GOBELINS and Netflix are offering scholarship opportunities for African Animators
Come join Celeste, Jennifer, Razahk, Mogau, Leroy, and Feben!
With a view to recruiting and promoting new Animation talents, Netflix and GOBELINS are currently offering six scholarships for students from the African continent for the September 2021 intake:
- 3 scholarships for undergraduates;
- 3 scholarships for graduates.
The scholarships will benefit six students who will successfully be admitted to GOBELINS' Bachelor of Arts in Character Animation and Animated Filmmaking and Master of Arts in Character Animation and Animated Filmmaking. They will cover the tuition fees for the entire length of the programme (3 years for the BA, 2 years for the MA).
ATTENTION: Scholarships selection results for both programmes will be announced in June 2021 for students to start their academic year in September 2021.
Read more about our programmes and how to apply below:
- Bachelor of Arts in Character Animation and Animated Filmmaking
- Master of Arts in Character Animation and Animated Filmmaking
And, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on 8 January 2021Back to news
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