MDes Visual Effects
Strong links with industry and professional bodies
High contact time with the programme team
Access to specialist facilities in the Centre for the Creative Industries
UCAS code: VEMD
Year of entry: 2020
UCAS Tariff: 120
Duration: 4 YRS (FT)
Institution code: G53
The MDes VFX programme provides an opportunity for you to extend your studies beyond undergraduate level and acquire further knowledge and expertise at master’s level.
Our degree will enable you to become part of a dynamic industry worth several billion pounds every year, giving you the opportunity to work on live projects for real clients and be part of an exciting, fast-paced industry.
This course is about everything from compositing, rig removal to bringing movies/games to life in a variety of formats, from initial ideas to creating the believable.
This idea-driven course, enables multi-creative exploration and experience in all areas of VFX, with the opportunity to collaborate with others across the creative arts.
VFX has a large market in the UK with the highest number of VFX studios in Europe. With innovation and creativity at its core, this course will allow you to express your design ideas through all areas of VFX techniques.
This programme provides an opportunity for you to extend your studies beyond undergraduate level and acquire further knowledge and expertise at master’s level that is focused around deeper practice-based skills and analytical/research skills, alongside furthering their experience of working on professional pieces of work, such as industry-led projects and commissions. The programme also challenges the way in which you think about your practice and how you might embrace and adapt to different ways of working that are ‘outside the box’.
Our external and industrial links enable you to liaise with industry and gain professional experience. Learning is driven by ‘events’ where you are able to work on real projects. These provide opportunities to work in your specialism, as well as collaboratively across other subject areas in the creative industries.