EDHEC’S TI&CD SHORTLISTED FOR THE REIMAGINE EDUCATION AWARDS 2015

Written on 04 November 2015.


EDHEC TI&CD (Talent Identification & Career Development), a unique career programme, has been shortlisted for the category of ‘Nurturing Employability’ in the Wharton-QS Stars Reimagine Education Awards 2015.
 

The TI&CD is personalised for each student and prepares each one for the most competitive international recruitment processes by proposing a programme that is adapted to each individual’s requirements and matches the development of managerial skills with the student’s career plan. The programme involves over 800 students, 40 facilitators and specialised consultants, and professors. Please, click here to learn more about TI&CD Program.

Last year, the University of Milano, Carlson School School of Management and Queensland University of Technology have been rewarded for this category. This international contest, which will celebrates its second edition, is a joint initiative of QS Quacquarelli Symonds, publisher of the QS World University Rankings, and The Wharton School SEI Center of the University of Pennsylvania. It aims to provide a platform through which to celebrate and share the most effective higher education innovations worldwide. The panel of 60 international judges hailed from both industry and academia. Please, click here to learn more about these awards: http://www.reimagine-education.com/

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