Human Resource Management and CEE Labour Law
Language of instruction: German
The Human Resources Management master programme cultivates personnel managers who, next to their business expertise, possess knowledge of labor and employment laws or human resources development. This is the right programme for you if you are able to deeply reflect and contribute your existing know-how.
Programme fact file
Master’s programme - 4 semesters
Master of Arts in Business - MA
Part-time: Friday beginning at 2 p.m., Saturday 9:30 a.m. – approximately 5:15 p.m., 12x per semester--plus online classes on weekdays starting from 6:00 p.m.
|Available study places|| |
|Place of study||7000 Eisenstadt, Campus 1|
|Language of instruction||German|
Completion of a post-secondary level programme of at least three years at an accredited domestic or foreign educational institution, e.g. a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree from a university or a university of applied sciences.
The Human Resource Management and CEE Labour Law degree programme distinguishes itself through
- a unique coupling of human resource management, labour and social law with country-specific knowledge regarding labour markets and educational systems in Central and Eastern Europe.
- courses taught by internationally-renowned experts.
- practical relevance established by case studies and projects.
- its excellent didactic structure - blended learning provides the optimal combination of work and study.
Application and admission process
Apply online before 31 May. After this date, you can only apply for remaining free places.
Candidates will then be invited for an interview.
Potential employers include international corporations and multinational recruiting firms as well as representative organisations for employees and employers.
Graduates of this programme primarily work in areas such as:
Human resource management
as human resource management directors in national and international companies, as labour and employment law experts in public organisations and special interest groups
Human resources development and organisation
as human resource management trainers