Fashion and Materials (ENAMOMA-PSL)

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Program type Continuing Education, Initial Training, Apprenticeship Training
Degree Master's
Graduate program(s) Graduate Program in Management, Graduate Program in the Arts
Domain(s) Arts, Humanities & social sciences
Discipline(s) Sustainable development, Business Administration - Management, Marketing, Fashion and design, Engineering Science
Teaching language(s) English
Place Paris

PSL host school

Other PSL school(s) contributing to the curriculum

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Paris Fashion School by PSL (École Nationale de Mode et Matière, or ENAMOMA-PSL) was jointly established by three institutions affiliated with PSL: Dauphine - PSL, MINES Paris - PSL, and EnsAD (École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs).

 

This master's degree is part of the graduate programs in Management, Engineering and Arts.

 

Design, engineering and management in service of ecodesign

The aim of the Fashion & Materials program is to bring together a wide range of disciplines to support the environmental and social transition of the fashion and materials industry. The course seeks to produce students who are open and responsive to the many issues involved. They are invited to come up with suggestions that will help to transform practices.
The program has been designed as a platform for interdisciplinary experimentation, providing an opportunity to pool expertise in different areas and interact with the industry and civil society. The master’s degree program provides a forum in which students, research professors and industry professionals can move around and make connections. The modular approach enables students to join the program for a single course, a block of courses, a year or the full two-year master’s degree.
The decision to bring together “materials” and “fashion” is key to the program’s approach: recent progress in materials science and engineering puts textiles at the forefront of technology, and materials are central to the environmental transition. The master’s degree aims to give materials a primary role in user-oriented fashion design, which can be applied in fields from ready-to-wear to the luxury segment, as well as technical textiles and textiles for healthcare.

Learning outcomes

The master’s degree in Fashion & Materials gives students the opportunity to supplement their original field of expertise by learning about related areas of knowledge and acquiring a methodology for analyzing issues in all their complexity. The program has been designed to serve as a forum where students, teachers, researchers and industry professionals can come together as they develop their skills in design, engineering and management. Students will learn how to interact with the professional world and become a driving force in tackling the challenges of the environmental and social transition.

The educational model has been shaped by a number of formative choices:

  • An emphasis on the challenges of an environmental and social transition, with dedicated seminars in Block 1 and the inclusion of associated considerations as part of all projects.
  • An openness to interdisciplinary issues with a view to acquiring broader scientific knowledge.
  • An approach which gives materials a primary role in user-centered fashion, with applications in fields ranging from mass retail clothing to the luxury sector, as well as technical work clothing and textiles used in healthcare.
  • A focus on exploratory projects and promoting awareness of research that offers an opportunity to reflect on transforming practices.
  • A more personalized approach to education, with academic, professional and international tutors to support work on individual and group projects.
  • Teaching delivered in English and use of French at students’ discretion for interactions with each other and with the local ecosystem.

The public display of projects held at the end of each year in September is an important time, allowing students to present and defend their projects before a larger audience.

Teaching team

The teaching team is multidisciplinary, composed of teachers from the academic and professional worlds.
Discover the teaching team  of the master's degree.

 

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A customizable track

Students can enter the master's program in their first or second year. Courses are given in English and are organised in blocks :

Block 0 – Fundamentals of management, fashion and materials (3 weeks)
•    Business basics in cultural and creative industries
•    Basics in fashion design and materials

Block 1 - Ecodesign of resources, materials and processes (10 weeks)
•    Fashion & materials in questions (I)
•    Sustainability behind the scenes
•    Ecodesign workshop
•    Natural fibers and dyes workshop

Block 2 – Exploration methods(10 weeks)
•    Fashion & materials in questions (II)
•    Value proposition design
•    Fablab workshop
•    Research methodologies
•    Dissertation
•    Fashion tech workshop
•    Workwear workshop

Block 3 – Inter-school project (10 weeks) brings together in interdisciplinary teams students from several PSL programs. They work part-time on an exploration project proposed by an organization. Each group prepares a professional-level report, with the support of a tutor and regular progress reviews with each partner organization.

