Different companies and institutions support us in our founding mission; the search for, training and promotion of talent, collaborating both in our scholarship programme and in the services we offer to the whole community.
Thanks to the collaboration of the Institut Català de les Empreses culturals (ICEC), Fundación SGAE, Cinesa, DAMA and Netflix, more than 100 students with limited resources study at ESCAC every year.
- Institut Català de les Empreses Culturals (ICEC)
- ESCAC and ICEC have signed an agreement to grant a subsidy excluded from public competition to contribute to the education of professionals in the audiovisual sector. With this agreement, ICEC contributes to a general grant fund that makes it possible for young people with fewer resources to obtain a full scholarship for their studies at ESCAC.
- Fundació SGAE
- The Sociedad General de Autores y Editores, through the Fundación SGAE, supports ESCAC in the development of programmes related to the training, promotion and divulgation of audiovisuals, as well as improving the knowledge of its students in everything related to authorship, copyright and intellectual property. The SGAE and the Fundación SGAE contribute with a bag of Fundación SGAE Scholarships aimed at ESCAC students.
- DAMA (Derechos de Autor de Medios Audiovisuales), the only management entity specialising in audiovisual content, supports ESCAC in the development of programmes related to education in the speciality of screenwriting, contributing with a scholarship fund aimed at all students taking the Speciality Master’s Degree in Screenwriting.
- The talent grant promoted by Cinesa and Escac is a grant aimed at helping young talents. Thanks to this scholarship, each year a first-year student will be able to access the Bachelor’s Degree in Cinematography without the cost of enrolment (excluding fees and administrative costs). In addition, the talent grant can be extended for the following two years.
- The Netflix-ESCAC grants have been designed to promote the careers of people belonging to minorities or social groups that, for systemic reasons, are underrepresented in the Spanish audiovisual sector. The aim of these grants is to promote creative equity and encourage the presence of people with cultural diversity, sexual and gender diversity, and/or disabilities in front of and behind the camera. With the support of Netflix Spain’s Inclusive Creativity Fund, two grants are available for the Master’s Degree in Screenwriting.
- RESA is the most important and extensive network of residence halls in the country, with more than 40 residence halls in 21 different Spanish cities. The RESA group collaborates every year with the ESCAC.
- The leading company in the sale of consumables, accessories and professional tools for film and television offers a 5% discount for ESCAC students on the entire CineTools product catalogue.
- ZY Culture and Art Studio of Shanghai
- ESCAC and ZIYOU are collaborating in the organisation of a film language workshop in China to train managers and middle managers from the art, design and architecture sectors.