In the heart of the European metropolis of Lille, 35 minutes from Brussels, 1 hour from Paris and 1 hour 20 minutes from London by train, the PÔLE 3D school is at the crossroads of trade and European economic dynamics. Two PÔLE 3D campuses located in buildings that are part of the local heritage, renovated to provide students with real “living spaces” and to offer them a quality working environment while ensuring their development.
Based at La Plaine Images, a 5 hectare ecosystem dedicated to imaging professions, the school offers students privileged access to the professional world. They can thus better approach the reality of companies in the Video Game and Animation sectors, from different aspects: internships, meetings, professional events, conferences / debates, responses to business issues …
In this sense, throughout their training, PÔLE 3D students have the opportunity to put their expertise into practice at the service of companies in the Plaine Images ecosystem through concrete issues. Finally, our incubator helps students follow up and develop their personal projects that PÔLE 3D likes to support.
78 blvd du général Leclerc, 59100 Roubaix
1st year of Licence (common core)
Plaine Images Campus
73 bis blvd d’Armentières, 59100 Roubaix
Video Games + Illustration
7 Boulevard Constantin Descat, 59200 Tourcoing
2D animation branch
75 bis boulevard d’Armentières 59100, Roubaix
3D animation branch
23 Boulevard Constantin Descat, 59200 Tourcoing
Communication & VHD
ROUBAIX & EUROPEAN METROPOLE OF LILLE
Roubaix is a cultural, ambitious and creative city that hosts many schools of international renown (ESMOD, ESAAT, ENSAIT, EDHEC Business School …) and 12,500 students from all over France.
“Le Musée de la Piscine, la salle de spectacle Le Colysée, le Conservatoire, les Ateliers Jouret, les Maisons de Mode, la Condition Publique, l’Alternateur” are all unique places, which perfectly represent the new global dynamics of the city of Roubaix.
The organization of many cultural events, unifying and popular also participates to open the cultural space to all Roubaisiens and Roubaisiennes and make Roubaix, a city where it is “good life”.
The European Metropole of Lille shows a dynamism to propose a dense cultural and services offer to the 28% of young people under 20 years old and to the 10% of students composing its population.
The city’s desire to support the image industry in the region and internationally is reflected in major events such as Vidéo Mapping Festival, Série Mania and also Lille Global Design Capital 2020. Opportunities that the school does not fail to grasp to highlight the expertise of our students and the quality of the training offered.
This international influence is essential for sectors such as ours where students will have a good chance of moving abroad afterwards.