Brunel University London
It will give you the knowledge and practical skills required by the visual effects and motion graphics sector within the entertainment and creative industries. This course is fully accredited by ScreenSkills, the industry-led skills body for the UK’s screen-based industries. Brunel’s digital media courses are the only ScreenSkills-accredited degree programmes in London and the South East.
At Brunel, we combine a study of visual effects with motion graphics so you can learn a wide range of creative and technical skills required to produce high-quality visual assets and artefacts for film, TV, the web, games and other creative outlets. You’ll study VFX acquisition, motion design, CGI, digital graphic design, digital photography and video. You will then progress to producing more complex post-production assets and artefacts involving compositing, advanced CGI, 3D animation, media aesthetics, motion graphics and mixed reality. In your final year, you can choose from modules in advanced digital graphics and motion design and advanced 3D animation with additional options in digital experiences and creative technology design. Throughout the course you will develop the professional and transferable skills required by the creative digital industries.
GCE A-level BBB. (General Studies not accepted).
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma DDM in any subject.
BTEC Level 3 Diploma DM in any subject, AND an A-Level at grade B.
BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma D in any subject with A-Levels grade BC.
International Baccalaureate Diploma 30 points.
Obtain a minimum of 120 UCAS tariff points in the Access to HE Diploma with 45 credits at Level 3.
T levels : Merit overall
A visual effects and motion graphics degree from Brunel will prepare you for creative roles in the rapidly expanding digital media industry.
Brunel’s location close to the large concentration of creative and entertainment industries in and around London means that there are a variety of job opportunities available.
Our graduates take up posts as motion graphics designers, compositors, animators, 3D graphic artists and designers, digital video editors and producers, directors of photography, games designers/developers, and post-production engineers. Many become self-employed, either as freelancers or by setting up their own companies.