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  • MSHRM Program Objective
    Preview Alumni Testimonial MSHRM Brochure MSHRM Program Objective Home MSHRM The four main learning goals for students in the Temple University Singapore s Master of Science in Human Resource Management MSHRM program are 1 Understand the strategic challenges associated with the role and impact of strategic HR activities in building the high performance organization Understand how leading and managing the total enterprise impacts the organization Understand ethical issues related to the profession of HR management 2 Understand the impact of employment careers the workplace and in general the world of work on the lives of employees citizens and society at large Understand public policy issues and societal trends and how they impact the organization from an HR perspective Demonstrate understanding of basic theoretical knowledge in the area of human behavior in the context of work Demonstrate knowledge of employee motivation group behavior leadership and decision making from an HR perspective 3 Demonstrate a high degree of knowledge and professional competency in the contemporary field of HRM Demonstrate knowledge of performance management reward systems and human capital investment Demonstrate knowledge of staffing practices and labor management relations Demonstrate knowledge of safety management and employment legal requirements Demonstrate knowledge of global human

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  • MSHRM Admission
    highly interactive intense classroom work environment Personal statement Application Materials Your application must include the items listed below All required materials should be received by IEEC on or before the designated application deadline The admission committee will not review incomplete applications 1 Formal Application A formal application will be provided by IEEC office 2 Certified Transcripts Official transcripts from all colleges and universities in which you attended The transcripts should include all course names and grades Only transcripts that bear the seal mark or signature of an authorized official of the university where you earned your degree or have taken courses are acceptable Once sealed the envelopes must not be opened All transcripts should be sent to the IEEC office in Singapore If your transcripts are not in English you must submit both the official transcripts written in its original language and an English translation made by a professional translator The translation must be in the same envelope and must be signed by the translator 3 Two Letters of Reference Professional references are preferred though academic references are also acceptable The person should be able to evaluate or assess the applicant s on the job performance or academic abilities Their input will be very valuable for the admissions process therefore we recommend you carefully select individuals who know you well enough Narrative letters to the admissions committee or Temple University reference forms are accepted The forms can be requested from The letters of recommendation must be sent directly by your referee via email to or by post to the IEEC office in Singapore 4 Personal Leadership Essay A one page personal essay is required Please describe an incident from your personal experiences that typifies your definition of leadership Specifically address ethics diversity collaboration and motivation Please provide any additional information or material you would like to include such as discussing any weaknesses or strengths that bear on your application 5 Statement of Goals Describe how you would expect to change over the course of the program What personal and professional values and skills do you hope to acquire beyond the academic content How will obtaining the degree help you achieve your career goals 6 Current Professional Resume 7 Application Fee US 60 00 non refundable 8 Digital passport sized photograph in jpg format 9 Personal Interview Selected candidates will be scheduled for a personal interview with either a senior member of IEEC staff or faculty member of Temple University to complete the application assessment Mailing Address International Executive Education Center 75 Bukit Timah Road 05 15 16 Boon Siew Building Singapore 229833 The deadline for the 2013 2014 program is 31 January 2013 Tuition Fees The tuition fee is US 27 500 plus US 2 000 course materials fee Tuition fee will be payable by installments The payment schedule will be advised upon acceptance into the Program Tuition fee covers all classes assignments and examinations Scholarships Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need Other special

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  • MSHRM Tuition & Scholarships
    Our Trainers Blog Alumni Events Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral MSHRM Overview Engage Apply Academics Faculty Calendar Program Objective Admissions Tuition Scholarships MSHRM Class Preview Alumni Testimonial MSHRM Brochure Tuition Scholarships Home MSHRM Tuition Fees The tuition fee is US 27 500 plus US 2 000 course materials fee Tuition fee will be payable by installments The payment schedule will be advised upon acceptance into the Program Tuition fee covers all classes assignments and examinations Scholarships Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need Other special circumstances will be considered Awards are given in the form of tuition remission Scholarships in each category will be awarded once per intake Dean s Scholarship SG 2 500 Open to all applicants Young Leaders Scholarship SG 1 000 For applicants age 32 and under Transition Scholarship SG 1 000 For those who are transitioning into the HR industry Temple Alumni Scholarship SG 1 000 Open to all Temple Alumni Women Mean Leaders Scholarship SG 1 000 Open to all women Scholarship applications are assessed against the eligibility criteria and the minimum requirements of each scholarship While you may be considered for multiple categories only one scholarship per person will be awarded Click here to download the Scholarship Application Form All applicants will receive written notification of the results of their scholarship application Important Scholarship requests are only processed from candidates who have already completed their formal application to Temple University Applying for Scholarships Scholarship applications are due by January 31 2013 and review of scholarship application is conducted once a year Application documents and other correspondence should be addressed as follows International Executive Education Center Temple University Executive MBA EMBA Program 75 Bukit Timah Road 05 15 16

