ESAIL - Bachelor Interior Design
Program: Bachelor Interior Design Program
Type of Program: Udergraduate programme
Years of study: 3 years
Teaching language: N/C
Location of Campus: Lyon (France)
Review of your academic files : Yes
Selection/Admission Interview: Yes
Lingusitic Test : No
Entry-Exam (Concours): Yes
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Tuition fees: 7 430€ per year (*)
Application fees: Yes (*)
Scholarships: More infos
Other Financial Aids : Crous.
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Application form: www.ege-france.com/apply
Year 1 : Introduction to design methods/spatial representation
Starting in year one, students work on designing various interior decoration projects.
Three disciplines are studied: temporary space design, interior design, and event design. The aim is to get students to practice these various design approaches from the outset so that they are aware of different methodologies of spatial construction.
At the same time, students must quickly acquire various graphic techniques of spatial representation (conventional and digital) in order to be able to describe and develop the projects studied. They must also build the artistic and decorative culture (including via a foreign language) they will need to do further research in their projects. The year is punctuated by two internships.
The first internship lasts for two weeks and takes place at a second-fix company to allow students to work with materials first-hand and gain insight into the realities of building sites.
The second internship lasts for four weeks and takes place at a company specialising in decoration.
The aim is provide students with the opportunity to see how companies operate (who does what, what needs to be done, customer relations) and take part in the company’s operations.
Year 2 : Design in depth
In semester one, students continue the work they began in their various subjects in year one, but with an emphasis on narrowing down their projects to a specific area. Some projects put students in contact with ESAIL’s partner companies. At one point in semester one, students go on a cultural trip supervised by their art history and artistic drawing instructors. The aim of this trip is to open students’ minds to other cultures and experiment with the assimilation of references.
The second part of year two consists of a six-week internship in temporary space design, interior design or event design. Students must choose one area based on the career they wish to pursue.
The third part of year two is devoted entirely to working on three assigned projects (interior design, temporary space design and event design) that students will present before three examination committees consisting of faculty members and business practitioners.
Year 3 : Professional Approach
Year three is designed to prepare students to enter the business world.
It begins with an internship of at least three months at a project management agency specialised in one of the aforementioned disciplines. Students choose their internship based on their career interest. This allows them to gain the skills they will need in the future as well as apply them in their coursework. This internship is followed by an oral defence.
The second part of year three consists entirely of business modules where students explore subjects such as customer relations, job interviews and lighting techniques, as well as learn from business professionals. At the same time, students define their independent degree project and submit it for committee approval.
The third part of year three consists entirely of technical and cultural courses that provide students with the necessary additional skills to enter the business world. During this time, students also work on their independent degree projects. They will present their personal projects before an examination committee composed entirely of business practitioners. They will be required to demonstrate that they control every aspect of an interior design project: intellectual analysis (students must demonstrate in their paper that they can explain information in an organised and detailed manner), creativity (original design), project development skills (set of drawings making up a spatial design), technical skills (presence of details on how to transform a design into reality), communication skills (ability to present a project orally and graphically)
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