International outlook (for UCL students)â€¨The option â€˜Human resource management, organization and institutionsâ€™ includes an exchange programme lasting one semester, during the first year of the master, in one of these foreign institutions: Ecole des Relations Industrielles at the Université de Montréal; Ecole des Relations Industrielles at Université Laval, Québec; Universidad de Sevilla in Spain; Université catholique dâ€™Angers, in France. Students who choose the â€˜European optionâ€™ will participate in the exchange programme co-organised by 13 partner institutions in the European Union: Universität Trier, Germany; Universität Bremen, Germany; Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain; Université des Sciences Sociales de Toulouse, France; University College Dublin, Ireland; Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy; Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy; Universiteit van Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Instituto Superior de Ciencas do Trabalho e da Empresa, Portugal; London School of Economics, Britain; Warwick University, Britain; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. In this option, the exchange programme takes place in the second semester of the first year. The content is similar for all partners of this European network, in order to favour student mobility across the network. The content focuses on comparative approaches of labour and human resource management. The option and the mobility that it implies provide students with a certificate of â€˜European master in labour studiesâ€™, on top of the degree awarded for the entire master programme.
- International appeal (for non-residents)â€¨The programme provides multidisciplinary training combined with an exchange programme and an internship. The main teaching language is French; if a students chooses to do an exchange programme abroad, the teaching language during the exchange programme is the one of the host institution.â€¨â€¨The internship may be done in a language other than French. The same can apply to the final thesis, as long as the details are agreed with the Institute of Labour Sciences and the academic supervisor.