UCAS points required 64**
This is equivalent to two C’s at ‘A’ level or one Merit and two Passes at BTEC (QCF) National Diploma or equivalent.
**We offer places based upon your future potential. We may offer you a place based on lower UCAS points than shown here, or an offer that is not linked to UCAS points, if we have evidence of your potential from your application or interview/audition.
Developed with the industry, this three-year degree will give you the creative skills you need to become a digital content designer. You will also learn to operate media servers, cameras, projectors, control desks, motion capture and virtual reality equipment and green screen technologies.
You will be trained by industry professionals in our new Centre for Digital Production, which includes a new technologies studio and dedicated computer laboratories using the following software:
- Cinema 4D
- After Effects
You will also be developing your own artistic style through studying the following disciplines:
- Film and VFX
- 3D Animation
- Computer Gaming
Our graduates will be trained to work as video operators and designers in the theatre and live events industry, where there is currently a skills shortage.
For example you may work in design studios, delivering content for national theatres and opera houses, West End and Broadway productions, live TV events and shows and large concerts and festivals.
Graduate Job roles may include:
- Digital Content Creators
- Live Events Professionals
- Video Designers and Operators
- Digital Arts Specialists
Mode of Study: Full Time
How to Apply
Apply for September 2020 entry via UCAS
Institution application code: R51
Programme Code: W455
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There is the opportunity for international students to study this programme as part of a semester or year abroad. Please click here for full details.
UK/EU Students - £9,250
International Students - £18,000
Please click here for information about Student Loans and Bursaries.
Year 1 (Level 4)
You will learn basic 2D and 3D software and design skills as well as learn about motion capture and system design and operation. Project briefs will teach them how to research and integrate cultural knowledge into their design elements.
Year 2 (Level 5)
You will learn advanced design skills and a range of professional skills. You will begin to integrate your design work into a professional context
Year 3 (Level 6)
You will study an aspect of the industry which is relevant to you, develop your own specialist practice and complete a research project.