So as to adapt to the current Covid-19 pandemic, Spéos has reorganized its teaching to ensure its primary mission: to train the photographers of tomorrow.

Spéos thus continues to work online, allowing its confined students — wherever they are in the world — to continue their program in close connection with their instructors.

Thanks to the digital tools made available, students and teachers have switched to various forms of distance learning, which is not a first in the school’s history. Already in 1993 — 27 years ago — Spéos was a a pioneer in distance learning, having set up transatlantic courses with Rochester Institute of Technology and Rhode Island School of Design via Numéris. Those classes back then were designed for Spéos students and the hearing impaired.
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At present, the school’s pedagogical approach has been entirely adapted to online training. A challenge taken up by the instructors and the administrative team, who are fully committed to ensure the continuity of all courses and programs.

During the lockdown, Spéos remains available to answer your questions, as well as to inform and advise you on our different professional photography programs. You can reach us via the most suitable channel, from Monday through Friday, from 10am to 7pm:

Admissions remain open and the school looks forward to reviewing your applications… as the September 2020 school year starts today!