Employment Report 2019: The Professional Careers Service welcomes the collaboration of over 6,000 companies
24 de March de 2020
24 de March de 2020
“EAE Business School’s Professional Careers Service enhances our students’ professional visibility thanks to the School’s network of over 6,000 partner companies”.
A true leader cannot be considered complete unless they have solid experience that enables them to operate in the current highly changeable context. With this in mind, EAE Business School set up the Professional Careers Service, a department that, as well as boasting a network of over 6,000 partner companies such as Schneider Electric, Deloitte and DHL, also specializes in organizing an extensive range of events and activities, all with a single purpose: boosting the employability of our future professional leaders. Would you like to find out more about this service? To mark the publication of the Employment Report 2019, we take a look at how the department works and the results it achieved last year
How does the Professional Careers Service work?
Boosting employability is not something that can be achieved from one day to the next. As we are well aware of this fact at EAE, as well as our network of partner companies, we also have a solid personalized guidance strategy in 3 phases that enables us to align our students’ interests and expectations with the reality of the labour market in order to improve their positioning and multiply their probability of success. What to find out more? Hit play!
This is the first phase and, therefore, one of the most important. It takes place at the beginning of the program and aims to align the students’ profile with their professional goals. In this period, candidates are prepared and given guidance and the tools required to embark on the journey toward success.
In the second stage, the guidance is intensified and the preparation becomes even more personalized. Through workshops, candidates strengthen and hone the tools they have obtained so far in order to make their profile increasingly competitive. The goal at this stage is to gradually specialize their profile to enhance their visibility.
In the third stage, candidates are already equipped the tools required to conquer the labour market. Therefore, this phase focuses on boosting the students’ professional visibility among companies through activities such as Challenges, Company Meetings and Talent Week.
Initiatives with companies
“At Loewe, we are committed to ensuring that students can continue making progress and applying everything they have learned over the course of their studies”.
Alba García de Loewe