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Whether you've signed an apprenticeship contract or a professional training contract, you'll earn your degree by combining theoretical courses at the university and on-the-job training in a company.
The term 'work-study' (known as "alternance", in French) refers to two specific types of employment contracts: apprenticeship contracts and professional training contracts.
At the University of Bordeaux, work-study programmes are possible at every level of study: whether a Technical Diploma, a Master or an Engineering degree.
It's an opportunity for you to combine theoretical classes with a practical, on-the-job experience in a company: a real springboard to your first job.
Check out the online training offers (in French)
The term 'work-study' (alternance, in French) refers to two specific types of employment contracts.
Check out our work-study programmes (in French)
Last update: 09/03/2022
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