Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris Val-de-Seine
Paris, France
Address
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris Val-de-Seine

75013 Paris

France

N 48° 49' 41.26'', E 48° 49' 41.26''

http://www.paris-valdeseine.archi.fr/
Contact
Arnaud Miseriaux

e: arnaud.miseriaux@paris-valdeseine.archi.fr
t: + 33 1 72 69 63 36
f: + 33 1 72 69 63 81
Representative
Philippe BACH
Director
Degree programmes
Bachelor: French
Master: French
Faculty profile

The Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Val de Seine is an architectural education community of 2300 people. It welcomes and trains nearly one in ten architecture students in France.

More than 253 professors and nearly 70 administrative officers and technical staff provide high-quality training to the 2000 students.
The ENSA Paris-Val de Seine is characterized by a great educational diversity.

Two research units (EVCAU and CRH) as well as nearly 60 international partnerships, on every continents, take a great place in this opening.

The premises benefit from first class equipment: the material library, the library, the model workshop, the photo and video studios, the IT stock and the Fablab are precious resources.

All year long, the School offers exhibitions and lectures and presentations of students works created during courses or study tours.

Student and community life is particularly developed. Today, more than fifteen student associations fill the school with life.

Our ambition is to collectively and continuously build a great Parisian school, partnered with the Paris-Diderot University, in the heart of a vast urban operation: Paris Rive Gauche, an open campus of more than 40,000 students and 8,000 professors and researchers.

Bordering the Seine, the ENSA Paris-Val de Seine building was designed by architect Frédéric Borel consists, winner of the French National Grand Prize in Architecture in 2010.

This seven-story contemporary building stands out next to the SUDAC, a former 19th century compressed air plant.

Located at 3-15 Quai Panhard et Levassor, Paris 13th since 2007, the ENSA Paris-Val de Seine is at the heart of Paris’s transportation network.

The ENSA Paris-Val de Seine is characterized by the great diversity of its educational offerings and approaches to teaching architecture.

Creating teaching teams from varied backgrounds, the school allows students to experience a diverse array of teaching methods, pushing them to be as prepared as possible for professional integration.

The ENSA Paris-Val de Seine is partnered with the Paris-Diderot University and the University community USPC, providing an opportunity to develop shared projects.

The ENSA Paris-Val de Seine is located on an extended campus of more 40,000 student and 8,000 professors and researchers. With the Paris-Diderot University, the National institute for oriental languages and civilizations, the University Library for Languages and civilizations, the School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences or the University of Chicago, the ENSA Paris-Val de Seine fits in well on a multidisciplinary campus.

1683 students (944 Bachelor, 739 Master, 0 PhD), 11% of foreign students.

200 staff members (200 full-time and approx. 0 visiting lecturers and critics).

Student Activities

The sports association :

Founded in 2010, the sports association offers students to participate in various competitions organized by the French Federation of University Sports. This commitment can be made either by an activity programmed within the AS, or individually by purchasing of a university permit. The sport association has about 150 registered members. It is affiliated to the French Federation of University Sports (FFSU) and is authorized to issue sports membership cards.

Other associations :
The Federation of the masses, associations and elected students (FED) : It brings together representatives of the various project structures (so-called "masses"), associations and elected students

The Association for International Mobility (AMI) : AMI is an association whose goal is to develop and structure student initiatives related to international exchanges.

The students board (BDE) : The BDE actively participates in the animation of student life.

The FABLAB : FABLAB is an association founded by students with the aim of creating the first "fablab" of France dedicated to architecture within an ENSA.

Young architects at work (JAUB) : an association to help students or graduated students to find a job.

K’Fet – La Palette : The cafeteria, equipped by a team of motivated students, is of course a restaurant area but it is also a home with music, babyfoot ... It is a privileged place of the School.

The Cooperative (Coop) : The Coop is a non-profit student association that sells all the materials needed for architectural studies

ATK :

Facilities

Photographic Studio
Media Lab
Library

Accommodation

None

Tuition fees

290 € Bachelor

420 € Master

Bachelor, Bachelor of Architecture, 3-years, Bachelor, French, 180,

The degree in architecture conferring the Bachelor’s degree  (3 years)

This first education period is organized in 6 semesters. The bachelor’s degree course allows students to acquire the basics of an architectural culture as well as the tools, concepts and methodology they need to develop an hypothesis through a controlled project approach. It is based on the lessons learned from the architectural and urban planning project, the theory of architecture and the history of architecture, supplemented by specific lessons relating to the technics, arts and sciences. This education includes two internships: a construction internship and an internship called “first practice”.


Master, Master or Architecture, 2-years, Master, French, 120,

The degree in architecture conferring the Master’s degree (2 years)

The courses offered during this second education period are simultaneously part of opportunities for integration into the world of work, in the fields of project management and research. The State Architect Diploma clearly stands out as a step towards an higher education level, and not exclusively as a professional degree. It allows the student, by offering him a wide range of lessons around fields of study, to build the specificity of his approach with regard to the questions of the time. Six fields of study are offered at the School:

Alto, Architecture-laboratory of open territories

Ecologies

Experimental, Devices – Manufacturing – Digital

Faire (To make)

Territoires (Territories), Territories of Architecture

Transformation, Temporalities of the existing and the Heritage


The degree in architecture conferring the Bachelor’s degree  (bac. +3 years)

This first education period is organized in 6 semesters. The bachelor’s degree course allows students to acquire the basics of an architectural culture as well as the tools, concepts and methodology they need to develop an hypothesis through a controlled project approach. It is based on the lessons learned from the architectural and urban planning project, the theory of architecture and the history of architecture, supplemented by specific lessons relating to the technics, arts and sciences. This education includes two internships: a construction internship and an internship called “first practice”.

Bachelor  : http://www.paris-valdeseine.archi.fr/extranet/file/gp2015.pdf

The degree in architecture conferring the Master’s degree (2 years)

The courses offered during this second education period are simultaneously part of opportunities for integration into the world of work, in the fields of project management and research. The State Architect Diploma clearly stands out as a step towards an higher education level, and not exclusively as a professional degree. It allows the student, by offering him a wide range of lessons around fields of study, to build the specificity of his approach with regard to the questions of the time. Six fields of study are offered at the School:

Alto, Architecture-laboratory of open territories

Ecologies

Experimental, Devices – Manufacturing – Digital

Faire (To make)

Territoires (Territories), Territories of Architecture

Transformation, Temporalities of the existing and the Heritage

Master : http://www.paris-valdeseine.archi.fr/extranet/file/gp2015.pdf