Coronavirus: Atelier de Sèvres supports its students through to the entrance exams
Following government announcements relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19), Atelier de Sèvres has put measures in place to enable its students to continue their training and prepare for the entrance exams to art and animation schools in the best conditions. Admissions procedures for the foundation and degree courses have also been adapted.
Continued learning via Blackboard Collaborate
Despite the school’s closure, thanks to the involvement of the entire teaching team, particularly the teachers, students have the possibility of following certain classes online via the Blackboard Collaborate platform. Animation foundation and animation degree students have access to Adobe suite software and TVPaint at home, allowing them to continue to work comfortably.
Individual student support for entrance exam applications will also take place remotely with teachers and advisers.
The teaching team supports students in monitoring any updates to entrance exam dates for the art and animation schools.
Distance admissions interviews
Admissions interviews for the start of the 2020 academic year will continue to take place, remotely via Skype.
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New admissions procedure for the animation degree course
The procedures for the entrance examination for the animation degree course at Atelier de Sèvres have also been reviewed and adapted. The first step, the submission of an artistic portfolio, will be done via a cloud link which will be sent to candidates registered for the entrance examination.
If educational establishments are required to remain closed beyond 1st May, the second stage of the entrance exam will take place remotely, with the written test taken online and the oral exam by Skype.