Course in Animation in United Kingdom

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Animation

The skills to conceptualize, write, plan, direct, produce, edit and promote a motion picture, television production or even web-based animation are some of the knowledge areas covered in animation courses in the UK. Animators use a variety of techniques to put together a sequence of still images and audio to create a moving image that tells a story. Schools in the UK offer various animation courses ranging from foundational to expert subjects in the field.

Animation courses in the UK are equally suited to recent secondary school graduates as well as working professionals with a career or personal interest in animation, or even current undergraduate or graduate students looking to explore the subject. Many schools in the UK offer certificates or diplomas to successful graduates from animation courses. Animation courses in the UK vary greatly in study mode, frequency and duration, so it is a good idea to fill out the web form to request a detailed course description from the school on the course information page.

If you have a professional or personal interest in animation, and would like to develop the creative and technical skills required for success in the field, then scroll down and click to read more about animation courses in the UK, today! 

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BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Animation Production

Arts University Bournemouth - Arts Study Abroad Programs
Campus Part time 10 - 30 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Poole

This highly practical course provides those aspiring to be successful actors with a thorough preparation for a career in acting. You will learn the key skills required to respond to the diverse demands of [+]

BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Animation Production

 

This highly practical course provides those aspiring to be successful actors with a thorough preparation for a career in acting. You will learn the key skills required to respond to the diverse demands of the industry and how to become a creative, flexible and independent artist. As well as strengthening performance skills you will learn self-motivation, self-discipline, and develop a critical and imaginative engagement with the social, historical and cultural contexts of performance. Although there is a strong element of academic research, this is often approached through practice, emphasising the vocational nature of this course.... [-]


Six Month Digital Animation

Met Film School
Campus Full time 6 months May 2017 United Kingdom London

Our Six-Month Digital Animation course is designed for those wishing to acquire industry-leading digital animation skills, which are highly sought after in the filmmaking industry, and to develop a showreel as a calling card for future employers. [+]

Six-Month Digital Animation is a full-time course (weekdays, 10am-5pm). Our Six-Month Digital Animation course is designed for those wishing to acquire industry-leading digital animation skills, which are highly sought after in the filmmaking industry, and to develop a showreel as a calling card for future employers. Students are taught by a full-time industry-professional tutor for the duration of the course, with 1:1 personal time every week. The Digital Animation programme begins with a three-week introduction to Maya and Nuke and also touches upon other related software that will be used during the course. The topics covered are based on standard Character Animation Pipelines used within the industry. Students also benefit from school visits to Award-Winning postproduction and VFX facilities in London. Past visits have included industry-leaders Framestore and Blue Zoo Animation. It’s an intensive period of study where the students will be covering the main areas of 2D and 3D CG within software such as Autodesk Maya and Mudbox, The Foundry Mari and Nuke, HDR Lightstudio and Substance Designer. Please note, content and software are subject to change. Digital Animation requires a team-driven production and learning environment, intended to foster and reinforce the highly interdependent production processes used within the visual effects and film industries. ON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: Model believable 3D characters/creatures Integrate the traditional principles of animation Add dynamic finishing FX such as CG cloth, fur and hair CAREERS IN VFX & ANIMATION Our students go on working with award-winning companies including: MPC Double Negative VFX Blue Zoo Animation Illumination MacGuff Students also benefit from school visits to Award-Winning postproduction and VFX facilities in London. Past visits have included industry-leaders Framestore, Industrial Light and Magic and Blue Zoo Animation. Minimum Age: 18 at start of course Entry Requirements: Our Digital Animation course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements. However in order to get the most out of the course, you should be able to both speak and write in English to a reasonable standard. [-]