Block 4 – Professional experience (2 to 7 months) aims to develop professional experience: internship, experience in an entrepreneurial environment, research laboratory, etc...in France or abroad. For apprenticeship students, the professional experience extends beyond block 4.

Block 5 – Exploratory project (6 to 8 months). This block focus on the development of a personal or collaborative exploration project.

Each student chooses a set of blocks according to his or her previous academic background and professional project. It can leads to four training paths:

  • « Creation » : blocks 0+1+2+3+4+5 to follow complete training course at the heart of the Fashion & Materials programme (two-year course, design profiles only)
  • « Explorations » : blocks 0+1+2+3 to acquire fundamental skills for the development of exploration projects (one-year course, all profiles)
  • « Transformations » : blocks 0+1+5 understanding of evolutions in the sector (one-year course, all profiles)
  • « Proposition » : blocks 0+4+5 to focus on the development of a project (one-year course, all profiles)

International students

The PSL Welcome Desk offers individualized support to international students before and during their arrival (advice on administrative procedures: housing, visas, residence permits, health, transportation, etc.) to facilitate their settlement in Paris. Numerous cultural events are offered throughout the year to facilitate their integration within the PSL University.

Fashion & materials master's program academic staff

Prerequisites

- Master 1 (only for Creation track) : Students must have a Bachelor’s degree in fashion or textile design
- Master 2 :  Students must have reached the M1 level in one of the disciplines associated with training (design, management / organizational science, sciences or engineering).
For non-English speaking candidates, a good level of English is required - B2 minimum level (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
For non-French speaking candidates, a basic level of French is required - A2 minimum level Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

Admission process

For the academic year 2022/23, recruitments are planned:
- in master 1: only for the "Creation" track
- in master 2: all tracks

Recruitment is based on online application + interview

There are two sessions :

• Session 1 : Online application from January 26 to March 15, 2023 / Interviews from April 3 to 6, 2023 / Admission notification : April 11, 2023
• Session 2 : Online application from April 13 to May 31, 2023 : Interviews from June 19 to 21, 2023 : Admission notification : June 26, 2023

 
Applications include: a curriculum vitae, a cover letter, a portfolio for art students or a sample thesis for other students, at least one letter of recommendation, transcripts of grades from higher education, language certificates (English and/or French). An official translation of all documents that are neither in French nor in English is required.

Tuition fees

For the non-European Union candidates tuition fees for 2022-2023 academic year are 15,000 euros.
For the European Union candidates, tuition fees are based on total gross income of 2020 (2021 tax notice on 2020 income).

Overall gross income Tution fees
 

Scholarship students on social criteria
Refugee students holding an OFPRA card
Students with disabilities (holders of a disability card of 80% or more)

Fee exemption
Income less than 35,000 euros 1,000 euros
Between 35,000 and 45,000 euros 2,000 euros
Between 45,000 and 55,000 euros 3,000 euros
Between 55,000 and 70,000 euros 4,500 euros
Between 70,000 and 90,000 euros 6,000 euros
More than 90,000 euros 7,500 euros

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School for registration : Dauphine - PSL
Degree issued : Institutional Master’s degree conferred by Université PSL

A compter de la rentrée universitaire 2021 le Master Mode & Matière est ouvert à la formation continue.

Pré-requis

Les candidats doivent avoir un minimum de trois ans d’expérience professionnelle et être titulaires d’un diplôme de niveau Master 1 dans l’une des disciplines associées à la formation (design, management / sciences des organisations, sciences et ingénierie) ou avoir obtenu un niveau admis comme équivalent.

Une maîtrise courante de la langue anglaise est également demandée :
•    Attestation d’un score minimum : IELTS 6,5 / TOEFL iBT 92 (dans le contexte de la crise sanitaire, les tests IELTS Indicator et TOEFL iBT Home Edition sont acceptés)
•    Les candidats qui ont étudié ou travaillé dans des institutions anglophones n’ont pas besoin de fournir d’attestation de leur niveau d’anglais
Pour les candidats non-francophones, une maîtrise basique de la langue française est nécessaire (niveau B1/B2 ou DALF).

