- 1 Masters
- Private Institution Type
Mod’Art International offers various programs fully taught in English from 1st to 5th year with 35% of foreigners students. The school is signatory of Erasmus + Chart. Students can take part in our International Exchange Program and study-abroad semesters. They can choose among 30 partner schools of Mod’Art.
The Master program comprises a part-time training. The office dedicated to relations with businesses organizes on campus recruitment days dedicated to companies and speed meetings with more than 700 business partners, in order to help find an internship and professionalisation contract and to enter in the professional world.
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This Fashion school has workshops, materials, computer rooms with Mac computer and an auditorium with 150 places which comply with education requirements and French know-how.
Located in modern and vast premises bathed of lights close to the Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty, Mod’Art International welcomes students of different nationalities in an exceptional working environment. This Fashion school has workshops, materials, computer rooms with Mac computer and an auditorium with 150 places which comply with education requirements and French know-how.
Degrees in Fashion Design and in Fashion Management are delivered under the authority of Mod’art International and registered in the RNCP level I and II. University degrees in “Fashion, Luxury and Art de Vivre” are delivered by the University of Perpignan.
It was a lovely experience studying how to manage the business of luxury in the heart Paris, this added a certain charm to the whole course and made the experience all the more interesting. However, I was slightly disappointed by the course content through out the year. For a masters course it lacked a certain rigour, thoroughness and fluidity in all aspects. Even though...