At which university in France can I study interior design?

5 August, 2021 Jeffrey Mote 6

Answers (6):

    8 August, 2021

    Many French universities offer courses in interior design.
    Most people will say that you should study at one of the ENSAD schools, as they are some of the best architect colleges in France. The campuses there are very beautiful and reflect a lot of the architectural ideologies behind their buildings.
    If it's your first time studying abroad, then I would recommend looking for universities with good relationships to international students, such as those programs that can provide an international student advisor. You should find ones that have language support tailored towards your specific English skills and level because this is something important to consider before committing to a school overseas when you don't speak French fluently yet.

    8 August, 2021

    I recommend that you study at Paris College of Fashion.
    The Paris College of Fashion is allegedly one of the best schools in France for Interior Design, and has a very high level of precision for training designers according to the latest trends in this industry. It's also an internationally recognized and honore school, whether it be more locally within France or abroad within several different countries all around the world. The truth about going to Paris College of Fashion; it's really what everyone talks about nowadays (both here in America as well as there at Paris). From my point-of-view, it could be a smart decision on your part, if you want to go into Interior Design without having too much competition from other people.

    8 August, 2021

    The University of Paris-Sorbonne offers a study program in Interior Design.
    The program has been developed with the input of a committee of professionals from the sector (decorators, furniture designers and restoration experts), and is taught by both academics and professionals. To complete this course, students must have completed their secondary education studies or equivalent qualifications.

    8 August, 2021

    Event Paris
    École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs
    École centrale de Lille
    Pantheon-Assas University (Paris II)
    Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA) or the Beaux Arts Institute of Design in Paris. The most accessible and practical program for aspiring designers who have no artistic background is the 3 year Bachelor in Design Studies at ENSAD, which also has a strong internship component. It is more expensive but provides students with a much higher level of training than other programs on offer. Program highlights include design studies under various points of view, from social and economic considerations.

    8 August, 2021

    It sounds like you're looking for a study in France through an Interior Design program.
    There are numerous universities which offer Interior Design programs, but we recommend that you look at schools which are accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), as this assures that graduates' education is consistent with standards and subject matter requirements.
    For example, Wentworth Institute of Technology's Department of Architecture and Interior Construction offers undergraduate programs in architecture or interior design. Check out their website for more information on any other related prerequisites for admission to their department's program as well.
    Wentworth Institute of Materials Science is also an accredited institution. And they have some really nice graduate-level programs.

    8 August, 2021

    I would recommend the Institut Supérieur d'Architecture in Strasbourg
    Established in 1953, ISA's mission is to provide high-level architectural education and research. The institute consists of three departments that offer a variety of academic programs for architecture, urbanism and design. Some faculty members teach at other universities such as Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and New York University. It is situated on a 6 acre site with ample space for green grounds around the buildings including an orchard with fruit trees, kitchen gardens, small woods, lawns alongside paths across campus leading to historic structures and studios on the bank of France's largest freshwater river, the Ill River.