Old students: What have they become?
In 2020, the AEFE celebrates 30 years. This is also the anniversary of a teaching network which became the first international education network in the world. It is also the time to celebrate the work accomplished, to highlight the success cases and the gains which have supported us so that we can do even more.
In order to celebrate this event, LIFP decided to collect the accounts of former students. Thanks to them, we have realised that, although in most cases French is not a priority nor a selection requirement, it is a fact that throughout a career, and in an almost systematic way, this asset contributes to career development.
Compared with others applicants with similar levels of intellectual success, LFIP’s former students excel by having a more comprehensive cultural profile.