GOBELINS around the World
GOBELINS, l’école de l’image, is a pioneering school in digital communication and interactive design. As our pedagogy is linked with the professional spheres, the talents we train are adapted to the requirements of the industry. We encourage the students to explore the world with an open, unique and visionary perspective, with Gobelins’ students obtaining internships in countries such as the USA, Japan, China, Canada, Russia, Germany and United Kingdom.
We are therefore dedicated to developing our international dimension, which will allow students to acquire the professional and multicultural skills necessary to work anywhere in the world. GOBELINS is forming a global and diverse network in the visual communication sector and supports academic exchanges. As a result of this, GOBELINS now works in partnership with
- California Institute of The Arts, USA
- Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany
- The Communication University of China
- Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Hungary
- The Animation Workshop, Denmark
- The University of South Wales in the United Kingdom.
The presence and success of GOBELINS student work in festivals and events around the world contribute to this international dimension by strengthening ties to foreign cultures and institutions. As well as this, GOBELINS co-organises and participates in numerous international projects including :
- The Summer Schools
- Master Classes
- Animation Sans Frontières
Published on 1 October 2015Back to news
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