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There is an array of options for courses in France. Whether you are a professional staying updated on technologies or methodologies, seeking a career change, or just starting out in your career, there are courses in France that will help you meet your goals. Students from all over the world choose courses in France not only for the excellent quality of education, but also for the culture, art, music, food, and exciting nightlife.

Some examples of courses in France include several in the business field such as strategic management, project management, entrepreneurship, and general management. There are also choices for students interested in such topics as fashion, energy, and tourism, among many others. For flexibility in scheduling, students can choose part-time, full-time, and online courses in France.

You can learn more about your options for courses in France by browsing the programs below or narrowing your search using the search boxes above. You may find the program that will help you reach your personal and professional goals!

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Management Development Programme

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF)
Campus Full time 2 weeks

The Management Development Programme (MDP) is a fast paced intensive programme dedicated to the latest techniques and trends in the core areas of management and finance. [+]

Course Studies in France 2017. Management Development Programme The Management Development Programme (MDP) is a fast paced intensive programme dedicated to the latest techniques and trends in the core areas of management and finance. It has been developed taking into consideration the new challenges faced in the corporate world, along with the continuous evolution of new media and the fast pace of business. It is a professional development programme aiming to enhance your career opportunities and to develop your skills in order to appeal to major employers. The MDP has been developed for executives who are early on in their careers, with the potential and aspiration to take on management responsibilities within their chosen field. It is an intense course, which is delivered in the style of an MBA, with case study analysis, individual and group presentations all being used as key learning tools. The modules within the programme are structured to offer you a good understanding of the newest, and most relevant techniques and approaches in management, marketing, and finance. A combination of these topics will offer you the tools to tackle a wide range of challenges in the world of business. Course Requirements Undergraduate degree or equivalent in any field OR relevant professional qualification English levels 5.5 IELTS (5.5 in all bands) or equivalent Students who fail to meet academic requirements can be assessed on their relevant work experience (5 years professional work experience minimum for mature study route) [-]

Intensive French language courses: DUEF

University Of Avignon
Campus Full time 1 - 2 semesters January 2017 France Avignon

Any person who has completed secondary school studies and who wishes to learn French or improve his/her knowledge. [+]

Target audience : Any person who has completed secondary school studies and who wishes to learn French or improve his/her knowledge. This French course can provide access to student status and card. Levels : From beginner (A1) to advanced (C1). Level A1 only during the 1st semester, level C1 only during the 2nd semester, on condition a minimum number of students are enrolled. On the first day, students take a written placement test. They are placed into groups corresponding to their language level. There are 15 students per group on average (10 to 20 depending on level). Pedagogical approach : Pedagogical objectives are defined according to the Common European Language Framework (CELF). You can refer to the CELF global scale to know more about CELF levels. Use of a textbook and workbook (provided by the Language Centre). Communicative activities using a wide range of media (audio, video, press...). Study of the language connected with active discovery of the city of Avignon and the region of Provence (meetings, interviews, treasure hunts ...). Study of the language based on individual or group projects. Language laboratory work and/or multimedia lessons. Contents : Each language course unit is built around a dominant skill : speaking, writing, reading, listening. In addition, the following course units are offered: phonetics (A1 to B1 levels): 1.30 hour per week; French culture and society: from 1.30 hour to 3 hours per week; creative writing: (for B1 or B2 levels only): 3 hours per week; history or literature (for C1 level only, during the second semester): 3 hours per week. Additional activities : Optional workshops can be offered (cinema, theatre, poetry, song ...). It is possible for students to enrol in sports or cultural activities offered at the university. Advanced students may also attend lectures at the university (e.g. history, literature, law ...) as “auditeurs libres” (subject to availability). "Auditeurs libres" attend lectures but cannot take examinations and do not receive grades. Student association Echanges, whose goal is to facilitate the integration of international students and to get local and international students to mix, offers a wide range of activities throughout the academic year (excursions, cultural events, parties etc.). Certificates and examinations : Students are assessed regularly. A transcript of records is provided at the end of the semester. They can obtain a University Diploma in French Studies (DUEF), which is worth 30 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System). Our Language Centre is a member of ADCUEFE (Association of French Language Centres in French universities). The University Diploma in French Studies is recognized by all ADCUEFE members. Fees for 2016-17 : 1 semester : € 1350, including € 600 for pre-registration. 2 semesters: € 2570, including € 900 for pre-registration. For enrolment, a cheque of € 600 for one semester or € 900 for two semesters must be sent to the Language Centre (SdL) together with the application form. The amount can be paid by international banking transfer, too. Session 1: September 12, 2016 to December 16, 2016 (1 * Welcome Week of September 5 to 9 September 2016, a placement test * Thursday, September 8, 2016 and 3 day holiday from October 26 to October 28, 2016). Session 2: January 23, 2017 May 12, 2017 (1 * host week of January 16 to 20 January 2017 a placement test * Thursday, 19 January 2017 and 2 weeks vacation from February 20 to 24 February 2017 and April 10 to April 14, 2017). [-]

