Principally the professions of interior designer and product designer, which are often practiced together, hence our Interior and Product Designer qualification. Our transversal pedagogical approach provides the student with increased job opportunities after graduation. Some graduates become stage designers, event designers and artistic directors.

These professions can be practiced on a self-employed basis or as a salaried employee in both the public and private sectors. French employers include the department stores (Printemps, Galeries Lafayette, Bon Marché), multinational groups such as l’Oréal, and state institutions. The diploma is not recognised as a master’s degree, since only national diplomas validated by the Conseil National de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche (CNESER) have this classification. On the other hand, the school’s diploma is recognised by France’s professional certification body, the RNCP (Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles) as a level I qualification and by the Conseil Français des Architectes d’Intérieur (CFAI).

The Ecole Camondo’s careers service actively seeks employment for graduates. The service regularly receives offers for long and short-term employment and freelance work.

For several years after graduation, graduates often do freelance or salaried work before starting their own design studio, either alone or in partnership. Six months after graduating, 90% of alumni find work.