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Valentine Milliand-Roux and Maëva Hémon

Deutsche Telekom AI Hackathon Rex

// 03/27/2018

Valentine Milliand-Roux and Maëva Hémon, 3rd year Bachelor’s students in Interaction Design took part in the hackathon organized by Deutsche Telekom on artificial intelligence on 29 and 30 January ...

mobile interface

First prize at La Banque Postale Hackathon

// 03/09/2018

Léa Dubois, a 3rd year BDes student in Interaction Design, and her team won first prize in the 2018 hackathon on the theme of: Artificial intelligence serving the digital cause.

Observeur du design 2018

2018 Observeur du design: 4 stars and 17 labels for our alumni

// 12/22/2017

A fine performance from the alumni of L’École de design who came away with 4 stars at the 2018 Observeur du design and a shower of labels.

Service design award

3 prizes for interaction design students in La Poste competition

// 03/27/2017

Designers came up with ideas for La Banque Postale of the future. They won the 2nd prize in the service design category with La Poste Connect 2017 and joint the 3rd prize as well as the people’s ...

applications 2017

Applications for the academic year 2017-2018 are now open !

// 11/02/2016

Applications to our programs are now open, with an even wider choice for international students.

applications-2016

Applications for the academic year 2016-2017 are now open !

// 11/02/2015

Applications to our programs are now open, with an even wider choice for international students.

L’École de design Nantes Atlantique

Admission results for the academic year 2014-2015 (Session #3) are now available!

// 07/17/2014

The entrance examination #Session 3 results for the postgraduate programs and the International Class are now online! Congratulations!

entrepreneuriales 2014

Two Master’s students win the prize for Enterprising Women

// 06/05/2014

On 27 March 2014, the closing night and awards ceremony of the Entrepreneuriales took place in Nantes. Amongst the prizewinners, two 5th year students (Claire Chuniaud and Aurore Colasson) received ...