The programme aims to develop a specialised knowledge of aspects in Industrial Relations, and provides students with the opportunity to make use of comparative materials.
Students are required to complete a set of six modules from the prescribed list of modules, and to complete a dissertation. Although all modules are presented after hours, it is possible to register as a full-time or a part-time student.
Full-time students may register for three modules each semester and may complete their degrees in one year, while part-time students will be allowed to register for two modules each semester and may complete their degrees in two years.
Applicants must be in possession of a BCom Honours degree or a Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Relations or Human Resources or equivalent with the basic entrance requirement being a minimum overall average of 60%.
Programme teaching and supervision
Seminars are held in the School from Mondays to Thursdays,
From 17h15 to 20:15.
Attendance at seminars is compulsory.
Advanced Research Methodology
Advanced Labour Law
Strategic Human Resource Management
International Human Resource Management
One elective module approved by the Head of School
Closing dates for applications
15th December for the first semester of the ensuing year
30 June for the second semester of the current year.