Employability and professional integration

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Preparation for employability

Located in France and abroad, our Corporate Relations teams help students discover professions and companies, and search for internships or work-study programs (apprenticeship and professionalization contracts). They enable our students to enhance their professional profile and to access all our offers.

Our advisors and experts provide students with a wide range of resources – tools, services and events – to facilitate their research and help them find a job.

Construction of the professional project

To offer our students a panorama of the professions related to each program, in order to transform a personal interest for a subject into a real professional project.

Personal Branding

To assist our students in the elaboration of their CVs, to prepare them to express their motivations during interviews, in order to acquire a professional knowledge in different environments.

NEMO: the portal for posting job offers and sourcing interns, work-study students and young graduates

We provide our partner companies with a unique employer experience by making it easier for them to access our talent pool. This portal allows you to manage more efficiently your recruitments (job postings, CV library, application management) and to enhance your employer brand.

Company meetings

We support our partner companies in their recruitment of interns, work-study students and young graduates, but also in their long-term involvement in the life of our schools. Career days, conferences, workshops, trainings… There is no lack of choices!

We also oversee the company/student/school relationship during the school year, and build strong relationships with all stakeholders to provide a unique and quality coaching experience for each.

These events allow our students to work on their employability, to confront themselves with the professional world, to meet French and international companies covering all sectors of activity.

Updated 21 April 2022