CIFFOP - Université PARIS 2 Panthéon-Assas
Master 2 in International Human Resources Management
The Ciffop-Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas is considered as one of the best academic institutions for human resources in France and its IHRM Master has been awarded the international EPAS accreditation. What makes the difference? An international team with teachers from the academic world and from the business world, a multicultural experience with students from all over the world, a pool of professional tutors (HR Directors) and a strong alumni network (+2000). On top of all of that, all students are apprentices and work in multinational companies while studying at the University.
Duration: 1 or 2 years
Language: English (M1 programme is taught in French)
Entry Requirement: Master 1: 180 ECTS or equivalent / Master 2: 240 ECTS or equivalent
Application: Application dossier + English proficiency + interview
Deadline: Not yet known for 2020 applications. Please consult the Ciffop or Université Panthéon Assas websites for more details.
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- Gabriel MORIN - Program Director, Professor of leadership development
- David HINDLEY - IHRM Tutor / P&O Director, Mars Wrigley France
- Laëtitia MELCHIOR - IHRM M2 Student / Apprentice at Amplifon
- Jocelyn BROWN - IHRM Alumni / Responsable RH, Feed
I don’t speak any French. Is that a problem?
I haven’t studied HR before. Do I need to have some management experience before?
Do you focus on HR within a particular type of company? I want to work in the luxury sector.
I’m from the UK and could study a similar master here, but can’t decide whether to go abroad or not. Why should I study HR in France?
Do I need to already have a masters degree to do this? I don’t understand the difference between a master 1 and a master 2.
Do we only study European labour law? What if I want to work in Asia or in the US afterwards?
For the apprenticeships, do we get to choose where we are placed? Do you help us to find placements?
What kind of people tend to do the programme? What nationalities and how many people are in the programme?
I don’t know if I’m eligible to do an apprenticeship. Would I have to do an internship instead and does that change anything?
Do you help us to find accommodation in Paris?
Do most people normally stay in France after the master?
Do the apprenticeships normally turn into jobs?
My parents aren’t really able to support me financially. Do we get a salary if we’re working?
Do the professors have HR experience themselves?