L’École de design Nantes Atlantique offers you two web conferences accessible upon registration, on Friday 15 May at 10:30 am and 4:30 pm (French Time), to learn about the school and its programs.
Portrait of Jean Perinet, student at L’École de design after a 2-year Graphic Design vocational diploma
Passionate about image, Jean Perinet likes creating innovative visual concepts. This is what encouraged him to take up design. Let’s meet this 21-year old student.
Since his childhood, Yuxiang Li has always wanted to be a designer as for him, a designer is someone who creates innovation and changes the world. He is passionate about improving our way of life. ...
The press reports that half of the world’s population is confined today after China was confined from February. Most of you in France or elsewhere must be.
To our students, our alumni, our teaching teams, their families, to our Chinese friends and partners and to all those who are affected by the epidemic of Coronavirus, that is to say all of us.
The 4th most popular destination for international students, France has one of the best higher education systems in the world and attracts people who want to study in a unique and exceptional country.
Why come to France, and more specifically Nantes, to study design? 5 key reasons for a rewarding international experience that offers a wealth of opportunities
L’École de design Nantes Atlantique obtains the label Bienvenue en France" of level three stars awarded by the Labelling Commission Campus France of December 4, 2019.