BA HRM student success

Date: 26/09/2014

Neringa Balaikaite, the Faculty of Business and Law's BA HRM student who won the Dean’s HRM prize earlier this year, has graduated with a first class honour degree.

Neringa describes her university experience as “excellent” and says: “I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for all your help and support throughout my study years. Without the support from such brilliant tutors I would never achieved my first class degree.” The human resources (HRM) team wish Neringa every success in her forthcoming job interviews and we are looking forward to welcoming her back to meet current BA HRM students at one of our forthcoming Monday ‘Lunch & Learn’ sessions.

As part of activities to develop our students’ careers, the HRM team run regular Monday lunchtime sessions for all students on the BA HRM (in their first, second and third years). Students get to hear from a speaker on career and employment opportunities and network so that they can build links and relationships across the programme, thus developing a vibrant HR community.

On 6 October, BA HRM alumnus Mafalda Vilhena will be speaking to all our students over an informal lunchtime networking session on the role of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the role of the branch network in building career contacts, and on her role working on the Committee of the CIPD’s north London branch.

Visit our BA HRM, PG Dip HRM and MA HRM course pages to find out more.

Group of students in the piazza