Scholarships will cover 50 percent of tuition fees

Warwick Business School is offering scholarships for its London-based MSc program in Human Resource Management & Employee Relations.

The scholarships are set to cover half of the program's tuition fees. The total cost of the program is £25,000.

The London-based version of Warwick's MSc program in Human Resource Management & Employee Relations is delivered on a part-time basis over two years. Classes take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The program is set to begin in January 2015.

Application requirements for the program vary by candidate. If an applicant has two or more years of senior-level experience working in human resources, for example, a degree is not required. However, candidates without experience working in human resources will need to have a 2:1 level degree.

Applications for the MSc program are open until December.

The program will take place in the Shard, London's tallest building, which opened in 2013. Warwick also plans on delivering an MSc in Finance and its Executive MBA program in the Shard.

For more information, please see the Warwick press release announcing the MSc in Human Resources scholarships.

Photo: Oliver25 / Wikimedia Commons

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