TURN YOUR PASSION INTO YOUR PROFESSION!
The entrance exam for the international class in 3D animation is open to students who graduated from high school or are in their final year.
If you are interested, you can book an interview with our educational director. Following the interview, you may be asked to take additional tests in late June/early July. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
➔ Senior high school student
➔ High school graduate
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How can I best prepare for the entrance exam?
➔ Draw every day: you can easily produce one drawing a day … Creative or observational, it doesn’t matter but draw!
➔ Cultivate yourself: watch films, news reports, read books, etc. This will feed your imagination and creativity!
➔ Find out about the professions and techniques related to the field you want to work in!
Are the exam assignments from previous years available?
No, unfortunately they aren’t. However, here is a selection of books that will help you to better prepare for the exam:
- Michael Hampton – Figure drawing
- Terryl Whitlatch – Animals, Real and imagined
- Scott Robertson – How to draw sketches and environments
- Richard Williams – The Animator’s survival kit
- Stephen Silver – The Silver way – Techniques, Tips and Tutorials
You can also visit these websites:
- The Art of Animation (Facebook page)
- Wallpapers and Artworks (Facebook page)
- Character Design References (Facebook page)
- Creature Box (Facebook page)
What are the expectations for the portfolio?
Is an English proficiency language certificate required?
Although an official certificate is not required, you must have a good level of English (B2 – C2) that will be tested through the different tests.
How many students are accepted?
24 students in the 1st year of 3D Animation International class.
How many people take the entrance exam?
Approximately 800 candidates take the exam, all programs combined.