Corporate programme sponsors: a commitment at the heart of the curricula

Written on 15 October 2012.

CAPGEMINI CONSULTING, a forerunner as a Corporate Programme Sponsor, will be providing its support (30 hours of courses, 10 case studies in growth strategy, digital competitiveness and transformation, training in consulting techniques, and so on) to the MSc in Strategy & Organisation for another three years. EHDEC students, who are being hired in record numbers by the firm, appreciate above all the proximity, the custom coaching, and the implementation of recommendations offered by Capgemini Consulting.
PwC is likewise renewing its exclusive partnership with the Management Control MSc.
SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE hires more EDHEC graduates than all but one other employer. A patron of the MSc in Corporate Finance since 2011, it has since become a corporate programme sponsor. The first year revealed the bank’s managers’ great commitment to the students’ final year curriculum: the offering of a fundamental course in corporate investment banking, conferences on the Nice and Paris campuses, and so on. Société Générale has considerably strengthened its image as an employer and the appeal of the positions it offers, in part through presentations of its graduate programme for the investment bank and of career opportunities in its General Inspection (auditing and advisory) Department.

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