BA (Honours)/MArt The Art of Computer Animation (Integrated Masters)
Breathe life into characters and creatures, and create entertaining performances for the world to enjoy.
Do you dream of working in the animation industry or even starting your own studio? Advancements in technology and the boom of the VFX industry have made computer animation one of the fastest growing industries. Our animation degree has been developed in collaboration with top practitioners to provide you both the professional skills and knowledge that the industry is looking for.
Bring your characters to life from day one - working in industry-style studios using the latest tools and techniques and working as part of a team on high-quality creative projects. You'll have intensive, hands-on tutorials with industry-trained tutors who, alongside practising animation professionals, will provide regular feedback on your work.
You'll graduate studio ready, with a professional portfolio of work to show employers, and a degree awarded by the University of Kent.
- UCAS code: I700 (BA) I701 (MArt)
- Institution code: P34
- Location: London campus
- Start date: September
- Fees: (See Fees and Funding section)
£9,000 per year for 2021/2022 entry
£9,250 per year for 2022/2023 entry
- Mode of study: Full time
- Programme duration: BA 3 years, MArt 4 years
- Entry requirements: Entry by portfolio and Creative Workshop, plus being predicted a minimum two passes at A Level or equivalent
This programme has been developed in collaboration with experienced industry leaders such as cutting-edge visual effects specialists DNEG and Framestore, industry expert Hugo Sands (independent animation consultant, producer and manager) and advisory board member Tara Saunders (Studio Head at PlayStation London Studio).
Our industry partners influence everything we do. You’ll have regular contact with the industry, from master classes given by leading professionals to industry-defined creative briefs and regular feedback from industry experts. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend industry talks, as well as events aimed at helping you network with studios, talk to recruiters and showcase your showreel.
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