Post Bac Degree

Schools in three years on the front of the stage

Long ignored, but now carried by the wave LMD, three schools tray back in force. What are their strengths?

Business schools in post-bac three years now represent an alternative to post-course preparation curriculum but especially in 4 or five years in business school.

Yes, but is it that after the employability and skills are the same? The three bac meet the needs of companies looking forward to filling positions in middle management - translation: operational managers - agree the schools.

By creating the new bank of three tests Trump in 2006, a number of schools intended to recognize and consular strongly about the appropriateness of the level "L" of the LMD, new scheme of higher education.

The goal: to make the tray carrying three degrees and ensure a high level output for successful integration into working. Companies have, in fact, a very strong demand for operational profiles in tray 3, be they commercial, managers or team managers, and are looking for people willing to invest in the field and to be undertaken. It is also to show that the business school level "L" represents a stepping stone to the Master (M).

The bachelor, to become professional
Some schools have deliberately, and have always focused on delivering a specific course to three years among them, the EGC bachelors (business schools and trade). These formations in "middle management" irrigate long throughout under very different brands. They are well-established and popular local regional companies because they conform to the needs of SMEs.

Many of them can claim the label 'professional bachelor CCI (Chambers of Commerce and Industry) which applies to bac +3 in the expanded field of trade and business management. The new label guarantees young people that training meets the needs of businesses. It is awarded to three-year cycles that recruit directly after the tank but also cycles a year, hiring in tray 2. In March 2011, labeled training on 63, 60% were 3-year cycles, 15% in two years, and 25% in one year. These courses are either referred by the Ministry of Education, or are included in the National Catalogue of Qualifications (NCPR).