The private higher education group is present in the south-east
This partner content is offered to you by the hub-eco, the community of companies and institutions that contribute to the creation of content highlighting their activities and expertise. “La Provence” regularly to evoke topical thematic companies as guest experts. The editorial staff did not participate in the creation of this content.
It was an expected meeting. The 330 students of IFC Avignon, Marseille, Nîmes and Alès met on Friday at Palace of the Popes for the graduation ceremony, in the presence of Cécile Helle, mayor of Avignon.
A diploma certified by the State
The students received their diplomas and a graduate hat in front of more than 500 people in the prestigious Conclave Hall. They then shared a dinner aperitif in the Grand Tinel room.
This event, which could not take place last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all students from Bac + 3 to Bac + 5 having validated their diploma certified by the State in 2021.
Over 2,750 students on eight campuses
IFC, a private higher education group based in the south-east of France, has been supporting students since 1990, focusing from its creation on work-study programs. The group offers initial or work-study training in the fields of accounting, banking, insurance, management, communication, tourism, and even marketing, among others.
Initially present in Avignon, the Group has gradually expanded with the opening of campuses in Perpignan, Nîmes, Alès, Montpellier, Valence, Marseille and Saint-Etienne.
The IFC group brings together more than 2,750 students on eight campuses. Today, that of Avignon is the second higher education establishment in Vaucluse, with more than 850 students at the start of the 2021 school year, 88% of whom work on a work-study basis.