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Chichester College

Digital Arts and Design

UCAS Code: CAN2

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

96-144

A typical offer of either a combination of GCE A levels/Level 3 Diploma or an Extended Diploma at overall Merit. Relevant industry experience will be considered. GCSE Mathematics and English Language are preferred at grade C or above, English as a second language at IELTS 6.0 or equivalent.

About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2020

Computer digital arts is an unique bespoke course that will explore all creative aspects of digital art including 2D and 3D animation, advance graphic design and layout techniques. Using software such as Maya, After Effects, and the adobe suite all briefs are set around digital art. Specialist pathways are available within the programme such as digital design, 3D design and product design. Briefs will incorporate anything digital from animation short films to package design and other digital art forms. Focused on industry briefs and working with the leading companies within this field, this course will make you employment ready within this fast paced field of the Digital Arts, include fast paced industry briefs that reflect the real life working of the industry and trips to see the professionals working in the industry.

Modules

Using software such as Maya, After Effects, and the adobe suite all briefs are set around digital art. Specialist pathways are available within the programme such as digital design, 3D design and product design. Briefs will incorporate anything digital from animation short films to package design and other digital art forms.

Assessment methods

Main assessment of the programme is carried out via live briefs that with concentrate of the finished article. One unit per year is externally set by the exam board where a project has to be completed in a set amount of hours.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£6,500
per year
England
£6,500
per year
EU
£6,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,500
per year
Scotland
£6,500
per year
Wales
£6,500
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Chichester Campus

Department:

Performing Arts

TEF rating:

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