FLE (French as a Foreign Language) + Art & Design
Autograf offers two programs that are suited to international students who wish to come study Applied Arts and Design in France but who do not have the proficiency level in French required (TCF/DELF B2) to apply to a Bachelor's or a Master's Degree.
These French as a Foreign Language classes aim at developing the student's knowledge in French and French artistic culture, all the while studying design and applied arts à la française.
Autograf has two FLE programs:
This program is a 1-year or 6-month course. It is destined for students who have never studied art before and/or have limited proficiency in French (A1-A2). The syllabus includes general French as a Foreign Language classes where most educational resources and terminology revolve around the arts but it also includes cultural outings, initiation technical courses, and initiation to the French artistic culture (drawing, plastic arts, creative design, computer graphics, etc.)
You will receive a training certificate at the end of the course.
This one-year program is aimed at students wishing to perfect their French skills in order to join our state-certified Master’s Degree programs and wanting to improve their artistic practice while learning French.
With the intensive French courses, students will participate in the "design workshop" weeks of the Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic & Digital Design, in Interior Design, or in Video Game Design, depending on the Master’s Degree that they wish for the following year.
This programme allows students to obtain a training certificate of French courses and an RNCP (National Repertory of Professional Certification) qualification validating a Bachelor’s Degree.