Courses in higher education are enameled by professionalizing episodes which are connected or superimposed in various combinations. The professionality of a student is then the result of a process of accumulation - more or less singular and rich - of skills and signals that, beyond his terminal degree, may be of interest for future professional integration. The “Generation 2010” survey allows us to show that there is a diversity of professionality profiles among students, whatever their level of training. And each of these profiles reveals a variety of individual employment strategies but also professional expectations that nuance the idea that professionalization would be a sufficient condition for professional success.
- higher education
- professionalisation of teaching
- transition from school to work
- school paths