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Available programs for exchange students

Only students from our partner schools are allowed to apply for an exchange program.

Undergraduate level: International Class

Students must have completed at least two years of studies in either product, spatial, graphic or visual communication design to join the International Class.
Exchange students can enroll in the International Class and choose one of the following programs, depending on their profile :

Brand Design
for students with a background in product design, graphic design, visual communication or scenography

It is essential to consider the brand values when designing communication tools, a new generation of products, a packaging range or an exhibition stand. The role of the designer is to bring out the codes and the brand values throughout the production process by researching the formal or graphic vocabulary, materials and media which best represent the brand. The designer also has to take into account user-experience in terms of the brand, the competition and the technology involved.
Consult the course outline

Digital Media Design
for students with a background in graphic design, interaction design or multimedia design

This program offers services in digital interactive media (web, interactive terminals, video, animation, computer graphics) through a user-centered approach.
Consult the course outline

Industrial Products
for students with a background in industrial or product design

This design approach focuses on industrial design. A wide array of tools used in industry must be used to create products and services that are centered on the user, his environment and his expectations. In this way the designer can use his know-how to help companies design and manufacture products which take into account the needs and expectations of their users.
Consult the course outline

Retail & lnterior Design
for students with a background in spatial design, interior design or scenography

This option aims to explore the relationships between the services resulting from all new human activities (commercial or otherwise) and the buildings, interior and exterior spaces that define the environment of these activities and the objects that result from them.
Consult the course outline

Exchange students enrolled in one of the four programs follow compulsory courses and have to choose elective courses to obtain 30 ECTS.

Consult the course list for the first semester of the International Class
Consult the course list for the second semester of the International Class

For optional classes, we cannot guarantee a place for each student before the start of the semester.

All programs are equivalent to the 3rd-year level of our 5-year curriculum.

Postgraduate level: Master in Design (MDes) programs

Exchange students may enroll in one of our Master in Design (MDes) programs and join the second semester (February to June) of the 1st year of postgraduate studies.

To join our MDes programs as an exchange student, candidates must have completed a bachelor (three or four years) in either product design, space design, graphic design or interaction design. Only students from our partner schools are allowed to apply for an exchange program.

The following MDes programs are open to exchange students :

MDes Care / Social Design (taught in English)
This program aims to develop multidisciplinary expertise in critical areas of social and environmental design.

MDes Human Machine Design / UX Design (taught in English)
This program focuses on the user experience in digital environments.

MDes Media Design / Information Design (taught in English)
The Information Design program explores the emerging challenges presented by the exponential production of data.

MDes New Eating Habits / Food Design & Brand (taught in English)
This program offers a multidisciplinary approach of innovation through design oriented towards the users, the uses, the representations and the branding.

MDes Sustainabe Cities / Environmental Design (taught in English)
This program explores simultaneously the evolution of our built environment and the urban transformations in a context of rapid change, with the requirements of a sustainable, accessible and smart city, conceived in a spirit of universal co-design (design for all), fully integrated.

Consult the MDes course outline and awarded ECTS credits
Consult the MDes course description