New courses! LISAA renews its prospectus
The beginning of the new academic year has just taken place at each of LISAA’s eight campuses and the school is actively preparing the academic year of 2018. New courses will be launched in fashion, video games, interior architecture & design and graphic design. Discover these new courses as an exclusive!
NEW QUALIFICATIONS RECOGNISED BY THE FRENCH REGISTER OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS
The big news for 2018 is the launch of courses recognised by the French Register of Professional Certifications (RNCP) at LISAA Nantes, Strasbourg and Bordeaux. Nantes and Bordeaux already offered third-year bachelor courses in graphic design, which will now be extended to three years recognised on level two of the RNCP.
Added to this are a bachelor's course in Graphic Design in Strasbourg, a bachelor's in Textile Design in Nantes, and five-year qualifications recognised on level 7 of the RNCP in Interior Architecture & Design in all LISAA schools.
And finally, LISAA Bordeaux is launching a new video games course. Over three years, this bachelor’s course covers all aspects of interactive media, from game art, to game design, level design and animation.
OPENING OF A CAMPUS IN TOULOUSE
LISAA is opening a campus in Toulouse for the new academic year of 2018. The school will be in the first business park in the Toulouse region, Enova Labège Toulouse, in the heart of a dynamic ecosystem of start-ups, large businesses, research and innovation.
POST-GRADUATE VIDEO GAME COURSES
The School of Animation & Video Games at LISAA Paris is increasing its offer of courses in video games with the launch of two new programmes. Firstly, a two-year advanced Game Creative Director course, enabling students to further their skills.
And alongside this, LISAA is launching an MBA course in Video Games Production in partnership with MBA ESG. This year-long course prepares students for the managerial roles adapted to the video games industry.
In order to adapt to an employment market that continually requires more interdisciplinary skills, LISAA is launching two courses in Paris at the boundary between several skillsets.
The specialisation in Decoration/Furnishing Textile: Consulting in Trends, Style & Innovation is aimed at students who have completed a course in fashion, fashion design and textile design, or in interior architecture and design. Marie-Claire Maison, the course’s partner, brings its industry expertise to the programme.
The Fashion/Beauty & Luxury Journalist, Blogger and Influencer specialised course has been created in partnership with the IICP School of Journalism. It is connected to fashion, luxury and beauty industry culture and news, which will be analysed to produce posts, live social media, articles and original interviews.