What is a work-study programme?
Work-study programmes have become the preferred route for students wishing to enter the professional world while continuing their studies. Accessible on the Caen, Le Havre and Paris campuses, the Work-Study Track allows you to spend 75% of the year in a company, i.e. 3 weeks per month in a company.
During your two years of work experience, you can immediately apply what you learn in training, develop your skills and gain professional experience.
Work-study Track programme
- The first year (M1) gives you access to a multi-specialised education.
- The final year (M2) allows you to approach and deepen the teachings and to join a major among 4 to be chosen: Purchase and Supply Chain, Marketing and Sales, Finance or Management.
- The Career Path is reflective support system designed to help you become aware of your talents, the values that drive you and your development of skills at each stage of your career at the School.
1st year of the work-study Track
The M1 year of the Track Alternance gives you access to a multi-specialised education.
Semesters 1 and 2
Benefit from a multi-specialised education through courses such as finance, management control, marketing, international trade, labour law, business creation, information systems or innovation and economic intelligence and put them into practice within your host company.
Professional Efficiency Course
Improve your working methods with the Professional Efficiency Course. From leading meetings to project management, and from software packages to English, choose from a wide range of electives and develop targeted skills to boost your performance in the workplace and fulfil your potential.
2nd year of the work-study Track
The second year is the year of specialisation and preparation for your future career. You have access to a choice of 10 specialisations, including 3 in English.
The M2 year of the Track Alternance is the year of specialisation and preparation for your future profession.
In the first semester, tackle or deepen your knowledge of cash management, corporate social responsibility, relationship marketing, the fundamentals of logistics, change management and geopolitics.
In the second semester, choose one of four majors: Purchasing and Supply Chain (French), Marketing and Sales (French), Finance (French) or Management (English).
Take part in MyTalentCheck, a life-size job interview simulation, supervised by recruitment specialists. Perfect your ability to put forward your experience, your talents, your values and your professional and personal aspirations. In addition to your oral performance, your CV and LinkedIn profile will also be examined by the Career Path experts to ensure that you stand out in front of the recruiters. Submit a professional issue that is important to you (career choice, situation experienced in the company, etc.) and use the collective intelligence of your peers to identify your own solution and build an action plan. You can also benefit from mentoring sessions with graduates and/or individual coaching sessions with Career Path coaches to help you make a smooth transition into working life.
If you want to join the Work-Study Track: go to the dedicated Jobdatings. Apply for exclusive offers and then take part in interviews organised on campus or remotely. Many students land their work-study positions thanks to these days. More than 150 companies participated in the recruitment events in 2021-2022, including: HERMES, ACCENTURE, BOLLORE, COCA-COLA, DECATHLON, FERRERO, KPMG, ORACLE, RADIO France, UNILEVER, AUCHAN, HITACHI, EUROSPORT, ORANGE, L'OREAL...
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