Animation degrees

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Studying animation

During an animation degree, you’ll learn about different artistic techniques like drawing, model making and puppetry. It’s all about producing moving images that can be used in various ways, such as in animated film and TV and computer games. You could cover topics like 2D and 3D animation techniques, CGI, character development, narrative techniques, motion graphics and infographics. You’ll be exposed to a wide range of design approaches, develop an artistic portfolio of work and often have the chance to do a placement in industry. Many animation graduates go on to work in the entertainment and digital industries and can find employment in various creative sectors. Possible jobs include animator, producer, illustrator, model maker and storyboard artist.