"This degree offers an engaging route to understand the HR role of attracting and retaining the right people, assisting in the development of employees along with the challenge of employee welfare and employment law. WHY STUDY THIS COURSE? Working in this field involves attracting and retaining the right people, assisting in the development of employees along with the somewhat complex nature of employee welfare and employment law. Students benefit from the University's accreditation as a Centre for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE To support your studies, the Course Leader often arranges ‘HR eXtra’ sessions such as presentation skills workshops, psychology essay writing support sessions, research skills sessions, journal hunting sessions and dissertation workshops. WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? You will be suited to this degree if you interested in studying a broad range of business subjects alongside human resource management. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE GAINED You will have the opportunity to spend a year on placement, study abroad or to study a language. AFTER THE COURSE Graduates have pursued careers as HR assistant, recruitment co-ordinator, HR officer, HR trainee manager, training officer and recruitment consultant."