Human Resources Management and Personnel Services

In coun­tries poor in na­tu­ral re­sour­ces, per­son­nel are of key im­port­an­ce in crea­ting a pro­duc­tive in­for­ma­ti­on and know­led­ge eco­no­my. It is es­sen­ti­al to ad­apt hu­man re­sour­ces ma­nage­ment to va­rious con­di­ti­ons, in­clu­ding chan­ging de­mo­gra­phics and work de­man­ds and the na­tu­re of the glo­ba­li­sed mar­ket­pla­ce. The con­cise and ma­nage­ment-ori­en­ted spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on Hu­man Re­sour­ces Ma­nage­ment and Ser­vices pre­pa­res stu­dents for pre­sent and fu­ture ro­les in ope­ra­tio­nal and stra­te­gic work with per­son­nel. Lec­turers from in­dus­try ap­pro­pria­te­ly out­line the work in HR de­part­ments or con­sul­ting firms and de­epen ac­qui­red know­led­ge by ana­ly­sing con­cre­te ex­amp­les from the work­pla­ce with the stu­dents.


Fields of application

  • Ge­ne­ral hu­man re­sour­ces ma­nage­ment
  • Hu­man re­sour­ces con­sul­ting, per­son­nel sup­port and re­cruit­ment
  • Per­son­nel dia­gno­stics and selec­tion
  • Pro­ject and ser­vices ma­nage­ment
  • Per­son­nel and or­ga­ni­sa­tio­nal de­ve­lop­ment
  • Lea­dership de­ve­lop­ment



  • HR de­part­ments in com­pa­nies
  • Per­son­nel and ma­nage­ment con­sul­ting firms
  • Tem­pora­ry em­ploy­ment and re­cruit­ment agen­ci­es
  • Trai­ning and pro­fes­sio­nal de­ve­lop­ment com­pa­nies


Mo­du­le ca­ta­lo­gue (spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on) – Hu­man Re­sour­ces Ma­nage­ment and Per­son­nel Ser­vices, dis­tan­ce learning (PDF)