Processus & support
A SUMMARY OF COMPETENCE, DEFENDED IN FRONT OF AN EXAMINATION BOARD
The prior learning assessment is based on the elaboration of a summary of competence in which you must provide proof that you have developed, through your professional experience, the knowledge and skills corresponding to the degree you wish to work towards. This summary leads to an oral presentation in front of an examination board of professionals and teachers who examine your skills.
The degree obtained through the VAE is identical to that obtained by students through initial education.
If the examination board believes that your knowledge does not allow you to fully meet the objectives of the degree programme in question, it may either refuse validation or award you o partial validation. In this case, they may ask you to undergo additional training, produce additional work or gain new experience in areas that have not been validated.
THE 6 STEPS OF THE VAE PROCEDURE
- To get informed
- Project feasibility assessment
- Eligibility of candidates
- Elaboration of a file tracing work experience
- Oral defence
- Additional training plan if partial validation of the degree is warranted
A personalised accompaniment
In order to ensure your chances of success, you can be accompanied by a tutor throughout your VAE procedure and benefit from methodological assistance to put together your file and prepare the interview with the examination board.