The programme will provide a complete training in HR knowledge and skills for management level roles and is designed to prepare students for a range of careers in the human resource management fields. Upon graduation, MSc Management and Human Resources students will be prepared for positions requiring expertise in human resources and employment policy.
The programme is designed with employers in mind; the majority of our students have gone on to work in human resource management roles in both the public and private sector.
Every year, LSE Careers conducts a destinations survey of LSE graduates 6 months after they have graduated. From the 2011-12 survey of Management and Human Resources graduates:
95% were in work/further study 6 months after graduation
Median salary of £31,000
Recent graduates of the programme have gained employment with a number of organisations, including:
LSE Careers Service
The LSE has a dedicated Careers Service which will work with you throughout your programme to help you fulfil your career goals:
One-to-one careers appointments with your programme’s dedicated Careers Consultant will provide you with individually tailored careers advice and support
Careers fairs, seminars and workshops - you will have access to an extensive programme of careers fairs including Consultancy, Business and Management, Banking and Finance, NGOs and Public Sector employers, as well as employer led skills seminars and recruitment presentations throughout the year.
LSE Career Hub online job vacancy portaladvertising hundreds of vacancies each week, including full time graduate jobs, internships, volunteering opportunities and part time casual jobs.
Help with CVs/resumes and interviewswith one-to-one CV feedback sessions for advice on your own CV. When you have an interview coming up you can also book a half hour practice interview. A number of departmental careers workshops are available, covering topics including CVs and application forms, interviews, presentation skills and assessment centres.
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