Entrance ExaminationART & DESIGN PREPARATORY CLASS
HOW’S THE ENTRANCE GOING?
Admission to the Classe Préparatoire Art & Design is open to students in Terminale or holders of the Baccalaureate, all series combined.
Students are selected on the basis of drawing tests and interviews. The deadline for registration for the competition is midnight on 10 April 2020. An invitation is sent by email a few days before the date of the tests. The competition consists of 2 creativity tests and an oral interview where the candidate must assert his or her motivation, if possible by means of a portfolio.
If your application is accepted, you will be given priority to submit your application form within the deadlines announced in the email. If your application is placed on the waiting list, our teams will get back to you as soon as an opportunity arises. If your application is rejected, your tests are insufficient and do not allow you to join RUBIKA.
In order to facilitate the admission of students residing outside mainland France, RUBIKA offers a distance learning entrance, in partnership with approved structures: French high schools, universities, consulates and embassies. For more information, please contact Amandine Matos Jimenez (International Relations Manager): firstname.lastname@example.org.
DETAILS AND CONTENT OF PROOFS
- Motivation Interview
Duration: 20 minutes | Coefficient: 40%
Preliminary round if score below average
- Creativity 1 « Observation Drawing »
Duration: 1 hour | Coefficient : 30%
- Creativity 2 « Creatif Drawing »
Duration: 2 hours | Coefficient : 30%
TIPS AND ENTRANCE PRE-REQUISITES
It is always better to be able to present drawings, notebooks, and graphic work, to show that the candidate feels concerned by these studies. You have to come to this test with clear ideas about your motivations for wanting to express yourself through the graphic arts. With regard to the courses given in the Preparatory Class, it is not obligatory to have a fixed objective for the rest of the course. The candidate may well develop an interest in one section instead of another.