Mastère européen

European Master’s in Human Resources Management

Educational level: MASTERE EUROPEEN
Areas of excellence: Management - stratégie et gestion des organisations et des ressources humaines

Human resources management is central to the functioning of every organisation: employees must be welcomed, assigned tasks and supervised throughout their careers. Successful human resources employees must be practical-minded and well-trained and possess excellent people skills.

Whether they are involved in training, recruitment, social security and payroll management or relations with staff and staff representatives, human resources managers must possess both a global vision and wide-ranging expertise. Over and above legal, accounting and financial knowledge, HR specialists must also possess excellent active listening, organisation and forecasting skills.

  • Training Manager
  • Training Officer
  • Recruitment Manager
  • Recruitment Officer
  • Project Manager
  • HR Consultant
  • HR Manager
  • HR Development Manager
  • HR Director
  • Careers Management Director
  • Mobility Manager
  • Industry Relations Manager
  • Perform HR administrative tasks
  • Understand employment contract regulations
  • Assist with day-to-day staff management
  • Communicate effectively with employees, employee representatives and managers
  • Negotiate projects, manage staff and deal with economic, regulatory and legislative issues
  • Implement conflict-prevention strategies
  • Understand how to determine and manage staff salaries
  • Assist with practical HR assignments: skills management, training, job offers etc.
  • Conduct recruitment interviews
  1. Labour Law and Corporate Law
  2. Human Resources Management and HR Strategies
  3. Speciality Module Training or Recruitment