Key figures

"It's not the destination that counts; it's the journey". 

SCBS' Grande École Programme gives our graduates access to careers in France or abroad within major corporations or very small to medium-sized companies. Discover the key figures (integration, positions, salaries, etc.), thanks to a survey conducted by our Career Centre in 2015.

Time spent finding a first job

94 %

The course, adapted to the demands of the business community, ensures that 94% of graduates find a jobless than 6 months after they graduate. with 73% finding a job within 2 months.

Salaries

This is obviously not the only prime variable for graduates, as the responsibilities offered, assignments and development opportunities within the company are also important. The average annual salary, excluding bonuses, of young graduates amounts to €32,000.

In addition, more than 63% of graduates earn annual salaries exceeding €30,000.

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The average annual salary, excluding bonuses, of young graduates amounts to €32,000.

63 %

In addition, more than 63% of graduates earn annual salaries exceeding €30,000.

Size of the companies

While large corporations continue to attract young SCBS graduates, SMEs also provide bright employment prospects: 27% of graduates work in companies with more than 2,000 employees and 73% have joined SMEs with less than 500 employees.

27 %

of graduates work in companies with more than 2,000 employees.

73 %

have joined SMEs.

Workplace

For graduates of the Grande Ecole programme, the Ile-de-France region remains the most attractive, with 39% working there, while 13% of our young graduates have stayed in the Champagne-Ardenne region. 13% of last year's class are working abroad. However, although most of them are working in France, more than 65% claim their professional activity has an international dimension.

39 %

The Ile-de-France region remains the most attractive, with 39% working there

13 %

of our young graduates have stayed in the Champagne-Ardenne region

13 %

of our graduates are working abroad

65 %

of our young graduates claim their professional activity has an international dimension.

Positions held

The positions held by our students when they graduate are essentially divided, for the class of 2014, into five major categories:

  1. The commercial/sales domain
  2. Management/finance
  3. Human resources
  4. Marketing
  5. Purchasing/logistics

Although they can vary according to the economic activity, this is a fairly common categorisation of young graduates.

Groupe ESC Troyes Career Centre survey conducted in February 2015 on the class of 2014