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ECV Creative Schools & Community

Opening up internationally is a key element in ECV’s training. Today, the international dimension and cultural blending of the Design, Animation and Digital professions are a clear demonstration of this for the future of our students. 80% of our students go abroad during their studies and each year, 20% of our student population is comprised of international students.

Top reasons to study here

  • Acknowledged by the great professional organisations of design and communications.
  • Numerous internships.
  • Close ties with agencies in France and abroad.

Master's Programmes

Arts, Design & Architecture (1)
Business & Management (1)

About

Education

Courses in Design and in Animation at ECV rely on simple and solid principles, including the mastery of drawing and design, which are the essence of a designer’s work. The educational method adapts to technological advancements and the contingencies of the professional environment.The course includes study trips and internships that are open to international students.

Career

ECV students evolve towards a number of careers in different branches at the end of their training.

After graduating from our Design course, you can look at a career as an art director, an illustrator, a motion designer, or in visual communication as a whole : visual identity, packaging, advertising, etc.

Animation graduates shall develop their skills in the fields of animated film and video games as 2D/3D animators, character designers, 3D modelling, scriptwriter, director, etc.

Student Life

Campus life

Studying one of the 5 schools at ECV is also a way to discover quality French teaching, as well as a vision of design that is specific to French culture, one that embraces worldwide creativity.

With schools in Paris, Bordeaux, Aix-en-Provence, Nantes, Lille, ECV has chosen to establish itself in the leading French cities. Each one of them has a national importance, as well as an international exposure.

Accreditation

ECV obtained the Erasmus University Charter (Paris, Bordeaux, Nantes and Aix-en-Provence) and is a member of the international Cumulus network.