Programme mission 

The Mission of the HRM programme is to educate professionals to become highly competent to work effectively in the context of a society with increasing institutional HR challenges. The programme is conducted by FHR School of Governance, Law & Humanities in cooperation with The International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) and The Rotterdam Department of Public Administration and Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Erasmus University.

 

Learning Goals

  • Become able to identify and understand the most important academic theories and models within the HR domain;
  • Know and understand methods and techniques of academic research within the HR field and are able to apply them independently;
  • Develop into professionals who can work effectively across the entire HR domain and provide leadership;
  • Know and understand the influence of the International and Surinamese context of HR within organizations and are able to use this knowledge in the respective fields.

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding of main HR theories, the role of HR and the functioning of HR Processes and tools within organizations;
  • Ability to evaluate, analyze and formulate solutions for interdisciplinary challenges from an HR perspective;
  • Formulate contemporary judgments based on the understanding of normative and ethical dimensions;
  • Ability to translate academic insights to HR practice and act as a bridge in complex networks or multidisciplinary teams;
  • Have an aptitude for learning that is required to independently keep track of academic developments.

 

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Contact Josepha Linger
MHRM Program Manager
Telephone:
+597 520797
Email: josepha.linger@fhrinstitute.sr

Target population

The program is designed for HR managers and young HR professionals in the private, public and the third sector of Suriname.

Mode of Delivery

In-class lecturing is from Monday till Friday from 18:00 – 21:30 and on Saturday from 10:00 – 13:30 hrs.

Individual in-class exams are on a Saturday from 09:30 – 12:30 hrs.

Class attendance is compulsory.

Program Structure

This part-time MHRM programme consists of 60 ECTS and is lectured over 2 years in 10 modules, 5 workshops and a capstone. The modules are characterized as Foundation, Core and Performance.

Title upon completion

Master in Human Resource Management granted by FHR Lim A Po Institute for Higher Education, nationally accredited by Nationaal Orgaan voor Accreditatie (NOVA) and internationally certified by Society of Human Resource Management (SMHRM).

*EC (European Credit): A unit expressing the Study Load for students, whereby 1 EC = 28 hours of study. An EC encompasses all study activities, including classroom contact hours as well as hours spent on self-study and group work. 

A Master degree in Human Resource Management will help you gain the strategic, organizational, management, and analytical skills that today’s employers are seeking. The program offers you the opportunity to grow, to get new incentives and insights. With up-to-date knowledge you are more effective and productive.

Common career opportunities:

Compensation and Benefits officer:

You will be in  charge of designing attractive compensation packages and selecting employee benefit programs, compensation and benefits officers use labor market and insurance market expertise to help organizations compete for top talent.

Labor Relations officer:

Every organization has to abide by local and international labor law. Labor relations officers make sure organizations do just that. They use their expertise in labor law and labor issues to ensure compliance with legal mandates and avoid labor-related lawsuits and other labor-related problems. For organizations using union labor, labor relations officers are typically the liaison between the organization and the union.

Training and Development officer:

Many organizations invest in training and development and it’s the role of the training and development officer to manage everything from new employee orientations to training programs for employees of all levels and positions. Typically, training and development officers work closely with management to determine what skills need improving and then seek out appropriate tutors and/or programs.

Human Resource Manager

An HR manager is skilled and knowledgeable in all facets of human resource management. In small and mid-size companies, they typically run the HR department and advise upper management on HR strategies that can help meet strategic goals. In large organizations, an HR manager may function under a corporate HR director. In these situations, HR managers oversee a specific HR department, like recruiting, training, or compensation and benefits.

Admission requirements

Candidates are admitted on a competitive selection basis.
In order to be eligible for admission to the MHRM programme, an applicant needs to fulfill to the following requirements:

a. Degree
A Bachelor degree from a recognized institute (university/HBO), or its equivalent.
b. Work experience
At least two (2) or more years of relevant working experience.
c. English Proficiency
Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in the English language by submitting official test scores from TOEFL or from the FHR TOEFL Equivalent Test.
d. Successful completion of the Admission Required Leveling Courses
All applicants must successfully complete the following admission required leveling courses before December 15, 2020.
e. Submit mandatory documents
  1. a completed and duly signed application form providing the candidate’s personal data, educational record and employment record
  2. copies of certificates and academic transcripts
  3. curriculum vitae
  4. personal motivational letter
  5. Two (2) reference letters from employers or other professionals
  6. copy of a valid ID or passport
  7. one passport size picture
All letters and documents must be submitted in Dutch or English.

Deadlines

Early Bird Deadline
Submit your application before September 15, 2020 and receive an application fee waiver.
Application deadline
The application deadline is  October 15, 2020

Application Fee

The admission required leveling courses start in October 2020
and the admission fee of € 300 is due by that date.

Program tuition Fee

The tuition fee amounts to € 10.000 (including costs of textbooks
and other study material).

Funding

Payment of the Program tuition Fee (incl. books and study material) :
a. Full payment at once
b. Two installments: 50% to be paid latest by September 30, 2020
50% to be paid latest by April 30, 2021
c. A free of interest periodic installment agreement with FHR

 

We expect each participant to arrange own funding of the tuition fee or through sponsorship of his/her employer

 

Alternative funding options are available through:
  • Study financing from Nationale Ontwikkelingsbank (NOB)
*The above mentioned fees may be converted to Surinamese dollars based on the Centrale Bank Exchange sales rate on the day of payment.
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