How to finance your studies?
GOBELINS is committed to Equal Opportunities. The school offers its own scholarships following strict legal rules from the French Government. The school has also developed, throughout the years, several partnerships with institutions, sponsors, and companies to set up scholarships schemes for international students.
GOBELINS also provides individual guidance to help students with finding scholarships for their studies.
IMPORTANT: any scholarship provided by school and its partners will be available after the admission of the applicant. We are inviting students to apply even without scholarships.
Here is a list of the ways of financing your studies at GOBELINS.
For any further information you can contact:
- Cécile BLONDEL: email@example.com
1) EXTERNAL INSTITUTIONS
THE FRENCH MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SCHOLARSHIPS:
The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs offers scholarships to some foreign students wishing to study in France. To apply, please contact the General Consulate of your country, in Paris or the Cooperation and Cultural Action Department of the nearest French Institute of your country.
You may find the French Institute that is closer to you here.
The amount of these scholarships relies on different criteria depending on the country and the institutions involved.
We recommend contacting the institution before or during GOBELINS’s admission process.
Local embassies in Paris may offer scholarships in case of enrolment at a French higher education institution. They can also offer internship opportunities (for an average duration of three to twelve months) or high-level scientific research, cultural exchange, etc...
Find your embassy here.
CAMPUS France, the French Agency for the Promotion of French Higher Education has different scholarship programmes for students wishing to enroll into a Master in a French Institution.
Please check the list of scholarships here.
MOE SCHOLARSHIP FOR OVERSEAS STUDY IN ART & DESIGN:
The “MOE Scholarship Program for Overseas Study in Art and Design” is supervised by the Ministry of Education of Taïwan and run by the National Yunlin University of Science and Technology (NYUST).
NETFLIX SCHOLARSHIPS FOR AFRICAN STUDENTS:
NETFLIX and GOBELINS are currently offering scholarships for African animators. For the September 2021 intake and until 2024, the following opportunities are available:
The scholarship covers the tuition fees for the entire programme: 3 years for the Bachelor, 2 years for the Master. The deadline to apply is the same as the deadline of the programme chosen by the applicant. The results will be announced in June 2021, at the end of the admission process.
ATTENTION: The scholarship doesn’t take into account registration fees (150 euros) and living cost.
Cécile BLONDEL: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) FINANCIAL AID FROM FOUNDATIONS
Students with significant financial difficulties, who have obtained good grades in previous years, may submit a scholarship application form to the VALLET Foundation through GOBELINS in September. Each year, the foundation grants an individual scholarship to two international students in the Master of Arts programme of the school.
Further information in French here.
MARCEL BLEUSTEIN-BLANCHET SCHOLARSHIP:
The Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet foundation offers scholarship opportunities to incoming foreign students who are between 18 and 30 years old. Applicants must have a strong motivation and explain in detail why they are facing difficulties to pursue their studies.
Further information in French here.
For more information, please contact Michelle GUITTOT-MEROT: email@example.com
THE SISLEY SCHOLARSHIP:
The Sisley d'Ornano foundation offers a scholarship to an international student admitted in the first year of the Master of Arts in Character Animation and Animated Filmmaking. The scholarship covers the school fees.
More information in French here.