The application period (second session) for the academic year 2020 has ended.
Students who wish to apply to the program, you can apply for the academic year 2021 from June/July onward. For those who have inquiries concerning the application process, don’t hesitate to contact us.
On December 10th, the GFC course organised a Christmas party, following the Japanese traditions of “Bōnenkai” or “Year-end parties.”
The students and teachers teamed up and made all kinds of dishes from their own country to celebrate the cultural diversity of the students in the program. One of the students even made a wonderful GFC pie!
After dinner, we shared some thoughts on the students’ research and their hopes for the upcoming year.
The first application period for the academic year 2020 (from April 2020 to March 2022) has ended.
Those who wish to apply for the academic year 2020 still have a chance to apply during the second application period, which will be held around December of this year. Those who wish for more information, please contact us through the contact page, or send us an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first application period for the academic year 2020 (from April 2020 to March 2022) is open.
Those who wish to apply, please read through the application procedures, and contact us through sending us a mail to the this address. We will arrange a Skype interview meeting for those who are interested in applying to the course.
ENSAD‘s graduation fashion show was organized on the first of July 2019. Our double degree students Viktoria Binger and Rickyy Wong participated in the show, and were able to present their graduation collection at the event.
Rickyy’s collection: Démission de l’amour
Rickyy, walking with his models
Viktoria’s collection: Je suis seulement l’image que tu a créée
Detail from Viktoria’s collection: Pants made from fabric presented by Yohji Yamamoto
From June 27th to 29th 2019, the annual grad school seminar was held in Hokuyrūko, Nagano. Every year, the graduating students have to present their thesis topics, and spend a few days together to deepen the bonds between the professors and the students. Following the tradition, this year too, our GFC students participated in the seminar. However, next to presenting their thesis topics, this year the GFC students also organized several workshops linked to their research. There were workshops in photography, sketching and hip-hop dance, in which all the GFC students participated together.
Immersed in nature during our seminar
Photography workshop in action
GFC alumna and current administrative assistant Saskia Thoelen appeared as the reporter for Trails to Oishii Tokyo, a television program by NHK World. In this episode, featuring Matcha, Saskia had the opportunity to interview several renowned matcha makers, tea specialists and restaurant owners.
For those who are interested, the program can be seen on-demand through the following link: