École de Condé boasts an expanded accreditation system that allows it to make the most of existing systems.
National accreditations (France)
French National Committee of Professional Certification:
- Bachelor in Design & Graphic Arts: Qualification of ‘Project Designer in Design and Graphic Arts certified by the French National Committee of Professional Certification – Level II and (Level 6 of the European unified framework).
- Master’s in Design: Qualification of Project Designer Manager, options: graphic and digital design, interior design, global design, fashion design, UX/UI. Level I design (Level 7 of the European unified framework).
- Master in Conservation-Restoration of Cultural Heritage: Qualification of Conservator-Restorer of Cultural Property Level II (Level 6 of the European Unified Framework).
The French Professional Certification Commission (CNCP) is the inter-ministerial body that accredits public and private training, according to the level of professional skills students can acquire. A very limited number of art and design schools are registered at Level I, the highest level of the French National Committee of Professional Certification (RNCP).
All of the programs developed by the École de Condé meet the requirements of the RNCP.
École de Condé is also a founding member of the Association of Private Schools of Applied Arts (EPAA) which brings together the best design schools in France.
Finally, the interior design courses at École de Condé are recognised by the National Union of Interior Designers (UNAID).