Process de recrutement

Pour l'année universitaire 2022/23, des recrutements sont prévus en master 2 pour toutes les trajectoires proposées.
Les recrutements se font sur dossier et entretien.
Les candidatures s’effectuent en ligne sur la plateforme de candidature de PSL.
Le candidat peut y déposer son dossier et consulter les résultats des différentes phases. Seules les inscriptions réalisées sur cette plateforme seront acceptées.

Les dossiers de candidature comprennent : un curriculum vitae, une lettre de motivation, un portfolio pour les candidats de formation artistique, au moins une lettre de recommandation, les relevés de notes des formations post-bac, les attestations de niveau de langue (anglais et/ou français). Une traduction officielle de tous les documents dans des langues autres que le français et l’anglais est demandée. Les candidats devront également renseigner également dans leur dossier de candidature un résumé de deux pages maximum de leur parcours professionnel et des compétences développées.

Frais de scolarité
Le tarif de la formation est de 15 000 euros.
La formation est éligible au Compte Personnel de Formation (CPF).
Numéro RNCP de la formation : 34746

Bianca, Alumna of the master's degree in Fashion and Materials

“My goal is to democratize textile recycling in the fashion industry by creating new materials from waste in the denim industry”

Bianca tell us her experience within the Fashion and Materials Master's program, a collaboration between Dauphine - PSL, MINES Paris - PSL and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD). Driven by the desire to change the fashion industry by creating new sustainable materials, she explain what led her here and presents us "Denimistry", her final year study project.

BIANCA

EDUCATION

Which PSL Component Schools contribute to this program?

Dauphine – PSL, the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (EnsAD) and MINES Paristech – PSL contribute to the program.
The teaching team is multidisciplinary, and is composed of teachers from not only these institutions but also    other academic institutions as well as the professional world.

Where are the courses taught?

Theoretical and technical courses are mainly taught in the ENAMOMA workshop in Résidence St Jacques and at the Université Paris-Dauphine. Students also have access to the material library, to the workshops offered by EnsAD ( can be accessed by taking an appointment with the technicians) as well as to the fablab of MINES Paris - PSL. The Mode & Matière programme also takes place at LA CASERNE, the first Parisian accelerator for eco-responsible fashion.

What degree is awarded at the end of the course?

The  degree awarded by Université PSL is a Master’s degree (recognized by the State). The RNCP data sheet for this level 7 program can be consulted on the France Compétences website.

I am applying for Master’s degree Year 1, how do I choose my track?

For Master 1 (M1) applicants , only one track is possible: the “Creation” track. This  enables students to follow all the blocks of courses over the two years.

I am applying for Master’s degree Year 2, how do I choose my track?

For Master 2 (M2) applicants, there are 3 possible tracks depending on the student’s academic background and project:

  • “Explorations”
  • “Transformations”
  • “Proposition”

See the Curriculum tab for more details

All students enrolling for the program follow the introductory courses in Block 0 “Fundamentals of management, fashion and materials”.
Next they choose one of three tracks according to their preference:
-    Semester 1:

  • Strengthening their skills in ecodesign (Block 1)
  •  Or strengthening their professional experience (Block 4)

-    Semester 2:

  • Developing their understanding of the methods and dynamics of innovation (Blocks 2 and 3)
  • Or developing a personal exploratory project (Block 5)

The choice of track can be discussed during the interview stage of the admission process with the teaching team (and modified if necessary).

 

How do I choose between traditional initial training and apprenticeship training?

Full-time students who follow the program in the traditional initial training mode have free time on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, which they can then devote to different goals. For example: more in-depth personal work, developing an entrepreneurial project (with support from PSL Pépite) or a research project. They can also attend courses on other PSL programs in various disciplines, depending on scheduling and whether places are available. Language classes are also on offer (foreign languages or French for non-French speakers).

