BA (Hons) Animation
BA (Hons) Animation - There is enormous demand, both commercially and experimentally, for animated work across all media including film, television, internet, games and advertising.
Year 0 in animation encourages creativity, imagination and new ways of making, thinking and documenting. If you are not quite ready for year one of our three year undergraduate degree then this course is for you.
Year 0 in animation is not a standalone course, it is the first stage of a full bachelor’s degree and once successfully completed you will be able to progress smoothly into our BA (Hons) Animation.
Our friendly and dedicated tutors will nurture your creative potential and support you while you learn the essential practical, intellectual, and transferable skills needed to confidently enter into year one.
As well as developing fundamental skills you will also gain a broad-based grounding in your chosen specialist are, an understanding of the broad cultural contexts of the creative industries in which you’ll work, and the ability to develop hardware and software suitable for animation practice.
First year of a 4 year BA (Hons) course
Ravensbourne University London
Five GCSEs (grade C or above) or equivalent (including English) and also to hold at least one of the following or equivalent UK or international qualification:
We will use a number of methods to assess an applicant’s suitability for their course of choice.
Primarily applicants are selected on the basis of:
For more details on the selection criteria please read the programme specification.
I can be more artistically entrepreneurial at Ravensbourne, it’s not only software teaching. In the future, I would like to get into a games company, I feel quite confident in wherever Ravensbourne will take me.Josh Griffen, BA (Hons) Animation
I’ve just watched all of these wonderful animations from the very talented Ravensbourne students for A British History in Weather and they are lovely – moving, subtle and beautifully done. What a fantastic partnership and wonderful companions to the radio output. Thank you so much.Clare McGinn, Head of BBC Radio & Music Production
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