Overview

1st and 2nd years in initial course ( including work-study internship) or sandwich-course* (3 weeks in the company and 1 week in class)​ and in French.
* Conditions apply for international students

This programme is aimed at students who wish to acquire both managerial and strategic skills in order to reach high-level management positions in Human Resources.

Objective

  • Identify the needs, the populations concerned and their state of acceptance and resistance to transformation
  • Choosing the most appropriate levers in terms of communication and training while preserving your social climate.
  • Finding men capable of leading the boat and directing your transformations.
  • Block 1: Human resource management strategy
  • Block 2: Managing and developing skills
  • Block 3: Managing teams in a time of transition and change
  • Block 4: Managing safety and welfare at work
  • Block 5: Managing social relations at work
  • Block 6: Managing social dialogue
  • Block 7: Managing salaries and payroll
  • Block 1: HR strategy
  • Block 2: Managing and developing skills
  • Block 3: Managing teams in a context of change
  • Block 4: Managing safety and well-being at work
  • Block 5: Managing social relations at work
  • Block 6: Managing social dialogue
  • Block 7: Managing remuneration and the wage bill

Beginning of courses

  • September 2022

 

TUITION FEES

French and International students:

  •  €12,500 for a sandwich course 
  • €13,500 for an apprenticeship programme*

* Conditions apply for international students

Admission

CANDIDATE PROFILE (French and international students)  
1st year:

  • Holder of a French diploma sanctioning a cycle of higher education of at least 3 years post-baccalaureate certified by the RNCP at level 6 (European nomenclature)  
  • Holder of a French Bac+3 degree approved by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research
  • Holder of a foreign diploma recognized as equivalent by EDC Paris Business School.

Assessment procedures

During the academic curriculum, students are assessed in various ways:

- Exams are specific to the teaching cycle: thereafter, students are evaluated mainly through case studies, role-plays and project presentations.

- A written report is required after every internship in view of demonstrating the acquisition of skills.

- In the 5th year, students submit an End of Studies Thesis (EST) and defend it before a jury composed of two professors. The validation of the EST is one of the requirements for the diploma.

 

More generally, we use the following six levels of cognitive skills to assess our students:

- Understanding: quizzes, matching exercises, etc.

- Recognizing/Knowing: quizzes, matching exercises, etc.

- Applying : (practical exercises, simulations, etc.)

- Analyzing : (problem solving, case studies, etc.)

- Evaluating : (case studies, reviews etc.)

- Creating: (projects etc.)

Professors award bonus points for active participation, in class or on-line, when students contribute to a discussion forum.

Contact

We remain at your disposal by e-mail: 

Pedagogical Director Master Cycle : Laura Haddad - informations@edcparis.edu

Contact for the Disability Advisor Isabelle Fontanella : ifontanella@edcparis.edu

Schooling contact : Laurie-Anne Marquez informations@edcparis.edu

Career opportunities

  • HRD
  • HR Manager
  • HR Development Officers
  • Project manager or HR consultant
  • Research and HR forecasting managers

 

 

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MAIN EVENT
12
Nov
Evening "Discoveries" ONLINE- Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 5:00 pm to 7:00...
26
Nov
Day of preparation for the oral exams of the Sesame Competition from 6 to 7 p.m.
03
Dec
Immersion Experience
12
Nov
Evening "Discoveries" ONLINE- Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
10
Dec
Evening "Discoveries" - Thursday, December 10, 2020 from 6 to 8 p.m.
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