International Human Resources Management [iHRM]
The Master Programme in Human Resources Management is designed and promoted by GEMA Business School and is tailored for those who have a strong interest in international aspects of Human Resource Management. Informed by current research, advanced scholarship and professional practice the programme offers an opportunity to extend and develop skills, knowledge and critical abilities so the students will broaden and expand their personal skills in communication, presentation, research, critical analysis and problem solving.
The Programme is issued in collaboration with the University of Greenwich in London (UK) and consists in a period of 4 months to spend in London from January to May. Students will attend courses at Greenwich taught in English by the Faculty of the University and have to take a final evaluation to pass.
GEMA Business School
Was founded in Rome (Italy) in 1982 and is specialized in planning and delivering educational programs in business areas such as HR Management, Marketing and Communication, Administration and Business Planning, Corporate Finance, Organizational Behavior and Employment Legislation. With over 33 years of experience, GEMA is a highly recognized Business Schools in Italy and is committed to promote Higher Education in an international context, facilitate exchange of students internationally and offer training programs to obtain Professional Certifications provided by international recognized Institutions such as PMI (Project Management Institute) and SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management). www.gema.it
The University of Greenwich
UoG is a multi-faculty university that provides high-quality teaching, research and enterprise, and puts student satisfaction at the heart of its work. It is the best university in London for teaching excellence, according to the Sunday Times. The table in the 2011 Sunday Times University Guide league table, published on 11 September, puts Greenwich in first place for teaching excellence. The ranking puts Greenwich ahead of 20 other universities in the capital, including the London School of Economics, University College London and Imperial College. www.gre.ac.uk