About Animation, BA (Hons) - at Berlin School of Business and Innovation
Why enrol on this programme
This three years/four-year International Route programme has been selected by BSBI from among the many prestigious international degrees offered by University for the Creative Arts (UCA). Students can save up to 33% on tuition fees! Terms and conditions apply*.
The course aims to attract the best creative talent and join the fascinating world of animated filmmaking. We will ensure you reach your full potential as you work in an industry standard studio with state of the art facilities. You will be supported by an esteemed faculty who will guide you to find your own unique approach within the field.
Combining theory with practice, this course enables you to develop a series of short films through being taught via a blended learning approach. The curriculum incorporates latest industry technology and meets contemporary digital standards too, ensuring you are equipped with relevant software for the field.
The Annual Student Survey 2021 revealed that:
- 89% Satisfied with the efficiency and friendliness of the BSBI staff overall - Source: BSBI 2021 Annual Student Survey
- 88% Satisfied with the assistance provided in terms of Visa Guidance, including SERS Immigration Support - Source: BSBI 2021 Annual Student Survey
Why study in Hamburg:
1. Hamburg shows it is at the heart of the creative industries within Europe.
Designers and illustrators can benefit from digitization and the positive economic situation in Germany, did you know the industry has had an average growth of 4.1% until 2014-2019 in the communication design industry? Source: Ibisworld.com
2. Exposure to established creative agencies: Study in Hamburg and be close to creative agencies like Jung von Matt, Blynk, Serious, Paperlux Studio, Sum.Cumo. Better yet, be near to start ups featuring client portfolios reaching from BMW, Google, Airbus to Mercedes Benz and Mc’ Donalds.
3. Opportunities Abound: Of 1.2 Million employed in the creative industries, over 30%, around 472k are based in the software/gaming industry. Source: Statista
In Hamburg, the software and games industry accounts for 28% percent of the workforce. Source: Monitoring report culture and creative industries 2019 on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). ZEW - Leibniz Center for European Economic Research GmbH Mannheim. Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI. December 2019
Portfolio Scholarship Competition:
Join the BSBI portfolio scholarship competition and showcase your creativity! Applicable to the Faculty of Creative Industries programmes awarded by the University for the Creative Arts that are offered on the BSBI Hamburg campus.
- Best Portfolio (Study for Free!) - 1 Student | 100% Scholarship on Tuition
- Second Best Portfolio - 10 Students | 50% Scholarship on Tuition
- Third Best Portfolio - 20 Students | 40% Scholarship on Tuition
Submission deadline: 30th April 2023.
*Terms and Conditions:
1. To secure the offer, a minimum deposit of €2,000 must be paid before the deadline.
2. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or scholarships.
3. Terms and conditions of the Study Agreement are still applicable.
4. This offer is effective June 2022.
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