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  • Building Competence. Crossing Borders.

    International HR ManagementCertificate of Advanced Studies (CAS)

  • PURPOSE

    Companies competing in an international environment face a

    variety of demands on their organizations and people. Their

    challenge is to address needs and issues that can be con-

    tradictory as a result of the diverging strategies of different

    entities operating in different cultural and economic contexts

    simultaneously. International HR management competence

    can contribute significantly to the success of global corpora-

    tions. Let us help you find the best fit for your company and

    its subsidiaries in terms of people and HR systems.

    OBJECTIVES

    This CAS program will enable participants to

    contribute to the financial success of their organization

    by enabling them to manage people effectively across

    national borders,

    contribute to the development and implementation of

    their organizations international corporate strategy,

    develop, implement, and maintain effective human

    resource policies and practices in a multicultural

    business environment,

    manage the international HR function more efficiently,

    work with and manage people from different cultures

    more effectively.

    TARGET AUDIENCE

    HR managers working in an international business

    environment

    Local country HR managers of international companies

    Global mobility specialists

    MAS CREDIT

    The CAS in International Human Resource Management

    can be completed as part of the MAS in Human Capital

    Management at the School of Management and Law or the

    MAS in Human Resource Management at the Institute of

    Applied Psychology.

    The implementation of global strategies is hampered by a shortage of international management talent.

    Fit for the Global Challenge

    Program

    Applying HR Systems in an International Context: Corporate Responsibility Global Staffing Developing People Globally Global Performance Management Global Compensation Managing Global Mobility

    FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ADAPTATION OF HR SYSTEMS

    Country Workbook

    Corporate Strategy and Culture Cultural Diversity Institutions

  • PROGRAM OVERVIEW

    MODULE 1 6 ECTS Credits

    MODULE 2 6 ECTS Credits

    The Framework of International HR Management Applying HR Systems

    Introduction to international HR management

    Corporate strategy and culture

    Cultural diversity

    International labor regulations

    Institutional factors

    Integrative session: Doing business in India / the Middle

    East / Russia

    The global HR function

    Business ethics and corporate responsibility

    Global staffing and people development

    Global performance management and compensation

    Managing global mobility

    Presentation of country workbooks

    Information Event

    Center for Human Capital Management

    Register now:

    www.zhaw.ch/zhcm/info-apero

    The analysis of institutional factors enables effective local adaptation of HR systems.

    Global Efficiency Versus Local Responsiveness

    Structure and Content

    METHODOLOGY

    Classes consist of lectures by instructors and industry guest

    speakers, exercises, discussions, work on practical cases,

    class presentations, and experience-sharing sessions. In ad-

    dition, participants study the relevant literature to consolidate

    their knowledge of the issues covered in the classroom as

    well as preparing for their performance assessments.

    INSTRUCTORS

    The instructor team for this program consists of ZHAW lec-

    turers and research associates, business executives, and

    entrepreneurs. They are well-connected, able to share cut-

    ting-edge knowledge, and guarantee a critical overview of

    current trends.

  • Center for Human Capital Management

    The Center for Human Capital Manage-

    ment (ZHCM) is the HR and Leadership

    Competence Center at the ZHAW School of

    Management and Law. We support execu-

    tive boards, line managers, and HR man-

    agers in managing their human capital ef-

    fectively and enable their organizations to

    achieve sustainable competitive advan-

    tages. In addition to designing and teach-

    ing BSc, MSc, and continuing education

    programs, we also advise companies and

    institutions and actively engage in research

    and development. Our partners benefit from

    a broad range of solutions as well as the

    expertise and extensive experience of indi-

    vidual members of the ZHCM team in com-

    panies representing various industries and

    operating sizes.

    www.zhaw.ch/zhcm

    Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions

    Contact

    COURSE LEADER

    Monika Rohrer, lic. phil. I

    ZHAW School of Management and Law

    Phone +41 58 934 78 40

    monika.rohrer@zhaw.ch

    ADMINISTRATION AND REGISTRATION

    ZHAW School of Management and Law

    Customer Service, Continuing Education

    Theaterstrasse 15b

    P.O. Box

    8401 Winterthur

    Switzerland

    Phone +41 58 934 79 79

    info-weiterbildung.sml@zhaw.ch

    Monika RohrerSenior LecturerCenter for Human Capital Management

  • Organizational Details

    The Key to Your Success

    Visit our website for further details.

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    The program is aimed at graduates of universities or univer-

    sities of applied sciences with at least three years of profes-

    sional experience. Professionals without a university degree

    may also be admitted, provided they have at least five years

    of professional experience and relevant continuing educa-

    tion qualifications (such as Personalfachfrau / Personalfach-

    mann mit eidg. Fachausweis / Diplom or similar). The final

    decision to admit an applicant will rest with the Course

    Leader.

    REGISTRATION

    The application period ends one month before the start of

    the program. To register, visit:

    www.zhaw.ch/zhcm/weiterbildung

    PROGRAM DATES

    For the current program dates, please visit:

    www.zhaw.ch/zhcm/weiterbildung

    WORKLOAD

    Participants completing the program successfully earn 12

    ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits. Each credit

    is the equivalent of 25 to 30 hours of work.

    PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTS

    The performance assessment for the first module involves a

    country analysis and for the second module the develop-

    ment of recommendations regarding the implementation of

    HR systems in that country.

    LOCATION

    Classes take place on the campus of the ZHAW School of

    Management and Law in Winterthur, a two-minute walk from

    Winterthur main railway station.

    www.zhaw.ch/sml/campus

    DURATION

    The program takes 3 4 months to complete, allowing par-

    ticipants to combine work and study.

    CLASS SCHEDULE

    Classes take place from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm on a specific

    day of the week.

    LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

    The language and course materials are in English.

    QUALIFICATION

    Participants who complete all the performance assessments

    successfully and have an attendance record of at least 80

    percent receive a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Inter-

    national Human Resource Management.

    FEE

    The program fee is CHF 6,900 and includes all course

    materials.

    TERMS OF PARTICIPATION

    Visit our website to download the general terms of admis-

    sion and participation for programs of continuing education

    at the ZHAW School of Management and Law:

    www.zhaw.ch/sml/atb-wb

  • School of Management and LawSt.-Georgen-Platz 2P.O. Box8401 WinterthurSwitzerland

    www.zhaw.ch/sml

    Zurich University of Applied Sciences

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