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Human Resource Studies: People Management

Study the management of people at work by combining insights from psychology, management studies, sociology and economics. This new English-taught bachelor program will start in September 2018.

BSc Human Resource Studies: People Management

3 years English Starts only end of August

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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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?