Design & graphic arts
The 2nd and 3rd years of the Bachelor are organized equally between illustration, animation and graphic skills and aim to master communication and narrative competencies.
Technical and professional skills are acquired in concert with creative development in order to be able to respond to commissioned work.
A comic /cartoon option is available on Marseille and Toulouse campuses, beginning on year 2. After the Bachelor, students may continue their studies in Master in Illustration & Comics, Master in Animation-Motion design or Master in communication strategy.
The Bachelor in illustration & film animation program is based on the DMA Illustration curriculum.
|Bachelor in illustration & film animation||WEEKLY CONTACT HOURS||ECTS CREDITS|
|Visual arts and contemporary culture|
|Drawing and live modelling|
|Conception – creation||19h||60|
|Animation workshop, acoustic design|
|Graphic Design, Motion Design|
|Professional and identity practice||-||24+5|
|Real-life cases : end of study tests|
|Webzine creation (optional)|
Educational content is subject to changes as a result of school organizational requirements, and, or, implementation of State guidelines. In Marseille and Toulouse, the program differs significantly, please contact the school directly.
Admission to the undergraduate course is based on a personal interview and the presentation of portfolio. Only those students who have passed their baccalauréat or a foreign equivalent and who can demonstrate that they have at least one year (or 60 ECTS credits) of higher education artistic training may be admitted.
International students may apply directly through our site’s dedicated page. We will be happy to assist them during this process.
The Bachelor is accredited as a Bachelor of Fine Arts – Illustration and film animation Option, by the European Accreditation Board of Higher Education Schools.
Students are eligible for the ERASMUS exchange programme under certain conditions.
Most of our students pursue their studies with our Master in illustration.
However, other students prefer to continue in the Master in film animation, in a fine art school or at ENSAD.
Where to find this program ?
Teaching methods focus on traditional (drawing, color, engraving, screen printing) and digital techniques, with a strong emphasis put on the creation, story line, narrative and techniques of illustration and film animation..