« Human Resources Management in International Companies »
In a changing and ever-more demanding legal environment, the security of all aspects of international assignments has become a major concern. This course is taught by practicing professionals and well-reputed experts. With teaching methods that have been proven to work over the course of 26 years, this course allows participants to gain a full understanding of policy on international assignments as well as the entire process of managing an international
transfer in multidisciplinary and operational terms.
• have knowledge of all human resources management techniques in order to work as an HR manager in an international environment;
• manage the organization of international HR services;
• define the concept of talent in company strategy and manage talents in entities around the world through creation of an employer value proposition, selection and integration and management of career development with a view to retention;
• set and manage CSR and learning & development plans;
• support local management and HR with HR management, but also with managing one-off situations such as crises and mergers and acquisitions;
• have the knowledge, skills, and behavioral and intercultural competencies required to work in English with all internal and external stakeholders.
Career paths and opportunities
• International HR manager
• HR generalist
• Talent manager
• International career manager
• Regional or country HR director or manager
• International HR consultant
Human resources in an international context
International companies are subject to strong competition. The new global economic status quo is leading them to seek growth areas in other developed countries and in emerging countries. In addition, they are also localizing their decisionmaking and production centers to be closer to their markets. In this context, good management of human resources worldwide constitutes a key success factor. As such, the concepts of global talent management and human capital have spread rapidly. While local personnel management is often the responsibility of local employees, regional and global HR issues are important, as is the management of international projects (setup of subsidiaries for example).
Four HR environments where such roles exist:
• General HR management in a company with an international presence
• International HR managers (HR directors of international, entities, regional HR directors, global HR directors for a certain occupation, etc.)
• Global or regional HR managers for learning & development, school relations, etc.
• Consultant in global HR, talent management, etc.
Therefore, international HR managers must have particular aptitudes, knowledge and competencies (business approach, finance, HR strategy, methods and processes, techniques,
regional practices, etc.) and must be open and operational internationally.
Complementing the core program for all three of our HR MBAs, this high-level specialized course provides a grounding in three dimensions: abilities, knowledge and competencies.
A large number of teaching modules and case studies are taught in English.
Former HR director,
Groupe ARC International
and HRD Asia at Groupe Lafarge
Contact the training coordinator :
+33 (0)1 42 34 75 75
2022-2023 admissions closed
Strong points of the MBA
- RNCP qualification: International human resources manager, level 7 *
- Class of 2020 graduate employment rate: 100% after 6 months
- Pass rate in the last 3 years (2018 to 2020): 90%
- Average gross salary on graduation EUR 38k
- 1,440 hours’ training including 540 hours’ classes delivered by occupational experts and 900 hours in-company
- 2 learning expeditions: Singapore and New York