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Postby bburdulis » August 3rd, 2008, 10:38 pm


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After looking through their websites, I am still unclear about the language of instruction for BA programs at a few of the design schools in France... ENSCI and Strate.

Does anybody know if it is exclusively in French, or if they will teach classes in English upon request?

Thank you!

Postby hs.wang » September 13th, 2008, 12:24 am


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arlon wrote:forgot to say that I'm doing the European Master of Design program, having Politecnico in Milan as "home institute".

http://european-design.org/

if you want more info about the schools I've attended, etc.. ask ASAP (as specific as possible :P )!



just posted under another topic but asking again here (you can see how anxious I am).

Trying to find a good European/international master's program (in English) that won't suck me dry of my mulas. Preferably in or relating to furniture or soft product design but open to any suggestions. Bachelors program ok too, but preferably masters.

Thanks ya'll~

Domus Academy?

Postby powdahound » November 7th, 2008, 9:45 pm


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I have a BFA in ID and am interested in going abroad to earn a Masters. I am looking into Domus Academy in Milan, Italy. I like how there program only takes 11 months.

Any comments or info on Domus Academy??

Any other suggestions for European Grad school programs taught in English?

I know that the Royal College of Art has a great reputation.

Thanks

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Postby ra36 » August 27th, 2009, 7:25 am


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Just like to say hello real quick before I ask my question. "Hello." Yes, I'm a n00b here but been lurking for quite some time.

I'm currently looking for schools in Europe as well. I'm coming from a non-design bachelors though and I'm interested in finding a Masters program like the one offered at IIT.

I've been searching this board for hours and my eyes are now bleeding. Anyone have any suggestions for non-US based schools with a masters program like IITs???

I plan on applying in the US as well but looking to keep my options open.

Thanks in advance for the replies and thanks to everyone on here for the wealth of information you have provided.

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Postby jov777 » August 30th, 2009, 9:46 am


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has anyone ever ran across a list of undergraduate schools that teach in english in europe?

this seems to be a popular topic, but very spotty as far as the forum is concerned...

thoughts?

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Postby jov777 » August 30th, 2009, 9:53 am


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just found this list:

http://www.penrose-press.com/idd/?REGIO ... T=SUB10027

it would be sweet if they listed what programs were in english... but i guess beggars can't be choosers.

Urgent INFO on UMEA

Postby Hudesigns » November 11th, 2009, 10:39 am


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I may have the opportunity to study at UMEA and I was looking to get some feedback from current and/or past students from UMEA or anyone who has first hand knowledge regarding UMEA. I was looking to do the one year program Intro to Industrial Design. Thank you in advance. I need to make a decision asap so please be speedy! Thanks.

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Postby edhartw » December 1st, 2009, 12:50 pm


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meanest wrote:There have been many questions recently regarding Eurpoean institutes that teach in English. I have found this site helpful: http://tmo.uiah.fi/cumulus/index.html?s=1&l=1&t=1

Although it doesn't list every relevant institution, it does provide a good overview of many, including what languages the courses are taught in.

Hope this helps some of you out in your searching as I know this task can be difficult.

Good luck


I know that is quite an old post already but I am looking for such information like this. I tried to open the link but it is not working anymore. Do you have any other links that can guide me to know which European institutes offer curriculum in English?

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Postby bngi » December 1st, 2009, 12:56 pm

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Have a lookt at http://www.esn.org/

There might be some information regarding the languages of courses.
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Postby edhartw » December 3rd, 2009, 10:38 am


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Thanks a lot bngi for the link. I have already opened the link but haven't looked around yet that much. I appreciate your help.

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No worries, just pm or ask if you have any Q's and maybe i can help you out. Study in sweden and been exchange student in austria, and have some friends that have been around european schools.
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Re: European Institutes: English medium

Postby d_88 » April 9th, 2010, 11:21 pm


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anyone knows how IED (in Milan) is??

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Postby yuugi » April 18th, 2010, 1:37 pm


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Hello, I would really like to hear from former/current Coventry Uni Car design students about the BA course. Anyone here??

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Postby pezboy » June 4th, 2010, 1:32 am


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d_88 wrote:anyone knows how IED (in Milan) is??


I'm interested if anyone has any feedback or opinion regarding the Design Management course at the IED Barcelona. I've been using this list on Businessweek (http://www.businessweek.com/interactive ... _2009.html) as a reference point, but don't see IED here, so would appreciate any information on the school's or program's reputation.

Re: European Institutes: English medium

Postby apolaine » June 16th, 2010, 3:28 am

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Apologies for the cross-posting here - I just posted a similar note on the thread about service design specifically - but it is relevant:

I lead the Service Design Track over at the Lucerne School of Art and Design, Switzerland on the MA Design. The MA has two Majors, Animage and Product Design & Management (in which the SD track lives). It's currently taught in a mix of German and English, depending on the module and depending on the lecturers.

I teach in English (I'm English) as do several other lecturers, but some of the courses are in German. If we have enough English speakers or non-German speakers we try and split things like theory modules into two and teach one in German and one in English. For the thesis, there is an English speaking/writing group (which has quite a few native German speakers in it – something I always find impressive!). But it would really help if you could understand some German at present, not only for living there but also because of things like admin and the like. All the lecturers can speak and/or understand English though.

More info on our microsite (mix of German and English) and some English info and flyers on the HSLU main site here.

Or just contact me directly if you want to know more.
Andy Polaine
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