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MSc in Advanced Human Resource Management launched

Henley Management College has launched a new MSc programme that aims to help experienced and practising HR managers (approaching senior or board level) become capable of operating at a strategic level within their organisations.

Ken Bull, programme leader of the MSc in Advanced Human Resource Management, said: "The course is very much about putting HR in a business context. The emphasis is on 'action learning', where participants get the opportunity to work on real, live issues facing their own organisations."

The programme comprises an introductory three-day workshop, three five-day residential workshops and a series of regular action learning meetings. Henley Management College says the programme should take between 16 months and two years to complete, exemptions permitting.

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