ESADSE (grouped together with the Cité du design since 2010 within a Public Institution for Cultural Cooperation) is at the centre of an ambitious territorial development, research and innovation project that combines the artistic, cultural and economic fields.
ESADSE covers both the artistic aims and the higher education dimension, though a training and research offering that is structured around two axes: Art and Design. The course is a five-year course that leads to two national diplomas: the DNAP (three years after the baccalaureate) and the DNSEP with the grade of Master (five years after the baccalaureate). Each year, between 300 and 350 students study at ESADSE.
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