BSc in Human Resource Management



Studied over 2 levels - Diploma and full BSc - 19 months per level


2 January 2020


Distance Learning


Quarterly Fee: £1,541.67**
Full Fee: £9,250
(+VAT, if applicable)

The BSc in Human Resource Management is studied as a progression, from the Diploma to the full Bachelors.

Studying the BSc gives you the opportunity to not only build on the theories and topics covered within the Diploma level, such as examining organisational behaviour, HRM, employee relations and employment development, but also to focus in-depth on some of the key issues within HRM today.

This bachelor degree programme consists of core and elective modules, which are assessed by assignments, followed by research methods and the dissertation.

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On completion of the BSc HRM, graduates will understand the key principles of high-performance working and critically review the links between performance and HRM practices. They will develop the skills to evaluate the tensions between the interests of employers and employees in the management of performance as well as identify recent trends and issues concerning flexible learning in the workplace.

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For entry at the diploma level, applicants require A-levels or equivalent qualifications PLUS at least 3 years relevant work experience.

For entry at the BSc level applicants must possess either

  • University of Leicester Diploma in HRM or Lifelong Learning and Industrial Relations
  • Or, an equivalent University of Leicester qualification (e.g. foundation degree)
  • Or, an equivalent qualification (in level and content) to the Diploma, received within the past five years from a reputable academic institution.

IELTS 6.5 or equivalent is required if English is not your first language

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Career Path

BSc HRM Graduates tend to grow towards senior executive positions within the human resources department, or even move towards a more specialised field such as training, management or industrial relations within organisations.


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Fees are paid directly to the University of Leicester.

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