Labour market integration
One of the key strong points of the CréaTIC programme is its rich professional environment locally, nationally and internationally. One of the major objectives of CréaTIC is the labour-market integration of its students, which can be enhanced by the project-based approach and personalised teaching provided by CréaTIC. The action learning approach on which CréaTIC is based gives its teaching a practical content that places it on a par with professional experience.
The CréaTIC programme has defined 4 main objectives: to include assistance with finding employment, to implement an enhanced sponsorship and internship policy with the business world, to ensure that 80% of graduates have found a job corresponding to their qualification within 4 years of their course and to foster smooth relations between higher education and the socio-economic world.
CréaTIC engages in dialogue with companies:
- Defining tailored training courses: university courses must match business needs as closely as possible, in particular by including corporate work methods in their curriculum.
- Organising meetings with professionals from the corporate and institutional sector via seminars and conferences on innovative themes: changes in digital professions, the creative sector, etc.
- Conducting intelligence work and surveys in which students play an active role by carrying out studies into digital innovations. This is an example of an academic skill being placed at the service of business, and more particularly of small and medium-sized companies.
- Research and development, especially in designing innovative projects and developing and experimenting with prototypes.
- Developing international networks of experts on exchange platforms.