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03-07-2009, 08:54 PM
Hi Everyone!

Im from spain and Im thinking of moving to england to study and improve my skills as a 3d animator or video games artist and I dont know really where to study!!

I dont know if I should choose a University or School or Course..... Im a complete mess....

Can anybody advise me about which places are the best for studing 3D animation in england without going broke?

I found the Manchester School of Media (www.futureworks.co.uk (http://www.futureworks.co.uk)) courses and theyre really interesting, does anybody know something about them??

Thanks everyone for your time!

03-07-2009, 09:24 PM
This question has been asked many times in these forums, just search for it.

03-07-2009, 10:15 PM
This question has been asked before.

You have to think of more than just the reputation, for example if you currently dont have a demo reel that is of good enough qaulity to get a job in a studio then perhaps studying a 3 year university course would allow you the time to improve your artistic skills, aswell as allowing you to learn and develop for those years.

03-25-2009, 09:56 PM
mmm...if you want to improve animation skills instead of modeling, rigging... why you don't give an opportunity to www.pepe-school-land.com ?

It's on barcelona, near than uk for you and it's a very intense course(6months) with daniel martinez lara (master of the universe) as a teacher, but I think that it's complete for the next course.

03-25-2009, 11:04 PM
Well in UK, there is Teesside (http://www.tees.ac.uk/)and Bournemouth (http://home.bournemouth.ac.uk/) where both have their own reputation. Other colleges offer decent stuff but is sh*t and is waste of money.

Then you get private colleges like Escape Studios (http://www.escapestudios.com/en_GB/home.html) which are okay I guess (from what I've heard) but would burn your pocket and probably cost you a leg too.

04-03-2009, 03:32 PM
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