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How to Join L’Industreet

Target Group

L’Industreet trains young people aged 18 to 25 with or without qualifications.

All young people seeking their way in life and interested in learning a technical trade can apply.

No particular profiles or qualifications are required to join L’Industreet.

That said, the selection process pays particular attention to the following qualities:

  • Motivation.
  • Interest in industry professions.
  • Adaptability.
  • Determination to build a professional future.
  • Drive to achieve goals.
  • Curiosity and enthusiasm.

How to Apply

Students can join L’Industreet at any time of the year.

First, starting in March 2020, they send their application via the www.lindustreet.fr website.

Shortlisted applicants will then be asked to spend a day on the campus to take a motivation test.

An on-campus integration stage lasting one to two months allows the applicants to learn more about the courses on offer and the target professions. This period also tests their motivation as well as their ability to integrate into a team and follow the proposed program.

If the integration stage is successful, students may begin courses.