Following the apprenticeship training path enables students to take advantage of professional immersion within an organization for one to two years. Apprentices are at the university 2 days per week and also have several intensive weeks of courses throughout the year. Depending on their track, they also spend 2 to 6 months full-time in the company. Registration fees are paid by the professional branch and as remuneration apprentices receive a percentage of the minimum wage, according to their age, their experience in the apprenticeship and their course of study. This is a demanding and stimulating work scheme for the apprentices, who undertake to invest as much in their academic training as in their work with their employer.

 

Is it possible to do an internship at the end of the master's degree?

Yes, students enrolled in "formation initiale" can benefit (without administrative re-registration) from an internship agreement lasting until the date of the end-of-year jury. (beginning of December 2023)

 

PREREQUISITES FOR ADMISSION TO THE COURSE

Is technical knowledge of fashion and textiles necessary in order to follow the course? What type of learning does the program offer in this field?

Students with a management / organizational sciences, sciences and engineering profile can apply for the Master’s Year 2 with no previous training in clothing design or textiles. There will be an introductory course at the beginning of the year so that students can learn the essential vocabulary and actions.
Note, however, that this is simply an introduction which does not aim to develop a dual expertise. The aim of the Fashion & Materials Master’s degree is to enable students to acquire a basic knowledge and view of subjects outside their usual area of expertise, so that they can grasp the issues across different disciplines. Students arrive on the course with their own expertise, which they retain, build on and enhance throughout the program, as they interact  with other students and the multidisciplinary teaching team.

 

I followed a Bachelor-type program for 4 years, what level is this considered to be equivalent to?

Holders of a “Bachelor’s” diploma, obtained as part of a 3- or 4-year program, in France or abroad have the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree. With this, it is possible to apply for the Master’s Year 1.

To apply for Master’s Year 2, candidates must have a Master’s Year 1 or equivalent.

Can candidates with a management/organizational science, science and engineering profile apply for a Master 1?

No. Year 1 of the master's degree in Fashion & Materials is only open to students with a Bachelor's degree in artistic studies, in clothing or textile design.
Candidates with a management/organizational science, science and engineering background can apply for the Master 2 in Fashion & Materials. Direct entry into the Master 2 program is also possible for candidates with an artistic background.
Candidates with a management/organizational science background and a Bachelor's degree who are interested in research training may apply for the D.U. Research in Management - First Year offered by Dauphine, specifying in their cover letter their interest in continuing with the Master 2 Fashion & Material in the second year.

 

What is the level of English required to apply?

The attestation of a minimum B2 level is required for non-English speaking candidates in reference to the levels of the European Framework of Reference for Languages.
It is preferable to attach the certificate when applying via the platform.
If you are unable to submit this document when applying, you may attach a registration proof for a test or any useful information about your level.
Any applicant who has not provided the requested certification at the time of application will be required to submit it by June 20, 2023 via enamoma@psl.eu.
Applicants who have studied or worked in English-speaking institutions for at least one year do not need to provide any proof of their English level.

 

What is the level of French required to apply?

A basic level of French language is required for non-French speaking applicants with a minimum level of A2.
If you are unable to submit this document when applying you may attach a registration proof for a test or any other useful information about your level.
Any applicant who has not provided the requested certification at the time of application will be required to submit it by June 20, 2023 via enamoma@psl.eu.
Applicants who have studied or worked in French institutions for at least one year do not need to provide any proof of their level of French.

ADMISSION PROCESS

What documents are required for the application?

See the Admissions tab for details on the documents to include in the application.
In addition to providing the required documents, when applicable, candidates should also indicate their choice of track and study format (traditional initial training or apprenticeship training).

 

 

I don’t have my academic transcripts yet, how do I finalize my application?

You can make a sworn statement of all the grades you obtained. The original transcripts must be produced at the time of final enrollment.      
Note, anyone making a false declaration for themselves or for another person is liable to the penalties set out in Article 441-1 of the French Penal Code, with punishments of up to three years in prison and a fine of €45,000.

