Work-study programmes

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You can submit your offers on the School’s internal recruitment platform
(internships, work-study placements, fixed-term contracts, permanent contracts, VIE, thesis, graduate programmes…).

Internships and work-study placements

Internships and work-study programmes give students an opportunity to gain valuable work experience whilst they study at Rennes School of Business.

Professionalisation contract students

The contract “de professionnalisation” is an employment contract which enables young people to gain professional experience as they study to obtain a diploma, degree or professional qualification. These long-term contracts enable the company to give students genuine responsibilities and operational missions. Professionalisation contract tuition fees are covered by the employer (in France only). The student is paid between 55 and 85% of the minimum wage, according to his/her age and level of studies.

Apprenticeship students

This two-year work-study track (in France only) gives students the necessary skills to analyse and implement product, service and operation-based innovations for the benefit of companies. By the end of their programme, students already have two years of professional experience and sector-specific knowledge.

Academic conditions

Under a tripartite work placement agreement, students retain their student status in accordance with the charter of April 2006 on business work placements for students.
All of the missions to be carried out by the student during their placement must be approved by an educational supervisor from Rennes School of Business.

Typical placement missions

As part of their mission, students will analyse a specific internal issue selected by the company. The student will then put forward well-reasoned, documented and objective observations and operational recommendations in the form of a report presented to the business at the end of their placement.

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