Subject Specific Events
Human Resource Management Open Evenings
4.00 - 7.00pm
Redmonds Building, Brownlow Hill, L3 5UG ground floor by Starbucks - location/directions.
MA Human Resource Management – A flexible two-year course offered on a part-day and evening or an evening-only basis to fit with the demands of a busy life. We welcome applicants who are graduates or have completed the CIPD Intermediate Standards qualification. For those already Chartered MCIPD top-up to a Master’s qualification in one year.
CPD in Human Resource Management – One year part-day and early evening programme meeting the knowledge requirements to achieve Associate Membership CIPD – Intermediate Standards. Applicants who study on this course are normally working in HR typically in administrative or early career roles.
BA (Hons) Human Resource Management and BA (Hons) Business and Human Resource Management - Full and part-time degree programmes which are CIPD accredited and can lead to Associate membership. The part-time programme is evening-only and suitable for people who wish to gain formal qualifications to progress their career. Applicants will be able to demonstrate an ability to study at degree level and normally have work experience in HR or business.
Design your future events
The Liverpool School of Art & Design will be attending the following UCAS Design Your Future events:
ExCel, London: 12-13 November 2014, stand 81
MCCC, Manchester: 24-25 November 2014, stand 64
If you are thinking about studying art and design, these lively, free-to-attend events provide a great opportunity for you to talk to academics and students about the undergraduate courses we offer in:
Graphic Design and Illustration
History of Art
Academics will also be on-hand to talk to teachers and tutors about the wide range of postgraduate programmes offered at the School, as well as our bursary and overseas study awards programme.
About Design your Future
The Design your future exhibitions offer visitors opportunities to talk to representatives from universities and colleges about the study prospects available to them within the creative arts sector and associated careers.
Subjects covered include: art, design, media, fashion, architecture, ceramics, 3D animation, mobile phone technology and much more. Visitors can attend talks, take part in workshops and interactive demonstrations.
Check here for this year’s event details.
See also, 'online chat events'
Log on and chat live with subject experts!
- Mature chat events – see here for details
- Various postgraduate chat forums scheduled over the coming months
- Specialised advice available i.e. mature chat events