Director's message

Director's Message

The strategic value of Human Resources Management (HRM) continues to receive increasing recognition as a key source of corporate sustainability and innovation. As a pioneering institution offering postgraduate programmes in HRM, Hong Kong Baptist University is known for its commitment to providing high-quality education and promoting life-long learning. This Master of Science in Strategic Human Resources Management (MScSHRM) programme shows our dedication to developing the HR leaders of tomorrow.
The MScSHRM programme aims to transform HR professionals into strategic partners and business leaders. The courses are designed to provide HR professionals with advanced management knowledge, business acumen, HR competencies, and enhanced sensitivity towards local and global HR issues and challenges.
As you can see from the courses we offer, the range of topics span from understanding workplace behaviour, mastering HR strategic processes for talent management, developing governance capabilities and ethical cultures within organisations, to conducting HR inquiries using analytics and consultancy skills. The knowledge, skills, and competencies gained from these courses enable our students to practise evidence-based HRM with humanistic values.
To provide high-quality instruction, our teaching team includes both full-time faculty members of the Department of Management, Marketing and Information Systems and visiting scholars who publish and consult extensively in the HRM field. With a strong academic team and a unique curriculum, the MScSHRM programme is accredited by a number of local and international academic associations as well as HR professional associations. I believe your learning journey with us will be a rewarding and inspiring one.

Dr Jamie Cheung
MScSHRM Programme Director
Associate Head and Senior Lecturer
Department of Management, Marketing and Information Systems
School of Business
Hong Kong Baptist University


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The programme seeks to equip students with a thorough understanding of strategic and global management as they pertain to human resource management. They will also be trained in designing ethical practices that clarify behavioural and professional standards, thereby creating an organisational culture that upholds high corporate governance standards.