International Human Resources Management University Diploma
Full English Spring Semester Course (30 ECTS), starts in February.
In the heart of Europe, close to Brussels, Paris, Amsterdam, London and Frankfurt, the University of Lille HRM Master degree has been recognised by HR specialised press as the best HR Master degree in France. It now offers a full-English University Diploma graduate program specialised in International Human Resources Management.
A selective admission process allows highly qualified and well-rounded individuals from every corner of the globe to complete their master studies by a final semester dealing with Human Resources Management in a Global context.
During the spring semester, you will be trained to become efficient HR professionals able to contribute to the overall strategy of a global organisation. You will learn key theoretical concepts and practical examples of Human Resource Management issues and challenges regarding global management today and tomorrow. You will also meet students from all around the world and experience diversity. You will grasp how multi-cultural backgrounds can be managed from an HR point of view. You may then have the opportunity to put into practise what you will have learned thanks to an internship that may take place in any country of the world.
This course will cover material on the diversity, the nature and the likely future of HR, especially global perspectives.
Courses, tutorials, discussions will center on HRM policies and practices concerning strategic alignment of HR, impact of culture (either national or corporate), understanding of legal aspects, international mobility, global talent management, ethics and values at the workplace, CSR, metrics and HR balanced scorecard, …
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to :
• Understand HRM from a strategic perspective.
• Understand the role of HR Professionals in contributing to the corporate strategy.
• Explain the practice of HRM as it relates to global talent management.
• Appreciate fundamental employment laws in a global context.
• Understand the key concepts and processes related to intercultural management and change management in a fast moving global environment.
• Analyze business challenges from an HRM perspective.
• Critically assess and evaluate global HR policies and practices, especially from a metrics perspective, including measurement of HR ROI.
Postgraduate Students from economics, business, law, psychology and Human Resources with a good level of english (equal to a TOEIC 750). A first experience either as HR or as manager is valued.
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