Online MBA – Human Resources and Staff Management

Online MBA – Concentration in Human Resources and Staff Management

CENTRE

Online

LANGUAGES

Spanish

DURATION

15 months · 60 ECTS

ATTENDANCE

Blended learning option in Barcelona, Madrid and Mallorca.
You can attend up to 60% of face-to-face classes between October and June, while still keeping up with online study and evaluations. Choosing this option changes the price of the degree, which you can view in the Admission and Payment section.

PRICE €5,600

If you want to focus on the human capital of a company, the Online MBA – Concentration in Human Resources and Staff Management at ESERP is a great option for you to consider. It also has the advantage that you can study from anywhere in the world.

As part of the programme you will learn to manage budgets as well as the legal framework that surrounds a company’s employees. You will be able to manage organisational communication and recruitment tasks in order to select the best professionals. And apart from the content strictly related to the area of human resources, you will also acquire knowledge regarding the general management of a company.

The range of available job opportunities is wide. Even though the natural position for this profile is to be the manager or technician of a human resources department, the possibilities are even greater. You could be a consultant or mediator in labour disputes, perform coaching tasks or be in charge of staff selection.

In addition to the ESERP degree, you will receive a University Degree issued by the Camilo José Cela University. Find out more about the Online MBA – Concentration in Human Resources and Staff Management and start following your passion. Don’t wait any longer!

DEGREES AND ACCREDITATIONS


Master in Business Administration

MBA Degree issued by the UCJC

Master in Business Administration, concentration in Human Resources and Staff Management

Private MBA Degree issued by ESERP

Private MBA Degree – Master in Business Administration

Issued by the European Communication School (France – Belgium)

International Accreditation*

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

International Accreditation*

Issued by the European Communication School (France-Belgium)

*Students who study and successfully completely 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 given by the Universities and associated Schools.

METHODOLOGY


Case-study method and simulation that combines theory with the analysis and discussion of business case studies.

ITT-TM Methodology – Intelligence Training Technology, based on three pillars:

  • KNOW: Knowledge + Case-Study Method. Uses the case-study simulation method with Self-Assessment and Self-Understanding Systems, because what isn’t put into practice isn’t useful.
  • KNOW-HOW: Consulting Method. Self-diagnostic tools to apply to your organisation, because what isn’t practiced is forgotten.
  • CAN DO: System for Management. Technological systems for applying the techniques and policies for decision-making to Senior Management through INNOVATION.

Business Balanced Scorecard:

  • Cost management by activities
  • Process management by activities
  • Optimisation of margins
  • Financial management
  • Marketing management

Intelligent Educational Technology Method, to manage effectively in any business situation in the business sector.

OBJECTIVES


Students who take part in this programme acquire:

  • Good organisational, leadership and management skills.
  • Adaptability to change and innovations in technology.
  • Ability to provide a company’s senior management with strategic and operational plans.
  • Critical analysis and abstract thinking.
  • Quick identification, analysis and solving of problems.
  • Open-mindedness towards the socioeconomic and cultural environment.
  • Ability to take on responsibilities.

As well as a high level of personal and professional cultural enrichment guiding day-to-day activities, ultimately transforming the cost of education into productivity for the business and organisations.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


These studies will provide you with the opportunity to develop your professional career in different fields, where you can work in areas such as:

  • Human Resource Management.
  • Staff Management.
  • Human Resources Consulting.
  • Management of High-Performance Professional Teams.
  • Staff Training and Development.
  • Conflict Manager.
  • Selection and Evaluation of Staff.
  • Professional Career Path.
  • Executive Skills and Coaching.
  • Management of Staff Planning.
  • Occupational Health & Safety.
  • Outsourcing of Human Resources.
  • Reconciliation of Work and Family Life.
  • Social Responsibility and Business Ethics.
  • Head Hunters.

ESERP CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

MODULES AND COURSES


Human Resource Management. Analysis, evaluation and performance of work teams.

  • Evolution of HR.
  • Human Resource Management in the Business.
  • New Trends in the Human Resources Sector.
  • Staff performance evaluation.
Human Resource Management. Company relocations.

  • The process of internationalising companies.
  • Defining the strategy.
  • International Human Resource management strategies.
  • Challenges and difficulties of the HR Department regarding internationalisation.
Budget management.

  • The financial statements of a company and accounting.
  • The budget.
  • Conditions of budget management.
Time management.

  • Keys to effective time management, based on parameters of importance, prioritisation and organisation of tasks.
  • Identifying our strengths and areas for improvement in time management based on our personal preferences.
  • The (positive and negative) impact of new technologies.
  • How can we avoid stress and get grounded? Social activities inside or outside of the company as a way of relieving stress.
Management of change.

  • Understanding what corporate culture is and how it originates.
  • Business personality.
  • How to apply change and which management models are representative in any process of change.
  • The importance of leadership in organisations as a driving force of change management.
Organisational communication.

  • Communication as part of the company’s strategy.
  • Communication / Promotion.
  • Communication systems.
  • Usefulness of communication for the HR Department.
Management skills. Leadership and Empowerment. Team management.

  • The executive role in the company.
  • Other management strategies.
Performance management. Motivation and talent.

  • Assessment and analysis of results. Management by Objectives.
  • Analysis and management of skills.
  • Management of motivation and talent.
Recruitment 2.0 and selection procedures. Social Networks.

