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A specialized and focused exposure to the principles of Talent Management is a must for graduating HR students today to increase their attractiveness for the best recruiters. TMI Institutional Recognition and Accreditation partnership program for business schools, universities and other specialist HR schools empowers their HR programs with a TMI accreditation and facilitates embedding of TMI certification programs in the curricula. Institutions can also leverage their TMI partnership to establish centers of excellence in Talent Management.

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TMI Recognized Universities/ Institutions (Updated till 30th June 2017)

  • NyU
  • University of TEXAs
  • Cornell University
  • PURDUE
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  • ATM
  • The OHIO state University
  • University of south carolina
  • university of MINNESOTA
  • Temple university
  • Pepperdine
  • Saint Joseph's university
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  • Manchester 1824
  • MDI
  • XLRI
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  • TISS
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  • QUEENS
  • OELASSALE
  • MELBOURNE
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  • SYDNEY
  • UNSW
  • QUEENSLAND
  • ESCP EUROPE
  • ESSEC
  • LSE
  • WRWICK
  • MANCHESTER
  • IMPERIAL COLLAGE LONDAN
  • GLAGSOW
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  • WITWATERLAND JOHANNESBURG
  • TEKING University
  • University Van Petoria
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  • UUM
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  • VICTORIA
  • MASSEY University
  • Business school sao paulo
  • Durham University
  • Lancaster university
  • Aston University
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  • University of BATH
Ready up Your Students
for the Best HR careers!

Ready up Your Students
for the Best HR careers!


Best HR careers

Recruiters visiting campuses for hiring young HR professionals today increasingly probe graduating students for qualifications and competencies in Talent Management. Through its Institutional Recognition and Accreditation Partnership program, TMI seeks to empower institutions around the world with the specialist TMI credentialing mechanism that helps graduating HR students rapidly expand their attractiveness for the most renowned organizations. TMI-recognized institutions enter the exclusive QualiFLY™ lists of global institutions whose students and alumni obtain direct registration permission for TMI Talent Management certifications along with special QualiFLY™ privileges. Notably, TMI-recognized institutions can also establish a center of excellence in Talent Management. TMI assists these centers of excellence in universities in introducing management development, degree and doctoral programs in Talent Management. And not the least, senior professors and HR scientists of TMI-recognized institutions earn direct pre-qualification for the prestigious TMI-Wharton Global Fellow program in Talent Management.

TMI has identified business schools, universities and specialist HR schools as ideal breeding grounds for the next generation of Talent Management thought–leaders and professionals. We are keenly looking out for collaborating and partnering with eminent institutions to build a strong global network of TMI Academic Partners. TMI helps these institutions enrich their regulation academic programs with the powerful TMP™ credential of TMI, and offer value-added education. We welcome your institution to join this growing TMI network as our mission-critical partners for breeding young and new–age Talent Management experts and professionals.

Under the TMI Institutional Recognition & Accreditation Partnership program, universities and business schools are equipped with the necessary learning content and credentialing apparatus aligned to the TMI-UKF™ Ver. 14-16.3. There’s more: students and alumni of TMI-recognized institutions get to earn the fantastic QualiFLY™ privileges too! They earn for themselves some very critical exemptions and concessions for the TMI Talent Management Practitioner (TMP™) certification – not available to external applicants.

We must add, if your institution aspires to emerge as a leader in Talent Management education, TMI can facilitate in the establishment of a Center of Talent Management Excellence in your campus. And finally, all TMI-recognized institutions are invited to nominate 3 of their most senior professors in HR or related areas for the prestigious TMI-Wharton Global Fellow program in Talent Management. These faculty members will earn a direct qualification for the Global Fellow program. Please do note that qualifying for this program as an external applicant is extremely tough as program is highly selective with just 50 participants a year, picked from thousands of applications.

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“A Cornell PhD, Professor Janet Marler at the University at Albany's School of Business says that business leaders across functions manage and lead much better if they are equipped with an understanding of how to manage talents and human capital. This knowledge helps them connect clearly the performance of their departments with the necessity for identifying, attracting, retaining and motivating key talent, and helps them amplify their boardroom import and impact. This is exactly where Talent Management adds the most critical values for business students.”

Professor Janet Marler
Professor Janet Marler
The University at Albany's School of Business
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“The HRIS program director at Albany's School of Business, Professor Richard Johnson is convinced business students need to know how technology is used in managing talents in modern organizations. He says HR is often last to the table in the C-Suite, but in the next 20 years, Talent Management and HR roles are going to change, demand high levels of tech expertise and hence there’s this urgent need to prepare students for operating in a drastically transformed talent-focused Human Capital Management.”

Professor Richard Johnson
Professor Richard Johnson
The HRIS program director at Albany's School of Business

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Becoming a TMI Accreditation Partner and getting your HR programs TMI recognized opens up a whole new world of opportunities for your institution and students.

Five Simple Steps

Essentially, the TMI partner appointment process crosses through the following five steps:

  • 1 INITIATION – The prospective partner initiates the partnership enquiry by expressing its intent through an online application available on the website. This application is processed and forwarded to the globally distributed Partner Validation Group . This step takes 2-5 workdays on the maximum after the receipt of the online application. Indeed, there are certain categories of Partners, that are pre-approved and the partnering decision and other formalities are communicated much faster.
  • 2 VALIDATION – The online application is processed by the Partner Validation Group and a Clarification request (if any) is sent to the prospective partner.
    This step takes 5–7 workdays after receipt of online application from the applicant organization.
  • 3 CLARIFICATION – The prospective partner exchanges clarifications with the Partner Validation Group and completes application process.
    As mentioned above, the Clarification request is sent within 5-7 workdays after receipt of online application from the applicant organization.
  • 4 DECISION – The decision about partnering and related information are communicated within 3-5 workdays of receiving the clarification from the applicant organization. As mentioned above, in certain partner categories, that are pre-approved, the decision may be instantly communicated.
  • 5 FORMALIZATION – The Appointment is formalized and attendant documentation is completed. The new partner also completes the formalities of purchasing TMI Certification System Units and the payment of a nominal application processing fee and/ or the License Fee (if applicable for the chosen partnership option.)

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