2017 awards list
C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards: the 2015 winners
C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards: the 2015 prize-winners
On 29 January 2015, sixteen teams of students from specialist colleges and universities presented their projects to a jury made up of Natixis employees.
Based on these presentations, eight projects were awarded.
On January 29, sixteen teams of students came to Natixis to defend their project and try to win one of the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards.
Discover the 2015 winners and view the pictures of this fourth edition.
Prizes in the socio-cultural category
- 1st prize: €5 000. Cheer up ! – Toulouse Business School
Helping young cancer sufferers carry out a professional project
- 2nd prize: €3 000. Vive les vacances – EDHEC
Cultural outings, help with homework and holidays for 120 children living in Lille
- 3rd prize: €1,500. Mission Potosi – ESSEC
Building of a library for children working in the Potosi mines
- Special Jury Prize: €1,500. Yega – Kedge Business School in Marseille
Renovation of a school in Cameroon
Prizes in the socio-sports category
- 1st prize: €5,000. Pachamama – ESSEC
Building and operating a second rugby field in Madagascar
- 2nd prize: €3,000. Raid Essec 2015 – ESSEC Organization of a trek with various competitions and disability awareness workshops
- 3rd prize: €1,500. Vallée de cœur 2015 – EM Lyon
Organization of a theater competition between two Grade 5 primary school classes. The class that takes out first prize will win a week's skiing holiday
- Jury's special prize: €1,500. Fenêtre sur cours – Kedge Business School in Marseille
Improving prison conditions at the Baumettes prison in Marseilles
C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards in pictures
Relive the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards 2015 by viewing the picture slide show or by reading the messages posted throughout the day on twitter @Natixis.com or hashtag #CAMPUSAwards.
Supporting students in the long term
Natixis received many high quality applications. The motivation and involvement of students as well as the excellence of the projects attest to the relevance of such an initiative.
Natixis seeks to develop a special relationship with schools and universities. This approach forms part of actions spearheaded throughout the year for students; Natixis' participation in a wide range of forums demonstrates its willingness to understand the young people's needs and to showcase the diversity of its businesses and assignments to future graduates.
"The high level of student participation again underscores the energy and commitment of these many talented young people. Natixis is very proud to help them carry out their solidarity projects", highlighted Alain Delouis, Chief HR Officer of Natixis