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Course results for Undergraduate Animation & visual design Degrees
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TUA-UWD-DIP | Undergraduate
Make a start on redesigning the digital world
Learn the fundamentals of good digital design. You’ll cover current UX practices and methodologies, and explore the psychology behind people’s digital interactions. Gain real insight from creative experts and work on industry briefs.
TUA-PAP-DIP | Undergraduate
Find and grow your own personal visual style
Learn to use Adobe’s Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere tools. You’ll explore equipment like DSLR cameras, studio lighting, and video rigs. Guided by professional photographers, you’ll build your skills and experiment with different techniques.
TUA-GDD-DIP | Undergraduate
A hands-on intro to the video game industry
Start making games from day one. Follow development processes to bring your game to life. You’ll use visual design fundamentals to produce a game with your team. Use industry-standard software, developing on the PlayStation 5 platform and working in Adobe.
TUA-DGD-DIP | Undergraduate
Learn graphic design to craft compelling visuals
Discover the theory and practice of graphic design. You’ll challenge conventional ideas to deliver engaging and original solutions. Use industry-standard graphic design software including the Adobe Creative Suite. This course is DIA approved.
TUA-DES-DIP | Undergraduate
Welcome to the wide world of design
An ideal design course to start your career in the industry. You’ll get an overview of graphic design, fashion, interiors, and digital media. With an intro to the industry, and access to design professionals, you’re set to work out your own specialisation.
TUA-DDA-DIP | Undergraduate
Create life-like characters and worlds
Build a base of 3D knowledge. Learn animation principles and practices. Bring it all together to tell stories on screen. You’ll gain insights from creative experts, working on industry-standard software and briefs. Start to think about specialising.