Human Resource Studies: People Management careers and subsequent Master's programs
The Bachelor's program in Human Research Studies: People Management trains you to become an HR advisor, management trainee, or recruiter, for example. Once you have graduated, you know how to get the best out of organizations and employees. With this Bachelor's degree, you have varied career prospects, depending on your interests and specialization.
Possible jobs Human Resource Studies: People Management
Most students choose to do a Master's program after obtaining their Bachelor's degree. After completing a Master's program, you'll have favorable career prospects with Human Resource Studies: People Management. You will have insights and knowledge in the HR field. Graduates end up in senior Human Resource positions, such as HR manager, consultant, or policy officer. You could work in various types of companies and agencies, including multinational corporations, hospitals, government, and small and medium-sized enterprises.
What can you do with a Human Resource Studies: People Management degree?
- An HR specialist carries out and advises on activities in the field of human resources, personnel and organizational policy. You give advice on policy for employee development, recruitment, and selection, performance interviews, division into positions, assessments, and salaries. As a specialist, you are also responsible for the execution of some HR tasks.
- A policy advisor develops new policies and improves existing policies of a large company based on research data and experience and with the help of experts and specialists. You monitor the implementation of policy and act as a link between management and employees.
Graduates found work at Rabobank, Philips, DHL, Capgemini, Deloitte, ASML, and Ahold N.V.
Subsequent Master’s programs Human Resource Studies: People Management
After getting your Bachelor's degree, you could start looking for a job, but you will significantly improve your chances by doing a Master's program. With Human Resource Studies: People Management, you have a wide range of Tilburg University Master's programs to choose from. Some Master's programs require you to take certain courses during your Bachelor's program in order to be admitted. Make sure to check the application and admission page of the Master's program of your choice. With your Bachelor's degree, you will have access to the following Master's programs at Tilburg University:
Human Resource Studies
Become a human resources expert, specialized in the relationship between work, well-being, and performance. You look for the ideal balance between organizational performance and employee interest.
Organization and Management Studies
Learn how to diagnose organizational problems such as inefficient communication between departments, formulate research-based solutions for these problems, communicate these effectively with relevant stakeholders, and manage the implementation processes.
Sociology: Politics, Policy and Society in Comparative Perspective
Translate important societal questions from both micro and macro perspectives into sociological problems related to politics, social cohesion, and inequality.
Work and Organizational Psychology
Learn how to apply science-based solutions to human problems in work and organizational settings. In this Master's program, you will use business psychology to optimize employee performance, improve work processes and relationships, manage diversity, enhance fairness and equity in teams, and increase subjective well-being in organizations.
Labour Law and Employment Relations (Arbeidsrecht)(LLM)
Integrate labour law, social policy and human resource management to take an international, European perspective on the international labour market.
Research Master in Social and Behavioral Sciences
Become a research expert on individual behavior in different social contexts, such as organizations, peers, and societies. You will study the central theme 'individuals in social contexts' through four different disciplinary lenses, with one track as your specialization: Social Psychology, Organization Studies, Sociology, or Methods and Statistics.
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