UAL Level 3
Games & Animation
What will I study?
In year one you will work towards the UAL Level 3 Diploma. Successful completion of the year may enable you to progress to year two and complete the Level 3 Extended Diploma. This course will cover the traditional and new technologies in 2D and 3D digital animation for computer game design, television and web-based communications and entertainment.
The emphasis will be on concept development and creativity with optional specialist technical units to help you gain the necessary skills to progress to a career in the growing Creative Industries.
You will study and develop skills in drawing, character and environment development, storytelling, storyboarding, using design software, animation and games engine technology.
What are the additional entry requirements for this course?
Four GCSEs at grade C or above, or an equivalent Level 2 qualification at grade Merit or above with Functional Skills Maths and English at Level 2 and a good reference, If you do not already have qualifications in English and Maths you will need to do a short test.
1 or 2 years
King’s Cross Centre
WHAT STUDENTS SAY
"I was at my local sixth form college originally but I knew straightaway that it was not a good fit. The atmosphere was not fresh and I was not inspired. I did not want to see the same type of people that I had in secondary school, as I felt like I was reliving an old life. A friend of mine already went to the College and told me that it was amazing. I loved the Open Day where they advised me to gain more experience in software, so I started at Level 2 and will progress to Level 3 Animation & Games Design next year."
UAL Games & Animation
University of the Arts London
Many of our Music courses are accredited by the University of the Arts London (UAL). UAL Awarding Body is the only specialist art, design and creative industries awarding organisation in England. UAL works collaboratively with Colleges, employers and others to ensure we develop and award the best possible specialist qualifications.