Mod’Art International has got a very diverse student body from all over the world. Apart from its Paris campus available for Regent’s student it also has its campuses in different parts of the world.
Mod’Art International has a strong network in the Luxury Industry and deep understanding of the ever-changing needs of the Trade, hence it adapts its programs to prepare students for careers in all the Luxury Companies of the future all over the world such as Shanghai in China, Lima in Peru, Bombay & Delhi in India, Hô Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Belgrade and Vis’Art Budapest Hungary.
Autumn Semester: Late September - Mid December
Spring Semester: Early January - Late March (Study Abroad Semester for RSFD students takes place in Spring only)
Compulsory induction week : Your attendance is required for the Introduction days held prior to class start dates for each semester.
There are two programmes available within Fashion Design and Management Department which are Fashion Creation and Fashion Management. Many lecturers combine teaching with careers within industry to pass ‘insider’ knowledge on the latest technologies, techniques and trends. The teaching is evaluated by tests, exams, internship reports, oral presentations and reports. Students receive continuous feedback from their tutors. Mod’ Art advertises job opportunities relevant to the programme on their website.
Mod'Art offers the following programmes to exchange students (changes to the below programmes might apply without notice):
|Global Fashion World seen from France||4|
|Luxury Marketing Global strategy||4|
|Trends in Leatherwear and Accessories||3|
|Art of Living / Lifestyle||2|
|Buying : Logistics(purchasing & procurement)||2|
|E-Marketing and Strategic Communication with Social Media||3|
|Language (French or Italian)||2|
|Workshops for CVs, Internships & Dissertations|
|Total ECTS number||30|
In order to pass your SPA Semester you must obtain a pass in all the courses you registered for.
Students who fail to pass all their courses will be required to make up the missing SPA credits.
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Please contact the IPO for more information regarding the support services at Mod'Art.
Paris acts as the center of the country's fashion industry. Along with New York City, London and Milan, it is considered a lead fashion capital. Paris is home to many premier fashion designers including Chanel, Pierre Cardin, Céline, Chloe, Dior, Givenchy, Jean Paul Gaultier, Hermès, Lanvin, Rochas, Vuitton, and Yves Saint Laurent
To better understand why Paris is the capital of fashion, you need to consider the golden triangle - a shopping district in Paris dedicated exclusively to high fashion clothes and accessories. The triangle lives between the Avenue Marceau, the Champs-Elysees and the Avenue Montaigne. In it, you will find the homes of Vuitton, Givenchy, Rochas, Dior, Celine, Chanel, Donna Karan and Hermes, just to start you off.
More than 600 bus lines, metro, 3 tramway lines, RER (Regional Express Network), SNCF (National Railway Network).
Velib’ (free bicycle) is a public bicycle rental programmed in Paris, France. In order to use the system, users need to take out a subscription, which allows the subscriber an unlimited number of rentals. Subscriptions can be purchased at €1 per day, €5/week or €29/year. With a subscription bike rental is free for the first half hour of every individual trip; an unlimited number of such free trips can be made per day. A trip that lasts longer than 30 minutes incurs a charge of €1 to €4 for each subsequent 30-minute period. The increasing price scale is intended to keep the bikes in circulation.
Paris has an oceanic climate and is affected by the North Atlantic Current, so the city rarely sees extremely high or low temperatures.
Paris has warm and pleasant summers with average high temperatures of 25 °C (77 °F) and low of 15 °C (59 °F). Winter is chilly, but temperature is around 3 °C (37 °F) to 8 °C (46 °F), and rarely falls below the freezing point. Rain falls throughout the year, and although Paris is not a very rainy city, it is known for sudden showers.
Mod'Art does not have on-campus accommodation option.
Several options are available in terms of accomodation for students’ stay in Paris
•Rent a furnished studio – via an agency or private individuals
•Stay in a private student’s residence.
•Be part of the every day’s life of a French family : a private room in a Parisian home
Price per night from 21 euros to 44 Euros according to the option chosen
For all details www.fac-paris.com
•Be totally independent and share with a friend:
Housing agencies (means you will have to pay agency fees) Apart of Paris (contact: Ruth Tchaparian)
203 bis, rue St Martin, 75003 Paris
Office + 33 1 42 72 21 40
Mobile + 33 6 75 74 95 22
Web site : www.apartofparis.com
Students must be aware that Paris is an expensive city and should allow approximately at least £700 a month for general living costs and accommodation.
The metro is one of the least expensive in the world. A book of 10 tickets will cost you approximately €10.
Here are some average prices for everyday consumer products:
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Students who have been nominated to study at Mod'Art will be sent an application pack via email the semester before they are due to start their SPA.
You must provide evidence of having an appropriate, comprehensive health insurance. This is usually required at the time of submitting your application.
If you come from an EU country, remember to apply for a European health insurance card (EHIC) before leaving.
Students from the European Economic Area (EEA) do not require a visa to study in France. All other nationalities need a visa and should contract the French consulate, 21 Cromwell Road, London SW7 2EN, Tel: 020 7073 1200, Fax: 020 7073 1201, Website: http://www.ambafrance-uk.org/
A resident permit “carte de séjour” is required for anyone planning to stay in France for more than three months. When foreign students (outside the European Economic Area) arrive in France, they must be in possession of a D "Etudiant" visa (extended studies visa) with the written indication "carte de séjour à solliciter dès l'arrivée en France" (residence permit to be requested immediately on arrival in France) which is issued by the French Embassy in their home country. Any other visas (e.g. tourist short stay visa ) do not allow foreigners to stay in France for more than 3 months.
This is for your information only, it is the student's responsibility to obtain the correct visa.
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Please note: The information on this page is accurate at the time of publishing. Some details have been sourced from external websites.
Language of tuition: English
Level of study: Undergraduate
Partner type: Erasmus+ exchange
Applicable Regent's programmes for a study period abroad: