I am actually bit confused between the following HR programmes, as each has a strength of their own and I cannot understand which strength to be given more weightage?
Keeping in mind that getting work permits for Indians is not easy in Europe/UK and there is no guaranteed placement, the quality of education, ROI and international acclaim of the university chosen becomes very important, so i have listed the following programmes along with their specialities:
Grenoble Ecole De Management - MSc International HRM & Organisational Development.
1 yr course + 12 months project
So we get to do a 12 month project which really helps to learn by action as well as it is a Grande Ecole confirming the supreme quality of education, In addition to that, the aspects of organisational development could also be learnt.
UCD, Dublin - MSC in HRM
CIPD accredited + EMLS (European Masters in Labour Studies)certification for the 2nd semester at partner school+ great international mobility.
Aston University - MSc HRM
CIPD associate+ BPS A & B certification
Strathclyde University - MSC HRM
CIPD + best international mobility among the rest mentioned here.
University of Warwick - Msc in HRM
CIPD + good international mobility+good world ranking, but very costly, so in case job not found, will turnout to have the lowest ROI.
CIPD+ nice interntional mobility but not sure how good for HR.
Birmingham, Brunel,Edinburgh(bit pricey and very selective),Glasgow(too research oriented) - CIPD accredited but not sure whether it is a worthy investment or not keeping in mind the low international mobility.
Could you help me get through this mist of indecision on which factors to be given the most weightage?
Note: LSE, RSM, ESCP are just elite league so there cannot be any confusion regarding them.
[Edited by suvoram on Sep 04, 2015]