Tomorrow's top talent

Welcome to the TSE careers service

Preparing our students for their future careers and strengthening our relationships with business and policy communities is of primary importance to TSE. 

Offering guidance and support is also fundamental in career development to help students learn, grow and build skills in a challenging job market. 

The TSE careers team offers a wide range of services to both students and employers.

Contact us for further information!
 

Find and offer an internship or a job

Internships  

  • Master 1 : 2 to 5 months (April-August)
  • Master 2 : 4 to 6 months (April-December)

All internships are subject to an agreement between the intern, the organization receiving them and the university. This agreement must be signed 3 weeks before the start of the placement. The internship must have a learning objective recognised by the institution, whether or not it is integrated in the curriculum.

Job or internship offers and information

All offers and information are managed via the TSE alumni platform: 

Feel free also to send any offers directly by email: careers@tse-fr.eu

Information for students is also available to help them go through the internship process.

Skills of TSE students

  • Understanding, analysis, and evaluation of public policies
  • Development of business strategies
  • Analysis of the functioning of markets and their regulation
  • Open mindedness, understanding of the economic behaviour of actors in everyday life
  • Interpretation of statistical models
  • Mastering of analysis tools

Professional development courses

Assessing your personality type, your strengths and weaknesses and learning how to talk about your studies and experience is an immense challenge. The Professional development module offered to first and second year master students (in English or in French) consists of 8 sessions. The facilitator provides input, encourages oral interaction, and practical exercises to practice the skills involved to motivate and empower participants to confront the job market successfully and to find the perfect internship:

  • Self-Discovery
  • Internship Strategy
  • Writing a CV
  • Covering letters
  • Interviews
  • Networking
  • Career Guidance

Getting involved

Companies and institutions can contribute to the professional development of TSE students through internships or job offers but also in helping the school in many different ways:

If you are interested, don't hesitate to contact the careers service: careers@tse-fr.eu

 

TSE careers forum

TSE organizes each November in Toulouse its annual careers forum, a unique opportunity for students to discover jobs and internship opportunities, and talk with potential recruiters from both policy and industry.

We also welcome at the event a number of TSE alumni now working in international firms and institutions, looking to recruit TSE students and ready to share their career path experiences. 

The 6th edition of the Business Networking Day will be held on the 24th November 2017 at the Toulouse School of Economics.

If you want to participate as an Alumni or a Company/Institution,

Please fill in the form by clicking here.

2016 BND participants: 

 

 

Practicioners and academic conferences for students 

During the academic year, TSE organizes special lectures by professionals, called “business talks”, or by researchers, called “academic talks” to develop the economic culture of our students and help them built their future career plans.

Next academic talk:

  • September 11: Nicolas Werquin on "Inequality & Taxation : economic theory & policy implications " only for the TSE students. (5:00pm)

We also offer our students three public lectures per year given by renowned international social scientists, in collaboration with the interdisciplinary research institute IAST (Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse).  

2017-2018 program: 

  • September 28: First Lecture: Eldar Shafir, from Princeton University, will talk on "Intuitive Judgment in Public Policy".
  • November 16: Second Lecture: Nicola Lacey, from London School of Economics, will talk on "The Gender of Crime".
  • December 7: Third Lecture: Suzannah Lipscomb, from New College of the Humanities, will talk on "Passing God’s Judgment: The Reformed Church and Women in 16th Century Languedoc".

See the  2016-2017 schedule

Some talks in 2016...

 

Smooth transition into the labor market

Most current sectors:  senior managerial positions in industries and services such as banking, insurance, consultancy, as well as international institutions and market regulators

Most current jobs: economists, analysts, statistical research managers, consultants, or researchers.