School orientation, and specifically university choice, is a crucial moment to make the right decisions for the future.
We propose to clarify your professional and personal project through an in-depth analysis of your personality and experience.
For students approaching the end of high school
First stage – personal preparation
Second stage – orientation
Third stage – Business survey (if necessary)
Fourth stage – synthesis
FIRST STAGE – PERSONAL PREPARATION
A questionnaire and different tests are given to the participant to fill in before the first session.
The questionnaire focuses on academic experiences, personality and areas of interest.
Objective: preparation for orientation
SECOND STAGE – ORIENTATION
The first part consists in a 30-minute session with the participation of at least one of the parents (obligatory for under 18-years olds and advised for over 18-year olds)
The second part consists in an individual orientation session.
These are the questionnaires and tests prepared by the student beforehand:
- Personality: MBTI & CGP
- Interests: IRMR & Strong
- Motivations: Les Ancrages
- Plans: Photolangage
Objective: going from a project idea to the concrete realisation of it.
THIRD STAGE – BUSINESS SURVEY (IF NECESSARY)
A business survey could become necessary if there is still need for clarity. This permits a concrete understanding of the work environment in which one is interested.
Our consultants accompany you in this search by giving you a detailed questionnaire to use, as well as in-depth information in regards to the given position.
Objective: determine a realistic professional project while having analysed all possible outcomes.
FOURTH STAGE – SYNTHESIS
This starts off with an individual session to re-emphasise the key points of your personality, project and training. The consultant then gives detailed information on the different job possibilities as well as training.
Secondly, a session with at least one of the parents (obligatory for under 18 year olds and advised for over 18 year olds)
Objective: identify one’s project