MODULE 1 : 3 years – 180 ECTS
The trades of interior architect and designer have strongly evolved in recent years. Those professionals should be able to arrange private, commercial and eventually public spaces. They design furniture and objects, develop scenography projects, imagine exhibitions, etc.
MODULE 2 : 2 years – 120 ECTS
During the specialisation, the projects are increasingly complex, the choice of materials more advanced and emphasis also put on the study of details. In product design, some partnerships are offered with industrials. Scenographic projects evolve into cultural events.
Advertising – GRAPHIC
& Digital Design
4 years – 240 ECTS
Advertising has changed a lot. A communication professional must be able to create advertising concepts on all types of media, create magazine covers, imagine a new logo, create a new brand identity, develop new packagings. In digital design, the students work on the creation of websites interfaces, banners …
UX & Motion Design
2 years – 120 ECTS
(prerequisite : 3 years in relevant field)
During the first year of specialisation, students create graphical interfaces (mobile app, connected objects …). They also learn animation techniques for Motion design (animated graphic design).
During the second year, they choose to specialise in one of the two disciplines for their internships and their graduation project.
3D Image Design
1 year – 60 ECTS
The world of 3D images is evolving and there are many new fields of application. In this short one-year course, students learn how to make 3D image with different techniques. They can then work in design offices, advertising agencies, digital agencies, photography studios, animation studios, television studios, real estate development companies, etc.
A few weeks ago, we welcomed Christian Guellerin, Honorary President of the international association Cumulus, for a truly inspiring conference about the challenges ahead of Mankind and the role that Design could play.
During his conference, “The challenge of Design: Making Man Central Again. Concerns and perspectives from the World Design Summit – Montreal October 2017”, Mr Guellerin told us about the incredible evolutions of the world we live in, with an emphasis on artificial intelligence, and how he imagines the role of man and design in that evolving world.
After the OPEN DAYS in February (the purpose of which is to allow young people interested in the CAD to take part in courses), we are pleased to invite you to our second OPEN DAYS of the year.
They will take place from Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 June 2017 from 10 am to 5 pm and throughout the summer on appointment. This is an opportunity to visit the college, meet our students and teachers, and discover the best jury work in each section and class.
We are happy to announce our upcoming Open Days, which will take place from Monday, February 13 to Friday, February 24, 2017.
During those two weeks, we offer the possibility for young students to attend the classes of their choice.