I hate to say it but stuff they teach like life drawing at Bournemouth is really important, I got into bournemouth and was really impressed with their reputation but the tests for entry are intimidating and the staff’s attitude is condescending and too “prove yourself, unworthy one” for my liking.
Seriously, keep drawing, all the best 3D modellers and artists know human anatomy and can draw the stuff the model incredibly realistically, I do sympathise because I hate life drawing, I’d love to be great at it but I’m not.
At falmouth we learn Maya for 3D modelling but also available are 3DS Max which I’ve never used and the glorious Mudbox which I’m just started to use. But Falmouth isnt just a 3D based animation course so the very specialised route you’ve got your eye on isnt the only thing covered, its one of many. So maybe falmouth isnt for you. Bournemouth is supposed to be the best in terms of your chances of getting into industry though so don’t overlook it. University of Glamorgan is another one to look at. But again, they also want drawing skills, the applicants who do art foundations and stuff are the ones who get the offers (unless you have a solid Art A Level portfolio like me )
Hope this is helpful.