The oldest jewellery establishment in the world, Haute École de Joaillerie was created in 1867 by the profession. Its filial tie with the profession makes it one of the pillars in passing on French know-how.
Haute école de joaillerie
A school by the trade for the trade
The oldest jewellery establishment in the world, Haute École de Joaillerie was created in 1867 by the profession. Its filial tie with the profession makes it one of the pillars in passing on French know-how. For 150 years, Haute École de Joaillerie has been training generations of jewellers, goldsmiths and gemmologists who go on to work in the foremost workshops. A true reference point for all those involved in the profession, it consists of four departments: initial training, work-related training, continuing vocational training and international training.
Certified ISO 9001, Haute École de Joaillerie offers all students the finest workshops and equipment for a complete apprenticeship in the jewellery trades, from passing on the basic procedures to the most modern computer design and drawing technologies.
Passing on the longest-standing traditions as well as the most modern computer design and drawing technologies.
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The desire to share and pass on the passion for the jewellery professions.
Passing on tradition
An exceptional secular know-how and a proud French heritage to preserve and pass on, from generation to generation.
Revealing each person’s unique creativity and reinventing pathways to anticipate changes.
Committed to educational excellence that guarantees successful professional integration.
An open school model in step with the changes in our world.
Always on the watch, to adapt teaching methods and curricula to technological developments and the needs of the sector.
The guarantor of a heritage, a French art of living, and a universal mindset looking ahead to the future.