As well as training future “creatives”, the school’s main responsibility now lies in preparing students for their working life. Today, the employment rates of our young graduates are the key indicators of success. The job placement rate of 88% of our 2015 graduates (i.e. employed 12 months after graduation) proves that our efforts to develop close links with companies (an approach which is central to our pedagogy) are paying off.
In France or abroad, in-house or freelance, here are a few examples of our graduates’ career paths:
Nadim Raad et Andrews-Junior Kimbembe, UX designers at Google in California
Lila Beaumont, spatial designer at Creative Capital HK in Shanghai
Arthur Kenzo, designer at fuseproject in San Francisco
• In-house designers
Elise VALLÉE, product designers at Castorama
Elise Burbaud, designer at Nabaiji
• Freelance designers
Claire Cherruault, freelance artistic director in Branding and Packaging
Sarah Blondé, self-employed designer, Happ’iD Design
Benjamin Gagneux, project manager at Free Lance’s l’Agence
Clément Martineau, designer for Novathings
See more examples
The school also organizes alumni conferences to help undergraduate students plan their future careers and learn from the experience of former students.
You can also find the conferences of 2016 in https://vimeo.com/channels/897288