Our network of partners

Orange Campus collaborates with the best partners in the educational ecosystem, the digital economy and the Group’s business schools to offer a more open learning experience. These partnerships help enrich Orange’s training offer and prepare everyone for the skills of tomorrow.

Focus on start-ups


Through Orange Campus, you can access content from the start-up Kokoroe. It offers an original learning style and format to learn about tomorrow’s world – in a fun and contemporary way.
Each course includes a series of short videos, a quiz, a certificate of achievement and personalised updates to stay up to date with your topic. In contrast to traditional learning formats, Kokoroe is playful and uses multiple cultural references, jokes and choices: learners can pick and choose the most relevant format for their situation – a podcast for the morning bus commute, an article during lunch, a quick video in the evening… the aim is to create emotion and awaken an interest in learning.

    Learn Assembly Restoring the taste for learning: this is the ambition displayed by Learn Assembly on its website. At a time when the quest for meaning at work and the desire for retraining has never been stronger, the young edtech is working with many companies, including Orange, to rethink the codes of learning and create different training experiences that make people want to learn. Learn Assembly are “architects of learning experiences designed to develop the employability of each employee”.

Focus on academic partners​

        CNAM / UIMM

Since 2019, the Union des industries et métiers de la métallurgie (UIMM), the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (Cnam) and Orange have signed a strategic partnership agreement to meet the skills challenge in the digital field. Orange and its two partners are thus pooling their expertise and resources to develop training and encourage the detection of talent in the fields of cybersecurity, data, artificial intelligence and 5G. This strategic partnership aims to develop innovative academic supports, training and coaching platforms, as well as diploma courses in these future-oriented business fields.

Formalized on March 14, 2019, this tripartite agreement has, however, already given rise to joint initiatives. Thus, in February 2019, a first 100% on-the-job training program was inaugurated with a class of 15 students. In December, the CNAM issued them with a cyber security technician’s license. Thomas, a learner from the cybersecurity engineer program, testifies.


Orange Campus is a partner of the Grande Ecole du Numérique (GEN), launched by the French government in 2015. This network of more than 750 labeled training courses aims to promote inclusion by meeting the needs of recruiters for digital skills. In France, it is estimated that several tens of thousands of jobs in the new information technologies and electronics sector are currently unfilled due to a lack of suitable profiles.
Orange Campus supports this initiative by promoting certain labeled training courses for Group employees throughout the country, while Orange’s regional offices welcome trainees from GEN.

Focus on companies

        Microsoft and Simplon

Orange, Microsoft and Simplon share the conviction that digital technology is a powerful lever for individual and collective transformation and development. The three partners have thus pooled their expertise to develop an innovative training course in an AI profession and open it to people in a situation of reconversion.

In March 2019, the Orange Gardens site welcomed 23 people to be trained as “AI Data Developer” in the framework of the “IA Microsoft School – Orange Promotion”. All of them followed a 7-month training course provided by Simplon at the heart of the Group’s innovation teams in Châtillon, near Paris. At the end of the course, the trainees benefited from a professionalization contract within Orange’s operational teams.

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