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Do you want to focus on the animation and motion graphic skills that film, television, computer games, and new media industries really need? Would you love the opportunity to bring your artistic creations to life with CGI? The Animation MA at Northumbria is designed to meet the needs of the animation industry. Read more
The School has a long and rich history in computer graphics and visual effects, with our graduates working on eight of the last nine Visual Effects Academy Award-winning films. Read more
Study, explore and practise contemporary film and television postproduction with a focus on creative aspects of visual effects. Learn a variety of postproduction techniques, including compositing, colour grading and conforming visual effects projects. Our course emphasises a high level of craft and creativity, combined with critical thought and collaboration. Read more
Take your skills to the highest level and become the master of Compositing with our postgraduate course. The MA Visual Effects Production (Compositing) programme is designed to give you both practical training and a globally recognised postgraduate qualification. Read more
The Digital Visual Effects MSc equips you with advanced skills, knowledge and understanding of high definition digital effects to help you become a highly skilled technical director (TD) in the visual effects industry. Read more
With the UK now recognised as the world’s leading centre for visual effects, this Visual Effects masters degree offers you the chance to achieve your ambitions by working on internationally distributed visual content for globally-respected production houses including Cardiff-based Bait Studios. Read more
Master the art of 3D VFX and take your skills to the highest level with our postgraduate course. The MA Visual Effects Production (3D) programme is designed to give you both the practical training and a globally recognised postgraduate qualification. Read more
Technical directors within the animation and games industries often have to work alongside computer animators and resolve technical problems either by configuring existing software tools or designing new tools. Read more
All programs are offered within the Division of Visual Computing in the School of Computing, with significant collaboration with the departments of Art and Performing Arts. Read more
The School of Computing at the University of Leeds has a global reputation for teaching excellence, with over 700 students from 50 countries studying with us. We are members of the Alan Turing Institute, as well as having close links to the Leeds Institute of Data Analytics, Robotics Leeds, and Leeds Institute for Fluid Dynamics research groups.