The young graduates of Gembloux benefit from the support of the AIGx (Association des Ingénieurs de Gembloux), which brings together a large number of former alumni ready to supervise the new alumni.
The follow-up of young graduates of Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech is based on a set of actions implemented by the University of Liège and the Faculty on the one hand, and on specific support from the AIGx, the alumni association of Gembloux, on the other.
Recognition of students' master theses
It is a tradition in Gembloux to reward the best master theses.
Prizes are offered by organisations or associations that have recognised the quality of students' work in their field of activity.
Thus, it is generally up to the alumni, who are active in these organizsations, to present the awards to deserving students.
Every year, the University of Liège carries out a survey of its graduates. This post-master survey is sent to all former students one year and five years after graduation.
These surveys provide the faculties with a large amount of information on the characteristics of the first jobs, the degree of satisfaction of graduates with their training, their job, the main sectors of activity covered.
The detailed evaluation of the training feeds into the revision and adaptation of the courses to professional realities.
In Gembloux, alumni monitoring is mainly carried out by the AIGx. This association, historically known as the "Association des Ingénieurs de Gembloux", constitutes the alumni association of Gembloux.
To best support young graduates in their new professional life, the AIGx offers support adapted to its new members: personalised coaching, job offers, theme-based meetings...
The association also sets up activities for students to help them build their professional project, look for an internship, meet companies...