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!
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. [+]
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.... [-]