Companies and organisations are more aware than ever that one of their key assets when it comes to standing out from the competition is their team of people and, as such, the management and supervision of its Human Resources department. A company’s staff are the driving force behind the design, implementation and management of the business project. As such, it is crucial for companies to be increasingly oriented towards their employees. Therefore, Human Resources Managers must be professionals who are equipped to lead a department that connects and works with all of the company’s business activities and, at the same time, be able to adapt to changes in the environment. The department is at the core of the company’s strategy and the driving force behind generating a clear competitive advantage. The role of Human Resources must be at the very heart of the company’s strategy and its management, as it is a key factor in setting the company apart from its rivals.
The Master in Human Resources Management is designed to equip Human Resources professionals to respond to the needs and challenges of the market from the perspective of people management. Professionals who embrace change as the most effective way of generating competitive advantages, who can capitalise on new technologies, who have a solid grasp of the new generations of professionals joining the employment market, who fully understand the importance of the work/life balance and ethical conduct, and who are committed to developing, attracting and retaining talent as the best way to ensure success in the new business ecosystem.
Top reasons for doing EAE’s Business School Master in Human Resources Managemen:
Professional certification examination
On completion of the Master, students are eligible to take the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) examination.
Ranking El Mundo
The Master in Human Resource Management has been ranked as Barcelona’s best Master's degree in the area of HR and the third-best in Spain.
AEDRH and AEDIPE
EAE is a founding member of AEDRH (Spanish Association of Human Resources Directors) and a member of AEDIPE. Thanks to these agreements, participants on the program can take advantage of the activities and benefits offered by the two associations throughout the course.
The master's curriculum is developed jointly with the Human Resources Advisory Council, made up of 25 professionals from companies such as Volkswagen, LG, IBM, L'Oréal, Grifols, Decathlon and Asepeyo, amongst others.
According to the 5th Adecco Professional Report on Employability and Postgraduate Studies, 84.03% of companies require human resource managers with postgraduate qualifications.
98% of the students of the Master's degree in Human Resource Management who requested internship finally managed to do it.