Bachelor of Arts - Animation Raffles College of Design and Commerce

3.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
3 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Animation is an evolving field. At Raffles, you’ll learn techniques developed by the masters of traditional animation and you’ll put them into practise using the very latest digital tools.

You’ll have room to experiment with methods tried and tested as well as explore new techniques that are still being developed and perfected. Whether it’s a movie, a game or a projection mapping piece, 2D and 3D animation is sure to have an essential role to play in it.

Concept Artist
Animation director
Story board artist
3D modeler
Visual effects supervisor
Motion graphics artist

Additional Information

Working in small groups will teach you real-world skills, like how to work quickly and competently as part of a production team. Our teachers work ...

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Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives: 1. Social life
Helped me broaden my social circle with more like minded people. It tends to be a bit hard when trying to find people who want to do something similar and have the same goals/motivations

2. Education
I thought my degree would just be drawing and making forms of art. When I started doing my cours...

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