Why go to a business school on a work-study course?

Strong growth in work-linked training in France

At all levels of study, whether just after the Baccalauréat degree or after two, three or four years of higher education, work-linked training is very attractive to French and international students. Business is one of the fields that recruits the most students under apprenticeship contracts, just ahead of the consulting, IT and finance sectors. In addition, the government is putting in place a number of measures to encourage companies to recruit work-study students, including financial incentives.

The advantages of work-linked training in business school

Work-linked training has everything going for it! It is a popular solution for companies and is also very advantageous for students:

  • facilitates the financing of studies,
  • gives access to a salary, 
  • boosts hard and soft skills,
  • promotes employability.

Many work-linked students find their first job even before the end of their studies.

Solutions for finding your work-linked training

There are an increasing number of work-linked training offers from companies. At the same time, business schools that are leaders in work-study programmes rely on their network of partner companies to distribute exclusive offers to their students, organise recruitment days, workshops, coaching sessions, etc.

This tailor-made support makes it easier for students to find their work-study programme and, above all, to obtain assignments in line with their ambitions.