Specialize for new technologies


New information and communication technologies are constantly reinventing the corporate world. This is why business schools are adapting by offering specialized courses in the fields of new technologies and in startups.

The truths, methods, knowledge and techniques of yesterday can be anachronistic, even counterproductive.

How to learn to unlearn and forget?

Technological changes are such that every professional is now condemned to continually update skills, or even to develop new ones. Too slow, our companies cannot sufficiently support us. The training is struggling to keep pace. What was true yesterday will be false tomorrow. The key skills of the day before yesterday will be obsolete the day after tomorrow. It is therefore in autodidacts that we must now transform ourselves. However, self-taught people suffer from their own misfortune: having the greatest difficulty in accepting, admitting, recognizing that they have learned the wrong way or that what they have learned is no longer of value. Why ? No doubt because the investment made makes such an admission difficult.

New technologies: essential skills for the business world

French and international companies have not hesitated to renew their working methods and tools by leading their digital transformation. Now, in the majority of them, all the processes related to production, but also to human resources, management or marketing are digitalized.

Result: the data is organized in complex information systems, the management of which requires specific skills. The major business and management schools have therefore adapted to the new needs and uses of businesses, by adapting their courses to new information and communication technologies. These courses, which continue until the master level, are accessible to preparatory students as well as through parallel admissions such as those organized by the Passerelle Grande Ecole Program competition.

Opt for parallel admissions to business schools

If you did not join a preparatory class for the Grandes Écoles after obtaining your baccalaureate, they will not be closed to you. Your initial training can even be an asset in the context of parallel admissions.

This is the case, for example, for candidates in the Passerelle Grande École Program competition, which differs from other common test banks in many respects. Indeed, this competition adapts to the profile of all students, whether they have a higher technician certificate a university technology diploma or a license.

The proof bank is also intended for students in scientific preparatory classes. It consists of two main parts: the written tests and the oral interview. During the written tests, candidates can select a multiple choice from a wide range of subjects, such as calculation and reasoning, management and accounting or even economics.

The oral interview, on the other hand, is only intended for candidates who are eligible for the written tests. They can then present their professional project to the schools they wish to integrate.