BECOMING A DIGITAL MEDIA EXPERT
This digital course offered at LISAA aims to train adaptable experts skilled in digital media, able to create the graphic design of videos using motion design, broadcast them on websites so that they can be viewed on computers, tablets and smartphones, and enable them to be shareable on social media. Students learn to acquire skills in both digital and print, in order to be able to adapt their digital campaigns to print media.
LEARNING AT THE SCHOOL AND WITHIN A BUSINESS VIA A SANDWICH COURSE
The first year of this digital master’s course is dedicated to learning and mastering the different disciplines in digital art direction. During the second phase, students are faced with real clients for projects of genuine importance.
The second year centres on the methodology of a professional contract: students join a business that remunerates them and covers their school fees. Via this professional work placement, students acquire 12 months of professional experience as part of the course.
A WIDE RANGE OF PROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
LISAA has a wide range of partnerships in all economic sectors:
QUALIFICATION LISTED ON LEVEL 7 (EU) OF THE FRENCH REGISTER OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS (RNCP)/MASTER’S-LEVEL SANDWICH COURSE
The course in Digital Art Direction is a two-year, master’s-level course accessible to students who have completed a bachelor’s-level course at a graphic design, multi-media or web school, or at university.
Two options are available on this training course for digital professions:
- UX Design: user-experience design. >> Click here for more information on this specialisation.
- Animated media: the different aspects of graphic design in movement. >> Click here for more information.
This two-year course at LISAA is the equivalent of a master’s in European classification. Within the framework of international mobility, students should validate their ECTS credits via the Erasmus+ programme.
The course enables students to obtain a qualification in Art Direction in Image and Media, listed on the French Register of Professional Certifications (RNCP), by decree of 7th April 2017, published in the official journal of 21st April 2017.