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École supérieure de réalisation audiovisuelle (ESRA) is a group of internationally-respected film schools based in France and Belgium. Its four campuses are dotted across the beautiful cities of Paris, Nice, Rennes, and Brussels.
Each of the School’s campuses is equipped with industry-standard facilities and equipment, including studios, cameras, sets, lighting, and sound equipment. Students also have access to an extensive media library that is filled with over 12,000 films, specialist books, and other useful resources.
Students can choose from a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in subjects like screenwriting, film, animation, production, and cinematography.
The School’s expert faculty draw upon their professional industry experience to equip students with theoretical knowledge and applied practical skills they’ll need to get a headstart in the increasingly competitive global industry.
Students can connect with over 8,000 of the School’s alumni who are currently working in the audiovisual and film industry
ESRA is the only private film school in France that can award bachelor’s degrees to students
The School’s campuses are based in cities with a thriving music, film, theater, and cultural scene
Students can spend an additional year working on projects under the bright lights of New York City
ESRA’s reputation as one of Europe’s leading film schools means that students travel from far and wide to study here. Therefore, the School is home to a diverse and international student body.
Since English is the world’s second most widely-spoken language, the school runs several English-taught programs to meet the educational needs of its international students. This means that all students can develop a solid understanding of filmmaking, even if they don’t speak French, German, or Dutch.
Although housing isn’t offered on-campus, each school has a dedicated office to help international students find appropriate accommodation.
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If an ESRA International program is fully enrolled (20 to 30 students per class), a few scholarships will be offered to students to cover part of their tuition fees (an average of 15%), on the basis of merit and of financial need. Only applicants who have sent a full application will be considered for the scholarships, which are only for students who cannot, even with the financial assistance of their parents or guardians, afford to pay full tuition. Scholarships cover school tuition, not accommodation or travel expenses, which students must be able to cover.
ESRA International Film School
135 Avenue Felix Faure 75015 Paris – France
ESRA International Film School is part of the ESRA Group, the most important Film school in France. The program takes place in a 1,200 student campus in the heart of Paris, the 15 arrondissements, close to the Eiffel Tower and major cultural sites.
Many international students will require a visa to study in France, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.France student visa requirements