Bachelor in Graphic Design
labellisé European Bachelor
/ LYON / PARIS / NANCY / NICE /
The Bachelor in Visual Communication with specialisation in graphic design, publishing and advertising is a French State diploma over two years that teaches students to develop the visual form of messages in the various fields of graphic design (visual identity, graphic design, signage, packaging ...), publishing (books, magazines, brochures, multimedia ...) and advertising (posters, ad-press, spots ...).
Unlike many schools that select only the best students at the end of the two years of study, the Écoles de Condé schools have all their students sit the CT examinations. The excellent pass rates on examinations, on average above 90% over the past five years, and the great professional integration of our students, demonstrate the excellence of our teaching methods and the level of attention given to our students.
By equivalence, at the end of their two years of study, students will receive a Bachelor of Science in Design with specialisation in Visual Communication delivered by the European Accreditation Board of Higher Education Schools.
Foundation year in Applied Arts or Bac STI in Applied Arts, based on a personal interview and academic records
What to do after a CT course in Product Design
Master in Global Design, Master in Illustration, Ecole des Gobelins, Arts Déco, Master in Strategic Communication, post-CT degree in Web-Design, post-CT professionalising year, DSAA, Beaux-Arts, Graduate School of Animation vocational degree…
The Bachelor in Visual Communication with specialisation in graphic design, publishing, advertising may lead to the following professions:
- Graphic Designer
- Artistic Director
- Publishing, advertising or press Illustrator
- Project Manager
- Computer Graphics Specialist
- Model Maker
- Creative Director
/ Marie Gloaguen, 2006 Graduate
“During my CT degree, I sat the entrance examination to get onto the post-graduate Graphic Design course at the
/ Cécile Guédy, 2004 Graduate
“I did a Foundation year in Applied Arts, Year 1 and Year 2 of a Visual Communication degree and graduated from Condé Paris in 2004. The 3 years I spent in this school where incredibly fulfilling. The teaching is strict and many demands are put on you. This requires great motivation and a desire to excel. Your creativity there develops individually and you are not formatted according to trends. We are taught to go beyond the first idea, which is a mechanism that ultimately comes with great practise. The bar is high, but the professional world knows the level required by Condé. After three years of study in this school, I was more prepared than the average person to integrate the world of work. I worked as Artistic Director for two advertising agencies, first BDDP & Son, then Julius & Caesar. There, after only one year, I was at the head of a team of three people, and my training at Condé was much appreciated. It had taught me to manage concrete professional problems and to develop the necessary creativity. I also kept in touch with students from my year, who also found work very quickly. If I had to, I wouldn’t hesitate to do the same thing all over again! "
- Foundation year in applied arts - Manaa
- Bachelor in Interior Design
- Bachelor in Product Design
- Bachelor in Fashion Design
- Bachelor in Graphic Design
- Bachelor in Multimedia Design
- Master in Global Design
- Master Communication Strategy
- Master in Space design for collaborative environment
- European Master in Transportation design
- Professional training