In order to qualify for admission to the first cycle (semesters 3 and 5) or second cycle (semesters 7 and 9) in the art, graphic design or design options, candidates must respectively obtain 60, 120, 180 and 240 European credits:
1 – Obtained in France within the framework of a tertiary-level course undertaken:
2 – Obtained in another member state of the European Union or in another state within the framework of studies undertaken in a tertiary institution applying the regulations of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) A practice of the French language corresponding to level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is required for admission to qualifying year levels. For the other year levels, mastery of the French language is required.
3 – Degrees obtained outside of the European Union or from a state coming under the agreement on the European Economic Area will be examined in order to assess their equivalency with French degrees.
The CIEP and the Enic-Naric France Center are organizations that offer, among their services, the recognition of a foreign degree in France (paid service).
After preselecting portfolios, the candidates are invited to an oral interview with a jury of professors, to whom they present their artistic approach and their motivation to integrate the establishment.
The total fees for the 2019-2020 year come to 400 euros (250 euros with a scholarship). More information concerning scholarships, insurance and social security.