ANIMATION


UNITED KINGDOM QUALIFICATIONS

DIPLOMA
IN
ANIMATION DESIGN

Awarded by: Raffles Singapore
Intakes: January, April, July, and October
Duration: 9 Months (Full-time)

ADVANCED DIPLOMA
IN
ANIMATION DESIGN

Awarded by: Raffles Singapore
Intakes: January, April, July, and October
Duration: 1 Year and 3 Months (Full-time)

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
IN
ILLUSTRATION AND
ANIMATION (TOP UP)

Awarded by: Coventry University, UK
Intakes: January, April, July, and October
Duration: 1 Year (Full-time)

COURSE FEE

COURSE FEE STRUCTURE

Diploma in Animation Design
(9 months)
Advanced Diploma in Animation Design
(1 Year and 3 Months)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Illustration and Animation (Top Up)
(12 months)
Total Fees
Term 1Term 2Term 3Term 4Term 5Term 6Term 7Term 8Term 9Term 10Term 11Term 12
SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD3,750SGD3,750SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD90,000
SGD22,500SGD18,750SGD18,750SGD30,000
SGD37,500

  • Course fees listed are in Singapore dollars.
  • Prevailing Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be levied on the above fees.
  • Each TERM is three (03) months.
  • The dates of payment are subject to change by the School. Any change will be communicated to all students.

COURSE FEE STRUCTURE

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Illustration and Animation (Top Up)
(12 months)
Term 1Term 2Term 3Term 4Total Fees
SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD7,500SGD30,000

  • Course fees listed are in Singapore dollars.
  • Prevailing Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be levied on the above fees.
  • Each TERM is three (03) months.
  • The dates of payment are subject to change by the School. Any change will be communicated to all students.

COURSE OVERVIEW

DIPLOMA

The Animation Design Diploma course offers a fundamental training platform, which encompasses a broad range of design areas in animation design.

Combining traditional and digital animatic techniques, the modules in this course, such as Drawing for Animation, Anatomy, Digital & Applied Illustration, Animation Principles, Screenplay and Story-boarding, 3D Techniques and more, are designed to provide students with the essential creative and technical skills through a balanced syllabus of theories and practical applications.

With constant exposure to the latest technology and support from state-of-the art software and hardware such as professional-grade 3D printers, students will have built a solid foundation in animation design upon completion of the course.


ADVANCED DIPLOMA

The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the animation industry. The emphasis is placed on the design and production aspects of 2D and 3D animation, including life drawing as well as background and character design.

To enhance their competitive edge in the digital age, students learn to use state-of-the-art editing equipment in pre-production, production and post-production. They also acquire skills for creating moving imagery and special effects, which are currently in demand in the local and international film media and entertainment industries.


BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS)
Coventry University

Illustration & Animation is a practice-based course with creative, critical, reflective and technical skills developed in the studio and enhanced by pertinent academic writing. Teaching is informed by staff research, practice and expertise. Students are actively encouraged to be imaginative, ambitious and resourceful to face the challenges of an unpredictable, demanding, globally-competitive and technologically-driven world.

Sound pedagogic practice mixed with imaginative delivery and assessment methods will enable students to produce personal and expressive portfolios that demonstrate creative agility and technical prowess. Students will be helped to develop the necessary creativity, critical reflection, questioning, understanding, theoretical underpinning and practical skills to pursue successful professional careers in both home and international contexts.

Students are taught the shared values and skills that underpin illustration and animation practice whilst having the opportunity to develop a portfolio that focuses on a specific area of creative practice from within the spectrum of illustration and animation.

The course is distinguished by an emphasis on story-telling, character-creation and the development of a professional ethos. Students are supported by access to industry-standard software, workshops and studio environments. Typical graduate portfolios might include complete books, comics, animations and films in a range of technologies and media from a mix of in-house assignments, self-initiated tasks, national / international competition opportunities, and live project briefs. Students are allowed to define their own trajectory, subject to staff approval and may decide to specialize in either print or moving image based projects, so are not limited to a single medium. Typical graduate portfolios might include complete books, comics, animations and films in a range of technologies and media from a mix of in-house assignments, self-initiated tasks, national / international competition opportunities, and live project briefs. The course’s blend of illustration and animation skill sets gives it both discipline- and industry-relevance, deftly anticipating emerging markets and trends.

Recruits generally have an aptitude for image making, observational drawing and story-telling; however, those with different backgrounds and arresting portfolios backed up by a convincing rationale will certainly be considered.

Staff research, practice and expertise feed into the course's qualities and characteristics. These chime with the University's Mission Statement to provide outward-facing research with impact, to provide high-quality teaching, and to be dynamic, global and enterprising.

Situated at the very heart of Asia, Singapore is home to internationally recognized animation studios and a thriving multicultural setting in which to explore new cultures and art forms, making it an excellent choice of where to study illustration and animation.


Areas of employment include:

  • Art/Film Director
  • TV Commercial Producer/Director
  • Animation Artist
  • Post-production Editor
  • 3D Modeler
  • Effects Animator
  • Stop Motion Animator
  • Concept Artist
  • Character Animator/Rigger
  • Visual Development Artist
  • Forensic Animator
  • Texture Artist
  • Storyboard Artist

COURSE MODULES

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

IGCSE / GCE ‘O’

  • Year 10
  • *L1R4

GCE ‘A’

  • Year 12

International Baccalaureate (IB)

  • Year 10
  • *L1R4

Advanced Placement

  • Year 10
  • *L1R4

NOTE:
* L1R4 - To possess a credit for English Language and 4 other subjects at the end of applicant’s 10 years of education

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