International mobility training pathway

Specialized MBA

« Human Resources and International Mobility Management »

Qualification awarded: Bac + 5


Starts October 2022


11 months

2 Learning expeditions

Singapore and New York

1st place

Eduniversal 2022 league table

Training pathway

+ Integration seminar

+ Core HR modules

HR environment

• HR functions
• Financial and employment approaches
• Sociological and psychological approaches
• Managerial policy

HR administration methods and techniques

• Organization and classification-mapping
• Employment law
• Social relations and negotiation
• Compensation policies and techniques
• Workforce and talent management

> Recruitment
> Career and skills management
> Internal mobility
> High potentials and key competencies
> Performance management
> Professional training
> Knowledge management

• Administration (payroll, administrative procedures)
• Internal communication
• Management control

Management & tools

• Digitization and HR transformation
• Project management
• Change management

+ Specialist modules: International mobility

International mobility policies and principles

HR administration for expatriates

• Selecting expatriates
• Expatriate career management
• Mentoring
• Managing returns

Calculation techniques in compensation for international transfers

• Compensation structure
• Calculation methods
• Payment techniques and their legal and tax implications

Social protection and international assignments

• Cover for health, maternity, disability, death, pensions, unemployment, family benefits, assistance
• International agreements

Taxation of employees on international assignments

• International taxation fundamentals
• International agreements
• Tax compensation methods

Legal fundamentals and international employment contracts

• Employer obligations
• Immigration regulations and practice (entry, stay, work)
• International labor law and legal statuses
• Types of contract and content (clauses)
• Modification and termination of international employment contracts

Health and safety: risk and crisis management

Support for international transfers

• Expatriate partners and families
• Policy and practices for relocation (travel, housing, etc.)
• Preparation for international mobility

Case studies and role plays

Round tables with international mobility managers and experts from the function

+ Learning expeditions to Singapore and New York

+ Group work during months spent in class

+ Company internship

+ Dissertation and oral examination

Course director


Director, International Mobility Club
Head of international mobility training

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: 86% after 6 months
  • Pass rate in the last 3 years           (2018 to 2020): 96%
  • Average gross salary on graduation EUR 41k
  • 1,430 hours’ training including 530 hours’ classes delivered by occupational experts and 900 hours in-company
  • 2 learning expeditions:                  Singapore and New York