Bachelor of Animation SAE Institute

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
2.7 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Animation is pure imagination. Few industries allow you to create what has never been seen before, which is very, very cool. But it’s also a profession where technical expertise and application is as important as raw talent, and this is where we come in.

Our bachelor of animation is all about building your character and credentials by giving you hands-on experience in 3D modelling, rigging, design, textures, lighting, rendering and compositing. Basically, everything you'll need to create the career you want.

Throughout your course, you'll explore each aspect of animation in detail with the guidance of expert teachers. You'll be working on cutting-edge software like Maya, Autodesk 3D MAX, and Adobe Creative Suite to help bring your ideas to life, as well as learn collaborative and project management skills – all within a world-class, studio-based learning environment.


3D Modelling
Character Animation
Visual Effects


2D/3D animator
Architectural visualiser
Product visualiser
Spatial GIS data processor
Visual effects artist
Educational media...

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April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: It has taught me a lot of knowledge within only a short amount of time. All the classes I do are important and cover each aspect of the career I am wanting in the future, and as the course goes on they ensure that we have all the required knowledge and skills to help us get into an animation career

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