EDU has partnered with industry-leading multinational companies that are fully committed to nurturing future talent through dual education.
Companies like Lidl, BASF or SEAT are responsible for selecting students who are offered paid practical training in the company, including rotation through the different departments: Sales, Purchasing, Marketing, Accounting and Human Resources.
You will be able to immediately apply in practice the theoretical concepts you have learned thanks to alternating blocks of theory and practice.
During the practice phases, you will rotate between the different company departments: Sales, Purchasing, Marketing, Accounting and Human Resources. In this way, you can assess which department is more in line with your career interests (career counselling and guidance for the choice of optional modules in the 5th and 6th semester of studies).
You will get a global insight into the company’s operations and how the different departments interact.
This not only involves fluency in 3 languages and unique practical experience, you will gain a network of contacts in the world of business that will give you clear competitive advantages in the labour market.
A job is therefore almost guaranteed. The rate of trainee hiring (employment by the training company) almost approaches 100%.
You will receive a multilingual, highly qualified technician with a versatile training, who is familiar with the company’s organization and business processes.
The student can be fully deployed and does not need additional job training at the end of his or her studies.
The rotation between departments enables the company to detect individual talents of the students in order to deploy them in the area where they are most motivated and can develop maximum performance.
The company is thereby investing in its future. Its productivity improves with highly qualified personnel trained to meet the company’s specific needs. The EDU dual studies programme is a tool to recruit talent for companies.
EDU has a pool of candidates with various linguistic profiles from which the company can choose according to its needs. What’s more, some candidates have additional language skills beyond the 3 required languages (German, English and Spanish), such as French, Italian or even Polish or Russian, depending on their country of origin.
The company selects its student and EDU acts as intermediary through a process of pre-selection of candidates carried out by the Assessment Center and personal interviews. In this way, EDU optimizes the selection of student profiles so that the company can choose their future talent according to their needs.