Human Resources Management

Master‘s studies @ Vilnius University
1 Jul Application deadline
1 Sep Start date
1.5 years Study duration full-time
4980€ Tuition fee for Eu citizens

Programme overview

The HRM programme is designed for graduates of management, economics, organizational psychology, and other social sciences seeking a career in human resource management or changing their specialization profile. It prepares specialists who are able to assess the needs of the organization’s human resources and competencies of organizations and find appropriate ways to direct the ability of employees to promote the growth of intellectual capital of organizations and increase the added value created by the organization.

Why this programme?

  • The programme meets the needs of modern labour markets, as there is a high demand for HRM professionals who know how to organise activities in a multicultural environment and are able to work in international teams.
  • The professors have accumulated knowledge and competencies that meet the modern challenges of HRM, and the programme attracts lecturers from abroad who allow students to get acquainted with the international practices that exist in the organisations of other countries.
  • An international study atmosphere is created by students who typically come from different countries worldwide.
  • The in-person classes at the university are combined with distance learning.
  • Successful graduates have the opportunity to take part in postgraduate internships at foreign organisations.

What‘s after?

  • Graduates of the study programme work as heads of organisations or departments.
  • They may be HR (human resources) directors, personnel managers or specialists.
  • They may become human resource development (HRD) project managers.
  • Some of our graduates become HR analysts in international and national consulting companies. Vilnius University has created opportunities for students interested in continuing their education to enter the doctoral studies programmes, which are available in the English language. In addition, the best of our graduates might be offered employment at the university.

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