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Film & Visual Effects Technology

This is our new Undergraduate programme in response to the industry demand for creative, artistic graduates who also have the right technical skill set.

The course will cover cinematography, CGI lighting. digital compositing, computational simulation and much more.

The skills that are developed on this course will ensure that our alumni are both competent and employable upon graduation. We have an experienced team of academics who will guide you through the course using their knowledge and experience in the industry.

We focus on much more than using software. The industry regularly states that certain knowledge and skills are missing in graduates, such as social, industry, artistic and scientific skills and context. Being responsive to industry demands and focussing on these skills enables our students to meet the standards required by the industry.

Our students learn from and engage with our academics, who are industry experts. You will have the opportunity work with researchers who are bringing new technology and knowledge into the world. We also offer teaching from professionals who are working at production companies.

If you are interested then why not check out our video?

https://youtu.be/UHyoJ3FnFBY
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