Find the REPLAY & THE ANALYSIS by Campus-Channel for this program here: http://www.campus-channel.com/fr/grenoble-ecole-de-management-msc-international-human-resource-management-in-the-digital-age.html
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 Trois Mots 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?