The School

Ranked as the world's leading school for animation, GOBELINS offers a complete curriculum from Bachelor to Master of Arts, an English-language program and a French-language program with a double degree, as well as a one-year preparatory program. Workshops for young and old, and internships for professionals complete our offerings.

GOBELINS also offers programs in all image-related fields, from design to production in all its forms (still, animated, interactive, 3D), and from 4.0 printing to Virtual Reality.

Full-time programmes

Quick facts

1105
studentsincluding 508 apprenticeships
97 %
professional insertion
(after 6 month)
500
lecturers
+ 20.000
continuing education trainees

Founded over fifty years ago, GOBELINS has become a leader among schools for the visual arts.

GOBELINS sets itself apart by preparing students to work in a wide range of professions within the visual arts. Offering degree programs for creating images in a variety their forms (print, animation, interactive, 3D, virtual reality), GOBELINS believes in project based learning from concept through production.  Courses are offered at both our campus in the center of Paris and online.

As a part of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Paris Ile-de-France region, GOBELINS is a public institution that welcomes more than 1105 students and includes 508 apprenticeships.  From the French Baccalauréat to the Master of Arts, six different departments of study train students in the skills most sought by firms in AnimationGraphic Design/Motion DesignPhotographyWeb & Mobile DesignPrinted and multimedia CommunicationVideo Game and Audio and Video (filming and post-production).

More than 2000 employees, entrepreneurs, and authors also choose to perfect their skills by attending continuing education programs at GOBELINS each year.

Main GOBELINS film awards

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OKTAPODI
Oscar nominee for Best Animated Short Film in 2009.

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LA BESTIA
Annie Award for Best Student Film in 2021.

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BEST FRIEND
Annie Award for Best Student Film in 2018.

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THE OSTRICH POLITIC,
BAFTA Student Award for Best Animated Film in 2018.

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GOBELINS notable alumni

Benjamin-Renner

Benjamin RENNER

Benjamin Renner’s film Ernest and Celestine was nominated for both an Oscar and an Annie Award for Best Animated Feature.  Ernest and Celestine also won a César award for Best Animated Feature.  He was also nominated for an Annie Award and won the César for his next film, The Big Bad Fox.
 

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Eléa GROBBÉ-MERVELLEC

Eléa's feature film "Les Hirondelles de Kaboul" was nominated in Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival and won the Gan Foundation Award the the Annecy Film Festival.  Les Hirondelles was also nominated for the Cristal Award at Annecy.
 

Pierre-Coffin

Pierre COFFIN

Nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film for his film Despicable Me.  He also received Annie Award and BAFTA Award nominations for Best Animated Feature for Despicable Me.  In addition he received an Annie Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Voice Acting for his portrayal of all the minion characters.  He was nominated again for Annie Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Voice Acting for his portrayals of the minions in Despicable Me 2 and Minions. 
 

Pierre-perifel

Pierre PERIFEL

Pierre directed the new Dreamworks animated feature film, The Bad Guys.  Previously he won an Annie Award for best character animation for Kung Fu Panda:  Secrets of the Furious Five.
 

Riad Satouf

Riad SATOUF

GOBELINS graduate Riad Satouf's feature film Les Beaux Gosses was nominated for two awards at the Cannes Film Festival and won the César for best first film. His renown graphic novel The Arab of the Future won the prize for best graphic novel at the Angoulême International Comics Festival.

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