What is the scope of an MBA in HR abroad?

I have complete Bcom and I'm currently working as HR. I plan to study MBA in HR abroad but people say it doesn't have much scope. Is that true?

Asked by Anjali over 1 year ago

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

Every organization needs skilled recruiters for hiring the right candidates for different profiles. If you have excellent communication skills and are good at managing resources and people, then a career in Human Resource Management is an ideal one for you. An MBA in HR is a postgraduate degree program that involves a deep-embedded insight into the disciplines of Human Resource Development, Organisational Management, Strategic Management, among others. Further, you will also get to learn about the cultural, financial, and social factors that can affect the relationship between employees and employers.
If you need more reasons to why should you pursue an MBA in HR, here are a few:
Any other Master’s degree will not provide you with the same level of industry respect as an MBA.
Human Resource Management is a relatively steady sector because practically every significant company has to recruit HR Managers to manage their personnel.
An MBA in Human Resources can help you earn more money. People may expect a 50 percent income increase after completing an MBA in Human Resource Management.
Many people go into leadership roles after earning an MBA in HR. They are in charge of overseeing and managing the workforce to meet the company’s needs.
Because students can choose from a variety of courses after completing an MBA in HR, there are several opportunities. Courses such as the Certified Talent Management Practitioner Program, SAP HR Certification, and others are available.

There are various universities and colleges across the world that offer master’s degree courses in Human Resource Management. Moreover, you can also choose from a wide range of options for an MBA program like online/distance learning courses, full-time or part-time MBA programs:

Stanford University
Northern Western University
University of Chicago
University of California Berkeley
Vanderbilt University
University of Southern California
Michigan State University
Purdue University

Eligibility Requirements for an MBA in HR can vary from university to university. However, here is a list of the basic eligibility criteria that a candidate needs to fulfill to apply for this program:

A 3 or 4-year undergraduate degree or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized or accredited university or institution.
Some universities require a minimum work experience of 2 or 3 years in the related field.
2 recommendation letters of academic or professional background.
TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, Cambridge English

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