From Professional Photography to the Gallery

Spéos Paris-London Photographic Institute
Campus Full time 24 weeks January 2017 France Paris

The 24-week Program is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in photography, with a particular emphasis on photos destined for art galleries. [+]

Course Studies in France 2017. The 24-week Program is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in photography, with a particular emphasis on photos destined for art galleries. The first part of this program allows students to obtain credits for the Titre de Photographe RNCP level 1 or the European Master. Part I / January to May: The first part (January to May), comprises — as all intensive programs at Speos — the core courses, which cover all aspects of professional photography: photojournalism, studio photography, computer imaging and printing techniques, visual identity, as well as the history of photography. Part II / June to July: Then, during two months, the program focuses on ancient procedures (Daguerrotype and Collodion) as well as the conception and finalization of framed prints that are to be presented in art galleries (specialization modules). Participants also attend the opening week of the Rencontres d’Arles, while continuing their their personal work within the studio. Courses - Commercial Studio - Photojournalism and Documentary - Visual Identity - Computer Imaging - Image Management and Publication - Printing Techniques - History of Photography / Museum and Gallery Visits - Essentials of Photography - Specialization Module Post-Production - Specialization Module Printing and Framing [-]

Summer Session 2017

EIML Paris Ecole Internationale de Marketing du Luxe
Campus Full time 1 - 4 weeks June 2017 France Paris

EIML Paris offers the opportunity to international students to acquire the fundamentals and realize that Luxury is above all a unique art of know-how, products and services of which require a deep sense of quality. Thanks to our high quality training classes, your skills and competencies in the understanding of the specific codes and language of the Luxury industry will blossom. [+]

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION: Courses are taught in English Luxury Means Creation and Excellence. In all its dedicated fields - jewelry, watch making, fashion, perfumes, beauty products, hospitality and services Luxury is linked to perfection. Define Luxury is subjective; it is generally considered as luxurious all that is elegant, sophisticated and expensive. The spectrum of luxury brands ranges from world-famous brands to more confidential handcraft “Houses”. Thus, consumers of luxury products and services are concerned by both quality and standards of processing. EIML Paris EIML Paris offers a five-year higher education program from Bachelor to Master’s level specialized in Luxury Marketing. Created in collaboration with the major economic players in the luxury sector, the program provided at EIML Paris trains managers to be and is particularly suited to those seeking a career with high responsibilities in various sectors: - Purchasing: Raw material Buyer, Merchandiser Products Manager, Retail Operator, etc. - Marketing: Product Manager, Marketing Survey Consultant, E-marketing Projects Manager, Category Manager, etc. - Communication: Press and Media Officer, Event Communication Manager, Public Relations Officer, Media planner, etc. REQUIREMENTS - Candidates’ profiles can be very diverse. The most important is to care for aesthetics, perfection, be creative,have a taste for communication, possess analytical skills for patterns and trends, and be sensitive to the arts and letters. - Candidates have to show 2 years of successful higher education or having earned a Bachelor degree or an equivalent. - For non-native speakers, English proficiency proof document is needed (English tests or a recommendation letter from your current school). CERTIFICATION - A Certificate is given upon completion of all assignments such as multiple-choice questionnaire, group work,case studies. - Active class participation and company visits are mandatory. - Students can earn 2 to 8 ECTS (European credits) for the courses taken during the Summer Session. SUMMER SESSION PROGRAM 2017 FASHION AND FASHION DESIGN INDUSTRY FROM JUNE 13th TO JUNE 17th - Fashion Market in France and Europe - Fashion and French Designers - Brand Management in Fashion and Accessories - Create your moodboard and collection - Haute Couture and Made in France know-how - French Dress Code - Merchandising - Company visits / conferences and cultural visits - Visit of Versailles Castle - Store tour in Faubourg Saint Honoré FRAGRANCE AND COSMETIC INDUSTRY FROM JUNE 20nd TO JUNE 24th - Cosmetic and Perfume Market in France and Europe - History of iconic French Perfume - Brand Management in Cosmetics and Perfume - Create your own Eau de Cologne - Consumer Behaviour and Trends - French ceremonial of Sales - Distribution in Europe and Travel Retail - Company visits / conferences and cultural visits - Merchandising tour in different perfume stores JEWELRY AND WATCHES INDUSTRY FROM JUNE 27th TO JULY 1st - Jewelry and Timepieces Market in France and Europe - History of Jewelry and Timepieces - Brand Management in Jewlery and Timepieces - Jewlery Design and Mockup - Gemology - French Etiquette and ritual - Company visits / conferences and cultural visits - Jewelry tour in Place Vendôme LUXURY HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT FROM JULY 4th TO JULY 8th - Luxury Hospitality Market in France and Europe - Focus on French Designers and Interior Design - Hospitality Brand Management - Chef Business Models and History of French Haute Gastronomie - Concierge Services - Tableware workshop - Company visits / conferences and cultural visits - Visits of 5 star hotels and palaces - Wine Tasting FEES - Administration fees: 30 € non refundable - Tuition fees for one summer module: 750 € - Fees decrease when applying for more than one module - 2 summer modules: 1350 € - 3 summer modules: 1750 € - The entire program: 2000 € [-]

