Admissions and funding



• Hold a qualification at a level of bac +4 minimum (from a university, a business or management school with accreditation to award master’s degrees or an engineering school approved by the Commission des Titres de l’Ingénieur, in the fields of HR, law, psychology, economics, actuarial studies, or an equivalent foreign qualification).
• Knowledge of English and French
We remain at your disposal to examine your application and your situation and to guide you.

Admissions days

Next admissions days for 2019-2020:                                                                                                                                   17 April 2019                                                                                                                                                                                  23 May 2019                                                                                                                                                                                18 June 2019                                                                                                                                                                                04 July 2019


• Submission of an application form and detailed CV, plus a covering letter
• After examination of the application form, selected candidates will be invited to a half-day session including:
  >> Reception with alumni and the director of the Specialized MBAs
  >> Interview in French with a panel of teaching staff and HR professionals
  >> Written and oral English tests


Specialized MBA in « Human Resources Management in International Companies »
EUR 21,240 including tax
EUR 17,700 before tax

Specialized MBA in « Human Resources and International Mobility Management »
EUR 19,980 including tax
EUR 16,650 before tax

Specialized MBA in « International Human Resources and Compensation & Benefits Management »
EUR 19,980 including tax
EUR 16,650 before tax

This includes:
• Training from occupational professionals and experts
• Support from our teaching team
• Professional events and meetings
• Teaching materials
• Learning expeditions to Singapore, Rio and/or New York (according to the Specialized MBA):
  > Flights
  > Airport transfers 
  > 4* hotel accommodation with breakfast included
  > Company visit 
  > Assistance and cancellation insurance premiums
• Exclusive access to the Magellan Network’s database of legal guides and HR publications
• Access to the Magellan Institute’s HR library
• A copy of the Competency Framework for the relevant area of expertise

Not included: 
• Visa fees, meals and personal expenses during planned learning expeditions 


Depending on your situation, your course can be financed as follows:


Payment of fees is made in installments over the duration of the course, from October to August.

COMPANY TRAINING PLAN, for employees, at their employer’s initiative only

The program can be followed as part of a company training plan. In this case, a multi-year training agreement will be drawn up with the employee’s company, which will finance all or part of the fees.

INDIVIDUAL TRAINING LEAVE, for employees on permanent or fixed-term contracts, at their own initiative

You are invited to contact your employer or the body responsible for training leave for information on financing conditions.

PÔLE EMPLOI, for registered job seekers

Jobseekers on the back-to-work allowance (Allocation Retour à l’Emploi, ARE) continue to receive benefits for the duration of the course. Regardless of whether or not you receive benefits, you must submit your training plan to your Pôle Emploi adviser as soon as possible (as a Projet Personnalisé d’Accès à l’Emploi, PPAE). At the same time, the training body must submit an application for a statement of enrollment in a training course (Attestation d’Inscription à un Stage de Formation, A.I.S.F) on the Pôle Emploi KAIROS platform. For registered jobseekers who do not receive benefits, the training body must submit an application for a statement of enrollment in an unpaid training course (Attestation d’Inscription à un Stage de Formation non rémunéré) on the Pôle Emploi KAIROS platform. You are invited to contact your Pôle Emploi adviser regarding Pôle Emploi financing (AIF form).

Regardless of status, in the event that partial funding is provided by any organization or company, the remaining fees must be paid by the course participant.


Participants in our programs spend a total of six months on a placement in-company. Companies usually pay interns a stipend, which in previous years has ranged from EUR 500-2,000 gross, pro-rata to time spent in-company.

Note that in 2017, the Magellan Institute’s declaration to Datadock was approved. The Magellan Institute is in full compliance with the requirements of the Décret Qualité of 30 June 2015 and can therefore be included in the directory of training providers by all professional training funding bodies.

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