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Master in Human Resources Management

Graduate School of Business

Direction
Prof. D. Jaime Bonache
Head of Studies
Prof. D. Luigi Stirpe
Coordination
Prof. D. Fernando Muñoz
Language
English
Attendance
On-campus
Credits
60 ECTS
Campus
Madrid - Puerta de Toledo
Applications

Closed

☛  Places available: 40

Departments
Business Administration

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  • Inicio

    The Master’s in Human Resources Management aims to provide university graduates with the knowledge and skills required for a successful career in HR management.

    The Master’s programme is taught by a highly proficient faculty of both academics and practitioners. The values of rigour, applicability and personal respect underpin the programme’s content and structure.

    The programme provides a gateway to a variety of career opportunities in consulting firms and corporate HR departments in public, private, national, international, and non-profit organizations. Graduates are regularly employed by top-tier companies such as Airbus, Amadeus, Banco Santander, BBVA, Baker & McKenzie, Boston Consulting Group, Coca Cola, Deloitte, EY, Indra, INECO, Management Solutions, Manpower Group, Repsol, and Vodafone.

    Besides studying the Master entirely at the UC3M in Madrid, students may also study the second semester either at the Institut de Gestion Sociale (IGS) in Paris (Madrid-Paris track) or at the London South Bank University (LSBU) (Madrid-London track), receiving two Master’s diplomas, one from each institution.


    ☛ Eduniversal has selected the Master in Human Resources Management offered by the UC3M as one of the top 50 masters in the field in Europe.

    ☛ El Mundo has selected the Master in Human Resources Management offered by the UC3M as the second best programme in the field in Spain. Best Masters in HRM, El Mundo 2019.


    🎥 │Master in Human Resources Management
     

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    Reasons to study master in human resources management

    │MASTER IN NUMBERS

    • Very high level of satisfaction: the average satisfaction with their professional careers among graduates from the Master's was 4.7 (out of 5)
    • ☛ Students on the 2 international pathways (Madrid-London and Madrid-Paris) receive 2 Master’s diplomas, one from each institution
    • ☛ Around 15 nationalities from all over the world each year
    • ☛ Jobs in Human Resources: around 90% of graduates work in Human Resources, with 10% in management positions
    • ☛ Working at home or abroad: 54.8% of graduates work abroad
    • ☛ Early offers: on average, graduates receive their first job offer 1.56 months after graduating

     

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  • PROGRAM
  • FACULTY

    The Master’s program is taught by extremely competent and acknowledged staff with recognized experience in the three groups that make up the area of study: academics, managers and consultants. This association guarantees and combines the necessary rigor of higher education with the professional application closely connected to the labour market for consultants and personnel management. The Master in Human Resources Management strives to recruit the best faculty from around the world.

    UC3M FACULTY

    • BONACHE, JAIME
      Department of Business Administration
      Full Professor of Business Organization
      PhD in Economics and Business
    • CERVIÑO, JULIO
      Department of Business Administration
      Associate Professor
      PhD in Economics and Business
    • GÓMEZ ABELLEIRA, FRANCISCO JAVIER
      Department of Social Law and Private International
      Associate Professor
      PhD in Law
    • MUÑOZ, ANA BELÉN
      Department of Social Law and Private International
      Assistant Professor
      PhD
    • MUÑOZ, FERNANDO
      Department of Business Administration
      Associate Professor
      PhD in Economics
    • PAZ, CARMEN
      Business Management Division
      Assistant Professor
      PhD
    • PÉREZ, DANIEL
      Department of Social Law and Private International
      Assistant Professor
      PhD
    • STIRPE, LUIGI
      Department of Business Administration
      Associate Professor
      PhD
    • ZÁRRAGA, CELIA
      Department of Business Administration
      Associate Professor
      PhD

    EXTERNAL FACULTY

    • ARRAIZ, IGNACIO
      Consultant
      MBA
    • ANDERSEN, SØREN
      Senior Consultant in Recruitment and Coaching
      MSc
    • BREWSTER, CHRIS
      Henley Business School (UK)
      Full Professor of Human Resources
      PhD
    • CANDEL, TERESA
      Partner, Baker & McKenzie
      PhD
    • DE LA CALZADA, ROSA
      Consultant
      MBA
    • DÍAZ, DAVID
      Partner, Baker & McKenzie
      Graduate
    • DOMENECH, EMILIA
      Executive Coach
      BA
    • DUSSERRE, OIVIER
      Director, IGS Paris
      PhD
    • ERREJÓN, JAVIER
      General Manager, Group Von der Heyden
      PhD
    • ESCARIO, CARLOS
      Partner, Huete & Co
      EMBA
    • ESCAT, MARÍA
      Consultant
      PhD
    • FERNÁNDEZ CASLA, SUSANA
      Senior Professional Coach
      BA
    • GÓMEZ, BLANCA
      HR Manager in Chief, Microsoft Spain
      MBA
    • GRIBLING, MARIA
      Birmingham Business School
      PhD
    • HERRERO-BEAUMONT, ELENA
      Partner, Vinces
      MA
    • HILLIER-FRY, CAMILLA
      Partner, People Matters
      MBA
    • HURTADO, CARLOS
      Associate, Baker & McKenzie
      Graduate
    • KNAPP, COLIN
      London South Bank University
      Lecturer in HRMMSc
    • OPUTE, JOHN
      London South Bank University
      Course Director, MSc International HR
      PhD
    • O'MEARA, MARY ELLEN
      Global Director of Human Resources, UNOde50
      BA
    • RIGBY, MIKE
      London South Bank University
      Director of the Centre for International Business
      PhD
    • SÁNCHEZ, JUAN
      Florida International University (USA)
      Full Professor
      PhD
    • VELA, BEATRIZ
      Director of Human Resources, Baker & Mckenzie
      MBA
  • ADMISSION
    • ADMISSION

      Application

      The request is made electronically through our application. Before starting the admission process it is important to consult the supporting information that we offer below:

      Requirements

      Applicants are to hold a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (from any country). Students in the last year of their degree studies may also apply for admission; their application will be considered upon confirmation of the successful completion of their degree course.

