As a company, you may have specific needs in terms of staff. Through La Salle EMCI you can have access to a pool of efficient trainees who are students on sandwich courses or young graduates. Whether you choose to take students on internships or for a graduate position, you can expect them to bring real added-value for your business. Students at La Salle EMCI are well prepared for the business world.
Students with validated skills
Students graduating from La Salle EMCI are able to work in a range of industries. With solid skills, La Salle EMCI students are able to carry out different missions for their employers, on internships, sandwich courses or contracts once they graduate.
In the first year of BTS 2-year diploma in international trade, students learn skills to conduct a thorough market survey (internship in November and December), to canvass export customers with a 4-week internship in February or with their participation at trade fairs during their BTS programme.
In the second year of BTS 2-year diploma in international trade, students carry out a 4 week-internship in February in the management of import-export operations. The trainee can handle different administrative tasks linked to sales and purchasing such as sending quotations, receiving and processing orders. They can also be acquainted with logistics and financial operations.
For the Bachelor “Import Export Zone Manager”, students are on a sandwich course for 12 months or on an internship contract for 6 months. The trainee’s missions can be linked to import or export. The student is able to carry out market surveys on the prospected markets, do some sourcing, be in charge of an export or import zone on the sales and administrative side, take part in the launch of a new product, prepare and take part in trade fairs, reconsider the logistics of the company ( customs procedures, choice of forwarders…), manage calls for tenders, follow international marketing operations, meet and negotiate with customers…
IDM Masters Students
For the Masters International Development Manager, students are on a sandwich course for 12 months or a long-term internship contract linked to the management of international projects. The missions extend to all skills of the position of international manager. The objective of the programme is to prepare students to have top-ranking positions. The time spent in companies aims at putting students in a real life work environment and to confront them with problems while being supported by the staff of the company. By choosing a student in IDM International Development Management, the company will benefit from a specialized collaborator in international trade. The students will bring with them all the skills they have developed within their curricula. As true specialists, they will be able to boost import/export exchanges and be a driving force for the company. With a perfect knowledge of modern management techniques, they will bring their know-how and motivation to contribute to the company’s development. Lastly, they will be able to analyse the potential of a market or company by knowing which sales, legal or financial tools to use.