Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Netflix has announced that it will offer scholarships for anime courses to 10 high school graduates between the ages of 18 and 25. In order to apply for a scholarship, you need to know Japanese.
Hitomi Tateno, known for Studio Ghibli classics such as 'Spirited Away' and 'howl's Moving Castle', will lead the course, which will take place at the Sasayuri Video Training Institution in Tokyo and will last 6 months.
As part of its collaboration with WIT Studio, the creator of anime series such as 'Attack on Titan', 'The Great Pretender' and 'Seraph of the End', Netflix will give full scholarships to 10 candidates to be selected.
Those who want to apply for an Anime course can apply from the WIT Animator Academy site until February 28.