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IGR-IAE Rennes 1 - Graduate School of Management

Master in International Human Resources Management

This international HRM Master aims at training Human Resources Managers to work in an English and multicultural context for small and medium sized import/export companies or major international groups. It develops a wide range of up-to-date skills in social innovation and in HRM. The program concentrates on the key role of HRM project management in an international context. The specificity of this program is to combine a comprehensive academic program, in international HRM with intensive French language courses. All the courses are designed to be organized with small group dynamics: case studies, role playing and management problem solving.

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Entry requirement: 4-year Bachelor’s degree / the first year of a 2-year Master
Duration: 1 year
Location: Rennes
Language: English
Selection: academic application + TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS

Replays

2017-11-23

Analysis

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The questions

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Participants:

  • Dr Caroline Ruiller - Program Director
  • Jennie Ornella Kengne Kamga - Alumni 2016-2017
  • 00:18

    The Pitch

    01:45

    Why study at your school as an international student? Is the goal to get a job in France?

    03:52

    Do I need professional experience to apply?

    05:57

    Do I have to speak French to apply?

  • 07:38

    Is IGR IAE Rennes considered a leader in training for HR management in France?

    09:21

    What types of jobs aimed by the master degree in IHRM and sought for by Companies in Rennes or Paris?

    13:04

    Are there housing services for international students?

    14:37

    What is your class Communication 3.0 about? Is that next-level social media?

  • 16:31

    What do think sets this program apart from other IHR programs?

    18:44

    Hi Jennie! What did you like most about the program? What would you change?

    20:07

    Conclusion