The Collège de Paris and Ecole Conte have established a range of partnerships and links with academic institutions in France and abroad. This means that students have the opportunity to gain dual qualifications, and to embark upon international visits or exchanges. The partnerships are a great way to promote the deployment of our training in France and internationally.
Griffith College is an excellent Irish university that welcomes international students. The College hosts students from the Collège de Paris for a semester or for a full year at its Dublin campus.
The Bachelors and Masters qualifications cover a range of subjects including visual communication, fashion and interior architecture – available both as a Bachelors or Masters degree.
University of Bedfordshire
The Collège de Paris management school partners with the University of Bedfordshire in England, which welcomes Ascencia students and also students from Ecole Conte studying Fashion, Art and Design, and Design styling.
Sungshin Women's University
Sunghsin Women’s University is a private women’s university located in Seoul, South Korea. It was founded in 1936 by Dr Sook-Chong Lee. The University today comprises ten colleges and five higher education schools, accommodating a total of around 12 000 students.
Brooklyn College welcomes students to its New York campus for English improvement courses running for one or two semesters, after which an American certificate is awarded that enables students to pursue their studies in Europe or in the USA. This establishment is one of the flagships of the university system of New York City.
University of The Thai Chamber of Commerce
The University of the THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE prepares its students for a range of careers. As part of an exchange programme, the Collège de Paris can accommodate or send students studying at Bachelors or Masters level.
Shandong University of Art and Design
Shandong University of Art and Design is located in the city of Ji’nan.
The University is split into two campuses. The study of art is at the core of its teaching, supported by liberal and scientific disciplines. The objective is to nurture “a scientific mindset, humanist accomplishment, artistic innovation and technical skills”.
The University comprises a visual communications school, a school of architecture, industrial design, fashion, fine art and applied arts.
The Ecole Conte has become a real reference for professionals in the fields of fashion, textiles and luxury.