ISART: an international influence
A WORLDWIDE RECOGNITION
- The quality of the ISART Digital school is recognized worldwide.
The school has been ranked 2nd best school in the world of video games by the GamEducation organization.
The evaluation criteria are based on the professional situations of the graduates, as well as on the quality of the student projects.
- The talent of the students shines throughout the world. Their projects are regularly rewarded by the most important competitions and festivals.
ISART Digital creates many international exchange opportunities to facilitate fruitful relationships with industry professionals and students from all over the world. ISART attracts many international professionals from companies such as Pixar (United States), Nintendo (Japan) or DNEG (Canada)...
Around the world
ISART Digital is located in leading countries of the video game and cinema 3D-FX industries.
With the flagship campus in Paris, ISART offers students the unique and enriching experience of studying and working in Canada and Japan.
This international openness is essential to ensure the success of students and their mobility in the professional world.
ISART Digital is convinced that the collaboration between Canada and France is an essential asset for the dynamism of the video game, 3D animation and digital special effects sectors.
The school is located in the heart of Montreal, a stone's throw from the largest studios.
The school is located in Paris, at the center of an exceptional network of digital industries.
ISART Digital Paris attracts many French and international companies and speakers, who come to meet students and participate in the life of the school.
ISART Digital has signed partnerships of excellence with two renowned schools: Tokyo University of Technology (TUT) and Niigata Computer College (Student Grand Prize at the Tokyo Game Show).
Students have the opportunity to go for a short or long stay, to discover or deepen a topic of research.
ISART Digital has chosen the city of Nice for the location of its future campus (temporary premises until 2025).
This campus will be home to ISART Game Business School, the first ISART business school to train in Game & Creative Management; as well as the school's historic Game Art program.
Many ISART students and graduates are preparing for international careers.
ISART believes in the personal and professional enrichment that experience abroad brings to the student, so the school does everything possible to promote multi-cultural and international careers.
- Conversation exchange
- Active English
- Individualized Career Guidance courses specific to international aspects and cultural habits
- Partnerships with international companies
- Support from alumni working in foreign studios
mastering professional English
Video Game and 3D-FX Animation professions are practiced all over the world and English, including its jargon, is the main language used.
Understanding, communicating and interacting in English must become natural as a part of working in these industries.
ISART Digital's Active English Department strives to make English a living and interactive subject through theoretical and practical courses, discussing various subjects related to industry, holding conversational exchanges with foreign students, preparing for the TOEIC, presenting to juries in English.
Students are effectively prepared and ready to work in an international team.