MBA – HR Management

Basic information

The MBA in Human Resource Management is a postgraduate programme aimed at imparting the knowledge and skills needed to manage people in an organisation.

The program aims to educate students in the field of human resources who are competent to manage the imperative role of human resources in public and private companies, organizations and enterprises. In this program, students learn to plan, organize and manage different things through various activities, projects and case studies. In addition, they also study organizational psychology and workplace learning.

Students are introduced to human resource management, HR processes and activities of an organization, and trends in organizational HR management. The program introduces students to information about the problems of human resource management in an organization, its importance, methods, systems and includes all the important subjects of personnel management separately.

In addition to acquiring theoretical knowledge, the program helps students to develop good communication skills which further help them to maintain good human relations in the workplace. The concepts that students learn during this program make them ideal candidates for a career in human resource management.

Program structure

Human resource management is a central function of any organisation. Generally, 50 percent or more of an organization’s operating budget is used to pay the salaries of the people who work there. The general objective of the curriculum is therefore to introduce students to the basic principles and techniques of human resource management. The individual courses are based on a practical perspective that combines the contribution of behavioural sciences with the technical aspects of implementing the human resource function in the “real world”.

Thus, a basic understanding of human resource management is essential whether the student works in government, financial services, a hospital, a high-tech industry, a retail store, an educational institution, or any other type of organization. The main objective of this program is to demonstrate that human resource management is more than just receiving job applications and maintaining records; it is a central and strategic organizational activity that is increasingly complex and important.

These broad aims can be more accurately defined by examining the specific objectives of the programme of study. Thus, upon completion, the student will be able to appreciate the importance of human resource management as a field of study and as a central managerial function; understand the implications of behavioral science, government regulations, and court decisions for human resource management; be familiar with the elements of the personnel function (e.g., recruitment, selection, training and development, etc.) and know the key concepts and terminology of each element; and apply the principles and techniques of human resource management learned in this course to the discussion of major personnel issues and the solution of typical case problems.

Study modules

Relationships in the organisation

  • Business Communications

  • Industrial relations and labor law

  • Organizational culture

  • Information systems for managers

Care for employees

  • Workforce planning, recruitment and selection

  • Remuneration and benefits

  • Employee development and talent management

Management and control

  • HR Management

  • Managing people and organizational performance

  • Job analysis

Study information:

  • 12 - 18 months
  • English
  • On-line
  • € 7000
  • 60 ECTS


Students have access to an online library with more than 10,000 professional publications, books and professional papers.
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Why study at EIFM

We want to be your guide on one of the most important journeys you will take in your life. A journey towards your personal growth, career improvement and fulfillment of your goals. Throughout this journey, we will do everything we can to ensure that you reach your full potential and get the most out of your studies at our Institute.

General overview

Our goal is lifelong learning. We are here to develop our students and provide them with up-to-date information, skills and knowledge to help them achieve their goals and ambitions in their personal and career lives.

Developing the entrepreneurial spirit

All our study programmes are designed to emphasise individualisation, the development of personal responsibility and an entrepreneurial spirit - key qualities that will give you a unique experience that will last a lifetime.

Effective teaching

The aim of our education is to prepare graduates to address contemporary economic, environmental and social challenges that impact society as a whole. We therefore provide our students with innovative and relevant knowledge and know-how that will develop their talents and take them to the next level.

Global reach

We are aiming not only at the national, but above all at the international level of education provided.  Students should be exposed to different ways of thinking and acting, be open to continuous learning and be familiar with global business trends.

Personal development

Our educational institution aims to develop and support globally minded individuals who want to become leaders in the world of business and innovation. All our study programmes are completely flexible and target students, their theoretical knowledge and subsequent practice.

Critical thinking

Sufficient knowledge and its critical evaluation is the path to freedom. We therefore instill in our students the critical thinking skills and creativity that will prepare them not only to anticipate, but more importantly, to meet the challenges they will be forced to face in today's global world.

Tuition fee

Are you ready to take the next step?

If you’re ready to take your career and personal life up a notch and want to get an education with an innovative and practical approach, don’t hesitate!

Tuition fee of the program:
€ 7000

The tuition fee for the MBA programme is € 7000. Payment can be made in one lump sum or spread over up to 5 interest-free instalments.

A first instalment of € 1500 is always required before the start of your studies. Tuition fees include study materials and access to all seminars or online lectures organised by the European Institute of Finance & Management.

5% discount
If the student decides to pay the tuition fee in one lump sum before starting his/her studies, a discount of 5% of the tuition fee will be applied additionally.

Admission procedure

There are no tests, exams or interviews as part of the admissions process. All you have to do is meet the study requirements, which are as follows for the MBA programme:

  • Completion of at least a Bachelor’s degree,
  • A CV with sufficient information about your education, volunteer experience, work experience, or extracurricular activities,
  • Motivation letter – In case the admissions committee has doubts about accepting you to study, they may require a motivation letter that should reflect your professional goals, strengths, focus, etc.
    If you are interested in studying, follow the steps below and start your journey to study at EIFM.



