Uniqueness of the Bachelor’s in Jewellery Design
Haute École de Joaillerie is the only institution in France to offering a Bachelor’s in Jewellery Design, a comprehensive and ambitious programme that combines a theoretical approach with an operational approach based on practical cases.
In the 1st year, students learn to select the right tools for conceptualising a problem and translating into a graphic creation.
Upon completing the 2nd year, students will know how to respond to a complete brief. The aim is that they be able to conduct a creative research process and propose graphic solutions based on knowledge of technical manufacturing processes.
The last year offers an educational approach based on practical cases and on experimentation, with the involvement of renowned professionals, covering all fields in jewellery. A one-month exchange with the HEAD in Geneva, one of Europe’s leading design schools, is planned as part of this degree programme.
At the end of the second year, students have the opportunity to test for a national degree, the DMA (Diploma of Arts Trades) in Jewellery.
Professions / Opportunities
The Bachelor in Jewellery Design trains future designers in the jewellery sector, from costume jewellery to jewellery and fashion accessories.
At the end of the training session, the graduate will be able to develop a collection plan, and produce sketches and mock-ups up to the final rendering.
- The Bachelor’s Degree in Jewellery Design is open to holders of a BMA or BTS in Product Design (or equivalent) or the STD2A Baccalaureate.
- Entry to the Bachelor’s section is subject to submission of a personal artistic portfolio and motivation interview.
3 years, plus 8 weeks of internship:
- 4 weeks in year 1
- 4 weeks in year 3
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€9500 incl. tax
Conceptualise, formulate a problem and translate it graphically
- Artistic Culture
- Graphic Expression and Applied Arts
- Manufacturing Techniques
- General Economics
- In-Company Internship
Respond to a creative brief and propose graphic solutions
- Creative History
- Graphic Expression and Creative Approach
- Production of Study Pieces
- Principles in Accounting Management
- Gem Science
- Study Projects
Mastering the creative language and representation techniques
- Individual Creation Project
- Creative Workshops
- History of Design
- Digital Communication
- Marketing and Merchandising
- Entrepreneurial Plan
- International Exchanges
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