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Master of Science (Corso di laurea magistrale)
Management of Human Resources and Labour Studies

Your career

The programme will provide a learning experience to acquire advanced knowledge and skills in Labour and HR management, which can be applied in a variety of management roles in global business organizations and regulatory institutions, with a specific European focus.

Graduate destinations

The majority of our graduates are working in human resource management roles, mainly in larger business organizations, or have joined international and national labour studies institutions. Some of them joined our PhD program in Economic Sociology and Labour Studies.Among others, our students have worked at companies like Vodafone, Gianni Versace Spa, Citi, Telecom Italia, Edison, LVMH, and many more.

Careers Service at the University of Milan

The University of Milan has a Careers Service which will work with you throughout your programme to help you fulfil your career goals (http://www.unimi.it/ENG/student/29589.htm)

Your programme

The programme is based on six core courses (Data analysis and statistics, Comparative and European Labour Law, Advanced Labour economics, Economic and social regulation of labour, Human resources management, Labour market, education and training) and a dissertation. Students can choose among two curricula, Human Resources Management & Employment Relations and Comparative Social Policy & Employment Relations.

Curriculum A. Human resources management and Employment Relations

Curriculum B. Social policy and employment relations

Organizational Behavior

Comparative political economy

Personnel economics and HR Metrics

Labour markets & globalization

Organizational development & change

Comparative employment relations

Hiring & recruitment

Social innovation & the welfare mix

International business management & accounting

Advanced Labour Law

Students are required to choose one optional course among all courses offered at the Faculty of Political, Economic and Social Sciences.

Entry requirements

· Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in connected disciplines

· Applicants with unrelated bachelor’s degree will be assessed by the Admissions Committee

· English language requirements

· Check further formal requirements online before applying (http://www.mls.unimi.it/)

Courses are scheduled to start by the end of September 2014.

Italian students can apply following indications at http://www.unimi.it/studenti/865.htm

International students can apply following indications at http://www.unimi.it/ENG/courses/295...

For information on deadlines for application and the date of the admission test, Luca Solari, Program Director and Professor of Human resource management, luca.solari@unimi.it 

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