Why I chose to study Public and social policy and human resources
I already had a master's degree in policy making, and I was interested in learning more about it. After some research, I discovered that the University of Masaryk offers a programme in public and social policy. I decided to enrol in this programme because I am curious about how different nations decide what policies to implement in various economic sectors and how they structure their welfare systems.
My knowledge of economic indicators and the operation of the welfare systems in other countries, each of which has its own unique culture, enables me to discern how governments are handled.
Because of this, I have a better understanding of the many management viewpoints in Europe, this will be the same empowerment in effective policy making that I eager to know about it.
MY favourite courses
I find that all the courses in public and social policy and human resources are both challenging and interesting. However, if you ask me to name some of the most interesting courses in this programme from my perspective, I would say that gender and labour market policies in the European perspective are among the most interesting. I believe that this course not only raises students' awareness regarding to what constitutes gender, gender equality or inequality, and all the criteria that influence these things on different perpectives, but it also makes students aware
The second interesting option is human resource management, which teaches students how to be effective human resources. Through participation in seminars and lectures led by leading human resource managers, students gain knowledge of human resources across a variety of industries.