Under the supervision of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University. In partnership with the French Federation of women’s ready-to wear.
The vocational Bachelor’s in fashion design is a one-year programme, level II, which aims to train students directly for the workplace in the relevant specialised sectors of fashion design, forecasting and contemporary creation: fashion ready-to-wear or couture, textile design or craft, the fashion image or events.
The course begins with a period of creative research centred on a personal project and a dissertation. After that, students work on the conception of a collection and the development of a range of products, taking into account all that is necessary for their production, the finishing touches and media promotion.
Throughout the development of their project, students acquire skills in design and production enabling them to create a collection. Within the constraints of the workplace, they can strengthen their creative profile, manage a project and add to their work experience through long-term internships (for 12 to 16 weeks).
Access to the workforce
The Bachelor’s degree in fashion trains students for these careers:
- designer, designer-dressmaker, computer graphics design specialist, design consultant, textile designer, fabric designer, marketing stylist, photo stylist, multimedia stylist;
- accessories designer, colour designer, materials designer, multi-sensory designer, sales space designer;
- technician and head of production, trend researcher, collection assistant, editorial assistant.
The professional contexts include: design agencies, style offices and agencies, companies or self-employment, creation offices, central purchasing agencies, mail order sales, haute couture, prêt-à-porter, designer-creators.
Place of training
Duperré School and Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University, Champs-sur-Marne.