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Human resources (HR) is the department within a company that is in charge of all employee-related matters. Employees must be recruited, selected, hired, onboarded, trained, promoted, paid, and fired. HR is also in charge of staying up to date on new legislation governing how employees should be handled during the hiring, working, and firing processes. Many business strategists believe human resources to be the most significant of all firm resources. While most HRM courses are given as B.A. or B.Sc. degrees, certain programs are offered as B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration) degrees. Moreover, it is also possible to acquire HR from MBA programs (Master of Business Administration) if the student does not prefer studying undergraduate HR programs.
Poland is currently ranked among the world's best countries for higher education. In Poland, there are around 400 institutes that provide higher education. Currently, HR programs are available in some of the qualified universities in Poland. Moreover, as a prominent international student destination, Poland offers entering students from all over the world an engaging cultural experience.
Poland's education system, provides a great education at reasonable tuition prices, makes it one of the best countries to study. Because of Poland's participation in the Bologna process, your Polish master's or doctoral degree or PhD will be recognized abroad, including by UK employers. Moreover, most students who study in Poland have nothing but positive things to say about the historical sites, stunning landscapes, metropolitan life, and wide range of social activities.
Once you become a human resource manager, it is possible to specialize in your position as human resources chief, payroll specialist, training and development manager, or employee relations manager.
The essential skills a human resource manager needs to have are excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, strong analytical and problem-solving skills, ability to prioritize tasks and, knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.
If you enjoy dealing with people as much as you enjoy working with numbers, you should pursue a Human Resources degree. It's the ideal job for someone who
appreciates empowering others and providing them with all of the tools and resources they need to succeed.
In Poland, even though there might be some exceptions, most Bachelors take 3 years to complete, while most Master’s degrees take 1 or 2 years.
University of Lodz, and University of Wroclaw are the best universities to study HR in Poland.
International Baccalaureate or English Baccalaureate will qualify you to apply for undergraduate studies at a Polish university. Previous high school diploma or degree certificates, depending on the level you are applying for and, sufficient English or Polish language sufficiency is also demanded for HR in Poland. Similarly, you must produce an undergraduate diploma from a Polish institution or an international equivalent that is also recognized in Poland in order to be accepted for postgraduate study.