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International Human Resource Management MSc top-up: After you graduate

Where this course will take you

This course produces graduates who are ready to succeed in senior human resources jobs with responsibilities in one or more countries..

Recent alumni job titles include:

  • Chief Resources Officer, HSA Healthcare;
  • HR Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe;
  • Senior Personnel Officer, London Borough of Hounslow;
  • HR Manager, HSBC Bank;
  • HR Business Leader, GlaxoSmithKline;
  • HR Officer, PriceWaterhouseCoopers;
  • HR Business Partner, AXA Insurance;
  • HR Business Partner, GBS & Nordics at General Mills;
  • HR Officer, Starbucks;
  • HR Officer, Budweiser;
  • Training Officer, Management Development, Hertfordshire Constabulary; and
  • HR Officer, Arab Jordan Investment Bank.

Some graduates decide to continue their studies at Kingston University though doctoral research.

What our graduates say

Check out what our graduates have gone on to do and how studying at Kingston helped them achieve their goals.

Alana Neemar-Aleung

Alana Neemar-Aleung "The international scholarship from Kingston University has helped my dreams become a reality."

Course: International Human Resource Management masters (part time)

Alana is from Trinidad and the recipient of a Kingston University international scholarship.

"The international scholarship from Kingston University has helped my dreams become a reality. Studying part time for my undergraduate degree whilst also working full time was a tough challenge for me, but I knew I wanted to go on to gain a masters as well.

"I'd always heard about the high standards of UK universities and, after researching different options, decided that Kingston University would be the most suitable. I then applied for and accepted a place on the programme, but the exchange rate of my home currency (Trinidad) started to push the masters beyond my reach.

"When I received an invitation from the International Development Office to apply for a scholarship, I regained my enthusiasm knowing that there was a chance that I could win it. In July 2007 I received an email letting me know that I was a recipient and I realised that my dream had now become a reality.

"At the end of my studies I will return to Trinidad and help develop the human resource profession, bringing back world-class knowledge and life-long friendships. Thank you Kingston!"

 

Kingston University supports our graduates with the new Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) visa. This allows non-EEA graduates who have an outstanding business idea to put into practice in the UK, and who do not have a job offer, the opportunity to stay in the UK for up to 12 months (which might be extended for an additional 12 months).

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