Master in International Human Resources Project Management (IHRM)

International Students Coordinator
Pom Jactin / Thiri Nandar
igr.international-degree@univ-rennes1.fr
+33 2 23 23 60 06

 


Applications for the next intake are open.

Classes begin:
September 25, 2023

End of academic year:
October 31, 2025  (including internship period)

 

What is the purpose of this international HRM Master? It aims to train human project leaders to work in an English and multicultural context – in France or/and abroad – for small and medium sized import / export companies or major international groups.

Tailor-made for future Executives in international businesses, the program was created in collaboration with IHRM professionals.

It is aimed at students wishing to pursue an international management career in a global context. It develops a wide range of up-to-date skills in social innovation and in HRM. The program will concentrate on the key role of HRM project management in an international context.

In order to better meet international students’ expectations, IGR-IAE Rennes now offers two-year English-taught programs. This new timeframe will give students more time to learn about France and French people, and to work in the context of French or France-based companies during the two internship periods included in the program. These full-time programs are taught 100% in English in our premises located next to Rennes’ city center.

The Master IHRM will be organized as follows:

Master 1:  two full semesters from October to March with a specialization in international human resources management and interaction with students from the other Masters in English. Optional internship or work experience is possible from April to September
Master 2: Master 2 IHRM program, with classes from October to January + 4 to 6 months of mandatory work experience or internship from February to September.

Four key managerial skills will be developed:

  • understanding the international and multicultural management context;
  • acquiring specific knowledge essential to work in HRM in an international context : talent management, compensation and benefits, mobility management;
  • leading change management, team-work, psychological well being, HRM project management ;
  • extending their international network, and working with people from different nationalities and cultures who share the same interest in international HRM.

One of the highlights of this program is to combine a comprehensive academic program, in international HRM with intensive French language courses (250 hours).

Classes are taught by French and international researchers associated with practitioners who are all experts in Social Innovations and Human Resources Management. All the courses are designed to be organized with small group dynamics: case studies, role playing and management problem solving.

Here are a few examples of jobs aimed by the master degree and sought for by companies:

  • international HR Officer;
  • compensation and Benefits Analyst;
  • international Recruiter;
  • global Mobility Manager;
  • talent manager.

Please note: in a process of continuous improvement, training contents is subject to possible changes.

Contents of the new 2-year program are being edited. Sorry for the inconvenience

 

Master 1

Master 2

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The Master in International Human Resources Project Management is an English-taught Master program, leading to a Master’s degree fully accredited by the French state.
Students should hold a 3-year Bachelor’s, or a Master 1 or a business school diploma.

Tuition fee

Tuition fee for the whole program is 9,500 €, spread as follows over the two academic years:

5,750 € for the 1st year of the program,
3,750 € for the 2nd year of the program.

Including specific training fees for this program taught in English, including lectures taught in English, specific seminars with international professors, specific tutoring and French as a foreign language (250 hours).


Not included in this tuition fee:

  • 92€ for CVEC tax (Student and Campus Life Contribution)
  • Accommodation, living and transport expenses.

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