ICAN

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ICAN, Institut de Création et Animation Numériques, is a private higher education institution that has existed for nearly 15 years and aims to train the digital designers of tomorrow. The school offers excellent courses, from Bac to Bac+5, allowing students to obtain state-recognized titles at levels 6 and 7.

Specializing in user experience, ICAN offers students programs organized around 5 areas: Game Design, 3D Design and Animation, Web and Digital, UX Design and Digital Comics.

Students are accompanied by professionals who guarantee the effectiveness of the skills transmitted and allow students to freely develop their creativity thanks to state-of-the-art equipment made available to them. Project-based teaching aims to validate the acquisition of knowledge and to allow students to build a portfolio.

The work-study program gives rhythm to the students’ lives and is a major asset in the acquisition of skills during their training. It contributes to their professionalization and helps them enter the job market.

The school is a member of the Réseau des Grandes Écoles Spécialisées (GES network), the Réseau des Ecoles du Jeu Vidéo and the Syndicat National du Jeu Vidéo. It is present on 3 campuses in France, in Paris, Lyon and Lille.

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ICAN, Institut de Création et Animation Numériques, is a private higher education institution that has existed for nearly 15 years and aims to train the digital designers of tomorrow. The school offers excellent courses, from Bac to Bac+5, allowing students to obtain state-recognized titles at levels 6 and 7.

Specializing in user experience, ICAN offers students programs organized around 5 areas: Game Design, 3D Design and Animation, Web and Digital, UX Design and Digital Comics.

Students are accompanied by professionals who guarantee the effectiveness of the skills transmitted and allow students to freely develop their creativity thanks to state-of-the-art equipment made available to them. Project-based teaching aims to validate the acquisition of knowledge and to allow students to build a portfolio.

The work-study program gives rhythm to the students' lives and is a major asset in the acquisition of skills during their training. It contributes to their professionalization and helps them enter the job market.

The school is a member of the Réseau des Grandes Écoles Spécialisées (GES network), the Réseau des Ecoles du Jeu Vidéo and the Syndicat National du Jeu Vidéo. It is present on 3 campuses in France, in Paris, Lyon and Lille.

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