Strategic Human Resource Management in Europe

Assoc. Ruxandra Ciulu, PhD

Previous compulsory courses
Passing an English test at FEAA, after application


  • Compulsory courses
    Introduction to European Economy, Current Challenges
    European Integration
    Industrial Relations in European HRM
    Psychological & Sociological Aspects of HRM
    Empirical Social Research (part 1)
    The Process of Strategic Human Resource Planning
    Basics in economic and labour law
    SHRM Measurement Systems
    Basic Theories in HRM
    SHRM: The Concept of Aligning Organisational Strategy and HRM
    Employer Branding, Selection and Recruitment
    Performance Management
    Total Rewards
    Competency and Talent Management
    Business Process Management
    Project Seminar
    HRM Information Systems and Decision-Making
    ICT-Based Communication in HRM
    Intercultural Management
    International Project Management
    The educational plan is valid for the first year of study (2018/2019)
  • Compulsory courses
    Organizational and Group Dynamics
    HRM and the Business Organisation
    Legal Aspects in International HRM
    Specialization: HRM Region -Specifics
    Region-Specific Labor and Social Law
    Benchmarking and Comparative HR Studies
    Empirical Social Research (part 2)
    Master Thesis Part 1: Conception
    Leadership and Motivation
    Diversity, Ethics and Social Responsibility in HRM
    Change Management
    Expatriate Management
    Master Thesis Workshop: Supervision
    The educational plan is valid for the 2nd year of study (2018/2019)

Established in 2015, this is the newest master program at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. For years, our faculty has been acknowledged as one of the leaders in the field of human resources in Romania. Now, we offer you a strategic vision on human resources, as well as the first human resource management program entirely taught in English.

The aim of the Master´s degree program is to offer qualifications and competences in Strategic HR management to master students on a European level. The study program has two thematic focuses: HR management in Europe – both in a European country-by-country comparison and in a global comparison between Europe and other regions (e.g. the U.S.); strategic HR management which is increasingly becoming more important for putting theory into practice.

Thereby, the curriculum ensures the achievement of the study program objectives: a science-based, practice-oriented education for HR management tasks at European and international level. Modules are subdivided into courses for a more thorough approach, the average number of weekly hours being the same as other full-time master programs.

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