The Commission for the Integration of Graduates is the interface of the new version of the employment program in Monaco.

Created on February 2010 by the Prince’s Government, the Graduate Integration Commission responds to the wish of the Sovereign Prince. Which is to maintain the intellectual wealth of the Principality and to allow expatriate graduates to return to Monaco.

On 9th January 2019, the Commission for the Integration of Graduates met for the 9th consecutive year, to present its activity report and decide on actions that will be conducted.

Placed under the authority of the Government Counselor-Minister of Social Affairs and Health, Mr. Didier GAMERDINGER recalled on this occasion that the integration of young graduates is at the heart of the concerns of the Prince’s Government. “We must better prepare our students for their future professional life, in their choice of profession and inform them about promising sectors to better organise the symbiosis studies/work for better integration into the world of business.”

He also thanked the Members of the Commission for the rich exchanges that have contributed since 2010 to enrich the actions proposed by the executive cell. It has always been for the benefit of young graduates.

In charge of the mission to the Commission for the Integration of Graduates, Ms. Muriel BUBBIO highlighted a particularly positive assessment for the year 2018.

“I hope that the Commission for the Integration of Graduates will become a tool that young people appropriate for their research. The Commission for the Integration of Graduates is the interface of this new version employment program. It enables entrepreneurs to leverage their economic and social impact in the Principality, particularly through job creation. Young graduates come with benchmarks that speak to companies.”

The Commission for the Integration of Graduates brings together the best of youth. Along with the best of what Monaco companies have to offer.

The 2018 Graduate Integration Commission in figures
  • Regarding Enterprises, 172 Protocols have been signed so far, including 27 in 2018, which increases job opportunities for our young people.
  • 130 (68 Monegasques) new young people followed in 2018 by the Commission for the Integration of Graduates. 1,170 since its creation
  • 34 courses
  • 33 jobs
  • 16 expatriates followed by the Commission for the Integration of Graduates
  • 3 Workshops for companies and professionals of Education initiated in 2018
  • 28 Permanent high schools, ASM FC Academy and the National Education Information Center

At the end of this meeting, the Business Managers who signed these partnerships were warmly thanked by the Minister of State for the traditional reception held in their honour at his Residence. The Members of the Graduate Integration Commission also participated.