Managing People is the fundamental driver of creating a sustainable competitive advantage in any organisation. Today, HR acts beyond attraction, development, and retention of people. HR is at the core of engaging people, enhancing performance, and enabling everyone to think differently. This HR Degree provides the specialist knowledge required to manage the HR function whilst covering all aspects of an organisation. It covers both the Operational HR and Strategic HR together with some interesting learning involving green HRM and Sustainability , HRIS and HR analytics.
We are ready to help you with an HR internship training opportunity no sooner you are ready to work. Prior to completion of your Degree, you should be looking at doing at least a 6-month internship which will enable you to start your career as an HR Executive
Rs. 25,000 (Including E-library Fee) and
University Registration Fee
GPB 750 – to be paid at the beginning of 17th month from course commencement (Direct Payment to the University by the Student) and
The University of Northampton is a public university based in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. It was formed in 1999 by the amalgamation of a number of training colleges, and gained full university status as the University of Northampton in 2005.The university had 12,060 students spread across its two campuses in 2019/20. It is divided into four faculties: the Faculty of Business & Law, the Faculty of Arts, Science & Technology, the Faculty of Health & Society; and the Faculty of Education & Humanities.rnThe university offers a wide range of undergraduate degrees, foundation degrees, diplomas and a variety of postgraduate opportunities up to PhD level.In the 2012 Guardian University League Table, the university was ranked first for 'value added' in UK.rnrnThe university was awarded 'The Outstanding HEI Supporting Social Entrepreneurship Award' at the UnLtd/HEFCE ‘Dare to be Different’ national conference in June 2011. and has also been named the Midlands most 'Enterprising University of the Year' for both 2011 and 2012, in recognition of its work in social enterprise. In February 2013, the university received international recognition for its commitment to social innovation and entrepreneurship by being designated a 'Changemaker Campus' by Ashoka U. Northampton is the first Changemaker Campus in the UK and joins a global network of 21 other Changemaker Campuses.