A leader in training for image-related careers, GOBELINS l’École de l’Image is one of the 11 schools administered by the Paris chamber of commerce and
industry (CCIP). GOBELINS enrolls more than 700 students and apprentices, as well as some 1,400 interns and trainees engaged in several forms of
continuing education programs (corporate, distance). 86% of graduates find a job within 6 months of graduation. The school’s continuing education
programs are ISO 9001–certified (2008 standard).
GOBELINS students are future specialists, capable of analyzing their clients’ requirements and devising creative, responsive solutions. GOBELINS trains
those specialists through a variety of programs delivered full-time and face-to-face, through alternating periods of work and study, or through continuing education. Instruction is offered in multimedia, animated film,
graphic communication, photography, video, and sound.
For more than 40 years, GOBELINS has been a valued partner of leading firms in image-based industries in France and around the world.
Main programmes of study:
• Graphic design
• Animated film
• Communication and graphics industries
Maintain a strong relationship with companies
Professionals participate in juries, advisory boards as well as numerous other meetings and events. They offer a high-level quality assurance at GOBELINS by guaranteeing the training corresponds to the needs of the different professional sectors.
The school also maintains constant, productive ties with representative bodies and professional institutions. The many consultants and experts sent by companies teach and advise on projects, reinforcing its strong link with the professional sector.
Focus on innovative pedagogical projects
The guiding principle of the pedagogical choices of the school is to ensure that each student, apprentice, and trainee at GOBELINS receives the instruction needed to acquire solid technical skills as well as a good cultural education. In turn, this will allow graduates to successfully join companies, work on professional projects, and adapt to changes in their future professions.