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Human Resources

Programme

Faculty

 Master Director

Inmaculada Freije

Now more than 25 years old, our postgraduate programme in Human Resources Management has evolved from different formats (first as an Expert Programme to a Master’s degree) to become an official Master’s degree after the advent of the Bologna framework. However, the programme goal has not changed: help people management professionals to acquire and develop the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their managerial functions.

The following can be highlighted as its distinguishing characteristics:

  • The conviction that education is a process of change and personal growth. The Master’s programme provides the framework and tools for students to develop this change through intense group work with people who have work experience and those who want to join this professional field, supported by a team of teachers with a proven record.
  • The importance of the effective integration of those responsible for staff in the firm’s management committee is paramount. People management is a cornerstone of business and organizations management. Human Resources managers are responsible for their alignment with the firm’s general strategy. The Master’s programme includes a complete business management plan to ensure that students gain the skills required for participation in the group that sets the strategy,
  • In addition to a solid technical background in tools and people management techniques, management skills are required. The capacity to elaborate a people plan aligned with the organisation’s strategy does not suffice; human resources managers must achieve people's integration in the business project. The Master’s programme enables you to develop the managerial skills to lead processes of change, combine efforts and reconcile interests, negotiate and solve conflicts and manage diversity. To achieve the growth of teams, coaching during the program provides access to a valuable staff development tool.
  • Human Resources managers must have a genuine interest in people’s development and their potential impact on the organization and ultimately on society in general. Ethical behaviour of individuals and organizations is a fundamental value in education at the University of Deusto.

If you want a deeper professional insight into people management and you share our approach, we invite you to learn more about the program by contacting us.
 

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Inmaculada Freije

Inmaculada Freije

Now more than 25 years old, our postgraduate programme in Human Resources Management has evolved from different formats (first as an Expert Programme to a Master’s degree) to become an official Master’s degree after the advent of the Bologna framework. However, the programme goal has not changed: help people management professionals to acquire and develop the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their managerial functions.

The following can be highlighted as its distinguishing characteristics:

  • The conviction that education is a process of change and personal growth. The Master’s programme provides the framework and tools for students to develop this change through intense group work with people who have work experience and those who want to join this professional field, supported by a team of teachers with a proven record.
  • The importance of the effective integration of those responsible for staff in the firm’s management committee is paramount. People management is a cornerstone of business and organizations management. Human Resources managers are responsible for their alignment with the firm’s general strategy. The Master’s programme includes a complete business management plan to ensure that students gain the skills required for participation in the group that sets the strategy,
  • In addition to a solid technical background in tools and people management techniques, management skills are required. The capacity to elaborate a people plan aligned with the organisation’s strategy does not suffice; human resources managers must achieve people's integration in the business project. The Master’s programme enables you to develop the managerial skills to lead processes of change, combine efforts and reconcile interests, negotiate and solve conflicts and manage diversity. To achieve the growth of teams, coaching during the program provides access to a valuable staff development tool.
  • Human Resources managers must have a genuine interest in people’s development and their potential impact on the organization and ultimately on society in general. Ethical behaviour of individuals and organizations is a fundamental value in education at the University of Deusto.

If you want a deeper professional insight into people management and you share our approach, we invite you to learn more about the program by contacting us.
 

Inmaculada Freije, Director of the official Master’s degree in Human Resources

Staff of the programme

Name and first name:
Irantzu Fernández

Contact:
Email: master.rh@deusto.es
Telephone number: +34 944 139 100

Curriculum coordinators

  • Inmaculada Freije
    Coordinator of “Criteria and tools for business management and administration”
  • Marta Buenechea
    Coordinator of “Management skills”
  • Elena Quevedo
    Coordinator of "Introduction to coaching"
  • Leire Gartzia
    Coordinator of “Technical skills in personnel management”
  • Macarena Cuenca
    Coordinator of "Framework of Labour Relations and Staff Management"
  • Josune Baniandrés
    Coordinator of "Internships and Master’s Theses"

Tutorials

  • Lecturers offer support on a permanent basis to ensure students make the most of their subjects.
  • In addition, the coordinators for each subject area are available to offer guidance on the subjects that form the area they coordinate.
  • In subject areas 7 (internship or project) and 8 (MFP), each student will be assigned a faculty advisor (or 2 in the case of internships, a faculty advisor and an on site supervisor from the host company) who will assist them in developing these projects or tasks.

