In an effort to recruit and promote emerging animation talent, Netflix and GOBELINS are now awarding six scholarships to African students beginning in September 2023.
This two-year course taught in English is intended to help students attain a professional level, particularly in directing and storytelling in a multicultural setting.
In addition to exercises in writing, storyboarding, and complicated animation (mixed techniques, interactive characters), students participate in a film with an open theme under settings resembling those of a professional setting.
- Type: Undergraduate
- Organisation: Netflix
- Country to study: France
- School to study: Not specified
- Course to study: Not specified
- Gender: Men and Women
- Application Deadline: March 2, 2023
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They will cover tuition costs for the duration of the programme (3 years for the BA, 2 years for the MA).
The grants will assist six students admitted to the Master of Arts in Character Animation and Animated Filmmaking programme at GOBELINS.
How to apply
Interested and qualified? Go to Netflix on www.gobelins-school.com to apply
If you require assistance with the application procedure, please contact:
Head of the Character Animation and Animated Filmmaking Master’s programme
International Development Officer
For more details visit: the website
March 2, 2023
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