QA Higher Education are excited to announce an addition of two new specialist pathways in Human Resource Management and Data Analytics to our existing MSc International Business with Ulster University.
The pathways offer students the opportunity to specialise in two dynamic and growing sectors, whilst developing their core competencies and understanding of business theory in an international context.
As organisations are operating in an increasingly competitive environment to attract, retain and develop staff, the need for an effective, rewarding and ‘fun’ human resources offer are becoming ever more important. The new Human Resource Management pathway equips students with the knowledge and expertise to enter this exciting field and begin a rewarding career.
What’s more, in the digital age where the power of data has led some analysts to believe it has overtaken oil as the world’s most powerful resource – businesses and organisations around the world are looking for specialists to grasp opportunities in data analytics and business intelligence to open new markets, improve existing operations and drive efficiency.
Commenting on the launch, Marketing and Recruitment Director Nick Miller said “We’re delighted to be able to offer students the opportunity to specialise in the growing and dynamic fields of Human Resource Management and Data Analytics, with an option to study in London or Birmingham. These new pathways are an exciting addition to our established and successful MSc International Business with Ulster University and we look forward to welcoming our first cohort.”
The new pathways will be available as an Extended MSc, where an initial semester of preparation study will grant entry to the Masters, and also with Advanced Practice which offers an excellent opportunity to put theory to practice through an internship or project.
The pathways will be available to study from September 2019 in both London and Birmingham with additional intakes in January and May.
For more information please visit the course pages below: