All the programs include one or several corporate placement periods during which the students acquire real professional experience in a company. The schools assist the students in finding companies for the corporate placement period with Career Management training sessions.
These training sessions are designed to allow the students to formulate a professional project, and develop the student’s job search skills. The workshops are facilitated by HR professionals and recruiters.
The schools allow the students to avail of their combined network of more than 10 200 companies to identify corporate placement opportunities.
Internship in France and Minimum Payment
By law, any corporate placement in France that lasts longer than two months must be paid. The minimum payment for a student in a corporate placement is currently € 436.05 per month.
Foreign students in France do not need a work permit to engage in a work placement program if it is a defined component of the curriculum. This is the case with our work placements.
Internship Placements in Europe and Erasmus Grants
The schools have been awarded Erasmus charters by the European Commission.
Students who choose to undertake a corporate placement abroad in one of the European member states or Croatia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey can benefit from the Erasmus program of the European Commission.
The Erasmus program allows the schools to award grants to those students. All the students, irrespective of their nationalities can receive these grants which currently are based on € 350 per month for a 3 to 12 months placement.