Master in Human Resources and Talent Management in Madrid

WHERE Madrid
LENGHT 9 months
START October

Monday and Wednesday from 19:00h to 21:45h

Complementary activities from Monday to Friday in the afternoon

PRICE €7,800

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Why study this Master in Human Resource and Talent Management?



The Master in Human Resources and Talent Management in Madrid uses new skills and technologies for developing human resources and personal talent to help you design strategies that are aligned with the company’s objectives. You will be able to play a key role in human capital management by leading teams of people, achieving change management, training and development, CSR, as well as attracting and retaining talent as a key to success for the new business ecosystem.



Our professors are composed of entrepreneurs, executives and managers with extensive professional experience, as well as academic experts. Many of the ESERP professors hold executive positions and positions of responsibility in both start-ups and multinational corporations. They bring to the table their experience, perspectives and capabilities that are the result of their extensive experience in the business environment, which they apply to their lectures, thus helping to create an enriching and professional programme.

Degrees to be Obtained



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Master in Human Resource and Talent Management

Degree issued by ESERP


Master in Strategic Business Consulting and Institutional Communication specialising in Human Resources and CSR

University Master’s Degree issued by the URJC


Private Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management

Issued by the European Communication School of France – Belgium


International Certificate*

Issued by the University of Applied Sciences, Schmalkalden  (Germany)


International Certificate*

Issued by the European Communication School (France – Belgium)


*Students who study and successfully complete the ESERP’s study plan, attend the international conferences and do a project on said conferences will obtain the International Certificates.

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Admissions Tests


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Payment Methods

Price: €7,800


First payment

The rest will be paid in 10 monthly instalments, financed directly by ESERP, without interest from October to July of €680

5% discount for early payment



* Fees for issuing diplomas and certificates are not included.
* In the event the student pays for the entire programme at a price that is different from that indicated on the website (due to the application of scholarships or grants), the discount for early payment will be 5% of the final price to be paid.
* The 5% discount for early payment will also be applied to those students who, after paying the enrolment fee, decide to pay for the rest of the programme before it starts. In this case, the discount will applied to the remaining amount that is pending payment.
* Master’s Degree included in the incentive programmes of the Tripartite Foundation.

60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)

  • Concept of business strategy: origins, basic concepts, elements and success factors.
  • Strategic management system. Management process: strategic analysis and strategic management.

  • Learn the pros and cons of outsourcing HR services. Establish what elements an organisational onboarding process should contain (Induction, Welcome Plan).
  • Analysis and description of job positions within HR management, linking it with other processes (selection, evaluation, remuneration) and competency-based management, practicing with the case study methodology.
  • Remuneration models and their fundamentals.

  • Performance assessment. Performance evaluation and assessment of potential.
  • Management by Objectives.
  • Internal mobility.

  • Accounting for non-financial managers: analysis and interpretation of financial information.
  • The costs and results analysis of each job position.
  • The Budget in the HR Area.

  • Team Management.
  • Empowerment and motivation. Social climate. Talent management.
  • Leadership styles. Change management. Coaching, emotional and social intelligence.
  • Evaluating and rewarding team performance.
  • Working in multi-cultural teams.

  • General aspects of negotiation. Negotiation and business.
  • Negotiation principles. Strategies.
  • Choice when negotiating.
  • Communication and motivation. Public negotiation. Techniques and tactics.
  • Terminations and collective bargaining.

  • The HR Department as a driving force in the management of innovation and changes in the organisation and business culture.
  • The impact of new technologies.
  • Key points in effective time management. Skills and techniques.
  • Leadership and change management.

  • Analysis of people’s needs based on the company’s operational and strategic deployment.
  • Compensation systems and their use as incentives: talent retention
  • The training plan in companies and organisations. How and when to detect training needs.
  • Who should identify needs. The role of external training companies.
  • Training subsidies and how to process them (Tripartite Foundation for Training and Employment).

  • Hiring. Labour legislation and types of contracts.
  • Termination of the employment relationship and its legal effects.
  • Incidents and conflicts in the employment relationship and its scope in the organisation.
  • The internationalisation of companies: impact and challenges in the management of human resources.
  • The effects of a centralisation process in an international context.

  • Vehicle for integration and team-building.
  • Internal Communication Plan: Objectives.
  • Communication and attaining objectives.
  • Those involved in Internal Communication.

  • Legal framework on gender equality. Application of the Equality Law.
  • Other regulations that affect social equality.
  • The challenge of integrating work, family and personal life.
  • Ethics in business. Basic principles and rules.
  • CSR in financial activity.

  • The main objectives of the O.H.S.A.
  • Implementation of procedures.
  • Health and safety: risk management.

  • The Kaplan & Norton model.
  • Cause-effect relationships. The strategic map.
  • Implementation of the BSC. Identification of indicators and goals.
  • Action plans. Those responsible and resources. Analysis, review and adjustment.



(*) Curriculum content, its programming and materials may be modified slightly due to changes in academic planning.

(*) The order of the modules is indicative based on the scheduling of the Master’s Degree.



After the programme, you will be part of ESERP ALUMNI: an active community with an international presence made up of more than thirty-five thousand former students.



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