  • The planning of human resources.
  • Analysis and description of job positions.
  • The new objectives of the recruiter 2.0.
  • Professional and personal social networks.
  • Recruitment and effective 2.0 selection.
 Compensation systems. Training and development.

  • Training and Development.
  • Compensation Systems in the Company.
  • Professional career plans in companies.
 Social Equality Act. Reconciliation of work and family life.

  • Legal framework for gender equality.
  • The incorporation of women in the workplace with its multiple implications.
  • 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.
 Negotiation techniques. Cooperation and resolution of labour disputes.

  • Management of negotiation.
  • Classification, types, styles and negotiation scenarios.
  • Collective bargaining.
  • Collective redundancies.
 Business ethics and corporate social responsibility.

  • Ethics in business. Principles and basic rules.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Spain.
  • CSR in the company. Social and environmental responsibilities.
  • CSR in SMEs and multinationals. Drafting of sustainability reports.
 Company policy and general management. Organisation in the company.

  • Nature and evolution of organisational thinking.
  • The structuring of organisations: elements in its configuration.
  • Organisational forms.
  • Design of the structure.
 Fiscal legal framework of business activities.

  • Legal forms of business.
  • The individual entrepreneur.
  • Civil societies.
  • Trading companies.
  • Taxation and business.
  • Social security.
Business growth and Strategic Planning.

  • The strategic planning process.
  • Mission, vision, values and goals.
  • Tools for internal and external analysis.
  • Types of competitive strategies.
  • Entrepreneurial growth: key factors.
Economic control and optimisation of results.

  • Accounting: concept and branches.
  • Product costing.
  • The breakeven point.
  • Accounting principles
Financial Department: management, strategy and value creation.

  • The financial role in the company.
  • Diagnosis of the company and analysis of financial statements.
  • Cash flow, WCR and working capital.
  • Value creation in the company.
Branding. Managing the brand value.

  • What is branding and which are its basic elements.
  • How a brand is measured: marketing value, economic value and legal value.
  • Evolution of the concept of a brand and brand image.
  • Latest trends in brand management. The brand in social media.
Risk management.

  • Economic and financial risk.
  • Management of financial risks in the company.
  • Managing the risk of change.
  • Management of interest rate risk.
Operations management and purchasing function. Supply Chain.

  • The importance of the operations.
  • Strategic operations management.
  • Operational decisions.
  • Lean management and lean manufacturing
Quality management.

  • The concept of quality.
  • Total quality: customer loyalty.
  • Management and quality planning. Tools
  • Quality assurance and ISO standards.
Innovation management.

  • Innovation as a determinant of competitiveness.
  • Innovation as a process.
  • Open Innovation.
  • Systematising innovation.
Gamification applied to the business world.

  • What and where it is applicable.
  • Fun and elements of game.
  • Engagement or the importance of motivation.
  • Rules and steps for its design.
 Global Strategic Business Plan

PRICE €5,600

ACCESS


The student must meet one of the following requirements detailed below and submit the relevant documentation:

  • UNIVERSITY DEGREE

Spanish or EU students: :

Photocopy of the university degree sealed by their home university or a notarised photocopy of the original degree. In the event the degree is being processed, you can submit an original certificate of completion of studies and academic record with your qualifications, both documents with the stamp and signature of the educational institution.

In the event the degree is issued in a language other than Spanish, a sworn translation into Spanish duly signed by a notary must be submitted.

Non-EU students: :

Photocopy of the university degree to which the Apostille of the Hague, or equivalent legal seal in the case your country is not signed to the Hague Convention, has been previously applied (the university where you studied can inform you).

  •  4 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Original certificate issued by the Company and signed by the corresponding Manager with a legitimate signature, stating the period in which the work was performed and a brief description of your functions. You must submit the original and have it sealed by the Company.

 PAYMENT


PRICE ONLINE MBA

Payment in 15 months, financed by ESERP. Final price: €5,600
Place reservation fee €650
15 monthly instalments of €330 €4,950
Cash payment. Final price: €4,900

 

MBA PRICE FOR BLENDED LEARNING OPTION

Payment in 15 months, financed by ESERP. Final price: €6,500
Place reservation fee €650
15 monthly instalments of €390 €5,850
Cash payment. Final price: €5,800
Master’s Degree included in the incentive programmes of the Tripartite Foundation

* Fees for diplomas and certificates are not included.

OUR PROFESSORS


ESERP’s faculty is made up of professionals with extensive professional and academic experience who are able to transfer their expertise and knowledge to the classroom.

Some of the professors who teach as part of this MBA are listed below:

Mercedes Larrú Head of the Nutrition, Dietary and Anti-Aging Medicine Unit at the Zur...
Cristina Puig Alorda   University Degree in Advertising and Public Relations (UOC) and...
Aitor Maqueda Solórzano Doctor in the Economics, Business and Finance PhD program – Cum...
Sergio García Codina Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Economics (UAM)...
Bartolomé Fornés García University Degree in Business Science (UIB), Postgraduate in Business ...
Luis Miguel Herrero Head of the ICEX Delegation in the Baleares since 2000. He has held se...
Sílvia Iglesias She is the Head of E-commerce at Grupotel Hotels & Resorts. More t...
José Luis Bustelo José Luis Bustelo has a University Degree in Business Sciences (UB) a...

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