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Best university in uk for MA visual effects

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  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom
sir i want to do my post graduation in UK. but confused about universities............ please give me some advice regarding university college admission and funding details,environment and employment of it.... for MA visual effects..............

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The 'Computer Animation/Graphics industry' is a pretty broad area. If you are interested in going down the Technical Director route, then Bournemouth (MSc) and Kent would be good choices. Kent leans more towards the art side of things, Bournemouth is more programming based. MA in 3D Animation at the University of Hertfordshire is also a good course which is definitely orientated in the direction field. University College London will be very heavily about programming with art. These universities are most prestigious to attend if you want to specifically study the technical side of CG at post graduate level in a VFX orientated area.  You have excellent career opportunities and many students have been placed in Cinesite, BBC, Animal Logic and in many film industries.
The entry requirement for the program is you should hold an honors’ degree (2:1 or above) in the fields of computing, mathematics, engineering or science or a professional qualification or diploma recognized to be equivalent to an honors’ degree, IELTS 6.5 and you should have a good portfolio (on university request). Scholarships are available in the university and you should check along with the admission process. The university will check your sop/recommendation letter/academic/ ex-co-activity/good portfolio, based on this you will be awarded.

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