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BA (Hons) in Business Management (Human Resources Management)
EU商学院 EU Business School




The BA (Hons) in Business Management (Human Resources Management) program is set in the broader field of business, management and corporate strategy. The curriculum emphasizes how human resources strategies and management decisions have an important and lasting impact on the performance of organizations, regardless of size, type or sector. Students will develop the techniques and creative, entrepreneurial thinking skills to maximize employee performance from social, cultural and political perspectives.

Note: We are applying an innovative on-campus hybrid learning approach which prioritizes classes on campus and combines the best of face-to-face and virtual learning. We are offering several on-campus start dates and the opportunity for students to begin online and come to campus later. Alternatively, students can study 100% online.

Career Options

The BA (Hons) in Business Management with a pathway in human resources management provides students with management skills and specific know-how in the field of human resources including law and people management. Graduates of this degree may be interested in the following career positions:

Talent Acquisition Specialist

Talent acquisition specialists are in charge of finding and hiring the right professionals for an organization. They will begin a recruitment process by holding meetings with the hiring professional to determine the skill set and competences needed for a role. They will then define and publish the job post, define the salary, undertake interviews and review aptitude tests to ensure a candidate’s fit and capacity for a position. Talent acquisition specialists are typically hired in highly competitive job sectors such as tech and finance.

To succeed as a talent acquisition specialist, a professional will need skills in research to source candidates including social media as well as in communication and marketing.

Compensation and Benefits Manager

Compensation and benefits managers plan salary levels within an organization as well as create and implement benefit packages for employees. They liaise closely with top management. Benefits offered by organizations include health insurance, retirement plans, a company vehicle and year-end bonuses, among others. This position is key for talent retention, especially in highly competitive industries, and professionals must keep up to date with industry standards.

Professionals in this field should have strong analytical and communication skills as well as business acumen.

Human Resources Generalist

Human resources generalists are normally employed by small organizations to oversee and manage their human resources functions. They are responsible for staffing and recruiting activities as well as for defining employees’ professional development, salary levels and benefit packages. Welfare, safety and health will also form part of his or her job functions which will involve establishing and implementing policies and creating informative communication materials for employees.

A human resources generalist should possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, be well organized and have a good grasp of business law.

Training and Development Manager

Training and development managers are in charge of training employees and ensuring that the company has the right skillset to ensure positive results and a sustainable future. As well as planning and programming training activities, they negotiate with suppliers for cost-effective courses and review the quality and the content of the courses given.

To become a training and development manager, professionals should have strong research and analytical as well as negotiation and project management skills. They also should be good communicators.


全日制 (3 年)

€12,900.00 (¥ 95,478) /年
€6,450 per semester

预计在一月, 五月, 七月, 十月 2023


EU Munich

Theresienhöhe 28,



80339, Germany

全日制 (3 年)

€12,900.00 (¥ 95,478) /年
€6,450 per semester

预计在一月, 五月, 七月, 十月 2023


EU Business School

EU Barcelona,

Diagonal Campus, Diagonal 648 bis,


08017, Spain



1 certified copy of high school diploma and transcripts; or equivalent. Proof of English level: TOEFL score 80 (internet-based), 213 (computer-based); IELTS 6.0; CAE B2 with a minimum score of 169; PTE 57; English native; or equivalent.


One of the following or equivalent:
– IB diploma with a minimum score of 24 points
– 104 UCAS points (e.g. 2 A Levels with a minimum grade of A* or 3 A-Levels, 2 of them with a minimum grade of B and 1 with a minimum grade of C)
– BTEC National Certificate/Diploma Level 3 with 12-18 units UCAS points)
– Satisfactory completion of an Access to HE Diploma program or foundation program
– Open University credits: subject to review
– Advanced diploma Level 3
– French baccalaureate with a minimum score of 12
– German Abitur with a minimum score of 3 (including 11 in English)
– Spanish Bachillerato with a minimum score of 6
– Swiss Matura (minimum grade of 4 in each subject)
Diplomas of other academic systems will be reviewed by the Admissions Department.
English level:
One of the following or equivalent:
– Minimum TOEFL score of 80 (internet)/213 (computer)/550 (paper)
– Minimum IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 at each component
– CAE B2 with a minimum score of 169 points
– English native (to be reviewed)
– Minimum PTE of 57