International

A couple of years ago, the Times magazine published an article* on how studying or working abroad makes you a more creative, flexible and complex thinker (Paul, 2014).

All three fields of Rubika, Design, Animation and Game, are becoming ever more global, and a study / work experience in another country can bring endless benefits to your personal and professional development. If you are either a Rubika student wishing to go abroad, or an international student wishing to have an experience in our French campus, read on and begin preparing your journey!

* Paul, A.M. (2014) How studying or working abroad makes you smarter. Available at: http://time.com/79937/how-studying-or-working-abroad-makes-you-smarter/ (Accessed: 1 June 2016).

Our international strategies: download here
Rubika Erasmus & charters: download here

International Full-time
applicants

Coming to Rubika as a full-time students offers a great opportunity to study in a worldwide renowned School, with students that are awarded each year a number of international prizes.

Exchange programs
Incoming students

Spending a semester or a year in Rubika is a rich and fulfilling experience. It is also an opportunity to learn, grow and experience design, animation or game in a top french school.

Study-abroad programs
and internships

Taking part in an international program during your studies may be one of the most beneficial experiences. Other cultures, other ways of thinking and learning can help you grow personally and professionally.

International Summer Programs @Rubika

Experience Design, Animation or video game à la francaise joining Rubika for specialised courses in Summer 2017.

Campus Valenciennes (France)
2 rue Peclet
59300 Valenciennes
Tél: +33 (0)3 61 10 12 20
Campus Montréal (Canada)
5455 Avenue de Gaspé - Suite 430
H2T-3B2 Montréal, QC
Tél: 1 514-312-9234
Campus Puné (Inde)
Survey 54/55, Tarwadi, Pune-Solapur road
Pune – 412308 – Maharasthra, India
Tél: +91 (20)6 678 43 10