Graphic Novels

Schéma Filière BD

Foundation Year – applied arts

1 Year Course
The foundation year in Applied arts is the antechamber of our courses. It provides young and inexperienced students with the basics. Through the exploration of the most important creative techniques, they discover the range of possibilities whilst forming their own creative character. Open-mindedness and general culture are also on the menu ; they are the pillars essential to the young designer developing his or her worlds. Last but not least, this preparatory year in Applied arts helps students to define their career pathway and affirm their choice of profession through the streams on offer.

Foundation Applied arts

FLE arts & Design

1 Year Course
As a member of CAMPUS FRANCE, BRASSART offers a FLE (French as a Foreign Language) preparatory year. This course is exclusively for non French speaking international students who would like to do a course on careers in design. It is based on the curriculum for the Foundation in Applied arts with additional French lessons in partnership with a specialised training organisation. A specific timetable is adapted in order to facilitate new students’ integration.

FLE arts & design - international students

Comic Strip Author / Cartoonist

3 Year Course
The ABD (Académie Brassart Delcourt), result of the partnership between BRASSART and publishers Éditions Delcourt, offers a specialist course on the world of comic strips. Throughout their studies, students cover the different aspects of the profession : drawing, scriptwriting, editing, colouring and working with an editor. The course is taught by specialists in these disciplines. Theory is then compared with working reality during work experience placements. Finally, each class is sponsored by a published author : Zep, Arthur de Pins, Patricia Lyfoung, and Lupano are amongst the first to have lent their names.

Dessinateur de bande dessinée

Graphic Arts

3 Year Course
The course in Graphic Arts provides a theoretical, practical and artistic education in careers in illustrative graphic design. Drawing techniques and image culture form the main focus of the course. Students learn to use different production techniques, whether graphic or traditional, but also to conceptualise their ideas. Throughout the learning process, students are supervised by working professionals who help them to define their own graphic identity.

Graphic Arts
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