French Language Course 8 Weeks

Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne
Campus Full time 8 weeks France Paris

French Language Course 8 Weeks [+]

Course Studies in France 2017. Complete courses Session: Summer 2017 Weekly volume: 20 hours per week Education offered: practical courses of French language phonetics with laboratory work civilization lectures Registration in Paris: untill June 28, 2017 Date of courses: from July 3rd, 2017 to August 29, 2017 Visa: visa (outside EU and more than 90 days) Online registration: yes Presentation From Monday to Friday, this formula offers: language classes that allow students to progress in learning French (grammar, verb conjugation, spelling, vocabulary, approach to literary texts, written and spoken expression), phonetics classes that allow students to improve their pronunciation and also their comprehension and expression skills, weekly lectures on various aspects of French civilisation. http://www.ccfs-sorbonne.fr/-E040-Cours-de-langue-et,488-.html This formula of course is available for the following level(s): A1 Beginner A2 Elementary B1 Intermediate B2 Advanced C1 Superior Intensive courses Session: F070 summer session 2017 Weekly volume: 25 hours per week Education offered: practical courses of French language phonetics with laboratory work Registration in Paris: from September 22, 2016 to October 3, 2016 Date of courses: from October 11, 2016 to January 26, 2017 Visa: visa (outside EU and more than 90 days) Online registration: yes Presentation From Monday to Friday, this formula offers: intensive language classes that allow students to progress in learning French (grammar, verb conjugation, spelling, vocabulary, approach to literary texts, written and spoken expression), phonetics classes that allow students to improve their pronunciation and also their comprehension and expression skills. http://www.ccfs-sorbonne.fr/-E070-Cours-intensifs-de-langue,550-.html This formula of course is available for the following level(s): A1 Beginner A2 Elementary B1 Intermediate B2 Advanced [-]

One Year Filmmaking Program

EICAR
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

The One year Filmmaking program is an introduction to the essentials of filmmaking. Students are introduced to the fundamentals – directing, production, cinematography, screenwriting or editing – of the art and craft of film production in a predominately hands-on-film curriculum with complimentary theoretical and film culture classes. In addition to the workshops and one-on-one tutoring, One year... [+]

One Year Filmmaking Program The One year Filmmaking program is an introduction to the essentials of filmmaking Students are introduced to the fundamentals – directing, production, cinematography, screenwriting or editing – of the art and craft of film production in a predominately hands-on-film curriculum with complimentary theoretical and film culture classes. In addition to the workshops and one-on-one tutoring, One year filmmaking program students can choose up to 60 credits of courses from the EICAR English language BFA film curriculum. The program also includes 4 months of “on the set” student film production where One year program students have the opportunity to work in the various posts of cinema production along with students from the Bachelor and Master programs. The program serves as a powerful springboard for students looking to begin their film education. English language Hands-On-Film program in the cinema capital of the world Complete “learning by doing” curriculum in the fundamentals of filmmaking Extensive one-on-one tutoring with film professionals Faculty and tutors – A-list film professionals Screenings, workshops & seminars in partnership with La Cinémathèque Française (French National Film Museum) This is a non-degree program, however, students who successfully complete the program have the opportunity to enter the EICAR Bachelor program (or Master program if they qualify) with 60 credits [-]

