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Motto The graduate school of digital creativity
Established 2001
Type Private
President Nicolas Becqueret
Students 700[1]
Location Kremlin-Bicêtre, Bordeaux, Lyon, Nantes, Lille, France
Affiliations IONIS Education Group[2]
Website http://www.e-artsup.net/english.html

Coordinates: 48°48′55″N 2°21′47″E / 48.81528°N 2.36306°E / 48.81528; 2.36306

E-Artsup is a French private university[3] created in 2001[4] and specialized in digital creativity and multimedia.[5] The school is located at Kremlin-Bicêtre, Bordeaux, Lyon, Nantes[6] and Lille[7] and is part of IONIS Education Group.[8] The university delivers degrees recognized by French state which last five years.[9][10] There are approximately 30 graduates per year.[5] It is one of the only universities in France to specialize in digital creativity and multimedia.[11]

In April 2015, a new digital and innovative campus will open in Paris (Le Marais-Bastille) bringing together the Institut supérieur européen de gestion group, Sup'Internet and E-Artsup.[12]


The university provides a five-year course in digital creativity. The first two years focus on the acquisition of basic knowledge of drawing: academic drawing, life model drawing, analytical drawing, perspective, and computer graphics.[13] During the third year, students learn subjects such as 3D creativity, web design, graphic arts, photography, identity design, creative advertising, typography and motion design.

During the last two years of the curriculum, students choose an area of specialization among the four provided: communication, animation, game design and interactive design.[14]


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