This course is delivered by the National Centre for Computer Animation (NCCA).
View an article by The Independent as to why you should study Animation.
Computer Animation is one of the most rapidly expanding areas of creative endeavour and technical development. It is an exciting, fast-changing and rewarding area to be involved with.
Both the technology and the creative application of this technology have reached such a level of maturity and sophistication that we begin to see a number of quite distinct and specialised application areas emerging which graduates of this course can enter. Such areas are 3D computer animation production, 2D and 3D digital special effects, and computer games.
In particular, the last decade has seen a truly amazing growth in computer animation and its applications. This is manifested in the production of fully synthetic feature films such as Shrek, photorealistic digital special effects such as Star Wars and The Matrix, and a wide range of computer games.
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The entry requirements for this course are 320 to 340 tariff points, from 3 A-levels, including 120 points from one specified A-level (determined by our academic and admissions team, from the A-levels you are studying), or equivalent qualifications. BTEC Extended Diploma: DDM.
One creative subject such as Fine Art, Graphic Design or Photography and one technical subject such as Maths, Computing or Physics.
Creative, visual or technical subjects including Dance, Music, Theatre and Drama.
This course does not accept A-level General Studies.
This course requires a minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent at grades A* to C, including English and a B in Maths.
No work experience is required.
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