

***Statista

 


Fees and funding

Please contact a programme consultant for more details on how to apply.

Tuition fee - €15,000

 

Flexible payment plan

GISMA offers flexible payment plans that allow you to spread the costs of your programme fees in up to six instalments. A refundable* deposit of €2,000 is required to secure your place, and the remainder of the tuition fee is to be paid after the start of programme in accordance with your payment schedule.

You will be eligible for a discount of 0.5% off the total fee if the payment of the entire tuition fee is completed before the first instalment due date.

Payments are accepted by bank transfer, or via one of our payment partners – Transfermate and Stripe. If you have any queries regarding payment options, please speak to a programme consultant.

*Terms and conditions apply.

A specific payment plan for you can be agreed with GISMA and only the deposit is the fixed amount that is required. Should you be granted a scholarship, the tuition fee schedule will be adjusted accordingly.

 

Entry requirements

  • Qualifications: 2:2 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent qualifications.
  • English proficiency: an English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or above with a minimum of 5.5 in each component.
  • Non-standard entry: non-standard applicants are welcome to apply at GISMA. Applicants without a bachelor's degree may apply if they possess at least 5 years' managerial experience. For more information and details on the non-standard application process please contact an advisor today for more information.

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The University of Law is a prestigious university in the UK with an employability rate of 97%

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Connect with over 64,000 professionals working across business and legal sectors

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4th Best Graduate starting salary at £40,650*
in Europe, with a growing economy

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SCHOLARSHIPS OF UP TO 33%* AVAILABLE!


  • Full-time
  • Berlin
  • 1 Year
  • Oct 2020 | Jan, Apr, Jun, Sept 2021
  • € 15000 per course

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64,000


Connect with 64,000 professionals working across legal and business sector

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Study with an international student cohort with over 40 nationalities 

€40,000


Earn up to €40,000**, the average graduate salary in Germany 

**Business Insider 

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After successfully graduating, you will be entitled to apply for an 18 month post-study residence permit 

I really liked the fact that it was condensed into one year which was easier for me in terms of getting back into full time employment afterwards. I like that the modules have a European slant, making me more employable in a multinational environment.

Emma Jane Scott - Msc Leadership and Human Resource Management

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