Déjeuner Perspectives a great hit again this year

Written on 12 December 2011.


The guests included 75 executives charged with handling relations with universities, heads of recruitment and human resources managers. Speaking at the event, Anne Zuccarelli underlined EDHEC's international presence (32% of young EDHEC graduates start off their career abroad thanks to EDHEC's partnerships with prestigious universities) and the recognition afforded the School by the latest rankings. She then presented EDHEC's various campuses, not just in Lille and Nice, but also the three executive campuses in Paris, London and Singapore.
 
Manuelle Malot, Careers and Prospects Director, then gave a run-down of the Talent Identification & Career Development (TI&CD) programme open to students from the third year onwards, before sharing her still-optimistic reading of the job market.

Lastly, Anne Guillon, in charge of developing corporate relations, provided an overview of the different ways for businesses to collaborate with the School, notably via the Negotiation and Open Innovation seminars. She also talked about the Corporate Programme Sponsors initiative and the advantages of the EDHEC Business Club. Designed as a forum for discussion between businesses and EDHEC, but also involving EDHEC's peers, Déjeuner Perspectives was once again a great success this year.

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