It is always great news when a new course is introduced in the UK. New courses mean more interests, talents and skills are often catered for.
The newest development in Staffordshire University is their new MA in Animation will be available and ready to beign in September 2021.
The MA aims to create and provide opportunities for students to develop their expertise, skills and knowledge in Animation in order to allow them to pave their way in a competitive industry.
It will focus on a range of experimental and traditional techniques that will be applied in the working world of media through work experience and developing your skills.
This course will aim to add to the student’s existing knowledge and capabilities in order to help them be the best they can be to go out into the working-world of media and build a strong career and reputation for themselves.
Focuses of the course will be applied and quality animation and will provide the resources, platform and environment to help students to delve into their creativity like never before think outside the box on projects and ideas.
Modules in the course will include story and performance, animation culture and critique and design and technology as well as studying areas such as 2D, 3D and stop motion animation.
Applications for the course are now open and can be found online.
Staffordshire University is also part of the UCAS Clearing process which was opened during the week.
It officially opened July 5 and will be held to aid those who have been unsuccessful in their pursuit to secure a palace in their preferred course to date.
UCAS Clearing is a process that helps UK Universities to fill available spots in their courses. These include filling vacancies on degrees that began in September, the start of the new academic year.
You are eligible to apply for the UCAS Clearing if you applied after the deadline that was on June 30th, you did not get the required exam results for your course, none of your offers were received or you did not make any offers to begin with.
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About Staffordshire University
Staffordshire University’s city campus in Stoke-on-Trent is the University’s nerve centre. It has a global network of more than 20,000 people studying their degrees internationally.
It is also a leading university for digital technologies, computing heritage and has a strong reputation for computer games courses.
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