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Students learn a design-led approach to creating interactive media through subjects covering websites, mobile applications, games, new social media, and more.
Students will undertake a multitude of subjects designed for them to improve on their understanding of spaces and subsequently create better ones.
This course develops students' creative and artistic senses, allowing them to adopt techniques, build demo reels by screening different genres, styles, formats and animation approaches.
Upon graduation from this course, students are prepared to become Creature Modelling Technical Director, Animation Technical Director, BG Prep Technical Director, Visual Effects Creative Director and more.
To prep our students for the lucrative industry, they will complete highly interesting subjects Digital Storytelling and Animation, Digital Photography, and more.
Subjects include Visual Skills, Critical and Cultural Studies Elective Internet Cultures, Visual Communication, The Live Pitch (Graphic Design), Competition Briefs, Self-Promotion, Negotiated Projects (Graphic Design), General Studies and more.
A comprehensive digital media curriculum which emphasises the development of Computer Graphic Technology in Broadcast Design, Motion Graphics, Interactive Design, Web Design and Digital Design with New Media.
In this programme, students will equip themselves with the building blocks for skills and knowledge development which will prepare them for their advanced learning in interior architecture and design at levels 4, 5 and 6.
This programme encompasses the basic knowledge and practical skills of advertising, media and communication.
This programme entails knowledge and skills for the technical understanding, writing, scripting, presenting and organising of traditional and new broadcast media.
This programme is designed for students who wish to develop a career in journalism with an emphasis on producing graduates that are highly employable in the media world.
This programme takes the relationships between media and society to a greater height where students are exposed to various actors, interests and issues that revolve around the media systems.