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This website is published by:

IESA, the prestigious culture and art trade school 
A simplified joint-stock company with a share capital of €120,000 - Registered with the Trade Register of Paris under the number B 331 154 054 

APE activity code 8559A 
SIREN business identification number: 331 154 054 
SIRET business location number: 331 154 054 00034 
EU VAT number: FR 08 331 154 054 

Registered address: 5, avenue de l’Opéra 75001 Paris 
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 86 57 01 

Sectors of business: Adult and continuing education - Private higher technical education and teaching. 

French CNIL Declaration No. 795360 "IESA.FR" dated 8 March 2002. 
French CSA “Internet Service” Declaration "IESA.FR" dated 8 December 1998.


1.1.   Intellectual property

All of the content on the IESA site is copyright protected. Any recovery is subject to approval by the author.

Full or partial reproduction or representation of these sites in any medium whatsoever is absolutely prohibited without prior written authorization from the publication director.

You may, however, download or print pages and/or parts of the IESA site on paper for strictly personal use as long as you do not delete any copyright wording or any other wording concerning intellectual property rights.

Downloading or any other means of copying the information available on the IESA site does not grant any right to it under any circumstance. You may not reproduce (fully or partially), transfer (electronically or otherwise), modify or use the IESA site for public or commercial purposes.

The name IESA as well as the logo corresponding to this name are registered trademarks. You may not reproduce, delete, reuse or modify these distinctive symbols in any way when they appear on the website pages.


1.2   Site hosting

The site is hosted on the Microsoft Cloud (Azure) servers.

Microsoft Ireland Operations Limited

Block B Atrium Building - Sandyford Industrial Estate

Carmanhall Road – Dublin 18 – IRELAND

Tel : +353 1850 940 940 -


1.3.    Personal data processing

In order to offer you the best possible experience, quality informative content, access to specific information such as resources (brochure and application form, online registration), you may need to fill out forms. The information collected is then subject to a computer processing made necessary to ensure sales and marketing follow-up.

In accordance with the law "informatique et liberté" of January 6, 1978 amended in 2004, you have the right to access, rectify, modify and delete your personal data collected on the IESA website. You can exercise this right by sending an email to

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on May 25, 2018, defines the principles to be observed when collecting, processing and storing personal data. It also guarantees rights for the people concerned.


Goal :

The collection of personal data is carried out in order to allow the transmission of complementary or personalized information on programs or commercial offers of the IESA and the Studialis-Galileo network, to allow the online registration of these programs, and to be contacted by one of our advisors to assist you in your registration process for one of our programs.

All our forms have either a request for contact or registration (event or online registration) or a request for resources (brochure, application file, etc.) and collect information about the identity (name, first name, phone number, email address) and information about your academic level (language, degree, step, etc.) as part of the online application.


In accordance with the Data Protection Act, information relating to racial or ethnic origin, political, philosophical or religious opinion, trade union membership, health or sexual life of a person is not collected and is prohibited (sensitive data).

The information collected is for the exclusive use of IESA and the schools of the Studialis-Galileo network.

Rights of the people (art.16 to 20 of the RGPD):

In accordance with the Data Protection Act and the RGPD, all persons can exercise their right of access, rectification, opposition, limitation of treatments, deletion and portability of data concerning them by making the request by mail signed and accompanied by a copy of an identity document at the address of IESA's registered office.

Unsubscription to our newsletters

As part of our emails sending you to be aware of school events (such as Open Days, admission days) and school life, you can at any time unsubscribe by clicking on the link at the bottom of each emailing page.



1.4. Cookies policy

1.4.1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer upon visiting a site. It contains user data for easier browsing and enables certain functionalities such as storing content in a shopping cart, saving language settings on a site or even displaying targeted advertising.

1.4.2. What is the purpose of our cookies?

The cookies stored on your computer, your table or your cell phone allow us to recognize your browser upon connecting to our site. Concerned about the services we offer you, we use cookies to: 

  • establish traffic statistics (number of visits, pages viewed, etc.) in order to monitor and improve the quality of our services.
  • adapt the presentation of our site to the display preferences for your terminal.
  • to provide you with content that interests you and to customize offers for you. 

1.4.3. What happens if I don’t allow cookies?

If cookies are not authorized on your computer, your tablet or your cell phone, your experience with our website may be limited (you may not be able to freely browse the entire site, for example).

1.4.4. How can I disable / enable cookies?

You can activate/deactivate your cookies at any time.

You may choose to disable cookies in your browser at any time by following the instructions provided in your browser’s help files.

You may also adjust cookies directly in your browser settings.


1.5. Recording of telephone conversations

 We inform you that telephone conversations are likely to be recorded in order to measure and improve the quality of the speech and information given. In accordance with the law "Informatique et Libertés", you have a right to access and rectify data concerning you which will be stored for 30 days. To exercise this right, write to us at You may object to the retention of this recording during the call or by email by contacting please mention your surname, first name, telephone number and the reason for your request.