The African School of Economics distinguishes itself from other universities not only by the quality of training offered through its programs, but also by the effort they put into developing their students' professional skills. The Work-study Program, which was implemented when the school officially opened in 2014, gives students the opportunity to acquire many skills in addition to their academic training. In a meeting with students in the Communications work-study group on Tuesday, December 17th, the Communications Manager, Wilfried Gnanvi, explained the mission, the objectives and expectations of the communications team at ASE. He also explained how the Department is run and the specific role of the work-study program. In addition to Communications, students have been placed in other departments such as Planning, Research and Academic Affairs. Through its innovative curriculum and emphasis on professional development, the work-study program allows the ASE to truly live up to its goal to be a "path to innovative leadership".