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Digital Media Design

Trafford College Group

UCAS Code: FDDM | Foundation Degree - FD

Entry requirements


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64

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About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2022

Do you have a passion for creative technology and media production? This course is for filmmakers,gamers,designers,artists and image makers who would be equally at home in a dynamic ,multi disciplined Digital Media environment.|You will have the opportunity to fuse traditional and digital media to shape new forms of communication.You will explore areas such as virtual and augmented reality where media creative's can now develop applications in the area of art, architecture,and entertainment. These applications can offer immersive interactive experiences that will soon potentially ,eclipse established media. The Industry now requires digital artists to understand and be able to embrace this speed of change in practice.

Modules

Ideas and Concepts- Developing ideas for a variety of media outcomes and presenting them in a professional way.
Digital Exploration- Utilising a range of computer software and hardware to create media assets including audio,3D Models and 2D Graphics to produce a range of media outcomes that demonstrate your technical and creative media skills.
Immersion and Interface-Creating a virtual reality experience and ways to interact within these environments.
Future Self- Develop a pathway for your personal career aspirations.

Assessment methods

All students are continually assessed throughout their learning with one to one tutorial guidance or in-group critiques. And on completion of modules are assessed and graded. There are no formal examinations.

Tuition fees

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England
£6,995
for the whole course
Northern Ireland
£6,995
for the whole course
Scotland
£6,995
for the whole course
Wales
£6,995
for the whole course

The Uni


Course location:

Trafford College-Altrincham Campus

Department:

Arts, Design and Media

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