National Diploma of Arts - Option Design (Object Design and Graphic Design)

General

Program Description

Health situation, COVID-19:

The Campus Caraïbéen des Arts makes every effort to guarantee the health security of its students and agents. Martinique is currently one of the regions placed in the green zone and a weak circulation of COVID-19 has been observed in the territory for several weeks.

Option design, mention object design

The design option offers students the opportunity to understand the world and the environment, interpret them and design proposals for objects or object systems in line with changing needs.

By integrating them into universal questions, students, anxious to give meaning to objects and their environment, discover the synergies between local materials and resources (wood, tropical plants, materials, light, etc.).

Short cycle

The National Diploma of Art (DNA) option design is awarded at the end of the 3rd year of studies.

Approved at level 3 (level II of the professional repertoire), it sanctions a curriculum of three years of higher education.

It is oriented towards the teaching of design. It offers the opportunity to present to admission commissions in the master phase in design or art, the master's degree course and to pursue university studies.

Long cycle

Students holding the DNA design option - object design mention, have the possibility of subsequently preparing for the National Higher Diploma of Plastic Expression (DNSEP) option Art.

The National Higher Diploma of Plastic Expression (DNSEP) is presented at the end of the 5th year of studies. Diploma approved at the level of Bac 5 (level I of the professional repertoire) and worth European master's degree, it can eventually pursue studies in postgraduate university or postgraduate art schools.

Option design, mention graphic design

The objective of the graphic design option is to train graphic designers in three years, capable of developing a formal, meaningful and personal universe. The professional purpose of the Graphic Design option implies a strong inscription in the socio-cultural and economic space.

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Short cycle

The curriculum is based on an advanced technical, technological and theoretical education allowing the student to set up his own methodology of creation thus answering the problems of his study project.

The three- year course of study, including the year 1 common to all options, ends with the obtaining of the National Diploma of Art (DNA) - option Graphic Design.

Translator of an order, the graphic designer is the relay between the sponsor and an audience. By the plastic and graphic requirement of his answers, he influences the daily life on the quality of our visual environment.

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Registration procedure

Admission in the first year is mandatory by competition. Two sessions are organized each year, one in March, the other in September.

As soon as registration opens, a form is made available to the candidate from the school's website. Supporting documents must be downloaded from this form. The candidate will have to validate his registration online and after verification of the file by the school services, he will receive his invitation to the entrance examination.

Candidates also have the option of registering on site or sending their duly completed registration form by post to the following address:

Campus Caraïbéen des Arts
Pedagogical Secretariat
Artists' street, Hermitage
97200 Fort-de-France

Dates of the program

2020-2021 academic year:

  • Dematerialized entrance examination for the 1st year, session 1: May 25 and 26, 2020 (application deadline closed)
  • Dematerialized 1st year entrance exam, session 2: September 15 and 16, 2020
  • Registration deadline: Thursday September 10, 2020
  • Admission and equivalence committee (admission during the course): Friday September 18, 2020
  • Return of students: face-to-face classes will begin according to the evolution of the health situation and in accordance with government measures. Desired date: Monday, October 12, 2020
Last updated Aug 2020

About the School

Le Campus Caraïbéen des Arts est l’école supérieure d’enseignement artistique de la Martinique inscrite dans le réseau des 46 écoles territoriales d’enseignement supérieur artistique français. ... Read More

Le Campus Caraïbéen des Arts est l’école supérieure d’enseignement artistique de la Martinique inscrite dans le réseau des 46 écoles territoriales d’enseignement supérieur artistique français. Read less
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