Online Master in Human Resources and Staff Management

WHERE Online
LENGHT 9 months
START April 16th

Blended learning option in Barcelona, Madrid and Mallorca (see admission and payments).

PRICE €3,550

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Why study this Online Master in Human Resources and Staff Management?


By studying the Online Master in Human Resources and Staff Management, among other things, you will get to master managerial skills and learn in depth about recruitment 2.0 and the personnel selection procedures.

But that’s not all. You will also learn first-hand about other fundamental aspects for leading a successful human resources department, such as hiring methods, types of dismissals and work schedules, for example.

During the educational process, methods such as the case study, simulation or Balanced Scorecard methodologies will be used, which will allow your learning to be even more complete.

All of this without a fixed schedule or travel time, allowing you to combine your studies with any other activity in your daily life. And since it is recognised by the University of Vic, you will receive a university degree from this institution once the course is finished.

If decision making, social skills and organisational and leadership capacity are your strong points, then the Online Master in Human Resources and Staff Management might be a great option to complete your training. Don’t wait any longer and find out more!

Degrees to be Obtained


Master in Marketing and Commercial Management

Degree issued by ESERP

Master in Human Resources and Staff Management*

University Degree issued by the UVIC-UCC

Private Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management and Communication Strategy

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)



*If you gain access to the programme through your professional experience, once you have successfully completed these studies, you will obtain a university specialisation certificate instead of the master’s degree. 

**Students who study and successfully complete the ESERP study plan, attend the international conferences that are held according the annual academic calendar and receive a passing grade on the related projects, will receive the corresponding academic accreditations issued by the associated Universities and Schools.


Case study and simulation method

Combines theory with the analysis and discussion of business case studies.

 ITT-TM Methodology

 Intelligence Training Technology, based on three pillars: KNOW,  KNOW-HOW AND CAN DO.

Business Balanced Scorecard

Activity-based cost management, activity process management, margin optimisation, financial management and marketing management.

Smart Educational Technology Method

To be able to effectively manage any business situation in the business field.


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.

Admissions Process


Admissions Tests


Registration / Enrolment

Payment Methods

Price: €3,550 


Price of Online Master

Paid in 10 months, financed by ESERP. Final price:

Fee for reserving your spot:€650

10 consecutive monthly instalments of €290


Discount for early payment


Price of Blended Learning Master

Paid in 10 months, financed by ESERP. Final price:

Fee for reserving your spot:€1,300

10 consecutive monthly instalments of €390


Discount for early payment


You can attend up to 60% of in-person classes as a listener, between October and June, with the study of the educational content and all evaluations taking place completely online. This option carries an extra cost for the degree, which you can check in the Admissions and Payment area. 

* Master’s Degree included in the incentive programmes of the Tripartite Foundation.
* Fees for issuing diplomas and certificates are not included.

60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)


Description and evaluation of job positions.

  • Learn the pros and cons of outsourcing HR services. Establish which elements must be contained in an organisation’s onboarding process (Induction, Welcome Plan).
  • Analysis and description of positions within HR management, associating them with other processes (selection, evaluation, remuneration) and competency-based management, practicing with the methodology in certain cases.
Performance evaluation and management by objectives.

  • Assessment and analysis of results.
  • Management by objectives.



Corporate Culture: Change Management. Time Management.

  • Organisational culture as a key factor in the management of change and innovation.
  • The importance of leadership within organisations as a driving force for managing change.
  • The (positive and negative) impact of new technologies.
  • Effective time management: importance, prioritisation and organisation of tasks.
  • Necessary skills and techniques for managing our time.
  • How to avoid stress. Social activities as a way of easing labour tensions.
Executive Skills: Coaching, Empowerment, Leadership and Motivation.

  • Executive skills: coaching, mentoring, empowerment, leadership.
    Professional career path.
  • Management of high-performance teams.
  • Analysis and description of the different executive skills to be developed in order to carry out optimal professional and staff processes, so as to lay the foundations of good leadership.
  • Foundation for determining a management style.



Recruitment 2.0 and Selection Procedures. Social Networks and the Internet.

  • Analysis of people’s needs based on the company’s operational and strategic deployment.
  • Selection systems. Techniques and tools to apply: definition of job positions, search for candidates, filter systems and interviews, final assessment and hiring process.
  • Knowing how to find job opportunities.
  • Learning new recruitment concepts and their current and future techniques.
  • Understanding the opportunities of social networking applied to staff selection.
  • New concepts: Employer branding 2.0.
  • Data processing in Recruitment 2.0.
Training and Development. Career Plans.

  • Analysis of short-term needs and design of a mid and long-term human resources plan: selection and internal promotion.
  • Compensation systems and their use as incentive: talent retention.
  • The training plan in companies and organisations. How and when to detect training needs.
  • Training grants and their processing. (Tripartite Foundation for Training and Employment).
  • Training evaluation following Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Evaluation Model. Is it possible to identify the ROI of training?.
  • The new trend of creating “corporate universities” for large companies.
Negotiation Techniques. Cooperation and Resolution of Labour Disputes.

  • General aspects of negotiation. Negotiation and business.
  • Negotiation principles and its process. Negotiation strategies and plan.
  • Horizontal and vertical negotiation.
  • Commercial, labour and strategic negotiation. Scenarios. Styles.
  • Communication and motivation. Public negotiation. Techniques and tactics.
  • Deadlock in negotiations.
  • Terminations and collective bargaining.
Internal Communication.

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



Wage Structure and Employment Relationships. Expatriates.

  • Hiring.
  • Hiring modalities.
  • Temporary contracts.
  • Special labour relations.
  • Expatriates.

Salary and Payroll

  • Working day.
  • Licenses and permits.

Incidents in Employment Relationships

  • Modification of working conditions.
  • Suspension of the employment relationship. Reduced working hours.
  • Letters and notifications.

Termination of the Employment Relationship

  • Dismissal on disciplinary grounds.
  • Objective dismissal.
  • Collective dismissal.
  • Legal proceedings.

HR Budget Preparation and Control.

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

Occupational Health & Safety (OHS).

  • The organisational structure, responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes and necessary resources for carrying out the company’s OHS policy.
  • Implementing these procedures and instructions in the company, taking into account the existing enforceable rules.
  • The main objectives of the O.H.S.A.
  • The safety and health of workers through the implementation of measures and development of activities.
  • The means set out by the O.H.S.A. regarding the prevention of occupational risks for the protection of health and safety, the elimination or reduction of work-related risks, information, consultation, balanced participation and the training of workers in prevention.

CSR, Law of Social Equality and Work-Life Balance.

  • Legal framework on gender equality.
  • The incorporation of women into the workforce with its multiple implications.
  • What organisational and operational obligations this entails and how to focus on its practical application within companies.
  • Other regulations that affect social equality such as the Spanish Law for the Social Integration of the Disabled).
  • The case of companies and foundations dedicated to the inclusion of disadvantaged people or those at risk of social exclusion.
  • The challenge of integrating work, family and personal life.
  • Ethics in business. Basic principles and rules.
  • Corporate responsibility to care for the environment and society. Applicable policies.
  • Applying CSR both in large companies and multinational corporations as well as in SMEs, and social action as an element that helps CSR and NGOs to develop social projects at the national and international level.
 MT – Master’s Thesis

(*) 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.

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