The Doctor of Human Resource Management & Talent Development is a doctoral program that aims to provide students with theoretical knowledge of human resource management as well as in-depth talent development.
The program combines in-depth study of human resource management and talent development courses with PhD thesis research that combines expertise with research capabilities.
Doctor of Human Resource Management and Talent Development (HRM.D) is the most prestigious title in Human Resource Management and Talent Development.
The Doctor of Human Resource Management & Talent Development at the Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U) is a dual degree program offered by France and the United Kingdom. Students graduate with two independent degrees.
Graduates will receive:
The program is designed for both study full time on our campus in France and for international learner study busy people by embracing the Hybrid model, which combines live classes and local tutors (online). With the Hybrid learning model, students can study French and UK programs and earn degrees as full-time students without having to live and work in France like our full-time students.
Degrees: 2 independent degrees with a specialization based on the doctoral thesis
The Doctor of Human Resource Management and Talent Development (HRM.D) dual degree program is an applied research-oriented program in which students will take research-related courses and conduct research step by step with the assistance and supervision of instructors. If the student wishes to publish international articles on the ISI/SCOPUS system or international journals owned or affiliated with Paris-U after completing their studies, they will be guided through a customized route.
The program is two years long. The method of instruction consists of a combination of globally livestreamed lectures (Live Classes) and online tutors and instructors.
Students will complete each phase of their doctoral thesis after each course.
PhD thesis stage (60 credits)
Human Resource Management & Talent Development (HRM.D) doctoral thesis will be associated with knowledge development in human resource management & talent development.
Unlike PhD programs, the HRM.D program does not require but encourages the publication of academic journals on the ISI/SCOPUS system.
Students who complete the Doctor of Human Resources Management and Talent Development dual degree program can:
- Be able to conduct research relevant to the Human Resource Management & Talent Development research context.
2. Be able to collect, organize, and choose theoretical foundations for doctoral research projects
3. Be able to design an entire study.
4. Be able to create a research proposal and carry out research.
Université Libérale de Paris is the only university where Doctor of Human Resource Management and Talent Development (HRM.D) students can study a full range of specialized courses in Human Resource Management and Talent Development at both Master and Doctoral levels. Students use these specialized materials to expand their knowledge and aid in the research process.
All course materials for the Human Resource Management and Talent Development majors at the Master’s (Level 7 EQF) and Doctoral (Level 8 EQF) levels are available on the training management system (LMS), and only PhD students at Université Libérale de Paris have access to them.
Students taking the Doctor of Human Resource Management & Talent Development (HRM.D) program have access to the following materials and lectures:
Students in the HRM.D program will have specialized knowledge at the doctoral level as well as research capacity from the doctoral program with the support of supplementary materials.
The doctoral program at Université Libérale de Paris is designed with a two-year training period and a doctoral thesis that meets international standards.
When participating in the PhD program in conjunction with the UK qualification system Level 8 Diploma, each PhD student can choose between two training programs, depending on their orientation: Human Resource Management and Talent Development Doctorate (Doctor of Human Resource Management & Talent Development)
Despite having the same major, the Doctorate in Human Resource Management & Talent Development (HRM.D) has many differences. Among the fundamental distinctions are:
Despite sharing the same specialization, the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) have many differences. Some of the fundamental differences are as follows:
|1||Title||Doctor of Philosophy in [specialization]||(HRM.D or D.HRM; Human Resource Management and Talent Development Doctor or Doctor of Human Resource Management & Talent Development)|
|2||Categories||Doctor of Science||Professional Doctorate (a focus on career applications)|
|3||Level||Doctor (highest academic level in professional specializations)||Doctor (highest academic level in Human Resources Management and Talent Development)|
|4||Training time||3 – 5 years||2 – 5 years|
|5||Learning and research objectives||Creating a new theoretical framework for the industry||
Developing a new theoretical system and/or practical solutions for human resource management and talent development
|6||International academic journals on ISI/SCOPUS||If students require, they will be encouraged and guided on a customized route||If students require, they will be encouraged and guided on a customized route|
|7||Courses||Research courses and Colloquium||Research courses and Colloquium|
|8||Doctoral thesis||Highly academic||Highly practical|
|10||Level according to the European Qualifications Framework||Level 8||Level 8|
|11||Career path||Education, Research||Education, Management|
|12||Academic development path||PostDoc||PostDoc|
Candidates who register for the program will be considered by the application department before joining the program, in addition to the entry requirements, to ensure that they understand and benefit from the program.
Entry requirements must meet at least one of the following criteria:
English language requirements:
The Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U) reserves the right to accept or reject an application based on the accrediting agency’s requirements and Paris-global U’s acceptance criteria.
The Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U) is a university that is both institutionally and programmatically accredited by Ofqual UK.
HRM.D is a dual degree program in Human Resource Management and Talent Development. Students receive the following upon graduation:
The Level 8 Diploma in Human Resource Management and Talent Development from the London Academy of Sciences
In the United Kingdom, Level 8 is equivalent to:
|Level||Qualification Framework||Equivalent degrees|
|8||Level UK (RQF)||Level 8 diploma|
|12||Level in Scotland (SCQF)||Doctoral Degrees
Professional Development Awards
|Doctor||The Frameworks for Higher Education Qualifications of UK (FHEQ)||Doctorate, for example, Doctor of philosophy (PhD or DPhil)|
|8||Level in Europe (EQF)||Doctorate, for example Doctor of Philosophy (PhD or DPhil)
Level 8 diploma
|10||Level in Austratlia (AQF)||Doctoral Degree|
|10||Level in Africa (ACQF)||Doctoral Degree|
|8||Level ASEAN (ARQF)||Doctoral Degree
Level 8 Diploma
|8||Level based on Vietnam Qualification Framework (VQF)||Doctoral Degree|
Doctorate of Human Resource Management and Talent Development (HRM.D) awarded by Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U)
The Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U) Doctorate in Human Resource Management and Talent Development is equivalent to Level 8 Diploma of the EQF European Qualification Framework and is assessed using the Paris-U accreditation system.
The Doctor degree in Human Resource Management & Talent Development is the highest level of education available in the field of Human Resource Management & Talent Development. PhD students can advance their careers as experts, experts in theory and practice, lecturers, or grow into senior roles in the industry and field, thanks to the dual degree system that combines a British Level diploma and the Université Libérale de Paris’ PhD in Human Resource Management & Talent Development.
Students can participate in PostDoc programs based on the fields of research they want to develop if they want to conduct international research, publish international articles on the ISI, SCOPUS system, and so on.
Graduate students can also publish books, studies developed during their studies, or research that comes up during their studies.
Tuition policies are in keeping with the provisions of the Paris-U policy and subject to change without notice. In some case, Paris-U offer variety of Scholarships for International Students.
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