Work-study training, how I learned to confront different challenges on a daily basis
Having completed a BTS in Negotiation and Customer Relations, followed by a Bachelor’s degree, I attach the greatest importance to professional experience during my studies. By choosing to continue my studies with the Programme Grande École (Master in Management) at Rennes School of Business I know that I’ve opened up many great opportunities. Studying in a work-study format allows you to graduate from a top school while simultaneously enhancing your professional experience and preparing you for the job market. It also means taking advantage of an international context with a diverse community and remaining truly open to the world, due to the multitude of nationalities present on campus. You also experience this cultural diversity during the semesters abroad and when being taught by teachers with varied backgrounds and experiences.
As a work-study student, I work as a business developer in a French company in the agronomic sector. My mission is to develop my client portfolio and build loyalty, which allows me to take on many challenges on a daily basis and prepare myself to reach my future professional goals.
Jules-Émile Simon, P30, PGE 2 in work-study format, Innovative Project Manager