Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design

Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design allows you to train for 3 years to understand and conceptualize the tools necessary to solve design problems.


3 years


Full-time at school or as a work-study program with 1 week at school / 3 weeks in a company


September or February (deferred start)


Cycle validated at the end of the third year by the professional certification at level 6 "Digital Project Manager" registered in the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP) (NSF code 326p)

Tuition fee

between €8,000 and €10,500 per year

Admission level

High school diploma or equivalent. Parallel admissions possible

Pedagogical Objectives

Articulated, among other things, around the customer experience, this specialization teaches the techniques of user experience analysis as well as production tools. After learning the basics and principles of interactive design, you will master the development of user interfaces.

At the end of this program, you will be awarded the professional certification at level 6 “Digital Project Manager” registered in the RNCP by order of April 9, 2018, published in the Official Journal of April 17, 2018 (NSF code 326p), under the authority and delivered by EEMI.

We train you in 3 years

This year is common to all Bachelors and is done only in full-time with a 2-month internship.

  • Creation of interfaces (mobile and website)
  • Development of brand or product visual identity (graphic charter, typography, etc.).
  • Development of digital marketing and communication strategies
  • Use of HTML, CSS, and Javascript to integrate website mockups
  • Implementation of APIs using PHP
  • Use of databases

This year is common to all Bachelors. A 4-month internship is scheduled for full-time students.

  • Getting familiar with design tools such as Cinema 4D or Blender
  • Learning 3D, UI/UX design tools
  • Using a series of tools for business communication and editorial planning
  • Analysis of audience and market data using Google Analytics and the Office suite
  • Automating tasks through system integration
  • Implementation of a website’s backend

A mandatory 6-month internship concludes the year.

  • Deepening skills related to interactive design, including design thinking, game design, ergonomics
  • Awareness of overlooked issues such as visual impairments …
  • Introduction to conversational design (chatbot)


  • Digital Culture
  • Introduction to Design
  • Marketing & Business
  • Project Management
  • Web Development

  • Project Management
  • UX/UI Design
  • Content Creation
  • Responsible Digital Practices
  • Design Thinking

  • Design Culture
  • Creation of visual identity
  • Creating iconographic and audiovisual content with AI
  • Creating semantic content with AI
  • Digital and print eco-design
  • Digital Illustration
  • UX / UI Design methodology
  • Motion Design (Blender / After)
  • Photography
  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Prompt Engineering
  • Typography
  • Monitoring and innovation

Career Opportunities

The Bachelor’s in Interactive Design allows EEMI graduates to position themselves in the following professions:

  • Motion Designer
  • UX / UI Designer
  • Product Designer

You can also choose to further your studies in a Master’s program in Digital Design at EEMI to develop your skills in graphic design and technical project management and position yourself for positions such as Product Designer or Artistic Director:



Admission to the Bachelor’s Degree is based on the following conditions:

  • Year 1: High school diploma or equivalent
  • Year 2: Bachelor’s degree +1 or equivalent
  • Year 3: Bachelor’s degree +2 or equivalent

Admissions to EEMI are subject to a successful oral motivation interview, tests and evaluation of academic records.

Deferred start is open to 1st students in full-time.


Training schedules

Year 1

  • Intake: September or March (deferred entry)
  • Course hours: 550 hours
  • Internship: 2 months

Year 2 

  • Intake: September
  • Course hours: 450 hours
  • Internship: 4 months

Year 3

  • Intake: September
  • Course hours: 450 hours
  • Internship: 6 months

Year 1

  • Intake: September
  • Course hours: 550 hours
  • Timetable : 2 days at school, 3 days in the company

Year 2

  • Intake: September
  • Course hours: 450 hours
  • Schedule: 1 week at school, 3 weeks in the company

Year 3

  • Intake: September
  • Course hours: 450 hours
  • Schedule: 1 week at school, 3 weeks in the company