This program allows students to study the ‘technical’ subjects of our Foundation year programme in English, while following the ‘artistic’ subjects in French.
A bilingual foundation year
The market for design talent and professional opportunities for well-trained design students is truly global. At LISAA Strasbourg, we strongly believe that any part of a well-rounded Design education should include skills and confidence to express your ideas and work collaboratively in an English language environment.
Many of our students have a good basic knowledge of English, but have not had the opportunity to use or practice their language skills in such an environment.
That is why LISAA Strasbourg offers a bilingual (hybrid) programme for its Foundation year in applied arts & design.
THREE TEACHING AIMS
To reveal the creativity of each student through the learning of fundamental techniques: drawing, colour, composition, volume, perspective and graphic design.
To raise students’ awareness of artistic culture in order to bring them the curiosity and open-mindedness required for a qualitative and enduring education.
To allow the student to find their place amongst the different design professions and therefore prepare and choose, in complete confidence, which specialisation to follow.
PREPARATION FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION FINE ART AND DESIGN SCHOOLS
Upon completion of the Foundation year, each student will have acquired the necessary skills to apply for the competitive exams for national and international higher education schools (decorative arts, design…) or to join a bachelor course in applied arts.
LISAA Strasbourg, a bilingual environment
Bilingualism (FR/EN) continues in the following years in the Bachelors cycle with the majority of the teaching staff being bilingual.
Strategically placed in the center of Europe, LISAA Strasbourg encourages students to participate in immersive learning experiences through the Erasmus program and travel excursions. What better way to get started on your international design career !
The schedule is for information purposes only and may be modified.
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 the design sector.