Direct entry into the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year (Paris and Toulon)
Direct entry is possible for candidates who have a previous university career related to interior architecture.
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Candidates still in education may also be accepted to sit the entrance competition. In this case, acceptance in contingent upon the candidate obtaining that year’s credits. For the 2nd year, the integrated MANAA (Applied Arts Upgrading Course) and foundation classes are not considered diploma courses.
The procedure for admission to the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year takes place in two steps.
In the first step, the applicant will be asked to submit an eligibility file summarising his/her background, all undergraduate grades and identity documents.
The candidate – if eligible – will then receive a link to upload a .pdf file of their most recent work and their motivation letter. In addition, he/she will be called for an interview of about twenty minutes with a committee composed of two teachers who will judge the quality of his/her file.
The candidate will have to complete a twenty-minute remote interview before a committee composed of two teachers who judge the quality of the candidate’s personal portfolio and ask them questions about their motivations and career plans.
This interview will take place remotely for all candidates.
For the first step :
- Copy of national identity card, passport or residence permit.
- Copy of the baccalauréat or equivalent qualification.
- All reports and ECTS obtained after the baccalaureate or equivalent title.
For the second step :
- A motivation letter.
- A portfolio in .pdf format of the work you have done during your previous studies, demonstrating your skills in design and interior architecture.
Before the beginning of classes, the candidates will have to prove:
- for the French candidates a level in English equal to at least B1
- for the foreign candidates a level in French equal to at least B2.
- Fees will be available soon
All students can, depending on their resources:
- Receive the “Equal Opportunities” grant
- Receive CROUS grants
To finance your studies:
Caisse d’Epargne offers loans at a specific rate.
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Students benefit from all the advantages of the student status (Social Security, Crous services, etc.) and the French government grant system (accreditation of 22 November 1990 for the 5-year course). They can also apply for the school’s Equal Opportunities grant.
At the start of the academic year, students must provide a copy of their residence permit, in addition to a study visa.