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Bachelor’s Degree in Global Sustainable Design

The Bachelor’s Degree in Global Sustainable Design aims for efficiency and coherence all the while adopting a cross-cutting approach to design that encompasses the brand, the product, its design, its packaging, its graphic and digital communication, its production site and point of sale.
Adopting a responsible stance means opting for a design that is economically and environmentally sustainable, responsible, reasonable, useful, efficient and responsive.
Marketing yourself as a Global Sustainable Designer to potential companies will provide genuine value added to your profile. Companies are more and more bound to abide by a significant number of environmental standards. They have a marketing vested interest in being labelled as a responsible, proactive and innovative company in terms of sustainable development. This stance will enhance their brand image to the eyes of the public.

Possible status: You can apply to this Bachelor's Degree as an undergraduate student, as part of your continuous education or with a work-study program (apprenticeships or vocational training schemes).

Duration of the course: Three years.

Career Prospects: This program will enable you to work as a Responsible Global Designer, a Sustainable Designer, an Eco-Designer, a Services Designer, a Sustainable Project Manager, a CSR Coordinator, a CSR Expert, a CSR Manager, a Sustainable Development Global Design Officer, a Sustainable Development Design Manager, a Local Developement Project Manager or a Sustainable Development Project Manager.
The Eco-Designer has numerous career prospects : Creative Director, Communications Director, Art Director, UX Designer, Head of a Communications Agency, Head of a Design Agency.

Further Education:
Master’s Degree of Art Director in Graphic Design - certified as a level 7 training course by the French National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP) and recognised as a Master's Degree by the FEDE (Federation for EDucation in Europe) and IDELart-culture.
Master’s Degree of Interior Design Architect - specialisation in Scenography or Interior Architecture - certified as a level 6 training course by the French National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP) and recognised as a Master's Degree by the FEDE (Federation for EDucation in Europe) and IDELart-culture.


The first year of the Bachelor's Degree will allow you to discover the world of design. You will learn the basics of all forms of drawing, familiarize yourself with graphic, digital, and 3D design softwares. Last but not least, this first year will help you become acquainted with the different approaches to creativity in the graphic & digital design sectors.

The second and third years of the program are centered around vocational learning modules on the one hand and artistic and academic modules on the other. They include conceptual and semantic teachings in relation to Global Sustainable Design.
These two years are made up of four semesters with a core module and a set of personal development courses for each semester to enhance your academic journey.

In second year, the program will allow you to pick a certain number of subjects to enhance your academic journey. For instance, you will be able to pick a subject from a different specialisation, such as interior design, video game design or graphic & digital design.

As an undergraduate student, you will have to complete an internship for a minimum of 20 weeks during the three years of your Bachelor's degree. A 4-week long internship is required at the end of the first year and 16 other weeks will have to be completed during the second and third years of the degree.

These internships are mandatory and will give you the opportunity to get some first-hand work experience. They will facilitate your integration into working life and make it much easier for you to join multidisciplinary teams and work for a graphic design studio, an architecture agency, or for a design, communications or creative agency.

Bachelor’s Degree in Global Sustainable Design / First Year 60
Art History
Sketch & Illustration
Plastic Arts
Perspective Drawing
Graphic Design
Achitecture Studio
CGI Computer Graphics
Computer Graphics, specialisation in Digital Design
Digital and Graphic Design Workshop
Plastic Arts Workshop
Interior Design Workshop
Global Sustainable Design Workshop
Bachelor’s Degree in Global Sustainable Design / Second Year 60
Core Module First Semester
Designing New Consumption Patterns
Workshop: Consumption
Workshop: Waste
Design History
History of Eco-Responsibility
Theory of Eco-Responsibility
Societal Analysis and Potential Solutions
Semiotics: Media Analysis - Case Studies
Digital Tools
Communications Strategy
Visualisation Tools
Design thinking
Core Module Second Semester
The City of Tomorrow (energy, resources & uses)
Workshop: Energy and Resources
Workshop: Metropolitan Life
Theory of Eco-Responsibility
Today's Society: a State of Play
Digital Tools
Instagram, Diagrams
Visualisation Tools
UX Design
Personal Development Optional Modules
Housing and New Lifestyles 10
Workshop: Housing and Services
Workshop: Societal Issues and Perception of Space
History of Visualisation
Societal Analysis and Potential Solutions
Urban Mobility: Emerging Issues 10
Workshop: Mobility
Digital Design and NICT History
Media Analysis - Case Studies
Digital Tools
The Basic Components of Design 10
Plastic Arts
Project Visualisation
Print & Digital Design and Production Technologies
Shadow and Light: Bringing Poetry to Space 10
Plastic Arts
Visual Arts
General Knowledge
Project Visualisation
Materials and Tangible Space 10
Materials and Space Workshop
Plastic Arts
Project Visualisation
Japan-Oriented 10
Osaka/Paris Workshop
Japanese Character Design
Japanese Manga and Anatomy Drawing
Japanese Culture
Bachelor’s Degree in Global Sustainable Design / Third Year 60
Core Module First Semester
A Cross-cutting Approach to Design
Multi-Sensory and Connected Signs
Methodology and Terminology
Responsible Global Design Culture
Eco-Design and Creativity
Digital Tools
Core Module Second Semester
Sensors and Autopsy
A Sustainable Luxury Sector
End-of-year Project Design and Monitoring
Production, Manufacturing, Budget
Digital Tools
Personal Development Modules First Semester
Responsible Global Design
Culture: History of Eco-Responsability
Culture: Theory of Eco-Responsability
Visualisation Tools: Design Thinking
Societal Issues and Perception of Space
UX design
Personal Development Modules Second Semester
Design and Sharing Economy
Workshop: Zero Waste Design Competition
Collaborative Digital Tools
Design and Project Monitoring
Connected Sharing Services

How to apply

There is a specific admissions procedure to follow to apply to the Bachelor’s Degree in Global Sustainable Design. The International Office is here to support you throughout the application process and remains at your disposal for any request you might have.

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Recognised as a Bachelor's Degree by the FEDE (Federation for EDucation in Europe) and IDELart-culture.

An INGO, the FEDE is holding the participatory status with the Council of Europe. It is a European network of higher education and vocational education institutions that share a common project of high standards, quality and ambition. The FEDE network aims at improving the comprehensibility of the diplomas issued by the schools and fosters student mobility and student exchanges between schools.

Graduation is subjected to the completion and validation of 180 ECTS credits (60 credits per year).

Students enrolled in the Bachelor's Degree are eligible to apply to bilateral student exchange programs.


Rémi Fall
Rémi FallBachelor’s Degree in Global Sustainable Design

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Ignazio MottolaGovernment-certified Architect, Digital and Responsible Global Designer

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Throughout the various workshops, lecturers and professionnals share their philosophical, sociological, economic and technical perspectives so that the students can develop a critical view on their own projects, their civic duty as a designer, the relevance and sustainability of their solutions, drawing attention to the usages, the materials required, the media and printing techniques used.

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