International Human Resource Management

Students get insights into major topics of Human Resource Management (HRM) in an international context. The course will feature data and examples from academic research and management practice.

The lecture covers the following topics:

  • Comparative HRM
  • Culture’s consequences
  • Cross-border mergers and acquisitions
  • Global ethics
  • Global workforce planning and staffing
  • Training and management development in the global enterprise
  • The department of international HRM

Qualification aims:

Lectures will provide an introduction to relevant aspects of HRM in an international context. While studying several peer-reviewed journal articles and working on various case studies, students are able to discuss and transfer knowledge between theory and practice. In addition, students get the opportunity to improve their skills in team work and communication in short presentations.

Course Type:

International Human Resource Management
International Human Resource Management

Exam: Final Exam (90 minutes)

6 C
Exam requirements:
Demonstrate a profound knowledge in the contents    
of lectures and required reading material.

Attendance: 42 hours Self-study: 138 hours
Entrance requirements:
Recommended prerequisites:

Language: English
Prof. Dr. Dr. Fabian J. Froese

Cycle: Winter Semester

Term: 1 Semester
Max. students:
no limitation
Recommended semester: