Have all the necessary skills to fit into a multinational
Diplomas from the European Federation of Schools are based on the professional training and varied specialities which appeal to recruiters and correspond to the needs of companies.
Their focus on Europe can be seen both in the architecture of each diploma (based on ETCS credits) and in the content of the Teaching Units. This European dimension is a major advantage for FEDE graduates either in their professional life or in the pursuit of study through equivalences.
The 5 major advantages of FEDE Diplomas:
Advantage n°1: Diplomas which please recruiters
For over 10 years, recruiters have sought out graduates from the European Federation of Schools (FEDE).
The figures speak for themselves:
1 year after training, 54% of 2008 graduates entered professional life, 2/3 of them on permanent contracts.
28% continued with their studies.
Advantage n°2: “Professionalising” courses
University methods are sometimes very distant from the reality of companies who above all look for effective and operational workers. It is therefore essential that all students are trained in the methods of organisation, management and administration of the professional world.
To this end, European Federation of Schools (FEDE)
diplomas are made up of modules centred around tutored projects and reinforced by company internships.
Advantage n°3: Training courses focussed on Europe
Many training units are dedicated to essential European Culture topics:
- Europe, a history and geography
- Institutions and community law
- The Great Challenges of Europe
- Companies, competition, and Europe
Moreover, each diploma includes obligatory English tests and offers the possibility of certifying one or two modern foreign languages.
Advantage n°4: Varied specialisations answering the needs of companies.
Communication, marketing, Communication, management, human resources, IT, finance, asset management, journalism, tourism, real estate…
Advantage n°5: Course architecture based on the ECTS European Credit Transfer System.
Thus, each diploma can lead on either a job or the pursuit of higher studies through equivalences.