Graphic & Motion Design Courses Master UX Design Master's level (2-year programme) Paris in French

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This course is aimed at students who wish to learn about User Experience design issues for digital creations: websites, applications, software, interactive machines, etc.

PROGRAMME OPENS IN SEPTEMBER 2017

The course is taught by active professionals who are recognised in their fields, and brings together theoretical and practical classes with several work placementsat businesses in partnership with the school. The quality of teaching at LISAA has led to it being recognised by the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

MASTER-EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATION

The advanced course in User Experience Design takes place over two years – a master-equivalent level. The second year is a block release training. Students choose between 2 options: project manager or game.

The course is open to students who have already completed a graphic design, technical or computer science course to a bachelor-level or equivalent (university or business school). The course is taught in French.

Courses

Click on the subject for details. The schedule is for information purposes only and may be modified.

  • 01. Project Management
    120 hrs/year
  • 02. Master classes
    90 hrs/year
  • 03. Cognitive Sciences
    60 hrs/year
  • 04. Analysis
    100 hrs/year
  • 05. Editorial
    60 hrs/year
  • 06. Digital
    80 hrs/year
  • 07. Creativity (option)
    110 hrs/year
  • 08. Game (option)
    110 hrs/year
  • 01. End of Studies Project
    174 hrs/year
  • 02. Creation workshops
    105 hrs/year
  • 03. Interdisciplinary workshops
    87 hrs/year
  • 04. Professional thesis
    75 hrs/year
  • 05. Block release Work Placement
    Block release

Teaching Staff

Directors

  • François Vermorel
    François Vermorel

    Head of Studies - Digital Art Direction & UX Design

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Partners

  • UX-Republic

Entry Requirements & Application

Admission is subject to both the presentation of a file and an oral interview. The interview allows a discussion about the candidate's background and ambitions. The objective is to to gauge his motivation and the potential of his or her academic profile to suit the specificities of a profession in graphic design.