BSc Human Resource Studies: People Management
In the Bachelor's program in Human Resources Studies: People Management, you will study the human side of business (people management). You will focus on the performance and efficiency of organizations as well as the well-being of employees. People, work and management issues are approached from different disciplinary perspectives: psychology, sociology, economics and management studies.
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Short overview of BSc Human Resource Studies: People Management
Program and courses
Why this program in Tilburg?
On top of your Bachelor's
After your Bachelor's
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Student for a day Bachelor's programs: April 10-18
Do you want that last confirmation if the program you like is really the right one for you? Or are you still comparing programs, and ready to get to know one program better? Becoming a student for a day helps you to take the next step in your study choice process. In the period from April 10 until April 18, 2019 you can join the Student for a day-sessions of the program(s) you are interested in.
09:15 - 16:45
Open day Bachelor's programs
On Saturday October 26, 2019 you can get to know our international Bachelor's programs and the place where you will possibly study in the future.
Are you and Human Resource Studies: People Management a match?
- Do you like a study with a clear focus on the area of Human Resource Management, work and personnel during your full study trajectory?
- Are you interested interested in understanding contemporary people, work and management issues from multiple perspectives, like psychology, sociology, economics and management studies?
- Would you like to work in an international context and have a good understanding of the nature of comparative labor relations in the European context?
- And would you like to advice managers about evidence based interventions to improve the performance of organizations and the well-being of workers?