       

      Admission criteria

      Admission will be decided by the Master’s Academic Committee. Candidate selection will be done on the basis of the following criteria:

      ADMISSION CRITERIA %
      Official academic records 25%
      Curriculum vitae 25%
      Letters of motivation and recommendation 25%
      Personal interview 25%

      language requirements

      Since English is the official language of the programme, a high level of written and spoken English is required. This knowledge can be accredited with the results of an official C1 English diploma (CEFR) including evaluation of the 4 areas: listening, reading, speaking and writing. As a general rule, the following minimum scores for other certificates are required:

      • TOEFL (iBT): 95-120
      • IELTS: 7.0 - 8.0
      • Cambridge ESOL: Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)
      • TOIEC (Four skills): 1096 - 1345

      The language requirements will not be required to those students whose mother tongue is English or students who have completed their undergraduate studies in English, upon presentation of the relevant documentation.

      students with foreign university degrees

      Once admitted to the Master’s, students with university degrees issued by a higher education institution belonging to an educational system outside the EHEA, must provide, for enrolment, the diploma, legalized by diplomatic procedures or by means of The Hague Apostille. They must also submit the transcript of records, with the grade point average, duly legalized.

      More information about Legalization of Foreign Documents.

      If needed, documents must be accompanied by an official sworn translation into Spanish.

    • ENROLLMENT

      fees *

      2019-2020 Academic year

       

      • Enrolment fee: €1,500 (to be paid once the student has received confirmation of their admission to the master’s. This sum will be deducted from the first tuition payment).

      ◉ TRACK MADRID

      • EU students:

        €9,000 (€150/ECTS credit)
         
      • Non EU students:

        €13,500 (€225/ECTS credit)


      Note: The degree will be awarded upon completion of all credits.

       

      ◉ TRACK MADRID/LONDON or MADRID/PARIS

      • EU students:

        €12,000 (€200/ECTS credit)
             - First payment: €10,200
             - Second payment: €1,800
         
      • Non EU students​:

        €13,500 (€225/ECTS credit)
             - First payment: €10,800
             - Second payment: €2,700


      Note1: Both diplomas (one from the University Carlos III and the other one from the host Institution) will be awarded upon completion of all credits in both Institutions.​

      Note2: For the international options, the teaching period finishes the first year. In the second year students are to defend their thesis at the partner institution (either LSBU or IGS).

       

      * Pending approval by the Regional Government of Madrid for 2019/2020

       

      ✎│Programme’s fees


      NOTE: The enrollment fees do not include the cost of issuing the master's degree certificate.​

      Additional information

      • You may enroll on the master’s degree after completing the admission process and receiving formal confirmation of your acceptance.
      • Information about Full-time enrollment.
      • The email address provided upon enrollment will be used for formal communications; students are therefore kindly requested to check their mail regularly.
      • Pursuant to the regulations of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, a student failing to pay any part of the fees will not be admitted and the erollment proecess will be terminated. In cases of cancellation of enrollment due to non-payment, the University may demand the payment of the pending amounts for enrollment in previous academic courses as a prior condition of enrollment.
      • The enrollment fee will be not refunded in the event of voluntary withdrawal from the programme.
      • No diploma or certificate will be issued if a student has any outstanding payments.

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      ✎│ECTS credits recognition

  • SCHOLARSHIPS

    UC3M GRANT FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019/2020

    CALL AM01-19/20 * │ RESOLVED

    A call has been announced for academic year 2019-20 involving a maximum of eight grants for the payment of the net enrolment fees for students accepted on the Master at the "Madrid" track, with the following allocation:

    • Eight grants for the sum of €4,500, €3,000, or €1,500

    These grants are open solely to those students that have submitted their application for admission to the Master.

     

    Deadline for grant applications: 31 May 2019.

    Decisions: February, April and June 2019.

    ☛ Published 3rd Resolution dated July 22, 2019


    * The number of grants and the sums specified in the annex to the call may vary depending on the status of the candidates applying for the same, and even no grants may be awarded if so decided by the Selection Committee for each programme,
     

    Grants

    ☛ UC3M e-bulletin (BOEL) in Spanish

    General information on grants and scholarships

    For more information on specific grants of interest awarded by UC3M and by other agencies or organisations.

    🎓 Grants to study a University Master’s

  • PRACTICAL INFORMATION

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    MASTER’S COURSE SCHEDULE

    Check the Master’s schedule (Academic Year 2019/2020)

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    VIRTUAL SECRETARIAT

    Access to Virtual Secretariat

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    Material Resources of the programme

    Madrid - Puerta de Toledo Campus

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    complaints and suggestions

    General Registry Office

    OPINA system

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    Employability

    Access to Employment and internships