UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS IN PRAGUE
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1. WHAT DOES THE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT STUDY PROGRAM OFFER?
Human resources management is the preparation of independent human resources for small and medium-sized organizations, i.e. professionals/specialists in personnel departments in the corporate sphere and in public and state administration organizations. Graduates of the study program also acquire sufficient knowledge to be able to continue their studies at the master's degree level immediately after graduation or with a several-year interval, according to their choice and needs.
SUBJECTS IN PROFILE:
You will learn to maintain proper personnel administration, be able to hire or dismiss an employee, set their salary, schedule shifts and perform other activities required by the Labor Code, which are among the basic skills of a human resources manager. Just as a house is built from the ground up, human resource management builds on perfectly working human resources.
Being able to attract the best job seekers for a company or institution is one of the important skills of a human resources manager. In Personnel Marketing, you will learn how to use classic and state-of-the-art methods of communication with job seekers..
People are the most valuable capital of any organization. The resources devoted to recruiting them would be useless if we did not further educate our employees and enable them to maintain their qualifications at the level needed for what we do today and what we will do tomorrow.
Human resource management in organizations is not just a matter for HR professionals, but above all for all managers. What is the division of labor between managers and HR professionals and what does the term employee as a human resources management entity mean?
Whether the organization does business or is a charity or non-profit organization, its activities are always limited by the resources it can spend on its operations and therefore on employees. Without an understanding of the laws of business economics, an HR professional cannot be an equal partner for management.
Labor law is the cornerstone of employing people. Just as we cannot drive on the road without knowing the rules of the road, we cannot employ people without knowledge of the Labor Code and other regulations.
Even in the digital age, the ability to communicate, negotiate and argue is one of the most valuable skills. Interpersonal communication, and especially work communication, has its own rules, laws and procedures. Who knows them and how to use them has an advantage.
Do you want to study Human Resource Management? Do you like teamwork and working with people? This degree program is for you!
Graduates of the professionally specialized bachelor's study program of Human Resource Management are ready to hold positions in the general human resources (HR general) of organizations as well as positions of personnel process specialists in all types of organizations in the business sector and in public administration or the non-profit sector. Wider knowledge of the context of human resources in organizations can be used in positions fulfilling the state employment policy, i.e. in staff positions of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, the Labor Office of the Czech Republic, the Czech Social Security Administration, health insurance companies, etc. The knowledge gained in the study of economics and managerial subjects, in conjunction with the practice obtained, enables them to successfully hold the position of an independent human resources professional / HR manager in small and medium-sized organizations or perform business activities in employment services (employment agencies).
You can study Human Resources Management at the University College of Business in the center of Prague (on Spálená Street).
You can apply for the summer semester (February 2021) until 28. 2. 2021.
You can apply for the winter semester (September 2021) until 30. 9. 2021.
You can submit your written application to the address of our school or electronically on the official website of the school.
Length of study: 3 years is the standardGraduate: obtains bachelor's degree (Bc.)Study options: full-timeTuition fee: CZK 24,900 / semester
In the new accreditation, we placed emphasis on mastering the whole issue of HR work in the organization. From the necessary routine basics of personnel administration to the planning, management and evaluation of activities for cultivating managers and key employees of organizations in the business and non-business sector.
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