Master of Human Resource Management

The specialty International Human Resources Management (IHRM) is designed to train generalists in the field, qualified to hold any employment in a department of human resources of an international company or an international consulting firm. 70% courses are taught in English by French and foreign teachers, executives and experts from companies and international firms.

Terms access

Access to this specialty is open:

  • students who have completed 60 credits of the first year of the Masters in Human Resources Management have met the conditions specific assessment and analysis of their application;
  • students who have completed 60 credits of another first-year Master Management, to holders of a Master first year of a Bachelor's Degree, a Diploma of College of Commerce or any other equivalent qualification after examination of their academic record and success in a selection test.

The file will present the academic background of the last 3 years of study, curriculum vitae and a handwritten covering letter in English to two pages. Students will also demonstrate their language proficiency (TOEFL, TOEIC, Cambridge First Certificate, Cambridge Proficiency, certificates, grades in foreign language teaching)


Semester 1

  • UE1-Corporate Human Resources Management
  • EU2 - Staffing and Managing People
  • UE3 - Organizational Behavior
  • EU4 - Organizational Change and Development
  • EU5 - International Law and Labor Relations
  • EU6 - Information and Communication System
  • UE7 - Managing Compensation and Performance
  • EU8 - Leadership, Team and Intercultural Management
  • UE9 - HR Management Control and Planning

Semester 2

  • EU10 - Internship, Master's thesis, Team Project, Conferences

Course Search - Access to Doctorate

Students wishing to pursue a doctorate in management science must validate the teaching unit EU11 "HRM Research" by replacing professional education units EU5, EU6, EU9 and make a research paper EU10 (Master's thesis).

  • EU11 - HRM Course Search: Theory of Organizations; research protocol, research methods.


Compulsory internship for a period of 6 months should be conducted during training.

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