EAE enhances the visibility of its students thanks to the support of the business community
24 de January de 2019
24 de January de 2019
Aspects such as the employability and visibility of EAE students are the subject of Section 4 of the Employment Report, which focuses on an analysis of the School's collaboration with the business community. The analysis is based on an in-depth study of initiatives such as the Top Recruiter, the presence of Partner Companies, the events organized by the School that promote networking and the role of the Human Resources Advisory Board. To bring this section of the annual report to a close, a number of recruiters who have selected EAE students share their personal experiences of what these profiles bring to their teams.
Top Recruiters 2018
EAE's Professional Careers Services strives to enhance the visibility of the School's students through its collaboration with a network of 5,300 Partner Companies, including organizations operating in various sectors, such as pharmaceuticals (Almirall), banking (Banco Sabadell, Banco Santander, BBVA, etc.), mass market (Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Coty, Bacardi, Henkel), consultancy (Deloitte, BDO, Indra), transport (Correos, Vueling), human resources (Manpower), entertainment (Disney), communication (Atrevia), advertising (Ogilvy), insurance (Axa), energy (Repsol, Siemens), technology (LG), tourism (Europcar, Meliá, NH), retail (Leroy Merlin) and luxury (LVMH), among others.
Our Partner Companies
National and international companies work with EAE to create a partnership network that enables the Professional Careers Department to identify the professional profile that organizations are looking for, as well as conducting the following activities:
Companies and networking events
Thanks to the collaborative work of the Professional Careers Department and our partner companies, in 2018, more than 340 companies took part in the 5 large employability events organized by EAE: Talent Week, Company Meeting, Online Employment Forum, Recruiting Day and Round Table with Headhunters.
EAE's HR Advisory Board
Comprised by directors of national and international companies and institutions, the objective of this consultative body is to provide advice and accompaniment to the Business School in relation to defining the most suitable strategy to ensure continuous improvement in the quality and innovation in management training.
To check out the Employment Report 2018, click HERE