Three learning methods
Students can choose between three learning methods:
- Initial: students have the time and means to carry out ambitious and innovative projects. They benefit from a wide choice of teaching modules.
- Sandwich Course: students benefit from the advantages of a sandwich course work placement. Integrated into the companies that pay them and pay for their schooling, they gain significant work experience.
- International: students begin their year with a six-month international experience—a study stay or an internship. In both cases, they can apply for Erasmus funding.
Qualification listed on level I on the French register of professional certifications (RNCP)/Master's level
This two-year master’s-level course is accessible to students who have completed a bachelor’s-level training in graphic design undertaken at a graphic design, multi-media or web school, or a university.
Graduates are awarded a qualification in Digital Art Direction from IDAA-LISAA — NSF 322t — Level I (FR), 7 (EU), registered on the National Register of Professional Certifications (RNCP) by Order of 11th December 2018 published in the Official Journal of 18th December 2018.