Publié : 2 avril 2013

Les stages

The first-year placement

2 months from May to July at the end of the first year.
It allows students to put into practice what they have learnt during the first year. Students help their companies to canvass for customers on an overseas market
Students have to find their placements themselves, with the help of the teaching staff who supervises a small group.

Examples :

• A student, in Mumbai, in an Indian company selling fruit and vegetables looked for European and Asian customers and participated in the updating of the website of this company to attract new customers

• A student,in Glenrothes, in a Scottish company looked for Indian and Chinese customers and participated in designing the sales brochure and the website of the company

• A student, in Valencia, in a Spanish company selling condiments looked for customers outside Europe and participated in adapting the packagings and the sales policy of the company to the various targets.

Do you want to discover the culture of a foreign country ?

Go back to a country which fascinates you ?

Work in a field which you love ?

Go and explore the world

In a company

To work

To acquire skills

To develop your foreign language skills

To prepare a successful integration into the labour force

The BTS(two-year technical degree) allows you to acquire firm foundations in 2 years thanks to the application of the theoretical knowledge.

Whether you intend to go on studying or to find a job, it is a training which is appreciated by company managers which gives you recognized skills.

Financial help

Every student can receive financial help according to the duration and the destination of the placement : from the region thanks to the operation " Region sans frontières " ;from the local education authority (about ten students benefit from this help every year) ;from the CROUS (for grant holders). Possibility of receiving a grant from their town for some students. Financial help from parents’ firms in some cases.

The second- year placement

4 weeks in January-February of the second year

It allows students to put into practice their knowledge in international transport and logistics.

The student participates in the organization of the imports and exports Le Havre harbour is a privileged place to find varied companies, for the import of raw materials : cocoa, coffee, cotton, coming from all continents : substantial flows coming from China, but also a hub for French exports.