Thanks to our hands-on approach, our students acquire tangible skills and are able to solve real-life problems as soon as they join the company:
We support you from the beginning to the end of your recruitment process, proposing students who match the profiles you’re looking for. We want them to become autonomous and competent for your company, and our aim is to support them in their training. We can offer you students from all backgrounds, from bac+1 to bac+5 in fields such as human resources, business, international, sales, management, communication or marketing, gastronomy and oenology.
You benefit from training projects with three main advantages:
We’re convinced that our business model works: combining initial training with continuing education enables us to offer materials tailored to your needs and requirements, at the best possible price. Pedagogical engineering is at the heart of our concerns, so that we can constantly offer you the most up-to-date and innovative approaches, in line with the requirements of professional training funding schemes.
We also offer regular information meetings so that you can tell us about your company, how it operates and the work-study positions you may be able to offer our students.
Eucléa also organizes recruitment events, where job datings take place: potential tutors come to the school to interview you for their work-study positions.
There are 3 types of work-study contracts, so your company can pay the student’s tuition fees.
This special type of fixed-term or open-ended contract enables the beneficiary to obtain a State Diploma, a recognized title or a professional qualification.
Benefits for the company
The apprenticeship contract is a work-study contract in which the young “apprentice” divides his working time between his training at school and the company employing him.
The apprentice thus receives a professional qualification with a vocational diploma. The apprenticeship contract can only be set up once a partnership agreement has been signed between the company and the school.
Apprentices are paid a percentage of the minimum wage (SMIC). This percentage varies according to the age and experience of the apprentice, from 25% to 78% of the minimum wage.
However, remuneration may be higher than the SMIC if the company applies agreements (collective or branch agreements, company agreements, etc.) offering a minimum wage higher than the SMIC.
Benefits for the company
To find out more about the apprenticeship tax, click here.
Under the agreement with Eucléa, the company covers all or part of a student’s tuition fees.
The student receives an allowance equal to 15% of the Social Security hourly ceiling, prorated to the time spent with the company. The company covers the cost of tuition.
At Eucléa Business School, the work-study schedule is 2 days at school and 3 days on the job:
If you have chosen to follow an initial training program, you will need to follow this schedule in order to complete a work placement.
Very small businesses with 0 to 10 employees: 17.08%.
SMEs with 11 to 999 employees: 40.42%.
Large companies with more than 1,000 employees: 7.5%.
Public sector: 0.42%
Commerce, Trade, Distribution : 20%
Training organization :6,25%
BTP, Construction : 4,58%
Consulting and Business Services : 2,5%
Agri-food : 2,5%
Energy : 2,50%
Temporary work : 2,08%
Health : 2,08%
Tourism, Hotels, Leisure, Catering :1,67%
Real estate : 1,25%
Banking, Insurance, Finance : 1,25%
Metallurgy : 0,83%
Data for 2022-2023