University Diploma in Career Development

General information

Prerequisites for enrolment
Bac + 2
Admission conditions
Length of studies
4 months from September to early January
Campus Hannah Arendt - Site Chabran
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Cost and financial aid
Initial training  
Continuous training (employees, jobseekers, self-employed)
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Accompanying people towards employment or in employment is more necessary than ever in the current context of economic crisis, changing job market, companies and institutions in full evolution. With this in mind, the University Diploma in Career Support aims to professionalize and consolidate the practices of career support and apply them to the integration sector.


The training is aimed at those who wish to enter the professions of professional support for people in employment, in search of employment or in reorientation. It is also aimed at people who are already active and wish to reinforce their professionalization.


8 weeks of mandatory internship


Prerequisites for enrolment : Bac + 2

Required former training

Bac +2 with professional experience if possible in the training or support sector in the broad sense

Admission conditions

Admission is based on an application file and an individual interview to verify the coherence and feasibility of the candidate's project.

Entry level required: BAC+2 or equivalent

If possible, professional experience in the training or support sector in the broadest sense of the term is required.

Possibility of VAPP (validation of professional and personal experience), for people who do not have the minimum required level (BAC +2) but have experience related to the training. File to be compiled before any application.
For any information, please contact
Stéphanie CREVEUIL :

Selection on file, interview if necessary: beginning of July with results communicated by mail


The training alternates between situational exercises, case studies and theoretical contributions. Specific support for writing (logbook, professional writing) is provided.

Training program

Conditions of validation

In accordance with the study regulations adopted by the university authorities, the evaluation of the course is based on continuous assessment for each module.
To obtain the D.U. APP, an overall average of at least 10/20 is required for all the modules and at least 10/20 for the internship.
average of 10/20 or more for the internship.

Targeted skill(s)

- To welcome the person by creating confidence to allow a free and serene expression
- Have the person express and analyse the explicit or implicit request Identify and evaluate the skills and shortcomings of the person being supported
- Formalize and evaluate a professional project
- Contribute to the formalization of a pathway to reach the set objective
- Provide informed advice based on knowledge of the socio-economic environment
- Report on the support provided

Career Opportunities

Business sector

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Potential employers can be
structures working in the following sectors:
- Reception, guidance of young people after initial training and job seekers (local Missions, Pôle Emploi, Cap Emploi, support for RSA beneficiaries, etc.)
- Skills assessment, social economy (intermediary associations, associations providing services to individuals, integration through economic activity, etc.)
- Training and human resources management structures of companies (firms, temporary employment, etc.), professional branches, joint bodies (OPCA, Opacif, etc.)
- Organisations for continuing education, social and professional integration

Further studies

Licence Professionnelle Métiers de la GRH - Management of professional career paths

The DU allows you to validate 3 UE out of the 7 that make up the licence


Sonia VERNAY, training manager :

Monday to Thursday from 9am to 12pm and from 1.30pm to 4pm
Friday from 9am to 12pm
04 32 74 32 30

Date of update June 14, 2021