NB! A minimum level of Russian (A2) is required to start studies.
As a personnel specialist, you like dealing with people, helping them along in their development and career.
At the Tallinn School of Economics, you will learn to work independently with both numbers and documents. You will learn to know the labour market, to prepare personnel strategies based on it, and to implement those, incl. assessing job positions, hiring employees, evaluating and developing them. You will acquire the necessary principles of economy and tax accounting and the skills of conducting personnel surveys.
After completing school, you will be able to work in different enterprises. You will have a general understanding of all fields of personnel management as well as about their relations with each other while knowing well at least one narrower field of personnel work. Depending on the enterprise, you will work either independently or in a personnel department. You will help bind the people working in the organisation into a coherent well-functioning collective.
Modules of the programme:
An 8-week practical training period in an enterprise must be completed in the first year and a 14-week practical training period in the second year.
The admission is based on an interview to get to know the applicants, their suitability for the profession and learning motivation.
1 ECTS corresponds to 26 hours of student work, including contact learning, independent work, practical training and e-learning and, as well as a learning test.