University of Hertfordshire
University of Hertfordshire

University of Hertfordshire

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The University of Hertfordshire is an innovative and enterprising university

The School of Creative Arts is the oldest part of the University of Hertfordshire, and its roots date back to 1890 with the formation of St Albans School of Art that later merged with the University in the 20th century. The School prides itself on its devotion to teaching creativity and the skills required to enable students to reach the goals they want from a degree and future career. It combines a wealth of physical resources that cover all aspects of creative arts production from animation, games and film, to fashion, print making, ceramics and architectural design to name a few. A large base of talented staff with working experience of the industries they teach in allows students to gain knowledge from those who have already worked in the areas they wish to enter after graduation. The School maintains close links with many companies in the creative industries, allowing students to be part of live projects, company visits, guest lectures on specialist cutting edge topics and to get to meet the people and companies who inspired them to begin their journey into art in the first place.

Countries: United Kingdom

Location: Online Campus

Industries: 3D Animation Visual Effects Game Design & Development Concept Art & Illustration Architectural Visualisation Immersive Media Other

Software: Adobe Creative Suite After Effects Arnold Houdini Mari Marmoset Toolbag Marvellous Designer Maya Nuke Paint Tool Sai Photoshop Substance Designer TV Paint Unreal Engine Zbrush

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