LISAA School of Design • Paris, France; Nantes, France; Toulouse, France; Bordeaux, France; Rennes, France; Strasbourg, France

LISAA is located in Paris, one of THE fashion capitols of the world. It was founded 1986 by Michel Glize and ever since its foundation, has been constantly growing into the biggest design school in France. Students at LISAA can expect an outstanding training in the world of design. The school ensures that students develop their creativity and are well-equipped for the professional realm upon graduation. In order to do so, LISAA offers internships and job offers exclusively for alumni. Students can take classes in English or in French, those are kept small to meet the students individual needs. LISAA is one of the few private further education schools that are recognised by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, the courses are certified by state diplomas (BTS) and qualifications (level 2 / BAC+ 3-4 years of further education). The programmes at LISAA are professionally oriented. The school offers 1-year Master level courses for example in Interior Design, Blogging / Journalism in Fashion/Beauty and Luxury amongst other design related subject. Bachelor and vocational programmes are offered as well. All of the programmes focus on a future career in design. Employment can be found in the fields of animations, video games, interior architecture, design, graphic design and fashion.

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