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  • Jan 8th Information Session & Class Preview for Masters HR Management
    Excel Tip of the Month Our Trainers Blog Alumni Events Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral January 8th Info Session Class Preview MSHRM Home Date Tuesday January 8 2013 7 00pm Category Information Sessions Ever wondered if a Masters of Science in Human Resource Management MSHRM was right for you Join us for an informational open house and learn about our MSHRM program Learn about Temple University s highly relevant and timely topics such as leadership communications strategic challenges in HR managing rew ards best practices in HR negotiations managing in a dynamic environment among others The program is designed for HR professionals who wish to be real business partners and not just augment their careers with additional professional development It is also designed for business professionals who are interested in moving into a strategic HR career geared towards managing the human capital within the enterprise After the information open house sit in on Dr Robert Giaclone s class on Ethics Social Responsiblity in Organizations All courses are taught by our experienced faculty who will be traveling from Philadelphia to Singapore The session will be held at the National Library

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  • MSHRM Alumni Testimonial
    Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral MSHRM Overview Engage Apply Academics Faculty Calendar Program Objective Admissions Tuition Scholarships MSHRM Class Preview Alumni Testimonial MSHRM Brochure Alumni Testimonial Home MSHRM Among the greatest assets of the Masters of Human Management Resource Management MSHRM program at the Fox School of Business is its students and alumni Both diverse and dynamic in their experience and backgrounds the students in the Fox MSHRM program possess a wealth of knowledge and expertise that enhances the classroom experience and allows for the professional growth of fellow students and faculty Here s what our alumni are saying about our MSHRM program Soong Meng Wong Senior Vice President Relationship Management for Fullerton Financial Holding International Singapore MSHRM Alumni Class of 2012 For me the best part of the Temple MSHRM program was the interaction with my fellow classmates Each of us comes with very different backgrounds and experiences The Temple professors did a great job in facilitating dynamic discussions and interactions to bring out the best from us The active engagement in class coupled with knowledge sharing by Temple professors have certainly been an enriching experience It helped to open up my experience hardened mind to look at different perspectives and explore new possibilities The Temple MSHRM program has certainly provided me the platform to re engage myself Arundhati Raghavan Group Human Resource Manager for Kirkham Group Singapore MSHRM Alumni Class of 2012 A master s degree is not just about gaining knowledge or understanding concepts We fear what we think we don t know The MSHRM program from the Temple University Fox School of Business offered through IEEC uncovered so many aspects of HR and business that I didn t even know I didn t know The program not only taught me about the

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  • MSHRM Brochure
    Events Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral MSHRM Overview Engage Apply Academics Faculty Calendar Program Objective Admissions Tuition Scholarships MSHRM Class Preview Alumni Testimonial MSHRM Brochure Temple University MSHRM Brochure Home MSHRM Complete the form below to download the MSHRM brochure First Name Last Name Company name Position Title Phone Number Email Address How did you first hear about us

