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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.

The University of Stirling Management School will be running a number of events in September to help you settle in quickly and see how we can help you with your studies.

Some of these events are lectures that give an overview of the Stirling Management School in addition to a specific induction lecture on the MSc HRM. These lectures provide important information and attendance is compulsory.

Stirling Management School Induction Lecture

Monday 9 September 2019
10:00-12:00
Logie Lecture Theatre

MSc International Human Resource Management Induction Lecture

Monday 9 September 2019
13:00-15:00
Lecture Theatre B4

Please do not register for your modules until you have attended the course induction meeting.

At the induction lecture you'll get to meet your classmates and some of the academic staff who will be guiding your studies for the rest of the year. The Course Director will explain the structure of the course, discuss what is expected from you and take any questions about what you expect from us

If you find that you cannot make this lecture because of travel or visa delays then please let us know as soon as possible by email.

E-mail: msc-hrm@stir.ac.uk

Please check this important induction website again soon for further information regarding the start of semester.

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.

Timetable

Your confirmed timetable for the first few weeks at Stirling will be available at the start of September. We will go through this information in more detail at the Induction Lecture.

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