The 2nd semester of the 1st year of the Master Design Strategy is dedicated to a study period abroad. The strength of Groupe ESC Troyes' international network means that you can study in the university of your choice for one semester. This is a major advantage for your project and your career, broadening your horizons, introducing you to new learning methods, helping you improve your language skills and learning about new cultures. Here are two student testimonies:
- Alexis went to Canada: "I went to Gatinau to study at the Université du Québec en Outaouais. I attended graphic design classes in the department of the Image Multidisciplinary School. You could pick "a la carte" classes for the entire semester. I picked creative process and packaging, signage, history of graphic design, digital design and image & society. As I was there in the winter, I made the most of the real Canadian experience and enjoyed spectacular scenery, went on a road trip to the West (Toronto, Chicago and the Niagara Falls...). This was a very beneficial experience on a personal as well as academic level as it is really interesting to learn about another approach to teaching design".
- Malou went to Italy: "As Italy's industrial capital, Milan is a welcoming city in constant motion, where design plays a predominant role. The Istituto Europeo di Design is a renowned private design school where I had the opportunity to study for 5 months. This experience helped broaden my vision of design and my approach to projects. In our current globalisation context, it is in my opinion essential to open up to the world and remain curious. I have grown from this experience and created a lifetime of memories".
North (Canada) and South America (Argentina, Chile, Peru), Europe (Italy, Netherlands, Russia), Asia (India, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan)... If you join our Master Design Strategy, you can study for an entire semester on one of these continents... Whatever happens, keep one thing in mind: enjoy!
Note: the list of destinations may change. Access conditions to these destinations are determined, when relevant, by a number of academic and/or student nationality criteria. Any addition or removal of destination is possible, according to partnership relationships or any major event relating to the political, economic or natural environment.