Education and employment
Choosing the right career
Trades Guide: What career? What studies to undertake? Which university to choose? What opportunities can you hope for in this or that career? Answers to these questions and more.
Choosing a university
How to choose the right university?
We can say that university is the last stage of our education, but it is also the beginning of our lives in many senses of the word. Choosing your university and education can be a difficult choice.
Of course, there are many aspects to consider, such as the location of the institution, the curriculum, the rankings. But the most important thing is to choose the university that suits you best.
Choosing your course
How to choose your master’s degree ?
In a master’s programme, studies last 4 semesters, i.e. 2 years. It involves a lot of personal work, especially for the dissertation. During the week, lectures in the lecture hall alternate with practical and/or practical work. Other teaching methods based on digital technology may be offered.
For one category of students, going up to Bac+5 offers prospects in large companies; certain functions require it and it is a bonus for recruitment.
The alternating master’s degree is a good opportunity. This training consists of alternating academic courses and practical life in the company.
How to choose it
When it comes to choosing a master’s programme that will guide their pro steps, some students find themselves lost in the face of a large offer.
Master or MBA
One must be careful not to confuse master’s, masters and MBAs, which are different. Only the master’s degree will be a national diploma issued by the state.
Studying abroad and transforming your academic future
New places, new cuisine, new faces – studying abroad sharpens our curiosity and spirit of adventure. Many people report that they have spent the best moments of their lives abroad and have been transformed in many ways. But what about academic performance? Surely there must be benefits in this area as well.
Whether it’s to get better grades, boost your motivation or set clearer goals, studying abroad can transform your academic future and point you in the direction of exactly the career you dream of.
Choosing a double degree and opting for an integrated curriculum
These are training courses conducted jointly by several institutions in several countries. If you are selected for such a course, you will be sure to go abroad during your studies and receive a joint degree (a single degree validated by all institutions) or a double degree (two degrees, one from the English institution, for example, and the other from the partner institution abroad).
This means you can decide to go abroad for a longer period of time and get your degree abroad. Enrolling at a college or school outside your country is perfectly possible. Depending on the country and the course of study you choose, the costs will vary.
Studying in France
France, this hexagon which sometimes intrigues, sometimes moves and more often fascinates. This tumult of feelings pushes us to explore all the facets of this destination. And what better than university studies to emerge in the depths of this country.
Studying in Turkey
Turkey is known to be a culturally heterogeneous country. If you want to experience a mix of Eastern and Western influences while pursuing your academic aspirations, here’s why Turkey could be at the top of your choices!
Studying in England
Studying in England has a number of advantages. First of all for the quality of the teaching. Take a look at the international rankings. Class sizes are small, individualised tuition, modern facilities and, above all, you meet young people from all over the world.
What is vocational training?
Vocational training is training for the working population. The request for training may come from your employer, if he wants you to develop and gain skills, or from you, if you want to diversify your skills or change jobs. In all cases, it consists of reinforcing your knowledge, updating your skills or acquiring new ones.
Vocational training or continuing education is a right for all working people and is enshrined in the Labour Code. It can be carried out in your company, at a distance or in an external training organisation.
The objectives of vocational training
Choosing training for a trade that recruits
Which sectors, trades or regions are recruiting? What are the skills that recruiters are looking for? These are all questions that should guide you in your choice. The aim of your training is to redirect you quickly towards the job you want and not to find yourself in a dead-end street where you have to start from scratch. The best way to get an idea of this is to consult the training’s job integration statistics or to talk to former trainees who have followed your course. You should also look at the rate of return to work for those who have completed the training, as this is a real guarantee of quality.