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Grenoble Ecole de Management

MSc International Human Resource Management in the Digital Age

This program provides students with a deep understanding of global HR management and an insight into the impact and challenges of digital transformation on HR today. This program will equip managers with the tools and knowledge to work in HR anywhere in the world, in any company. These managers will have with the skills to boost corporate performance through the effective management of the company’s workforce and the ability to adapt their organization for the future, both on a human and on a digital level.
Entry requirement: Bachelor or Licence level degree
Accreditation: AMBA, AACSB, EQUIS
Duration: 1 year + 12-months project
Location: Grenoble
Language: English
Selection: academic application + IELTS/TOEFL/TOEIC 
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

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2017-12-07

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Participants:

  • Sabine Lauria - Program Director MSc IHRM &Head of Social Intrapreneurship
  • Ani ADHIKARI - MSc IHRM student
  • 00:16

    The Pitch

    01:37

    Why study international HR management in France?

    03:59

    Do we have to take an entire year to complete the final project thesis? Can we go faster?

    06:41

    Studying HR management in France seems like it would give a very European and Wester approach. What about learning for Asian markets?

  • 07:42

    What is the most important element you look for in a candidate’s application?

    09:46

    Do I need to speak French to do this program?

    11:10

    What kinds of jobs can I expect to get with this diploma? Will it qualify me for C-suite positions in the future?

    12:57

    Three Words Max

  • 14:01

    If I studied life sciences for my bachelor’s am I still eligible to apply?

    16:19

    I saw that accounting is a component in the program. I am terrible at accounting -- how much emphasis does the program put on this?

    17:33

    How many people apply to this master’s each year and how many do you accept?

    18:46

    I’m excited about the broad curriculum offered for the HR management program. Is there a focus placed on any specific area? Or is one thing particularly important?

  • 22:35

    Question for the student -- What have you liked most about this program? And the least? Why?

    23:28

    What exactly is Change and Lean Management? Does it have anything to do with Sheryl Sandberg?

    25:14

    What kinds of topics are covered in the personal and professional development workshops?

    26:44

    Can you give me some examples of possible topics for the final project, please? I wasn’t really counting on doing a thesis for business-type master’s.

  • 28:54

    The Expert Question

    29:04

    The Expert Question: In today’s globalized world where companies become more and more transnational, what is the greatest challenge HR professionals face?

    31:56

    What are the serious games? The website mentions them like we should know what they are, but I’ve never heard of this.

    35:13

    Do any students ever fail certain courses? What happens if they do, can they still graduate or all courses must be passed?

  • 36:05

    What companies does GEM have with companies to help graduates find jobs?

    37:33

    Conclusion

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