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Human resources degrees

Our degrees, which include a number of courses accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, are an excellent basis for a career in HR. You will also benefit from our strong links with businesses.

Human Resources Management

Develop your existing knowledge, hone your leadership and management skills and learn how to solve issues strategically on one of our undergraduate or postgraduate programmes.

Business expert and bestselling author

Greenwich graduate Sylvia is one of the UK’s leading entrepreneurs. She has appeared on the BBC, written columns for national newspapers, and published a bestselling book, Zero to a Million.

My degree is teaching me about key business functions and adding HR elements at the same time - I really like the combination.

- Yoanna Yordanova, BA Hons Business with Human Resource Management

The top three benefits of studying HRM at Greenwich would be; the CIPD accreditation, lectures from professionals in the field of HR with strong networks and the variety of modules on offer.

- Caitlin Henderson, BA Human Resource Management

Research and partnerships

Our academics in human resources cover a range of research areas, from welfare-to-work policy and whistleblowing to cross-cultural management and management coaching.

Our research

Greenwich Business School has four research centres. Learn more about our research.

Join us as a research student

If you have a research proposal related to human resources, we can help you apply to the university and find the appropriate supervisor.


Working with industry

Our expert staff, industry-standard facilities and research expertise can help your business grow.

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Greenwich Research & Enterprise


020 8331 7867

Big Picture Seminar Series

Gain insight into how different industries operate and the issues they face. Experienced speakers share their expertise on topics ranging from leadership and management to economics and media.