This course is designed to address a large skills shortage within the UK's Creative Industries sector as a there is a growing need for animators, visual effects artists and digital filmmakers in the film, television and games industry. Students enrolled on this course will develop a broad skillset within these areas through a series of short projects written for students in order to develop a strong portfolio for progression to University and the creative industry. Year 1, UAL L3 Diploma UCAS Points � Pass (36) Merit (60) Distinction (84) The first year of the course will introduce students to the required skills to be able to create animations and apply visual effects. Students will write, direct and edit their own traditional and digital animations whilst researching and developing their knowledge of the industry and how they can better focus their skills to suit a growing and thriving industry. Year 2, UAL L3 Extended Diploma UCAS Points � Pass (72) Merit (120) Distinction (168) Year 2 is focused on students developing a professional portfolio of work, researching potential progression routes either through University or Careers and engaging in higher level creative projects as individuals to establish their own style of work and showcase their talent.
|Qualification name||Diploma in Creative Media Production & Technology|
|Awarding organisation||University of the Arts London|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||4th September 2023|
|Cost description||Fee:7485.00 Concession: 385.00|
You will need 4 GCSEs at grades 9 - 4 (A - C), or Level 2 UAL Diploma in Creative Media Production, Level 2 BTEC Certificate/Extended Certificate or First Diploma in Creative Media. GCSE English language grades 9 - 4 (A - C) is essential and GCSE Maths grades 9 - 4 (A - C) is highly desirable.
A range of methods, which may include projects, assignments, case studies, course work, self-assessment, feedback from clients and panel reviews, continually assesses course work. Grades from Pass, Merit, Distinction may be awarded to course work. The Study Programmes are over 5 days each week. There is regular one to one tutorial provision.
This qualification helps you to progress on to: BA in animation, visual effects, games design, graphic design and more apprenticeships within the wider creative based industries