Experiential Learning in Culinary Sciences

Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais
Campus Full time 10 weeks May 2017 France Beauvais

A unique approach, combining culinary arts, health sciences and professional practice program. [+]

Course Studies in France 2017. Experiential Learning in Culinary Sciences A unique approach, combining culinary arts, health sciences and professional practice program. WEEK 1: The 1-week language course is recommended for all participants. It is mandatory for the 6-week internship. Previous completion of French 101 or equivalent is encouraged. WEEK 2 & 3: Cooking for Health. These weeks are a package and may not be taken individually WEEK 4: The Ducasse Gastronomic Approach INTERNSHIP: At the end of the full 4-week package, we offer the opportunity to do a 6-week internship in a French restaurant selected by our school. Students who wish to register for the 6-week internship must complete the 4 weeks of experiential learning. DATES Week 1 French: May 18 - 22, 2015 Week 2-3 Cooking for Health: May 25 - June 5, 2015 (may not be taken separately) Week 4 The Ducasse Gastronomic Approach: June 8 - 12, 2015 Restaurant Internship: June 15 - July 24, 2015 Intensive interdisciplinary program Per week = 2 ECTS credits ≈ 1 US credit Certifi cate delivered by LaSalle Beauvais and Ducasse Education for the workshop « The Ducasse Education Gastronomic Approach » Credits earned from LaSalle Beauvais for the workshop « Cooking for Health ». [-]

INTERNATIONAL WINTER SCHOOL : IOT

EPITECH
Campus Full time 2 weeks February 2017 France Paris

From January 23 to February 3, 2017 Week 1: Embedded programming and prototyping Week 2: Project Ideation and Bootstrap [+]

International Winter school: IOT From January 23rd to February 3rd, 2017 WEEK 1: Embedded programming and prototyping January 23rd to 29th, 2017 2 days of embedded programming courses and 2 days of lab work on how to prototype basic projects. Students will interact with IOT prototyping devices, 3D printing and learn how to use different components for their projects (motion sensors, camera, wifi, Bluetooth, NFC, etc…). 1 day of Ideation / off campus activity WEEK 2: Project Ideation and Bootstrap January 30th to February 3rd, 2017 With the help of the Epitech Innovation Hub, IOT professionals and Epitech instructors, students will have to challenge themselves and make a working prototype of the connected object of their choice! Previous year projects include autonomous plant watering systems, an automatic barman, an automatic remote controlled car, and many more ! Several cultural activities and company visits will be included in the program. Below are some examples: - French language and culture - Visit of Eiffel Tower - Visit of Palace of Versailles - Visit to start-ups and accelerators - Disneyland This list is tentative. The final list of activities will be communicated to the students upon their arrival. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Two years of higher education in IT/computer science or 3 years of higher education in other technical fields. APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 30, 2016 PROGRAM FEE: 1 400€ Program fees include tuition fees, extra-curricular activities, accommodation, lunches and metro pass. [-]

GDip in Politics and International Relations

University of Kent, School of Politics and International Relations
Campus Full time 1 year

The School of Politics and International Relations is one of the most dynamic places to study Politics and International Relations. We combine high-quality teaching with cutting-edge research in a supportive environment [+]

Course Studies in France 2017. The School of Politics and International Relations is one of the most dynamic places to study Politics and International Relations. We combine high-quality teaching with cutting-edge research in a supportive environment that welcomes students from all over the world. All lectures and seminars on postgraduate modules are informed by the latest research and scholarship, and are delivered by full-time academic staff who have internationally recognised expertise in their field. The School has grown significantly in the last few years and now has over 30 academic staff based at two locations, in Canterbury and Brussels. The School is cosmopolitan, with staff originating from eight different countries, and well over half of all postgraduate students come from outside the UK. We pride ourselves on our global outlook, which is reflected in the wide range of international partnerships. We are the only politics and international relations school in the country with a postgraduate centre in Brussels, which allows students on some of our programmes to follow part, or their entire, programme in Brussels. Agreements with partner institutions in France, Germany, Poland and Russia enable us to offer Double Award versions of the MAs in European and Global Governance, International Relations and Peace and Conflict Studies, leading to the award of two Master’s degrees. [-]

