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How to Get Your Parents to Say “Yes” to the Personalised Career Guidance?



You are concerned about your future, and that concern is a first needed step. But it’s not enough. Now you need to do something about it. And not just anything, but the thing that will assure you a great professional future: to have a Personalised Career Guidance process!

Unless you are one of those very young entrepreneurs that have their own income at very early age, you still need to ask your parents for this investment. That’s why we came up with this guide to help you convince them, so that you can benefit from this great process.

Personalised Career Coaching – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Get answers here to most of your Frequently Asked Questions about OrientaEuro’s Career Coaching:

How will it help me?
Who is this for?
Am I too old for this?
Isn't too late to start a new career?
Would I be throwing away all those years of studying and work experience?
Will Career Coaching tell me which job I should be in?
Will Career Coaching get me a job?
I’m unemployed. Is this service still relevant to me?
How long does the programme last?
Is there homework?
What languages do you offer the programmes in?
What happens if I don’t live near one of your coaches?
What skills do I need?
Who are the coaches and how experienced are they?

If I decide to quit the programme, do I get my money back?
What is the difference between Career Coaching and Career Guidance?
What makes OrientaEuro unique?
Do you have references of others who have taken the Career Coaching programmes?

Do you have any other questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us.

10 things you should know about an internship


1)   Depending on when and where you do your internship, it can help you choose the subjects you need/want to study further along the line.

There are those people who are very lucky and know from a young age exactly what it is they want to do when they grow up, and so knowing what work experience to follow and what subjects to study is always an easier process. Alternatively, if you don’t know what you want to do later on in life, an internship could be an ideal way to help you decide what to study at school or at university. If you do an internship at an accountancy firm and love it, you know you’re going to have to study maths related subjects. In this day and age, we are lucky in the way that it’s not always necessary to study specific subjects to pursue a certain degree. Law conversion courses are an excellent example of this. So my suggestion is, even after one or many internship(s) you are still unsure, to study subjects you enjoy doing and to take a wide variety of subjects from different departments: arts, sciences, languages, social sciences etc.