 

The application deadline has passed, so I can't apply on the platform. Can I send my application by email?

Applications must be submitted on the PSL admissions platform. If they are submitted after the deadline or if they are incomplete, they will be inadmissible, with no appeal possible.

 

Does my choice of track at the time of application have to be definitive?

No, this choice is only given as a guide when you apply and can be discussed during the interview with the teaching team. The same goes for the choice between traditional initial training and apprenticeship training.

I have been put on the waiting list, when am I likely to hear if my application is successful?

If your application is on the waiting list, you could be informed about your admission at any time, as it depends on confirmation of  successful candidates during different admission sessions.

I have a technical problem or some other question about my application, who should I contact?

For any technical question about your application file on the platform, contact the PSL admissions service.
For any question specific to the program, contact the teaching team for the Master’s degree in Fashion & Materials.

How do I prepare for the interviews? What criteria will the jury assess?

Students are selected on the basis of academic performance, professional experience, level of commitment and motivation. For eligible applicants, the purpose of the interview stage is to get a better assessment, in particular, by considering the following points     :

  • General understanding of the curriculum and whether it is a suitable match for the candidate’s profile and personal project
  • Interest in issues relating to the transformation of the world of fashion and materials
     
  • Ability to flourish in the teaching context of the program

During the interview, the jury will also assess candidates’ level of English, and for non-Francophones their basic command of French.

 

How many students will be recruited in 2022?

10 students will be recruited in the first year (M1) and 20 students in the second year (M2) for the start of the academic year in September 2022.

 

Can I apply for the second session if my application was not successful in the first session?

No. I you are not admitted, you can apply again the following year.

ADMISSION AND ENROLLMENT

I have to confirm my admission within 15 days but I am waiting for other results. What should I do?

You can confirm your application and wait for the notification of the other applications. If you do not confirm your application, you will lose your admission. When confirming your application, please inform us at enamoma@psl.eu if you are still waiting for further results.

What are the formalities for me to enroll for the course?

To complete enrollment:

  • Your application must have been accepted by the training program
  • You must have confirmed your acceptance on the application platform
  • You must have received your confirmation to enroll
  • You must send all the required documents (especially the certificate showing you have the level of diploma required and the certificate showing your language level)

If any of these documents is missing, you will not be able to pay your tuition fees, obtain your student card or your school registration certificate

Do I have to go to the University to enroll?

Enrollment for the Master’s degree in Fashion & Materials is an online procedure and is offered by Université Paris-Dauphine – PSL. This procedure is described in the enrolment confirmation document sent to you by email. The procedure described in the email must be followed carefully.

TUITION FEES

How much are the tuition fees for the initial training, the apprenticeship training and the lifelong learning?

Initial training: go to the Admissions tab for the tuition fees.
Apprenticeship training: apprentices are full-time employees and, via the professional branches, their company pays the fees for the course.
Lifelong learning: go to the Lifelong learning tab for the tuition fees.

When are students no longer considered to be attached to their parents’ tax household?

Students are detached from their parents’ tax household if they can show that they are financially independent (all the following conditions must be met):

  • The student lives at a different address from his or her parents
  • The student no longer receives material support from his or her parents/guardians

  • The student makes his or her own income tax declaration (2021 tax declaration on 2020 income)
  • The student has declared a gross overall income equal to and/or greater than €8,000
How do I apply for a Grant based on social criteria?

Applications are made directly on the Paris CROUS website. The Fashion & Materials program can be found on the Dauphine drop-down list.

 

APPRENTICESHIP

 

How long is an apprenticeship contract?

Students who join the program in Master’s Year 1 commit to a two-year contract. Students who join in Master’s Year 2 commit to a one-year contract.

What is the maximum age to be eligible for an apprenticeship contract?

Since 1st January 2019, the age limit for signing an apprenticeship contract has been set at 29, unless you have a recognized disability.

