MIL OSI Translation. French Polynesian to English –
Source: Government of New Caledonia
The 20th Salon of the student, organised with the support of the government by the University and the vice-rectorat of New Caledonia, has closed its doors on 3 August. Over two days, nearly 8,000 young people and their families have visited its booths in search of the right orientation.
Deployed as usual on the university campus in Nouville, the Lounge of the student 2019 proposed a formula refocused this year on the orientation and training post-bac – more than 80 in New Caledonia ! – presented on a quarantine stalls. “This event allows us to see the dynamism of the education and training of the territory, whether they are public or private. The offer of training proposed today is impressive, ” enthuses Isabelle Champmoreau, a member of the government in charge of education. And to deliver the most comprehensive information to high school students and their chaperones, spaces were also dedicated to the mobility and international, as well as to student life : financial aid, housing, internships…
Fellowship students and internships
The government also kept its stand to inform visitors about the scholarships of the students. “The campaign of State grants for graduate studies in New Caledonia in full swing since the 1st of July. It is at this time that it is necessary to make his request, and this until 31 October ! “recalls Marie-Noëlle Vainipo, head of the scholarships department at the vice-rectorate, who does not cease to answer the questions of young people and their families. Other assistance, reporting directly to New Caledonia, the scholarships with special allocation which may be granted to candidates pursuing higher studies in specialties not taught locally. Targeted training that allow then to access, on title, or by competition for posts in categories A and B of the public service caledonian. “We’ve had a lot of students interested in this scholarship,” notes Audrey Charbonnel of the human Resources directorate and the public service (DRHFPNC), but also by the internship opportunities in the directorates and services of New Caledonia, including the high school students in supply chain technology who are planning to make a BTS “.
Support to families
On this Friday afternoon, the Lounge of the student knows a nice crowd and the booths were always full. “It is really interesting to see the interest of young people, who were brought in today by their institutions, to discover all the offers of training courses, but also internships, such as, for example, in the public service, and, of course, the scholarship students so that everyone can find his place, finds Isabelle Champmoreau. We must also commend the commitment of the parents to students. This support is also a key to success in school, ” says the member of the government in reference to the day of Saturday, more specifically dedicated to families.
The government Lounge of the student
In addition to the DRHFPNC and the vice-rectorate, the institution was also represented through :
– the department of Agriculture, forest and environment (DAFE) which has for mission to educate, guide and monitor young people who engage in agricultural education in New Caledonia and Metropolitan france
– the institute of training of masters (IFM-NC), which prepares the teaching profession in the first degree
– the institute of training professions in health and social (IFPSS-NC), which prepares in particular the job of nurse.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and/or sentence structure is not be perfect.