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GOBELINS and PANDANIM are offering two scholarships for Chinese students participating in the Animation Talent Booster (ATB) programme

GOBELINS and PANDANIM are offering two scholarships for Chinese students participating in the Animation Talent Booster (ATB) programme

GOBELINS and PANDANIM are very proud to inaugurate a new phase in their partnership and to keep strengthening the ties between France and China in the field of Animation.

The production and training centre PANDANIM and GOBELINS have been collaborating for over a year now setting up the Animation Talent Booster (ATB) partnership. With a view to deepening relations between France and China, the two partners have been regularly organising 2D and 3D Animation workshops for Chinese beginners or Arts graduates in Paris and online. After joining the programme, some of these students may apply directly to French Animation schools.

Today, the provision of two scholarships by PANDANIM is a new step that directly supports the diversity and excellence of the international student community at GOBELINS. Up to four students who successfully completed the ATB programme and who would be admitted to the Master of Arts of GOBELINS will receive a scholarship of 1.000 euros destined to organise his or her settlement in France. The other scholarship will be granted to a Chinese student who will also need to have completed the ATB programme, enabling him or her to join freely the online course of GOBELINS on Visual Storytelling.

Published on 8 December 2020

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