Would you like to specialise in business after high school but aren't sure about joining a business school? There are many good reasons to choose a programme at a business school. Below are a few examples:
An door-opener to promising jobs
When you graduate from a prestigious business school, you are almost guaranteed to find a job. And this is not without reason. Business schools train young graduates to be highly adaptable. With its Bachelor’s course, EDC Paris gives students the foundations required to understand the fundamentals of business, both on a theoretical and practical level, to confront the realities of companies, acquire a good level of English and understand the fundamentals of management. The programmes offered by business schools open up many career possibilities, allowing for a swift transition into work. The different programmes include compulsory internships, ensuring that students are quickly immersed in the corporate world. While they usually graduate with a minimum of 12 months’ professional experience, they also benefit from regular contact with teachers from renowned companies or universities. In addition, business school graduates may aspire to jobs as executives, ensuring a good salary.
Support throughout training
Unlike other institutions, a business school supports its students throughout their studies. They are taken care of by a pedagogical team which helps them in their projects, whether finding an internship or going abroad. Every effort is made to make students as comfortable as possible. Also, during their business school studies, students can join a student-entrepreneur track allowing them to create or take over a business, balancing both schoolwork and business obligations.
A prestigious CV and strong international experience
Companies place great importance on applicants’ education and are sensitive to CVs of students from the top business schools. You are therefore giving yourself every chance of having your CV placed at the top of the pile. It has become almost impossible to apply to a company without having had significant experience abroad. In business schools, students are required to carry out internships in companies abroad or to participate in an academic exchange. This ensures that companies hire students with strong international experience.