Course - Gap Year Global Skills Program

Winterline Global Skills
Campus Full time 9 months

Each week, a new place. In 9 months, across 10 countries in 3 continents, you'll travel from the urban jungle to the wilderness, from mountains to the open ocean, from rich industrial environments to impoverished villages in developing nations. It will be the busiest, most challenging, constructive, fun and exhilarating year of your life. [+]

This is not your typical gap year. In 9 months, across 10 countries in 3 continents, you'll travel from the urban jungle to the wilderness, from mountains to the open ocean, from rich industrial environments to impoverished villages in developing nations. You will learn how to build a house, cook a meal, manage your finances, sail a boat, speak in public, serve a customer, negotiate a deal, and drive a car safely. You will learn how to help save a person's life when far removed from medical help. You will develop skills in negotiation, critical thinking and problem-solving, and in team-building and leadership. You will learn how governance works, and will put it into practice on a day-to-day basis. You will be taught how to operate power tools and heavy machinery such as forklifts and tractors. It will be the busiest, most challenging, constructive, fun and exhilarating year of your life. LET THE ADVENTURE BEGIN Orientation and Wilderness Experience: September Estes Park, Colorado and Wilderness Areas ... [-]

CIDEF: French language courses

West Catholic University - Université Catholique de l’Ouest
Campus Full time July 2017 France Angers

Learn French in Angers, in the heart of the Loire Valley! With the label qualité FLE, CIDEF courses welcome more than 1500 students and teachers per year. They come from everywhere in the world (about 60 nationalities represented) and study on a campus situated in the town center of Angers, 10 min from the train station. [+]

Course Studies in France 2017. Learn French in Angers, in the heart of the Loire Valley Long stay / intensive training / tailor-made programs Created in 1947, CIDEF is the center of French as a foreign language at the Catholic University of the West (l’Université Catholique de l’Ouest), in Angers, France. With the label qualité FLE, CIDEF courses welcome more than 1500 students and teachers per year. They come from everywhere in the world (about 60 nationalities represented) and study on a campus situated in the town center of Angers, 10 min from the train station. CIDEF is part of the Faculty of the Humanities. Our pedagogy - French Language and culture classes - Levels : A1 to C2 (beginners to advanced levels) - Communicative and action-oriented approach - Empowerment of the student. Our values - Personalized assistance and tutoring - Attention to requirements and needs of the student - Reactivity - Respect for the person. Course offerings - long stay programs 15-week programs / 18 to 21 class hours per week Placement test to determine the groups according to the levels (A1 to C2) Tuition Fees [2015-2016] - One semester: 2 760€ - One trimester (from September 29 to December 19): 2 660€ - One week: 235€ Buy your books at Cidef. For long stay programs your books will cost between 40 and 100 euros. DISCOUNTS Discounts are granted to students who have attended the preceeding session in its entirety. Dates - Fall semester: from September 29th 2015 to January 30th 2016 - Spring semester: from February 2nd to June 6th 2016 Diplomas and certification (long stays) - University diploma of French language and francophone culture (DU) - Preparation for the exams of DELF/DALF, TCF TP and Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Center approved by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Diploma of Business French / Tourism and Hotel Industry) - Center approved by the CIEP for the exams of TCF TP and TCF ANF Course offerings intensive programs - From 1 to 4 weeks of intensive French. - An average of 20 students per class (except for oral activities when the groups are divided in two). - French language and culture class (80h in July and August / 90h in September and 60h in January) - Placement test to select the correct group according to the level of the student. - Constant attention, organization of visits, activities and cultural excursions by trained and experienced assistant teachers. - Different formulas of room and board. Tuition fees [2015-2016] - July: 1 275€ - August: 1 275€ - September: 1 428€ - Per week in July and August: 335€ - Per week in September: 360€ - January: 955€ Sessions - July - August - September - January Discounts Discounts are applied to students having attended the preceeding session in its entirety. A la Carte or Integrated programs A la Carte program - Who: self-composed group of 15 students minimum. - Levels: all levels from A1 to C2. - When: all year long. - Program: language, conversation, grammar, history of art, French culture, etc. A diversified program with cultural visits of Angers and the region. - Day trips to prestigious French historical sites (Mont-St Michel / St Malo, Loire Castles, Normandy and D-day beaches, etc.). - Housing: in individual bedroom with families chosen by our Housing Office or in student residences. - Meals: several formulas available (full pension, half pension or other). Integrated programs (classes with the regular students of CIDEF) - Who: self-composed group – No minimum number of students. - Levels: all levels from A1 to C2. - When: all year long except in June. - Program: language, conversation, grammar, history of art, French culture, etc. A diversified program with cultural visits of Angers and the region. - Day trips to prestigious French historical sites (Mont-St Michel / St Malo, Loire Castles, Normandy and D-day beaches, etc.). - Housing: in individual bedroom with families chosen by our Housing Office or in student residences. - Meals: several formulas available (full pension, half pension or other). Teachers’ training sessions A la carte programs for your group: language, cultural and pedagogical training - All year long - Duration adapted to the requirements of the trainees - A la carte pedagogical training, adapted to all publics - Minimum 15 trainees in your self-composed group July Teachers training session: language, cultural and pedagogical training - Modular training sessions from 1 to 4 weeks - 15h of class per week - Program available on the CIDEF web site - Minimum 15 trainees Housing You can stay: - In a student residence (foyer), with half pension or full pension - In a homestay (with or without meals) Aumônerie A place to meet and converse in the heart of the campus, the aumônerie (equivalent to a Newman Center) organizes celebrations, dinner-debates, etc. Health & accessibility The UCO campus is equipped with an infirmary, counseling services and services for students with disabilities. The campus is accessible to students with disabilities. Clubs and associations At UCO, the campus life is a great asset! Parties, cinema and debates, sports (50 different sports available), music, theater, intercultural evenings, humanitarian projects, etc. Plenty of opportunities to get involved, be immersed in the French culture, and have fun. Meals On the UCO campus, a cafeteria is at your disposal. During the academic year, you also have access to the university restaurant (lunch and dinner, about 4,00€ per meal) that is situated in the town center. [-]

