Applied Arts Baccalaureate: High School Diploma
The Science and Technology of Design and Applied Arts (STD2A) baccalaureate covers the four fields of object design, spatial design, fashion design and graphic design, as well as art history, visual arts and technology. It is a real springboard for artistic training.
The STD2A bac develops an openness to diverse forms of expression and teaches working methods linked to creativity.
It offers multidisciplinary projects that combine general subjects with design projects. Throughout the school year, cultural outings accompany the development of creativity. Professionals as well as former students also come to share their experiences with future graduates.
General culture/knowledge of the contemporary world/ language/ Technology of materials and applied sciences/ Writing methodology/ Writing workshop/ space and volume/ models and packaging/ photo lab/ computer graphics P.A.O/ Plastic expressions techniques/ experimentation workshops/ tutored personal project
The holder of the Science and Technology of Design and Applied Arts baccalaureate (STD2A) obtains a level 4 diploma and can apply for training courses geared towards the design professions.
Terms of Access
BAC- State/Government diploma
Access from 11th grade: 2 years training
Access from 10th grade: 3 years training
DNMADE (Public Bachelor’s Degree): fashion, products, graphic design, space…
MUTLIMEDIA GRAPHIC DESIGNER BACHELOR’S DEGREE
SPATIAL DESIGN BACHELOR’S DEGREE
SPACE AND EVENTS/EVENT MANAGEMENT MASTER’S DEGREE
DNAP-DNSEP (National Diploma of Arts and Crafts/Higher National Diploma in Plastic/Artisitic Expression)
DMA (Arts and Crafts diploma / 2 years after high school diploma)
DSAA (Higher Diploma in Applied Arts / 5 years after high school diploma)
PRESTIGIOUS UNIVERSITIES/IVY LEAGUES
2nd semester: 2 weeks/70 hours