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The course covers the core skills and processes required to be considered a practitioner of Game Art & Design and/or Visual Effects, with a primary focus on the ‘3D’ skills required across the fields. The course pyramids learning, with you completing with both strong fundamentals and a specialism that has been influenced and affected by ongoing industry engagement.
Students that have passed a recognised Access programme will also be considered We strongly recommend that all applicants have GCSE English Language and Mathematics grades A*- C or level 9 - 4 where numeric grades are awarded.
UCEN Manchester is a well-regarded higher education provider based in the lively student city of Manchester. It offers its students opportunities for both academic success and personal development, with a range of programs including music, performing arts, construction and media make-up. Courses are delivered with practical skills components and give students the specific vocational training needed for success in their future careers.
UCEN Manchester comprises five higher education campuses located across Manchester in the north, south, and centre of the city, ensuring that students have access to top-class facilities and tuition. In Summer 2022, UCEN Manchester will open its doors to City Campus Manchester, a brand-new campus in the heart of Manchester city centre.