FOUNDATION YEAR

LISAA Paris
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

The Introductory Course in Applied Arts (MANAA) takes place over one year. It allows each student to forge solid artistic bases that will be essential throughout their career as a designer. [+]

The Introductory Course in Applied Arts (MANAA) takes place over one year. It allows each student to forge solid artistic bases that will be essential throughout their career as a designer. THREE TEACHING AIMS To reveal the creativity of each student through the learning of fundamental techniques: drawing, colour, composition, volume, perspective and graphic design. To raise students’ awareness of artistic culture in order to bring them the curiosity and open-mindedness required for a qualitative and enduring education. To allow the student to find their place amongst the different design professions and therefore prepare and choose, in complete confidence, which specialisation to follow. PREPARATION FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION FINE ART AND DESIGN SCHOOLS Upon completion of the Introductory Course in Applied Arts, each student will have acquired the necessary skills to apply for the competitive exams for national higher education schools (decorative arts, design…). CONTINUING TO DEGREE COURSES AT LISAA This is a key year for choosing a profession, continuing to degree courses at LISAA in graphic design, interior architecture & design, fashion, animation & video games, or to prepare for competitive exams for higher education fine art schools. Advantages of the Course A large network of alumni Links between different disciplines in order for the students to understand the complementary nature of skillsets Entry Requirements & Application Admission to LISAA Paris is dependent on presentation of a portfolio of personal work and an oral interview. The student’s technical and artistic capability in addition, above all, to their motivation and suitability will be evaluated with regards the specifics of disciplines in the design sector. [-]

Postgraduates / Executive Summer Program - Energy Management Track

Grenoble Ecole de Management
Campus Part time 10 days July 2017 France Grenoble

The objective of this Energy Management course is to present the major contemporary energy challenges and to analyze the innovative answers proposed by private actors and public regulators to face these challenges. [+]

Postgraduates / Executive Summer Program - Energy Management Track

 

The objective of this course is to present the major contemporary energy challenges and to analyze the innovative answers proposed by private actors and public regulators to face these challenges.

 

In fact new products, new services and new actors are emerging and changing the shape of competition in many energy markets, changing the business models of energy companies now competing for energy efficient solutions. The energy policy is also playing a crucial role using regulation and market design to orient and organize competition in energy markets. This course provides an analysis of these evolutions using various examples and cases of business innovations and incentive regulations. It discusses and explores what future trends might be in the light of all these changes.... [-]


Hautes Études du Goût de la Gastronomie et des Arts de la Table

Le Cordon Bleu Paris
Campus Full time 2 weeks October 2017 France Paris

The world of gastronomy and the art of fine dining is facing major changes. Consumers are more open-minded, more curious and more demanding about quality, service and information. [+]

