Master in International Human Resource Management (MIHRM)


The Master in International Human Resource Management (MIHRM) program has been designed to comprehend the existing perspective of human resource professionals of Bangladesh and beyond to help and guide the local and global workforce. This program combines a mix of theory and practice and prepares students to work as HR professionals or people management within the global organizations. By studying this program, students will receive the grounding in the field of international HRM with a specific focus on its’ development into a strategic function within global organizations. As well as developing a comparative awareness of the various elements of HR practices. Students will be equipped with a range of analytical, diagnostic and facilitative tools to support their future work in international teams. This course will focus on case/project base approach of teaching. Country’s leading academic and HR professionals will deliver the courses.



This program will certainly help our graduates preparing career as an HR professional in an organization with an international workforce. It provides a solid foundation to the students seeking a career where one will have responsibility for developing local and global HR systems that integrate corporate social responsibility, innovation and participatory practices.  It is expected to complete this program in a minimum of 16 (sixteen) months of full-time study, and the maximum time limit is forty-eight months i.e. 4 (four) years. However, it will take lesser time for those candidates who will get wavier of the foundation & optional courses. The program culminates with an oral comprehensive exam to assess the student’s grasp of theoretical and practical issues identified in the final thesis dissertation. It is designed to create managers by providing state-of-the-art HR/talent management skills.



The minimum qualification for admission to this program will be as follows:

  1. A bachelor degree from a recognized university with a minimum GPA of 2.50 or above in a scale of 4.00, or at least second divisions/classes in all previous public exams;
  2. Applicant must pass the university admission test.
  • Applicant must face one-to-one interview for final selection. Practicing HR professionals will be given preference.


A candidate will have to complete 42 credit hours including 3 credit hours project/dissertation to get MIHRM degree. It is required to maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.00 out of 4 throughout the program in order to fulfill the minimum degree requirement. A student must complete at least 50 percent of the total courses in order to be eligible for certificate awarding from this university defined as residency requirement.


UIU Grading Policy will be applicable for this MIHRM program.



A student may avail waiver/credit transfer for a maximum of 6 (six) courses from foundation and optional courses. Credit transfer in cases of transferred students from recognized universities locally and globally may be allowed.

BBA/MBA graduates, PGDHRM certificate holders and equivalent degree holders from any university/institution recognized by Government may get waiver/credit transfer from maximum 6 (six) courses from foundation and optional courses in MIHRM program. However, a candidate must secure minimum “B” grade or CGPA 3.00 in the scale of 4.00 to get waiver/credit transfer in MIHRM program.