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I am doing MBA in humanresource and general management. Having dual specialisation I wanna study further. Having specialisation in HR which university shall I go for and what will be the admission process for me?
I am doing MBA in humanresource and general management. Having dual specialisation I wanna study further. Having specialisation in HR which university shall I go for and what will be the admission process for me? My course is ending in march 2004 and I wanna join after that. How shall I go about it? I wanna response as I have to plan for it. I am from india.Answer from the Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge:

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To whom it may concern,We do not offer such a specialisation.Louise Freckelton,
MBA Marketing Manager
Answer from Said Business School:Thank you for your enquiry.The Said Business School offers an MSc in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management.For further information about the course, we would advise you, in the first instance, to consult our web site www.sbs.ox.ac.uk in the Research Degrees section.We will be updating the web site over the next few weeks, but the basic information about the course will remain the same.If this course is of any interest, please submit a completed MSc / DPhil Said Business School application form with all required documentation (academic transcripts, 3 academic references, GMAT score, 2 pieces of written work of about 2000 words each) between November 2003 and 1 March 2004.Please feel free to contact me if you require any further information.Yours sincerely
Audrey Leishman,
Research Degrees Coordinator
Answer from Cranfield:Cranfield is considering offering a part-time MSc in Human Resource Management, probably from January 2005, but I don't have any information about this programme or the entry requirements as yet.Maureen Williams (Mrs)Answer from Ashridge Business School:Thank you for your enquiry. At Ashridge we offer only Executive MBA Programmes open to practising managers with a minimum of five years business experience.Best wishes for the future
Doris Boyle
Answer from London Business School:Please see our website for our Masters Programmes:
www.london.edu
Thank you
David Simpson
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