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Creative Media Production and Technology (Interactive Digital Design) UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma at BRIT School

Course description

We are offering an innovative and exciting Interactive Digital Design course that will allow students to explore a range of new technologies and practices in design that are relevant to the pace of technological change. The Interactive Digital Design course introduces students to the design and study of computer games, web and graphic design, motion graphics and 2D and 3D animation.

Course content

So that you can get the most up to date experience on this course, there are three fully equipped iMac design studios with the latest design software including the full Adobe Creative Suite and Autodesk Maya. Plus you get to use hardware such as Wacom graphics tablets, iPads, DSLR cameras and a mobile green screen. The Interactive Digital Design course promotes and exploits technology; mobile devices and social media within the teaching and learning environment.

The course promotes and encourages visits from professional interactive designers, animators, and games developers. We have had talks and workshops from companies such as Google, Aardman Animation and Escape Studios. We ensure our students are kept up to date with current design initiatives by attending exhibitions, entering competitions and exhibiting student work in our Interactive Digital Design exhibition.

In this extended programme of study you’ll explore a wider range of new technologies related to the design of computer games, mobile apps, websites and motion graphics.

You will achieve a UAL, Level 3, Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology (Interactive Digital Design) at the end of your time at The BRIT School that will enable you to move into a variety of different career pathways and is equivalent to three A Levels.

If you hope to take a career in the industry, work experience is a core part of the course, and you will have the opportunity to expand your portfolio through exclusive work placements. Previous students have attended top London design agencies and even big companies like Google for their work experience.

Entry requirements

You should be a young designer who is interested in technology and the creative opportunities it presents. We want students who have ideas, who are interested in design and who are strong at working both independently and collaboratively. You have to be self motivated and have an enthusiasm to learn. You will have ideally come from a media, ICT, art or design and technology background.

Future opportunities

Typical Careers
Animator - 2D or 3D
Visual Effects Compositor
Games designer

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact BRIT School directly.

Last updated date: 03 April 2017
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