- Two Highers or equivalent.
- Appropriate Level 6 course.
- For those returning to education, life skills and experience may allow entry.
- Advanced entry directly to year 2 with 15 credits from HNC 3D Computer Animation.
HND (SCQF Level 8)
2 Years (typically 3 days a week in college)
24 Aug 2020
The HND 3D Computer Animation course will provide you with technical and creative skills to prepare for a career in animation. This course will provide you with an appreciation of aesthetics, in addition to developing your technical ability and understanding. You will explore a range of topics such as character modelling, environmental modelling, special effects, and compositing and motion graphics.
The aim of this course is to prepare you for employment in the 3D computer animation industry by developing skills in vocationally relevant software and hardware, developing current employment skills and expertise, and building a thorough understanding of the role of computer technology within TV, filmmaking, the games industry and animation.
You will focus on specific aspects of the industry such as:
Everything you need to know about applying for this course.
HND 3D Computer Animation (SCQF Level 8).
If you are studying a full-time advanced course (HNC level or above), you may be entitled to funding.
You can apply for a full-time course online or using a paper form.
Open Days are a great way to find out more about this course and what it’s like to study at NESCol. You will see facilities, meet lecturers and get a feel for life as a student.
NESCol can provide extra support to students who have additional support needs, including:
You may be eligible for additional funding to support the cost of living, including travel costs, cost of materials, and childcare.
Whether you wish to progress in your studies or enter the world of work, North East Scotland College has excellent progression opportunities, with links to eight universities across Scotland and great relationships with industry employers.
Students successfully completing this course may progress towards a number of related degree programmes at one of our associate universities.
A qualification in this subject area could lead to a wide variety of exciting employment opportunities in 3D animation, across a range of industries:
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You can apply for a place on this course by completing an online application form, which you can access using the ‘Apply Online’ button. Once completed, this will be received by our Admissions Team who will then process your application.
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