The MSc International Human Resource Management programme at the University of Aberdeen's Business School has been awarded accreditation by the leading professional development body.
Both the Aberdeen and Qatar campuses have been approved as Charted Institute of Professional Development (CIPD) accredited Programme Providers, with the MSc confirmed as meeting the highest international knowledge and behavioural standards for those working in the people profession.
The programme aims to develop knowledgeable practitioners with an appreciation of multi-cultural international practice. It helps students to critically measure HR interventions using quantitative/qualitative, scientific and psychological approaches to managing human resources, while equipping them with the tools to critically examine and apply contemporary approaches to HR management within organisations that are operating in a global environment.
“The University of Aberdeen draws on ancient heritage and globally recognised excellence in research and teaching to challenge students academically and to connect them with the world of practice,” said Professor Stephanie Morgan, Director of Enhancements & Reputation at the Business School.
“We are delighted to have received this accreditation, adding further confidence that our graduates are meeting the highest international standards for people professionals making their greatest impact and thriving in a changing world of work.”