You will become an HRM professional applying the "life cycle" framework to impact the success of the organization and employees.
What does our program do for you?
Progresses your career from an operational role into a more strategic role- some of our recent graduates are making their mark at Accenture, Credit Suisse, Caterpillar, ICRC, ITU, Médecins Sans Frontier, Richemont, Tetra Pak, Thomson Reuters, UNHCR and UNICEF.
Gives you transferable capabilities – covering global HRM concepts & trends, as well as local applications of these.
Develops your strong HRM network - built up through your contact with professors, guest speakers, and international classmates.
Adapts to your life - personalized flexibility to accommodate work and study.
What makes our program unique?
- Embedded in our business school.
- Taught in English by HRM professionals.
- Evening courses where you pay as you go.
- Access to Internship Program run by our Career Services.
HRM - what it is all about?
Our program highlights the impact HRM plays on the Organizational and Employee Life Cycles. A focused approach linking our modules to the core "business" of HRM.
HRM Teaching methods
An American approach to teaching and learning
All courses combine theory and practice, in which you apply the latest tools and concepts to real business situations. Around a solid academic core, we adapt our courses to reflect the changing priorities in the field of Human Resources. You will learn what really happens in a busy Human Resources department.
Teaching methods mix an analytical approach with case methodology, lectures with discussions, oral presentations with written reports and individual research with group learning. You will learn to:
- Think critically
- Adapt to changing circumstances
- Work effectively in teams
- Help shape human resources management in the 21st century.
You work in small interactive groups, where you learn from each other as well as from your professors.
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Webster’s HRM program prepares you for strategic HR positions in both multinational and Swiss companies and organizations. The program also complements the skill set of people working in management and other areas that require a good knowledge of HR.
Recent graduates have gone on to high-level positions in major multinationals and international organizations in the Geneva area and worldwide. These include:
- Credit Suisse
Webster’s flexible, modular MA HR Management program allows you to easily combine work and other commitments with your studies.
All classes are conveniently held in the evening, from 18.30 - 22.30.
The MA can be taken on a full-time or a part-time basis:
- Full-time: 2 courses per term for 6 terms (total of 14 months)
- Part-time: 1 course a term for 12 terms (total of 28 months)
In addition, all courses may be taken online, via a web platform. Participants can communicate with their instructors and classmates via the Internet and upload and download necessary data and assignments.
Basic Admission requirements
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Applications areaccepted for August and Januarystart dates.
1. Bachelor's degree from accredited, recognized university
2. Cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4-point scale (approximately a B-)
3. Proof of English proficiency
At the start of each term the student pays for courses taken in that term. Each course is Swiss Francs 2,925, and the total tuition (for 12 courses)is Swiss Francs 35,100
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Last updated September 16, 2015