Hautes Études du Goût de la Gastronomie et des Arts de la Table ARE YOU READY FOR A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE? The world of gastronomy and the art of fine dining is facing major changes. Consumers are more open-minded, more curious and more demanding about quality, service and information; at the same time, professionals are faced with rapidly evolving careers and have to choose between progressing in their own specialty or changing direction. Hautes Études du Goût provide a unique, multi-disciplinary program which aims at putting forward all the scientific, cultural, sociological and economic aspects of taste, gastronomy and the art of fine dining. After successful completion of the study program, students will be awarded the D.U.G.G.A.T (Diplôme Universitaire du Goût, de la Gastronomie et des Arts de la Table), an official diploma delivered by the Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne. For students within the European Union, 60 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) are associated with the D.U.G.G.A.T. 60 ECTS credits represent a full-time academic year of formal learning in the European system. Classes are given in French and translated into English simultaneously. In addition, students will receive a certificate from Le Cordon Bleu. Articulation between the Hautes Etudes du Goût program and Le Cordon Bleu Master of Gastronomic Tourism: Any Hautes Etudes du Goût/DUGGAT graduate who wishes to further explore their passion for food and wine and enrol in the Master of Gastronomic Tourism program will receive recognition for ONE (1) elective unit of the MGT. 2016 SESSION Ask now for your application form for our 2016 course (2 weeks in October)! COURSE PROGRAM Restaurant criticism: the delicate act of judging in the sensitive field of taste Fortunato da Camara, food critic for Publico newspaper (Portugal) and culinary books author. HEG 2011 Graduate. Culture and Food: a comparative approach to food in 5 European countries and in the United States Estelle Masson is a lecturer in social psychology at the Université de Bretagne occidentale. Socio-anthropology of food - food and ethics Socio-anthropology of food - food and ethics. Presented by Vincent Moriniaux, Lecturer at the University Paris-Sorbonne Wine and magical thinking Frédéric Brochet, Wine company manager, winemaker Having redrawn the expansion of the vine and the wine, which is based on economic and civilizational elements, the course will focus on the creation of territories and "terroir" of the wine. Protected Designation of Origin (AOC in French) answer a real project of society. Medieval gastronomy Bruno Laurioux, Professor in medieval history at the University of Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines Bread revival in France today Jean-Philippe de Tonnac, journalist, essayist, and Christophe Zunic, master baker Sensorial communication and marketing Caroline Dusautoir, Lecturer at Reims Management School Marketers facing a dilemma The sensorial approach brings new hope Emotions, rediscovering a raw and primitive language Olfaction, readapting a sense The psychology of taste: the influence of education on children's food behaviour Natalie Rigal, Lecturer at the University of Paris-X Nanterre Dining: customs and traditions Anne Kolivanoff, auctioneer, specialized in tableware Gastronomy and cultural identity Denis Saillard, professor at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines Gastronomy and the food service industry in the 19th Century Denis Saillard, professor at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yveline World food cultures in Paris Gilles Fumey, Professor in geography of food cultures at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne Large cities offer an ever-increasing range of world foods. Gilles Fumey takes us on a fun and educational tour of the streets of central Paris where we can appreciate the diversity and convergence of urban eating habits and their subsequent transformation. Evolution of food consumption : what can economic analysis teach us? Pierre Combris, Director of Research with INRA Trends in food consumption: economic and social factors. This class concerns trends in food consumption in France and throughout the world over the last fifty years. It illustrates the radical effect that changing prices and incomes have on our diets. The Physics of Champagne Bubbles Gérard Liger-Belair, Lecturer at the University of Reims in the Champagne-Ardenne region - Gérard Liger-Belair invites you to "dive" into a champagne flute for a physicochemical analysis and interpretation of the various stages in the fleeting life of a bubble. Chemical Food contaminants: are consumer concerns justified? Jean-Pierre Cravedi, researcher at INRA An example of a genuine terroir effect: cheese Jean-Baptiste Coulon, Director of Research with INRA - Terroir, a geographic area, is a multidimensional concept with physical, biological and human aspects. Aroma chemistry in cooking Hubert Richard, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry of Natural Substances, ENSIA - Using current data from the physiology of taste and olfaction, the first part of the class will demonstrate the differences between taste, odor (smell) and retronasal perception (aroma). Molecular gastronomy Hervé This, Physicochemist at INRA - Collège de France - Molecular gastronomy is not limited to just cooking (or this scientific discipline would be called "molecular cuisine") but includes the physicochemical phenomena connected with human nutrition. Camembert cheese, a French myth Pierre Boisard, sociologist - Ancient Norman cheese, the camembert cheese arrived in Paris at the dawn of the industrial revolution, thanks to the railway. In the second half of the 19th Century, it was present everywhere in France. Law, food and gastronomy: the French legal exception Jean-Paul Branlard, Lecturer in Food Law at the University of Paris-Sud - Fashioned by their history and their environment, kitchens and gastronomy in France form a type of cultural expression among the most outstanding in the country. Gastronomy in the framework of taste goods - an economic analysis Christian Barrère, Professor at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne - How do you explain that gastronomy is becoming a mass phenomenon whereas its professional representatives only focus on a limited elite? Pedagogical meals, visits and workshops 1. A Medieval dinner Bruno Laurioux, Lecturer in medieval history at the University of Versailles St Quentin, with the team from the Grégoire Ferrandi School 2. Wine and food pairing dinner Jacques Puisais - Institut Français du Goût 3. Champagne and food pairing dinner Under the auspices of Union des Oenologues de Champagne (Champagne Winemakers Association) 4. Tasting Workshop organized by G.H. MUMM Champagne: Tasting of vins clairs and reserve wines Educational wine and food pairing lunch based on the same champagne served at different temperatures and in different glasses 5. Culinary demonstration with Le Cordon Bleu Chefs 6. Introduction to the 'Note by Note' Cuisine By Christophe Lavelle, researcher at MNHN and CNRS. 7. A guided visit of the Rungis International Market, the largest wholesale market in the world for fresh products (with Guy Chemla, Professor at the University of La Sorbonne-IV). “What thrilled me the most was discovering all the connections linking taste with all the topics we have studied. I was totally satisfied with the original and comprehensive approach to the notion of "taste", together with the quality of the lectures and their practical application thanks to the educational meals.” Claire Debruille (France) - 2005 graduate [-]