Faculty

 

Programme

Faculty

 Master Director

Inmaculada Freije

Now more than 25 years old, our postgraduate programme in Human Resources Management has evolved from different formats (first as an Expert Programme to a Master’s degree) to become an official Master’s degree after the advent of the Bologna framework. However, the programme goal has not changed: help people management professionals to acquire and develop the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their managerial functions.

The following can be highlighted as its distinguishing characteristics:

  • The conviction that education is a process of change and personal growth. The Master’s programme provides the framework and tools for students to develop this change through intense group work with people who have work experience and those who want to join this professional field, supported by a team of teachers with a proven record.
  • The importance of the effective integration of those responsible for staff in the firm’s management committee is paramount. People management is a cornerstone of business and organizations management. Human Resources managers are responsible for their alignment with the firm’s general strategy. The Master’s programme includes a complete business management plan to ensure that students gain the skills required for participation in the group that sets the strategy,
  • In addition to a solid technical background in tools and people management techniques, management skills are required. The capacity to elaborate a people plan aligned with the organisation’s strategy does not suffice; human resources managers must achieve people's integration in the business project. The Master’s programme enables you to develop the managerial skills to lead processes of change, combine efforts and reconcile interests, negotiate and solve conflicts and manage diversity. To achieve the growth of teams, coaching during the program provides access to a valuable staff development tool.
  • Human Resources managers must have a genuine interest in people’s development and their potential impact on the organization and ultimately on society in general. Ethical behaviour of individuals and organizations is a fundamental value in education at the University of Deusto.

If you want a deeper professional insight into people management and you share our approach, we invite you to learn more about the program by contacting us.
 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Inmaculada Freije

Inmaculada Freije

Now more than 25 years old, our postgraduate programme in Human Resources Management has evolved from different formats (first as an Expert Programme to a Master’s degree) to become an official Master’s degree after the advent of the Bologna framework. However, the programme goal has not changed: help people management professionals to acquire and develop the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their managerial functions.

The following can be highlighted as its distinguishing characteristics:

  • The conviction that education is a process of change and personal growth. The Master’s programme provides the framework and tools for students to develop this change through intense group work with people who have work experience and those who want to join this professional field, supported by a team of teachers with a proven record.
  • The importance of the effective integration of those responsible for staff in the firm’s management committee is paramount. People management is a cornerstone of business and organizations management. Human Resources managers are responsible for their alignment with the firm’s general strategy. The Master’s programme includes a complete business management plan to ensure that students gain the skills required for participation in the group that sets the strategy,
  • In addition to a solid technical background in tools and people management techniques, management skills are required. The capacity to elaborate a people plan aligned with the organisation’s strategy does not suffice; human resources managers must achieve people's integration in the business project. The Master’s programme enables you to develop the managerial skills to lead processes of change, combine efforts and reconcile interests, negotiate and solve conflicts and manage diversity. To achieve the growth of teams, coaching during the program provides access to a valuable staff development tool.
  • Human Resources managers must have a genuine interest in people’s development and their potential impact on the organization and ultimately on society in general. Ethical behaviour of individuals and organizations is a fundamental value in education at the University of Deusto.

If you want a deeper professional insight into people management and you share our approach, we invite you to learn more about the program by contacting us.
 

Inmaculada Freije, Director of the official Master’s degree in Human Resources

Staff of the programme

Name and first name:
Irantzu Fernández

Contact:
Email: master.rh@deusto.es
Telephone number: +34 944 139 100

Curriculum coordinators

  • Inmaculada Freije
    Coordinator of “Criteria and tools for business management and administration”
  • Marta Buenechea
    Coordinator of “Management skills”
  • Elena Quevedo
    Coordinator of "Introduction to coaching"
  • Leire Gartzia
    Coordinator of “Technical skills in personnel management”
  • Macarena Cuenca
    Coordinator of "Framework of Labour Relations and Staff Management"
  • Josune Baniandrés
    Coordinator of "Internships and Master’s Theses"

Tutorials

  • Lecturers offer support on a permanent basis to ensure students make the most of their subjects.
  • In addition, the coordinators for each subject area are available to offer guidance on the subjects that form the area they coordinate.
  • In subject areas 7 (internship or project) and 8 (MFP), each student will be assigned a faculty advisor (or 2 in the case of internships, a faculty advisor and an on site supervisor from the host company) who will assist them in developing these projects or tasks.

Faculty