Course Objectives

In this course, you’ll learn about the key issues in human resource management (HRM). You’ll gain knowledge in employment relations, workplace behaviors and the practice of good people-management. You’ll explore:

  • internal and external factors that give shape to complex HR ideas and practices. This includes firm strategy, market dynamics, national and supranational governance, demographic and technological trends, and political-ideological contexts.
  • HR issues from the perspective of the strategy of an individual firm, and the external context of labor markets, employment relations and employment trends.
  • assessing and improving employee engagement, and evaluating the effectiveness of employee-engagement strategies.
  • financial and managerial aspects including turnover assessment, recruitment, retention, retirement, redundancy, dismissal, succession planning and talent management.
  • the interplay between firm-level management practices and employee experiences including motivation, engagement, identity-formation, negotiation, participation, and representation.


Year 1Year 2
French Language Work, Employment and Human Resource Management in Context
Principles of Management Business Communication
Strategic ManagementEmployment Relations
MarketingPerformance Management
Cross Cultural Management Change Management
Developping skills for business leadership International Human Resources Management
Leading, Managing and Developing PeopleResourcing & Talent Management
Strategic Human Resource Management and employee ManagementEthics & Organizations
Work, Employment and Human Resource Management in ContextResearch Methods for HRM
Employment RelationsThesis, Mémoire
Total Credits120 ECTS

Entry Requirements

Bachelors degree of equivalent

English Language Requirements

All applicants to the University (from overseas) are required to show evidence of a minimum English language level in order to be accepted on to our courses.

This level is often referred to as the ‘B2 level’.

Most of our courses require a minimum English level of IELTS 6.0 (Academic) or equivalent, with no band score under 5.5.

We accept a wide range of alternative English language examinations and tests so please check the list of other accepted tests.

  • IELTS Indicator
  • Language Cert
  • Duolingo
  • PTE
  • Oxford English Language Test

In the absence of any English profiency certificate, the level of english will be assessed during the credibility interview.

Career & Opportunities

There are many sectors in which HR graduates can get highly paid jobs. They may
work for government sectors, private companies, banking sectors, educational
institutes, multinational companies, research, consultancies, and many more. They are
offered a pay scale based on qualification, geographical location, company profit, and

  • Human Resource Manager
  • Human Resource Generalist
  • Staffing Director
  • Technical Recruiter
  • Compensation Manager
  • Employee Relations Manager
  • Employment Manager
  • Director of HR Training & Development
  • Human Resources Consultant
  • International HR Professionals
  • Employee Education Consultant
  • Human Resource Executive