Bachelor Human Resource Management
The Bachelor in Human Resource Management (BA) in distance learning IUBH focuses on the trends and developments in HR. With your statements you qualify for a variety of leadership roles in a future field.
With us you expect maximum flexibility, excellent quality, a strong practical orientation and an array of services and innovations that support you actively in your occupational studies. Our tutors are your constant companion.
All students who enroll, will also receive an iPad Mini Retina *. Thus you have your scripts, instructional videos, and podcasts always. * Action dependent on the period, see www.iubh-fernstudium.de/iPad
Facts about the distance learning Bachelor (BA) Human Resource Management
- Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA)
- Duration of study: either 6, 8 or 12 semesters
- Language: German
- CREDITS: 180 ECTS
- TESTS: 4-6 exams per semester, store at 36 study centers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland or worldwide through 130 Goethe Institutes. Even purely online based possible!
- SAMPLE PROGRAM: free 4 week trial
- EXTENSION: free of charge
- ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: (technical) high school or completed master's certificate or a minimum 2-year training program with 3 years of professional experience.
- ACCREDITATION: FIBAA, ZFU (registration number 158314)
- STUDY START: at any time
Future prospects for aspiring personnel manager
Career Bachelor PersonalmanagementMit your degree in Personnel Management You are in demand everywhere. Potential employers are organizations, companies and institutions of any kind, such as consulting firms, personnel and job placements or training departments. With expertise in HR You can also work as an independent consultant, z. B. support companies in finding suitable employees, individuals or groups coach or nurture talent. Regardless of the industry - as a specialist or executive with expertise in personnel management You are at a critical position in the company. Often HR departments report directly to the management and directly involved in decisions of corporate strategy. As promising work environment Human Resources offers you exciting jobs with diverse areas of responsibility.
Requirements for study
The distance learning Bachelor (BA) Human resources management is basically not require registration. From your side of only one university admission is thus required for enrollment.
Studying with (specialized) Abitur
As an applicant with a university entrance qualification (Abitur) or technical college (technical high school) you can enter immediately and without entrance examination into the undergraduate studies at the IUBH.
Studying without Abitur
Even without (technical) high school is an entry possible if you bring the following experience:
- An at least two years of vocational training and
- at least three years of professional experience.
Also a master's certificate or a career advancement (z. B. as IHK Fachwirt / in) entitle the holder to study start.
A sample program (which is not to be confused with the free four-week trial study for all students) is necessary! Do you know high school does not have a (professional) and your education / occupation has no business background, or the focus of your training / professional activity not specifically apply to one of our undergraduate programs. That would be the case if you had trained as a chef, mechanic or educators. If this training has to be at least two years and you furthermore verfügst over three years' experience, an entry by sample study in the Bachelor's degree program of your choice is possible.
This includes the first three semesters of study and ends automatically when this time two-thirds of the planned courses or Modules are successfully completed. You study then continues regularly.
Details concerning the authorization Feel free to refer to our study examination regulations. Or, even better, you set yourself with our study counseling in conjunction, the like described you the possibilities of studying without school.
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