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  • White Papers
    other investment banks frequently employed the use of repurchase agreements or repos A common tool in the industry repos allows banks and other entities to raise cash quickly for short periods of time The transaction is relatively straight forward The borrower pledges collateral securities bonds etc equal to the amount of cash that will be borrowed from the counter party typically a bank or other entity with excess cash on hand The lender receives a fee plus interest on the funds while they re outstanding When the transaction is unwound the lender receives its funds and releases the hold on the collateral Click on the link below to download the full white paper Link to whitepaper Lehman Brothers Accounting Magic Deleveraging Manipulation and Moral Hazard White Paper The Role of Savings Rate in the Economic Crisis White Paper Author Dr Amir Shoham Temple University Published date June 13 2012 When considering the current economic crisis we can discern that variables of two different types contributed to its creation and magnitude The first are the real variables that caused the initial imbalance in the economy The second variables are the nominal ones which are usually catalysts that accelerate situations Metaphorically the real variables can be compared to fire and the nominal ones to the fuel Considering the way the crisis evolved there is a clear view of the chief real variable that caused the crisis This variable is the change in the savings rates primarily in the US If we briefly review the history of the crisis we see that the first signals of genuine economic instability began to appear in the first half of 2007 when a large wave of sub prime mortgage lenders in the United States became insolvent However the seeds of the crisis were planted many years before The United States created a deficit in its current account that grew steadily throughout the last decade The deficit on one side of the ocean created surplus on the other side especially in countries like China and Singapore These countries then loaned the surplus back to the US so that it would be able to continue buying imports Usually a current account deficit is highly correlated with a government deficit and the data from years before the crisis show that the US is no different During this period several bubbles were created in the American economy The first bubble appeared in the lending market led by the housing market where mortgages are granted to sub prime borrowers and prime borrowers with low self equity These loans expanded beyond all reasonable proportions because of the financial system s eagerness for short term profits This eagerness was ignited by short term incentive contracts signed with managers of financial companies or what is known professionally as the principal agent problem Simultaneously mortgages became securitized which created an additional problem when rating companies granted these securities AAA ratings despite the high risk levels The lack of supervision over the highly influential rating companies working in an unregulated branch exacerbated the crisis Click on the link below to download the full white paper Link to whitepaper The Role of Savings Rate in the Economic Crisis Paper Crowdfunding A New Era of Democratized Entrepreneurship Paper Author Dr Sunil Wattal Temple University Published date May 10 2012 Crowd funding has been defined as a collective effort by consumers who network and pool their money together usually via the Internet in order to invest in and support efforts initiated by other people or organizations Crowd funded marketplaces Internet platforms that support the crowd funding process have recently emerged as a viable new approach to sourcing capital to support innovative entrepreneurial ideas and ventures In these markets any individual can propose a project and interested others can contribute their funds to support it These markets typically come in one of four configurations i lending based ii reward based iii donation based and iv equity based Amongst these lending and donation based platforms are the longest standing Well known examples of lending and donation based markets include Kiva org micro finance which was established in 2005 and Prosper com peer to peer lending which was established in 2006 Recently reward based platforms have come to the fore A prime example of this marketplace type is Kickstarter which helped entrepreneurs to raise just under 100 million in 2011 and is set to raise triple that amount in 2012 Finally equity based platforms are virtually non existent in the United States at the moment due to legal restrictions that are currently undergoing changes However CrowdCube founded in 2010 and based in the United Kingdom is the best known example of this crowd funding format Click on the link below to download the full white paper Link to whitepaper Crowdfunding A New Era of Democratized Entrepreneurship White Paper The Road to Convergence One Set of Global Accounting Standards Author Michael Moughan CPA CFP Ph D Temple University Published date April 24 2012 Can the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board Agree on One Set of Global Accounting Standards and will the Securities Exchange Commission Agree to the Standards adopted The Securities and Exchange Commission SEC is on record as stating that they are responsible for the protection of American investors and that they will never compromise that mission The SEC believes it has set the highest regulatory standards for the financial markets of any country on earth as it oversees the Financial Accounting Standards Board FASB and approves the FASB s formulation of accounting principles for US companies These principles are known as Generally Accepted Accounting Principles or GAAP Starting in 2001 the International Accounting Standards Board IASB a successor of the 1973 established International Accounting Standards Committee has been issuing International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS for most of the rest of the world to follow when producing financial statements over 100 accounting organizations and 80 countries and 9 000 companies are involved complying with the IFRS However

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  • IEEC Executive Education Classes
    Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral Executive Education White Papers Executive Education Workshops In House Training Next Generation Excel Tip of the Month Our Trainers Blog Executive Education Workshops Home Education IEEC Executive Education Workshops offer top quality executive educational opportunities on relevant topics New workshops are added on a regular basis Past classes include Financial Modeling Bootcamp Next Generation

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