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Your Career Centre, for life

The EDHEC Career Centre has made a wide range of resources available online to help you negotiate your career path and professional ambitions. Visit careers.edhec.edu
You can also benefit from advice in setting your career objectives:

  • Advice on defining your career plan, including psychometric tests
  • Monitor job market trends online with filters for job titles, sectors and employers
  • Advice on preparing for job interviews and the recruitment process
  • Events dedicated to careers and professional opportunities, job offers and information on graduate programmes
  • Expertise on questions relating to international mobility
  • Expert advice on salary negotiations and surveys

Access the Career Centre website

> For more information, contact Silvia Marichalar, International Careers Manager



Career Coaching: face-to-face careers advice free of charge

Silvia Marichalar


International Careers Manager
(in Paris or via Skype)

Send an email
+33 (0)1 53 32 76 30
Marie Odile Verges Seronde

Senior Executive careers in France
(in Paris)
Christophe Bendayan

(BBA 1997)
Careers in France
(in Nice)
Joyce Cuff

Careers in Asia/Pacific
(Based in Singapore)

(BBA 1995)
Careers in France
(Based in Lille)
Cassandra Pittman

Careers in the UK
(in London)

> Make an appointment with one of our Career advisors.



Careers workshops and conferences: attend on site or download the podcasts

Regularly check our agenda or join the Personal and Professional Development club to keep informed about the midday workshops and careers conferences organised by the Career Centre.

> See upcoming events

If you cannot attend, don’t panic. Most of our events are available free of charge via streaming or podcast!

> Access the EDHEC Alumni podcasts



"STREAM" Mentoring Programme

The objective of the Mentoring programme is to make it easier for young graduates or students to succeed in career transitions by putting them in touch with an experienced graduate who may have similar responsibilities or work in the same area or may have had a similar experience.

How does it work?

Mentors are paired with their mentees during an event to launch the programme and then meet at least once monthly for a period of five months. The mentoring relationship is based on objectives that are predefined by the two graduates. The two parties work together to develop a benevolent win-win relationship. Various tools, guides and training sessions are available to all participants to ensure a successful outcome.

If what you need is to find a job, we remind you that you can also consider the activities run by the Career Centre. It should be noted that when looking for a new job, your mentor can only offer support in respect of a specific objective identified by you (improving body language, understanding intercultural differences, etc.). Mentors are there to provide a mental boost as you face your professional and personal challenges.

Join the STREAM programme

> Contact Silvia Marichalar
> Download a detailed presentation of the programme
> Click here to see videos on best practices