Presentation on theme: "Álvaro Nascimento, 2011 Director CATÓLICAPORTO Faculdade de Economia e Gestão Observatory of Employability and student’s profile Data about employment."— Presentation transcript:
Álvaro Nascimento, 2011 Director CATÓLICAPORTO Faculdade de Economia e Gestão Observatory of Employability and student’s profile Data about employment among students who completed Bachelors at the School of Economics and Management in the academic year of 2009/2010 February 25, 2011
Professional careers after Bachelors at the School of Economics and Management the sucess of the model of teaching focused on employability 82 % find a job in less than3 month 8 % working abroad 48 % secure employment before completing a degree The employment rate of students graduated at the School of Economics and Management is 100%. The statistics related to employments arppraise students who choose to enter the labor market soon after the end of the course. The statistics refer only to students that entered the labor market. 68 % annual compensation between 15 e 20 thousand euros 32 % consulting and auditing 2 % entrepreneurs
49 % are woman The profile of graduates at the School of Economics and Management dynamic young people, entrepreneurs and skilled professionals for companies 36 % Have already realized an Internship or Business Plan 5% Go to study abroad The teaching model is focused on the approach to the labor market before the degree completion: on the context of the Final Project discipline, the students can choose, among others, the option of Internship ou Business Plan discussed and evaluated by the external business jury. The presented statistics refer to the total number of students graduated by the School of Economics and Management in the academic year 2009/2010. 35 % Continue the studies on Masters degree 23 % Continue the Masters degree at the School of Economics and Management 21 % Have had professional experience 16 % Mobility in Europe and United States 48 % graduates with age between 20 and 21 years
The first job… begins before the course is even finished, facilitated by networking 4 The time to get started: (number of mounth between Bachelors degree completion and the beginning of work) The form of access to the first job: 48% Before the course finish 21% 1 month 3% 2 months 9% 3 months 14% 3-6 months 5% 6-12 months 18% Response to job ad 8% Spontaneous Application 6% Doesn’t looked for a job 27% Social Network famíly, friends and school 30% Employability Services At the Catholic University of Porto 11% Others
The first job... For majority of students the annual compensation is between15 and 20 thousend euros 5 Annual Compensation : (gross values in thousands of euros) Students who are working: (destinations of students after finishing the degree) 23% Studying at Catholic University ofPorto 7% Studying at other Universities in Portugal 5% Studying abroad 65% Entering the labor market 17% [10 a 15] 68% [15 a 20] 10% [20 a 25] 5% [superior than 25]
The first job... Predominate service companies, advisory and commercial functions 6 Activity Sector:Performed functions: 32% Auditing & Consulting 20% Finance & Securities 16% Manufacturing Indústry 8% Trade & Distribution 8% Telecommunication 16% Others 28% Advisor 9% Accounting& Auditing 21% Commercial & Marketing 21% Product, Client Manager 21% Others
The first job... Is in medium and big companies in Porto and Lisbon 7 Companies Size : (number of employees) Geographic area: 62% Porto 16% Lisbon 11% Northern Portugal 3% Central Portugal 8% Foreign countries
Thanks to... All the companies that recognise our quality of education, recruiting the graduates at the School of Economics and Mangement of Catholic University of Porto 8 The list of companies : Alberto Mesquita & Irmão LdaDanoneNestlé AmbisigDeloittePorseg Pinto Basto Babylon IdiomasEDP GásPortugal Telecom Bachser PortugalEstreia Notável - Marketing e AssessoriaPWC Banco BESTGaspar Castro e Romeu Silva AssociadosRangel Transitarios Banco BIGHP portugalSantos & Junior, SA Banco Bilbao y VyzcaiaJosé Maria da Fonseca,SASinase Banco BPIJP Lobao EconomistasSogrape Banco Espírito SantoLactogalSonaecom Banco Popular PortugalLuxury PleasuresTGV Shopping Caixa Geral de DepósitosMaksem ConsultingTrassus Capa - Engenharia e Construções Metalomecanicas, SAMota-EngilUnicer Cartório Notarial de Santa Maria da FeiraMovimento de Defesa da Vida - IPSSVodafone portugal Centro Hospitalar de Vila do CondeMy Partner ConsultoresZon multimedia Daniel Costa - Comércio de MalhasNegocios Seguros
Thanks to... All the companies that are engaged in internships, evaluation and monitoring of our students (mentoring and coaching) 9 Participants of the jury in the skills demonstration : X Companies that provide internships :
Thanks to... Our students that engage in studies at the Catholic University of Porto and help the School of Economics and Management to be a reference brand in the economics and management education. 10 Graduates by gender: (Male and Female) Graduates by age: 49% Female 51% Male 24% 20 years 24% 21 years 19% 22 years 13% 23 years 10% 24 years 10% +25 years
Thanks to... Our students that engage in studies at the Catholic University of Porto and help the School of Economics and Management to be a reference brand in the economics and management education. 11 Final evaluation: (ithe interval of the final classification, TOP 25% e TOP 5% ) 1011121314151617181920 Average 12.8 valores Top 25% Top 5%
Technical file Caracterization ot the population and sample 12 1.In the academic year of 2009/2010, 137 students were graduated by the School of Economics and Management of the Catholic University of Porto, shared by graduates in Economics (40) and Management (97) 2.The survey was released to all students that finished the Bachelors course,, there have been 109 responces recorded, what represents a coverage rate of about 80% of the population. 3.The survey has been made online, and subsequently has been made telephone contact with those who, in the first phase, haven’t respond the electronic survey. There have been 33 responses obtained online and 76 telephon responses. Tha remaining students did not have the valid contact number, ou there was no answer. 4.The time between the completion of the course and the beginning of professional activity has been measured in months, counting the period from the end of the academic year ( July 2010) and the montht the work has actually started. There is a possibility that some students have found the job earlyer than the date of actuall commencement of their duties. Assuming that the students had vacation during the monthAugust, the reported results are exaggerated, on average, in one month.
13 Disclaimer This communication was prepared to disclose the results of the “Observatory of Employability 2010: The School of Economics and Management”. The information contained in this document has been updated at the time of disclosure. Tha statistical information used, results from a survey to all students who completed their degrees in the academic year of 2009/2010 and that entered the labor market in 2010. The response rate for this survey realised during the months of January and February 2011 was 81%. Released statistics preserve the data confidentiality and anonymity of the sources. Porto, February 22, 2011 Álvaro Nascimento Director The School of Economics and Management Catholic University of Porto E. email@example.com Sources: Students and Employability and Academic Services. The Shared Servives of Catholic University of Porto. The School of Economics and Management www.porto.ucp.pt/feg Atlantic Business School www.ege.pt
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