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    I was wondering if there's anyone here on the Ravensbourne animation course, particularly those who are in/have already been through second year?
    I'm having extremely tough decisions to make at the moment, and am currently studying at Falmouth University with the potential to intermit or transfer due to personal circumstances. Falmouth is just so far away from my home and family, and I've stayed at Scape over summer which made me fall in love with it. I haven't seen the actual university yet and I don't really have time to come up and see it, so I'm unable to really gauge what the course/uni is like in comparison to Falmouth- is the teaching quality going to be good and of a similar standard, etc. Obviously there's general differences between a seaside town and a major city, but that's not the kind of thing I'm trying to gather info on if that makes sense? I really like the idea of Ravensbourne, but it would involve a massive change and if I went through with it, I'd want to know I'm going into a course that is still just as high quality as Falmouth is known for, would work well for me and is closer to home!
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    Ravensbourne, would you be able to help here?

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    (Original post by celestefleurs)
    I was wondering if there's anyone here on the Ravensbourne animation course, particularly those who are in/have already been through second year?
    I'm having extremely tough decisions to make at the moment, and am currently studying at Falmouth University with the potential to intermit or transfer due to personal circumstances. Falmouth is just so far away from my home and family, and I've stayed at Scape over summer which made me fall in love with it. I haven't seen the actual university yet and I don't really have time to come up and see it, so I'm unable to really gauge what the course/uni is like in comparison to Falmouth- is the teaching quality going to be good and of a similar standard, etc. Obviously there's general differences between a seaside town and a major city, but that's not the kind of thing I'm trying to gather info on if that makes sense? I really like the idea of Ravensbourne, but it would involve a massive change and if I went through with it, I'd want to know I'm going into a course that is still just as high quality as Falmouth is known for, would work well for me and is closer to home!
    Hi celestefleurs,

    Firstly I would like to apologise for such a late response.

    Our BA Animation course is recognised and accredited by Creative Skillset for providing exceptional standards of training in line with industry. This means that the course is best suited to prepare you for a career in the Creative Industries. Our students also collaborated with BBC in bringing a series of films about the weather and our relationship with it.

    The course encourages you to think on your feet and work on live and self-initiated briefs to solve problems. You will be learning though a mix of lectures and projects throughout your studies using industry standard software. Our graduates often end up working in film, TV, visual effects, advertising, post-production, apps and games.

    You will also be able to collaborate with other courses on projects and due to our open space plan building you get to network with a variety of creatives. The building encourages for a collaborative and professional environment. I would recommend coming to one of our open days to experience the building first hand as well as getting the chance to speak to our students and staff members.

    I hope this has helped and I would like to apologise again for such a late response.

    Please feel free to ask any questions.

    Thank you,

    Row
 
 
 

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