Our Career Services department is ready to provide the best opportunities for students to develop their personality, skills and abilities to achieve the best career. If interested, any student can contact our department during or after graduation.

Our colleagues are not only involved in various activities that connect our study institute with major national and multinational corporations, but also build partnerships with major companies or organizations so that we can subsequently offer diverse career opportunities to our students.

The Career Services staff offers students a range of personalized information, which may include a listing of top employers, trends and process in talent recruitment, statistics on average salaries and wages, or other thought-provoking information to help graduates choose the right career path.

Programme subjects

Business communication

This course is an opportunity to put into practice all the knowledge you have gained and to confirm that the negotiation process is dynamic and can always be improved. You will learn to apply key negotiation skills and styles to conduct effective negotiations and reach satisfactory agreements, learn communication techniques that improve relationships and encourage cooperation between parties, and develop critical thinking skills to manage emotions and resolve conflicts constructively.

HR Management

This course not only covers theories but also allows students to practice hiring procedures. It focuses primarily on administrative services, personnel administration and performance management, and especially the hiring process. The course helps students to study and acquire the knowledge and principles that are necessary for managing the human resources of a company. The main objective of Human Resource Management is to provide important and adequate resources for the company, therefore, it incorporates a combination of various subjects that include business environment, communication skills and management accounting.

Managing people and performance in the organisation

This course focuses on general managers who manage people - some of whom you manage formally, such as your subordinates, and others informally, such as your colleagues and bosses. At the core of the course is a characterization and discussion of the day-to-day functions and roles that managers engage in, such as making meaning, giving meaning, making decisions, leading, motivating, planning, organizing, mentoring, monitoring, and influencing. Each section of this course addresses a topic that contributes to better mastery of these managerial roles so that you can become a better manager of yourself, others, teams, and organizations. The course is therefore designed to introduce you to some of the key ideas, issues and debates about management and managing others in an organisation.

Information systems for managers

This course introduces students to the concept of computer information systems in an organization. Students will examine the impact of information technology on decision making in an organization and the ethical issues facing managers. The fundamentals of information technology (networks and communications; database management systems, data warehousing, systems development) as well as security, control frameworks and auditing of computer systems will be discussed. Topics covered include: information systems, organization and strategy, social, ethical and legal issues, information systems infrastructure, business process mapping and database design, e-commerce, systems security, systems development and emerging issues.

Labour relations and labour law

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the importance of employment law and to expose them to different concepts of organizational structures. It will enable students to understand the relationship between employer, employee and union and also enable them to understand how an employment tribunal carries out its duties when there are disputes between the union, employer and employee. Key topics covered include: introduction to employment law, occupational health and safety, law relating to workers' compensation, law relating to workers' training, law relating to workplace injuries and benefits, emerging issues and trends, employment contracts, law relating to commercial disputes and safety issues.

Workforce planning, recruitment and selection

In this course, students explore the principles and practices for planning, attracting, deploying, and retaining a workforce of sufficient size and quality to enable an organization to achieve its strategic goals. Topics include the strategic importance of staffing, the staffing environment, human resource planning, job analysis and creation, recruitment, screening applicants, employee testing, interviewing, references, decision making, employment contracts, recruitment evaluation methods, and deployment and retention.

Organisational culture

This course examines the development, nature, classification, and characteristics of organizational culture. Emphasis is placed on examining behavior and its relationship to organizational culture. The interaction between individuals, groups, organizations and the environment is examined. Special attention is given to theories, models, and methods of aligning culture with the vision and mission of the organization.

Remuneration and benefits

This course explores the fundamental building blocks of effective compensation and benefits administration and then looks at the strategic dimension - how the whole process can deliver real 'value for money' and help an organisation achieve its strategic objectives. In all organisations, it is important that reward and benefits administration and management is of the highest possible quality. The main themes of the course include: an analysis of the current strategic challenges facing organisations today, the strategic impact of reward and motivation, how organisations can encourage participation and engagement, achieve organisational goals and profitability, and how to design reward to cope with changes in the social and organisational context.

Employee development and talent management

Employee development is an important part of the modern concept of human resource management based on the development of employees' potential and competencies in order to achieve competitive advantage. Therefore, talent management is becoming a key part of the HR strategy of organisations worldwide. The aim of this course is to evaluate the approach of organizations to training and development of employees and the degree of implementation of talent management. A sub-objective is to examine the relationships between selected qualitative variables.

Job analysis

Through the study of this course, students will learn the primary processes of job analysis, which include identifying, recording, storing, and analyzing information about the tasks, methods, responsibilities, and relationships of a job. The course also discusses the collection of information about jobs in an organization, their description, and the specification of job requirements for each job. By completing the course, the student will be able to use job analysis at the right time, i.e. at the moment of organizational changes or changes in the scope of activity of a firm, company or organization.