MSc Human Resource Management

Welcome to the MSc Human Resource Management (HRM) course.

The MSc Human Resource Management teaching and administration team look forward to meeting you when you arrive at the University of Stirling to start your MSc course.

Welcome activities for students starting in October 2020
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SessionDate and timeLocation

Stirling Management School welcome meeting

You are invited to attend the School-wide welcome meeting, where you will be introduced to the School's staff and one another. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Monday 12 October 2020, 10:00

To join this online session, please visit the Flying Start Leadership Programme Canvas page

Welcome to your course

Our Programme Director, Dr Linda Perriton, will introduce you to your selected course. During this session, you will hear in more detail what your programme entails, learn about the advantages of student membership of the CIPD, and have an opportunity to meet the other students on the programme.

Monday 12th October 2020, between 1:00pm and 2:00pm Online

Flying Start Leadership programme

Your Flying Start Leadership Programme will take place during the week commencing 12 October. Your individual schedule will be available to you shortly, but in the meantime, please visit the Flying Start Leadership Canvas page for more information and start interacting with your fellow classmates.

Week commencing 12 October 2020 Online

Got a question? 

If you have any questions about the course, please contact the Programme Administrator, Mr Neil Mclaren, who will be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

msc-hrm@stir.ac.uk

+44 (0) 1786 467311

Course director

Dr Linda Perriton

linda.perriton@stir.ac.uk

Reading list

The most common question we are asked is what preparation you can do before you arrive in Stirling. Your understanding of Human Resource Management will be enhanced if you can see how people issues are part of business. The best preparation for advanced study is to read the business pages of a quality international newspaper in the English language every day. It will help you situate the theories and perspectives we will cover on the course in real life examples, not just in your own country.

Please do not feel that you must buy text books or read academic texts before your arrival. Being well informed about the business news is more helpful.