BA Human Resource Management | Study in UK | UK Scholarships

BSc (Hons)
Human Resource Management
Study In The UK

A $101 Billion
Human Resource Management Industry
by 2026

Year 1

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The first year of an HND in Human Resource Management is an exciting and rigorous time that sets the foundation for success in the field.

Two years of Higher Nationals study specializing in Human Resource Management at ATH in Pakistan leads to a one-year top-up BSc Hons in HR degree that you can study in the UK at a competitive UK university.

Students will study the following eight courses during the first academic year. Instruction will be supported through formative and summative assessments with a focus on global employability skills. Students can also opt to only study the first year at ATH and transfer to study in the UK for two years of study at a UK university.

The aim of this unit is to give students background knowledge and understanding of business, of the functions of an organization and of the wider business environments in which organizations operate. They will further get to apply key analytical tools used throughout business planning.

In this unit, students will learn the key principles of marketing, enabling them to develop a marketing plan and to employ elements of the marketing mix to achieve results. They will study the underpinning theories and frameworks of marketing while relating them to real-world examples.

In this unit, students will understand the purpose and scope of human resource management activities. They will be able to apply a range of people-management skills to enhance the performance of an organisation by finding solutions to people-related problems.

In this unit, students will be able to assist senior colleagues in producing and analysing budgets, drawing up simple financial statements and using financial ratios to interpret performance while exploring wider aspects of accountancy related to ethics, transparency and sustainability.

The aim of this unit is to help students to understand the difference between the function of a manager and the role of a leader. Students will look at leadership styles with a focus on characteristics, behaviours and traits, and how and why they are used and their effectiveness.

The aim of this unit is to offer students an opportunity to demonstrate the skills required for managing and implementing a small-scale business project. They will undertake independent research and investigation for carrying out and executing a business project that meets appropriate business aims and objectives.

In this unit, students will examine how digital technologies can support businesses aims and services, allow interaction with customers, for example to promote their business, to encourage people to visit their e-commerce site, to buy goods or services, to drive and increase sales and to provide high levels of customer service.

The aim of this unit is to guide students through the process of self-assessment of skills and competences, personal career planning and the application of different learning and development approaches in a work environment. They will prepare for job applications and interviews in a formalized way.

Students will study the following eight courses during the second academic year. Instruction will be supported through formative and summative assessments with a focus on global employability skills. Students will progress for study in the UK for the final year top-up Honours degree in HR at a UK university.

In this unit, students will develop core people management skills used to achieve positive organisational outcomes by recognising individual differences, team working and the creation of inclusive organisational cultures.

In this unit, students will understand the purpose and scope of human resource and talent-planning activities. They will be able to apply a range of workforce planning, evidence and people-management skills to boost productivity.

In this unit, students’ develop understanding of the wider external context that influences the employment relationship and priorities in the employee relations system. Students will learn best practice for good employee relations.

In this unit, students will have the confidence to contribute to strategic decision making in an HR context. Strong theoretical and applied foundations of learning will support student understanding and knowledge enabling effective culture change.

This unit enables students to demonstrate the capacity and ability to identify a research theme, to develop a research aim and objectives and to present the outcomes of such research in both written and verbal formats.

Students will learn about the activities involved in running a small business, from customer relationships, planning and allocating operational resources, forecasting and budgeting, to putting a business plan together.

In this unit, students will be able to apply a range of change management concepts, including diagnosing driving/resisting forces, planning for change and dealing with change in organizational settings.

Year 2

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The program’s aim is to provide students with a firm understanding and hands-on experience in different aspects of HR Management, preparing them for careers in the industry.

Low Tuition Fee

Save over 90% in Tuition Fee for the academic year 2023

A student opting to study in the UK would pay an average of £13,500 in tuition fees. ATH is excited to make the same program progression available with over 90% savings in the tuition fee. ATH maintains a transparency policy and does not levy any hidden fee. The following fee is inclusive of all fees to be paid by the student for Higher Nationals (Year 1) in Human Resource Management.

Academic Year: Sept 2023 - July 2024

Admission Fee

PKR 150,000

Non-refundable fee paid at the time of admission

Semester One Fee

PKR 202,500

The complete fee paid one week prior to commencement of the semester

Semester two Fee­

PKR 202,500

The complete fee paid one week prior to commencement of the semester

International Fee

£350

Paid annually by the fifth week of the first semester

Greetings! We are elated to share with you some fantastic news as ATH (Academic Training Hub) is committed to supporting and providing career counseling to high school students in unlocking their full potential by offering amazing opportunities that would shape and mold their future global careers. In line with this, we are thrilled to present our exclusive and tailor-made UK scholarships, designed specifically for aspiring HR Analysts and Recruiters.

Our Early Bird Scholarship is an excellent chance for students to kick-start their careers before others. Further, the HR Student Scholarship that we offer will cover 15% of tuition fees, providing students with the best platform to pursue their passions in HR.

Moreover, the London Scholarship and Wales Scholarship are two outstanding opportunities available to talented students who have shown exceptional skills in HR and development, and those seeking to access the cutting-edge HR industry in Wales. These scholarships aim to empower and motivate young minds, stimulate their creativity, and develop future leaders.

So don’t wait any longer and apply today to take the first step to study in the UK.

UK Scholarships

£125,000 of UK Scholarships for the academic year 2023

Final Year Study in the UK

A $101 Billion
Human Resource Management Industry
by 2026

The Higher Nationals study program at ATH in Pakistan offers a comprehensive two-year curriculum specializing in Human Resource management.

This program equips students with essential knowledge and skills in areas such as recruitment, employee relations, training, and performance management. Upon successful completion, students have the opportunity to pursue a one-year top-up Bachelor of Science (BSc Hons) degree at a prestigious UK university.

This competitive pathway allows students to further enhance their understanding of HR practices, leadership, and organizational behavior while gaining international exposure and recognition.

The combination of theoretical foundations and practical experience prepares graduates for rewarding careers in the dynamic field of Human Resource management.

Jobs in London & International

London offers a diverse range of job opportunities for individuals with a BSc Hons in Human Resources. With its thriving economy and global presence, the city provides numerous positions in various sectors.

These roles include HR Business Partner, Recruitment Specialist, Employee Relations Manager, Compensation and Benefits Analyst, Training and Development Coordinator, and HR Consultant. Major industries such as finance, technology, healthcare, and media require skilled HR professionals to handle talent acquisition, employee engagement, and organizational development.

London’s multicultural environment and abundance of multinational companies also offer the chance to work with diverse teams and gain international exposure.

The city’s vibrant job market ensures ample career prospects for Human Resource graduates.

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