Which apprentice training center (Centre de Formation des Apprentis) is associated with the program?

Formasup Paris IDF organizes the work-study contracts for apprentices attached to the program. Go to the CFA website for more information on the apprenticeship system.

 

LIFELONG LEARNING

How do I know if my status falls under Lifelong learning?

Anyone wishing to resume their studies after an interruption of at least 2 years and have at least 3 years of professional experience is eligible for lifelong learning.

How do I show that I have the required academic level?

To join the program at Master’s Year 2 as a lifelong learner, you must have a Master’s Year 1 diploma in one of the disciplines associated with the program (design, management / organizational sciences, sciences and engineering) or have achieved a level recognized as equivalent. This equivalence is assessed from a 2-page (maximum) summary which you submit with your application. This should describe your professional career path and the skills you have developed. Further information may be requested later.

How is the reception of lifelong learning students organized within the program?

Lifelong learning students study within the same group as students in traditional initial training and apprenticeship training.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Is there a PSL welcome service for international students?

The PSL Welcome Desk provides support for students with all their administrative procedures (before and after their arrival) and offers a series of cultural activities throughout the year: Renewal of residence permits, Accommodation and insurance, Health, Transport, Student Jobs, Museum visits, language exchange, etc.

 

Should I apply via the PSL admissions platform or via Campus France?

International candidates are invited to submit their application directly to the PSL platform.
Alternatively, the application can be submitted from the CampusArt website for candidates who live in a country using the “Études en France” (Studying in France) procedure (Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo Brazzaville, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Djibouti, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Niger, Nigeria, Peru, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Chad, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam).

 

Are international students allowed to enroll for apprenticeship training?

The apprenticeship scheme is open to all European Union and non-European Union students.
Applicants from outside the European Union must have a student (“étudiant”) residence permit.
A good command of French is required (B2/C1 level) to make it easier to look for an apprenticeship contract.

TRAINING THROUGH/ IN RESEARCH AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS

What is a Graduate Program?

Following the model of graduate schools at the top international universities, and unprecedented among higher education institutions in France, PSL’s graduate programs offer top-level graduate training at Master’s and Doctorate levels, based firmly on the scientific resources of all the PSL component schools. Your training will be based on research in PSL’s laboratories and those of our international partners, and year on year you will build your professional project, either in research (academic or industrial), the private sector or entrepreneurship.

Which graduate programs is the Fashion & Material Master's degree affiliated to?

Because it is an interdisciplinar program, the Master's degree in Fashion & Materials is part of the Management, Arts and Engineering graduate programs. Within the framework of the Management graduate program, it is possible to follow a double degree allowing the validation of the D.U. Research in Management 2 at the same time as the Master 2 in Fashion & Materials.

How to register for the double degree allowing the parallel validation of the D.U. Research in Management 2?

You can mention in your cover letter your interest in the double degree when you apply for the Master 2 in Fashion & Materials.

What are the tuition fees associated with the double degree?

For students already enrolled in the Master 2 in Fashion & Materials, registration to the D.U. RIM 2 is free.

Is it possible to follow the double degree in apprenticeship?

No, only students of the Master 2 in Fashion & Materials enrolled in initial training can apply for the D.U. RIM 2.

What additional courses and projects must be validated?

Most of the courses of the D.U. RIM 2 are validated directly by equivalence by following the Master 2 Fashion & Material. The complementary courses to be validated are: "Research design, quantitative and qualitative methodologies", "Advanced perspectives in organization theories", "SPOC DD & RSE" and "Research project".

What is the main language of instruction for the D.U. RIM 2?

The D.U. is mainly taught in English.

Are there dual diplomas associated with the Arts and Engineering Graduate Programs?

No, but students enrolled in initial training in the Master’s degree in Fashion & Materials are able to attend classes offered in the Arts and Engineering Graduate Programs as an auditor, provided they have the required qualifications. In this way they can improve their training both through research and by keeping up to date with broader research developments in other fields.

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