Programme Structure

 
This programme will cover six main themes related to international human resources management profession. Students are required to complete the following courses/modules.
 
Induction and closing seminars, lectures by industry experts, visiting professors and international specialists will be conducted throughout the year. Students may also take an introductory language course on French.
 
Courses/Modules
Understanding the Business Environment from an HR Viewpoint
Module 1
The HRD as a strategic business partner
Module 2
The Context of IHRM and Intercultural Issues
Module 3
Accounting and financial tools for HR
Module 4
HR in Mergers and Acquisitions
Module 5
Managing an International Team
Module 6
On-site Learning Expeditions
 
Attracting, Selecting and Developing People
Module 1
Building an HR Corporate Marketing Strategy
Module 2
Recruiting people
Module 3
Competencies Management and Performance Appraisal
Module 4
Compensation and Benefits
Module 5
Talent and Career Development
Module 6
Coaching in People Management and Development
Module 7
Building a Collective Intelligence: From Theory to Practice
Module 8
Assessing Oneself and the Others: Discovering Talent Development Tools
 
Enhancing People Involvement
Module 1
Organizational Behaviour: Theory and Practice
Module 2
Leadership and Team Management
 
Mastering the HR Tools
Module 1
ERPs and Information Management
Module 2
Management of Organizational Knowledge and Learning
 
Mastering the Legal Context and Industrial Relations
Module 1
Individual and Collective Labour Law - National Legal Systems
Module 2
Case Studies by HRDs and Lawyers
Module 3
Negotiation Theory - Crisis Management and Social Conflicts
Module 4
Employee Relations in MNEs
Module 5
Industrial Relations in Europe
Module 6
International Labour Law
 
Introducing the Research Methods and Literature of the HR Field
Module 1
Statistics and Data Analysis for HR
Module 2
Academic Literature Review Seminar (ALRS) - Preparatory Work Dissertation
Module 3
Research Methods Applied to the Individual Dissertation - Individual Dissertation
Module 4
Comparing HR Theories to HR Practices: The Eye of HR Leading Professionals - Group Dissertation
 
 
 
 

 
*Master in International Human Resources Management is an exempted course under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance (Ref.No: 472762). It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead.

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Modified Date: Sep 02, 2017