People are the most important asset of any company and now more than ever, organizations are committed to the happiness and retention of great employees. The MBA in Human Resources Management degree focuses on managing people from varied social, cultural and political point of views while developing your personal skills, such as group working and time management.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Students will learn the methods of effective talent scouting and management, as well as the trends and techniques necessary to create and build a high caliber team of professionals.

 

During this program, students will:

 

  1. Understand which elements of the business shape the people management process.
  2. Develop skills for successful communication between employees and employers.
  3. Apply theory to real life scenarios.
Program Duration
1 year
Credits
90
Teaching Language
English
Start Dates
October, January, March
You can do it in
Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux, Online
Schedule
Full-time / Part-time
DEGREE AWARDED
  • A state-recognized, university MBA degree accredited by Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), Spain.

  • An EU Business School Switzerland private and internationally accredited MBA degree.

PROGRAM
(18 CH | 23 ECTS)
  • This course introduces the concepts of effective management in organizational settings. It covers a broad range of management functions, including organizational processes associated such as planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The course also considers the relationship between an individual and an organization, as well as that between the organization and the society in which it operates.

  • An analysis of organizational behavior in the context of contemporary business, both locally and globally, is presented during this course. Students will review factors affecting the behavior of individuals and groups within organizations and how organizations affect their internal culture and respond to their environments. The course will be broadly divided into three parts: (a) individuals in organizations, (b) group or team processes, and (c) organizational processes. Students will also be asked to consider current challenges for managers, such as the impact of today's rapidly changing socio-cultural environment, globalization, evolving technology and shifting employment relationships.

  • An understanding of financial and management accounting fundamentals for managers, stockholders, financial analysts and creditors and other professionals . The first part of the course focuses on financial accounting by understanding how economic events like operating activities, corporate investments and financing transactions are recorded in financial statements (i.e., income statements, balance sheets and statements of cash flow). The second part provides both a framework and the essential tools for analyzing financial statements. The third part examines management accounting from the perspective of a decision-maker to help students develop a framework for understanding managerial reports.

  • This course dissects the marketing management process and focuses on creating and capturing customer value. The methods for discovering unmet customer needs and wants are also examined, along with methods for identifying market segments and target groups and how to successfully communicate a product’s value proposition.

  • This course introduces the essential quantitative methods for analyzing business situations, making business decisions and finding optimal data-based management solutions. Students will explore the most important theories and practical applications of quantitative mathematical modeling for decision making. Students will acquire a greater comprehension of the importance of the business analytical approach, particularly when dealing with complex contexts, thus minimizing risk and uncertainty.

     

  • The need for negotiation skills arises whenever joint decision making is necessary. This seminar develops students’ confidence in their negotiation skills and enables them to become better decision makers. A unique element of the seminar is that students experience the interaction of need, compromise and fear-based negotiations, focusing on the possibility of losing the deal. This seminar also offers an opportunity to discover and experiment with different techniques that help lead to the desired outcomes and clearer decisions.

  • This course introduces international business law, investment treaties and provides a general overview on the different methods of dispute settlement. It is delivered through a combination of theory, practical exercises and class discussions. No previous knowledge of international business law is necessary, as the objective is to give students an understanding of how the law and its mechanisms influence and affect international business operations.

  • This two-part personal and professional development program prepares postgraduate students for becoming next generation leaders. Each session involves different learning methods, spanning both theoretical and experiential learning, and includes self-assessment tools, self-awareness techniques, role-playing, peer-interviewing, journaling, meditation and goal setting, among others. Students will find their purpose and meaning during their EU journey, hone their emotional and social intelligence skills, and determine their career anchors and occupational types.

(21 CH | 27 ECTS)
  • This course covers the key principles of finance. Students learn to analyze and create alternative investment projects and to prepare corresponding budgets. Topics include the managerial approach to financial analysis, budgeting, planning and control, the management of working capital, long-term assets and long-term financing.

  • This course analyses the micro-functions of human resources management and explores its importance in developing, motivating and retaining employees. Students will learn about recruitment and talent acquisition, training, mentoring and promotion, appraisal, fair compensation, conflict resolution and legal issues. Throughout the course students are encouraged to consider the moral and ethical dimensions of HRM decisions, which can affect stakeholders and the organization’s reputation.

  • This course examines basic economic principles used in managerial situations. Topics include: global interdependence and the benefits of trade; market forces of supply and demand; supply, demand and government policies; measuring a nation’s income and cost of living; production and growth; savings, investment and the financial systems; unemployment; the monetary system; and money and inflation. Students learn to apply this knowledge when making economic decisions in a global business context. Students should have basic knowledge of economic terminology.

