The students' creative approach is supplemented by multiple development ideas. Once hired, they will have to combine a variety of skills, develop projects and be operational in agencies, companies or as free-lancers. Learn more about the three design domains in which we train students.
Communication design combines discipline and creative freedom. Using specific tools, our students combine creativity and reflection to design logos, websites or visual identities. To create brand value in communication, our students use a combination of illustrator, typographer and graphic designer tools.
These teachings prepare students for a number of communication design trades: junior artistic director, graphic designer, illustrator, computer graphic designer, web designer...
Future spatial designers are involved in a variety of domains: they embrace volumes to improve spatial organisation. They decorate, transform and arrange interiors and organise colours, lights and materials.
Once they graduate, our students can pursue careers as interior designers, furniture designers, decorators, production designers or environmental designers.
Every object around us has been created by a designer. This field requires curiosity, a sense of the aesthetic and command of traditional and 3D drawing as well as a visionary sense to anticipate trends. Our product design students explore all the technical disciplines to thoroughly analyse the universe of their project.
This sector features a broad variety of trades: product designers, creative craftsmen, industrial designers, etc.
With just a few clicks below, you can browse the many projects completed by the students of the Bachelor's programme of our School of Design.