The year of specialization and international orientation
5 options to choose one’s future career: Communication, Creation, strategy, Digital and Marketing.
The 3rd year (SP3) is major step in the specialization process and was introduced at SUP de PUB in the very first year of the school’s existence.
SP3 and SP4 constitute the specialization curricula during which students will choose their future professions. This SP3 + SP4 curriculum is certified by the State and represents the historic and emblematic program that has over the years made the success of SUP de PUB since its inception 30 years ago. It offers a large number of options in France and abroad, perfectly adapted to the market and company needs.
The 3rd year (SP3) offers common courses in strategic thinking and planning, English, major economic issues, and international communication. This very structured third year, also includes three competitions and a video seminar in which all students work together in groups. Students pick a specialization among the five options available, depending on the orientation of the professional career path they have chosen.
This third year is a very rich one. It is a melting pot of many different profiles: Some students have been at the school since the 1st year (SP1) while others are from similar establishments with a BTS diploma or from French and foreign universities. This incredible mix proves its worth during the competitions and other group assignments in which each person brings and shares his or her particular expertise, experience and mindset.
The third year is also when international exchanges (Erasmus) take place for the first time. Students have the opportunity to go and study abroad in over 40 countries around the world. Whether in Europe or beyond, studying abroad in the 3rd year is not an obligation but is strongly recommended as geographic mobility is increasingly demanded by companies. All our school programs include a substantial number of hours of preparation for the TOEIC exam (Test Of English for International Communication).