DHEC Screenwriting / Directing - taught in FRENCH

ESRA - École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle
Campus Full time September 2017 France Paris

The Screenwriting and Directing program aims to train professionals to be capable of meeting the expectations of the industry on all issues regarding writing for screen. During their two years of training, students learn to write for any type of audiovisual genre, whether it is film (fiction and documentary), television or new media in their various formats. [+]

Course Studies in France 2017. OBJECTIFS Le Département des Hautes Etudes Cinématographiques Scénario a pour objectif de former des professionnels capables de répondre aux attentes des industries de programmes sur toutes les questions qui touchent à l’écriture de contenus. Au cours de leurs deux années de formation, les étudiants apprennent à scénariser tout type d’œuvre ou de genre audiovisuel, qu’il s’agisse de cinéma (fiction et documentaire), de télévision ou de multimédia dans leurs différents formats et leurs contenus spécifiques. A l’issue de leur cursus, les étudiants finalisent un scénario de fiction de 90 minutes. Ce travail fait l’objet d’un suivi pédagogique tout au long de l’année et donne lieu à une soutenance. A ces travaux s’ajoute la rédaction d’un mémoire sur un sujet en relation avec la formation suivie. DÉBOUCHÉS PROFESSIONNELS Permettre aux étudiants qui désirent faire de l’écriture l’axe principal de leur activité professionnelle, qu’il s’agisse de scénarios de fictions en prise de vue réelle ou en animation, de documentaires ou de scénarios de bandes dessinées, d’acquérir les compétence nécessaires à la pratique du métier de scénariste. Permettre aux étudiants qui se destinent à la réalisation de films de maîtriser l’art du récit et les mécanismes de l’écriture dramatique tout en ayant les compétences requises pour aborder la mise en scène, la direction d’acteur, et la réalisation de film dans ses composantes techniques qu’il s’agisse du découpage, de la prise de vue en tournage, du montage ou du mixage en post-production. Les compétences acquises au cours de la formation permettent aux étudiants de postuler à des postes dans les secteurs suivants : Chaînes de télévision généralistes et thématiques (lecteur, direction littéraire)
 Sofica. Sociétés de financement (lecteur) Sociétés de production PUBLICS CONCERNÉS Le Département des Hautes Etudes Cinématographiques Scénario s’adresse à des étudiants de niveau Bac+3. Les candidats doivent témoigner d’un intérêt marqué pour les professions du secteur audiovisuel et pour toutes les formes d’écriture (cinéma, théâtre, BD, roman, télévision, documentaire, reportage). [-]