Human Resource Management
The world of work is changing. The rise of the internet; new creative industries; emerging economies challenging the established ones of Europe, Japan and North America; the serious threat of environmental damage all these factors combine to challenge the old models of work.
Stojant į šį universitetą dėmesys yra kreipiamas į pažymius ir Brandos atestato vidurkį, kuris turi būti ne žemesnis kaip 5 + laikytų brandos egzaminų vidurkis ne mažesis kaip 50%.
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Brandos atestatas – jei jau esi baigęs mokyklą, išrašo nereikia, užtenka prie Kastu stojimo anketos prisegti savo Brandos atestatą.
Svarbu, jog anglų kalbos testo rezultatai universitetą pasiektų iki Liepos 31d.
Anglų kalbos žinias gali patvirtinti vienu iš šių būdų:
Anglų kalbos vidurkis 8 B2 lygiu.
IELTS - 6.0
TOEFL – 80
We would encourage our graduates to enter a career track leading to a professional HR position although of course other roles in organisations in any sector would not be discouraged. To this end we would leverage our relationships with local businesses as well as the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) to provide opportunities for networking. The Field Chair is responsible for co-ordinating such activities although the onus remains with you as the student. The University also provides excellent support for career development.
- Demonstrate familiarity with the core knowledge bases of Business, Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour at national and international level
- Critically debate major theoretical and practical issues relevant to the study and management of people in the workplace
- Demonstrate their understanding of the contemporary workplace and management dilemmas
- Be able to apply a range of business and management skills and knowledge to the workplace context and environment
- Understand, debate and use as a basis for decision making, the factors which influence human resource policy and planning, management and development in a variety of sectoral and national and international contexts
- Demonstrate their research and problem solving abilities by critically understanding methods of acquiring, interpreting and analysing information appropriate to the study of workplace and management issues
- Understand and demonstrate a critical awareness of the moral, ethical, environmental and legal issues which underpin best practice considerations in people management
- Express themselves fluently both in written and verbal form to a level, which will enhance employment prospects and general personal performance
- Be able to work in teams to address business issues at a local and global level
- Initiate and plan academic research projects on workplace and organisational issues by exploiting the knowledge and competence base acquired during the course
- Identify and evaluate factors of concern to marginalised groups in contemporary organisations (e.g. equal opportunities, diversity management)