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Animation, interactive, film and sound:

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Camberwell College of Arts
BA (Hons) Fine Art: Computational Arts * Opens in a new window.
London College of Communication
BA (Hons) Animation Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Design for Art Direction Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Film Practice ^ Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Film and Screen Studies Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Film and Television ^ Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Games Design Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Media Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Music Production
BA (Hons) Sound Arts Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) User Experience Design Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Virtual Reality Opens in a new window.
Certificate in Higher Education: Preparation for Design, Media and Screen Opens in a new window.
Wimbledon College of Arts
BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen ^ Opens in a new window.

Proposed course - subject to validation

Course subject to revalidation

  • Three colour-blocked illustrated portraits set against yellow background.
    'Standing with fist' (left), 'Indian Summer' (centre), 'Your Eyes' (right) by Benedikte Klüver, BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts, London College of Communication
  • Student work showing woman with animalesque features under dim light
    Sherlaine Callender, BA (Hons) Technical Arts and Special Effects now called BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen, Wimbledon College of Art
  • Three screenshots of gaming environments, one very bright and romantic, the other two darker and more sinister.
    Matthew Sutton, BA (Hons) Games Design, London College of Communication
  • Israel Kujore, BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Media, London College of Communication
  • Ben Kelly, BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design, London College of Communication

The courses in this list are at undergraduate degree level. We also offer the following course in this subject area at pre-degree level:

See the Pre-degree courses page for more information.

Student spotlight:

Brandon

"Networking is an important part of the creative industry, so my advice to new students is to start building your contacts from day one."

Originally from a small town in Colombia, Brandon grew up surrounded by music, inspiring his decision to study at London College of Communication. As a third-year student, he now feels equipped with all the tools he needs to support his future career as a sound designer. Brandon has already produced his first album for a British rap artist, and he's recently been working at an award-winning post production agency in London.

“From playing instruments to using various digital audio workstations, my early experiences led me to discover the power of sound and I fell in love with what the medium has to offer. My course gives me the necessary tools to take my music and sonic creativity to a higher level.

One of my recent projects has involved me working for Suite, an award-winning post production house based in the heart of Soho, London. The experience has given me plenty of knowledge from amazing professionals and has allowed me to learn more about the industry. I’ve also been promoting my brand as a producer and beat-maker. This led me to produce an album for a British rapper, which was an incredible and heartwarming experience.

London has given me the opportunity to study my passion. I’ve met people from all around the world who have become very good friends. I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with incredible people and I’m learning something new every single day, both on a personal and professional level.

Networking is an important part of the creative industry, so my advice to new students is to start building your contacts from day one. UAL students will soon become professionals, and keeping in touch with them will open so many doors. Most importantly, enjoy your time here! You’ll experience amazing things that you’ll remember forever.

I’m originally from a small town, so London felt huge to me when I first moved here. Try not to be worried about things like language and making new friends. You’ll eventually feel comfortable and everything will happen naturally and soon become normal.”

Brandon Mosquera Caicedo
BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design (now BA (Hons) Sound Arts), London College of Communication

Images © Alys Tomlinson