School of Labour and Human Resources
June 30, 2020 - July 26, 2020
Current dates are approximate. Check back in January for exact dates.
A company’s greatest resource is its people; the challenge is fostering a good relationship with those people. With China as a major economic power, professionals who can manage labour relations from a Chinese perspective have a skill that’s in high demand!
Enhance this skill set abroad at the School of Labour and Human Resources, which is a program within the Renmin University of China International Summer School (ISS). This four-week program is tailored to studies in human resources, labor relations, management, economics, sociology and politics.
Renmin University is a premiere Chinese institution that welcomes hundreds of international students each year. In the ISS program you’ll learn about the successful management of work environments that are complex and always evolving. You’ll also discover more about what motivates and influences employee behaviour, and how to work with employers to create a productive and fair relationship.
Students can expect a diverse learning experience, where classroom lectures are complemented by attending conferences that discuss the social and economic issues China is currently facing. You will also benefit from field explorations that showcase how local and international companies approach labour relations.
Getting to know China is a key component of this program, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore the culture. In addition to taking language classes, you’ll join your fellow students on excursions to famous sights such as the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, and the Summer Palace. Renmin University also hosts exchange activities where you can network with students from China and around the world.
Program Specific Eligibility Requirements
Open to students from all CLIC member universities who are enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program in law that have completed at least 30 credits of their degree at the time of enrollment in this program.
See the How to Apply page for general CLIC eligibility criteria.
Apply to the University of Montreal. Contact Kassy Moua (email@example.com) for more information.
Complete an application with the China Scholarship Council.
Complete an online registration form with CLIC: https://clic-horizons.symplicity.com.
University of Montreal – Contact Kassy Moua (firstname.lastname@example.org)
March 6 – China Scholarship Council and the CLIC online registration.
Major: Business Administration