International Human Resource Management (IHRM)

International Human Resource Management (IHRM)

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: 1 April
Processing time: 30 days
Intakes: September
International tuition: €7,800
Domestic tuition: €2,083

Program overview

The key to success in any organization lies with its people. In International Human Resource Management (IHRM) students not only learn how to turn that key, but they also develop the skills needed to become a business-savvy and internationally oriented HRM professional.

Study options

This program can be done
On campus



For all Saxion pathways the following general entry requirements are necessary: The student must demonstrate that they have the ability, motivation and determination to successfully complete the course; The student must be admissible to Higher Education through a diploma of secondary education/high school diploma with good results such as for Dutch students VWO, HAVO or MBO and for foreign students diplomas which are equivalent to e.g. the German Abitur (algemeine Hochschulreife), the French Baccalaureate or the American High School (top stream or plus 1 year's college); The student must have sufficient English language skills for the specific course. The students’ qualifications will be assessed by the Admission Officer of the specific study programme. You need to submit diplomas and, depending on the study programme of your choice, you might need to submit a curriculum vitae, letter of motivation and/or complete an intake interview. English requirements are Academic IELTS 6.0.

Career opportunities

Students offer the business world a thorough understanding of business-oriented HR and an adequate translation of the international (corporate) strategy into relevant and modern HR policies. Graduates will be a well-trained professional with in-depth knowledge of change processes and a broad set of intercultural communication skills. Being a well-equipped HRM professional graduates will be welcome to work in internationally renowned organizations such as Bosch, Vodafone, Siemens, BMW, Daimler-Chrysler, Eurodev, Thales, Saint Gobain, KLM, Greenpeace, and the German Chamber of Commerce in China.