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Since its creation in 1984, ECV has chosen to establish itself in creative ans dynamic cities. With 5 locations in France (Paris, Bordeaux, Aix-en-Provence, Nantes and Lille) and 6 abroad (including 4 campuses members of AD Education), ECV is the leading school in the sectors of Design, Digital, Animation and Game.



ECV was founding in 1984 in Paris. Establishing itself in the world capital of arts and culture has led to the development of numerous partnerships with major institutions in the fields of Design, Animation, Digital and Video Game. The schools are located in historic districts of Paris and are easily accessible by public transport.



In 1991, ECV opened a campus in Bordeaux, and was the first private school inthe city to offer programmes in Design and 2D/3D Animation. ECV Bordeaux was able to quicly forge strong relationship with key players in the design, animation, gaming and digital industries. Today the school is located in two different iconic areas of Bordeaux : the Chartrons district and Bassins à flot district.



Opened in 1998, ECV Aix-en-Provence is the leading school in Applied Arts in the southeastern region of France. As confirmed student city, the relaxed lifestyle and cultural vitality punctuate the daily lives of our student. In its 20 years of existence, the school has been able to develop partnerships with local actors, as well as take on an international dimension.



The school is located in the heart of Nantes, just a few steps from the Tower of Britnay, where it has been since opening in September 2001. The students of the different courses are all gathered on the same close-knit site, therefore favoring cross-discipline learning. Experimentation, creativity, culture and curiosity are the keywords of ECV Nantes teaching method.



In September 2011, ECV decided to set up in Lille, World Cultural Capital of Design. Thanks to its ecosystem of dynamic actors, Lille has reinvented itself and established itself on the economic and cultural scene. Located in the heart of the city and near both train stations (Europe and Flanders), the school is part of the buzzing urban life and an openness to the world.