  • The strategic positioning of an organization is instrumental to its success. Having a clear vision and mission that runs throughout the organization is key to both internal and external branding. To optimize the overall performance of a firm or a business unit within a firm, students learn to identify and analyze the drivers of performance and identify external changes that may affect optimal results. This course reviews the main concepts, methods and tools used in formulating strategies and implementing processes.

  • This course provides an overview of the functions and cost of technology. Students explore how companies make the most of their investment for managing data and for communicating both internally and externally at a time when companies’ IT budgets are continually increasing.

  • The effective manager must understand a wide range of technical and social relationships and be able to integrate them within the cost, performance and time constraints of her/his area of responsibility. A computer-based management simulation (CAPSTONE Business Simulation) is created, which allows the student to test alternative actions of an operating business in a competitive environment without incurring costs or the risk of implementing them in a real setting. The simulation is played over several time periods.

  • This seminar helps students better understand, analyze and identify future career paths. The knowledge and experience acquired during the MBA course inevitably changes the individual’s profile in the market. Reassessing that profile, preparing a new CV and perfecting a networking presentation are essential when planning for the future. The changing business environment requires a more innovative approach to job seeking, and this seminar offers practical support for finding employment after graduating.

  • This seminar focuses on effective oral and written communication in a business setting. Emphasis is placed key principles that will enhance communication and effectiveness, as well as the development of skills and attitudes appropriate for business communication, especially in public speaking.

  • This two-part personal and professional development program prepares postgraduate students for becoming next generation leaders. Each session involves different learning methods, spanning both theoretical and experiential learning, and includes self-assessment tools, self-awareness techniques, role-playing, peer-interviewing, journaling, meditation and goal setting, among others. Students will find their purpose and meaning during their EU journey, hone their emotional and social intelligence skills, and determine their career anchors and occupational types.

(15 CH | 20 ECTS)
  • Students gain a comprehensive perspective of the implications of managing people across borders. The course offers students an up-to-date and thorough understanding of the essential elements of international human resources management (HRM) and its role in globalization, as well as the link between strategy, structure and HRM in multinational corporations.

  • The course focuses on the primary functions of human resources in relation to training and career development. It addresses organizational development activities and processes to help an organization become a learning organization. Various training types, development programs and techniques are explored. Students are provided with tools and information that will help them identify the different learning types and methods to address various learning styles successfully.

  • Students will acquire the essential skills for successful negotiations and communications in the context of human resource management (HRM). It discusses employment relations around the central focus of the employment relationship, taking both individual and collective aspects of this relationship into account and explores in depth the various ways in which these are managed in both unionized and non-union settings. Business processes, such as salary, budget and labor negotiations, are covered, including aspects of labor relations. Practical application of these issues is illustrated using case studies of real business experiences.

  • This course is designed to introduce students to the skills and tools required for optimizing people management in any organizational setting. The course framework is based on the concept that an organization’s primary asset is its employees. The course will look at the role of HR and managers in creating innovative business processes with regards to people management, in a constantly changing, dynamic business and global environment. It therefore addresses contemporary issues such as effective dissemination and communication systems, smart working practices, the talent diversity imperative, cross-cultural negotiation, conflict management and leadership development.

  • This workshop brings a pragmatic approach to contemporary human resources management (HRM) issues in a global perspective. It adopts eight specific areas of HRM which are currently in the spotlight. The underlying concept is to introduce the student to issues that are not covered in more traditional HRM literature and courses and to bring the subject alive with today’s focus in this essential area of the organization. Challenges and theory are discussed in detail, in the context of recent cases for each and every unit.

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  • EU Research & Dissertation Seminars*
  • EU Dissertation
    15 CH / 20 ECTS
*EU Research & Dissertation Seminars will be taken over 2 terms
EMPLOYABILITY

Students graduating from the MBA in Human Resources Management program in Montreux go on to pursue careers in:   

 

• Recruitment 

• Personnel management 

• Compensation management 

• Labor relations 

EXCHANGE OPPORTUNITIES

Some of our courses are available across all five of our campuses. We encourage students to diversify their education by participating in our campus exchanges. Choose the perfect location for you and gain international experience while expanding your global network.

CHECK OUR FACULTY

Our experienced academic department is comprised of entrepreneurs, consultants and business leaders to provide students with the perfect educational balance between classroom theory and real life experiential learning.

 

 

 

 

ADMISSIONS

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