Search form

Getting an animation degree in Europe?

4 posts / 0 new
Last post
Getting an animation degree in Europe?

Hi, awn!

So, I want to animate for video games/cartoons/movies. I know more about 2D animation, but 3D is not unappealing to me, and if it's possible, I want a degree that delves somewhat into both 2D and 3D computer animation.

After researching animation programs, I realized a lot of animators from the US (where I am located now) go to Europe for education, then return here for employment. There are many credible schools, it seems to be cheaper than a lot of the animation programs here, and I really love Europe.

My question for you is this: Were you or any animators you know educated in Europe? Where is the best place to be educated in animation in Europe? I am looking for credible, but somewhat affordable. English-speaking country preferred, but I am willing to learn another language.

Thanks, Willow

Yes, students can still study

Yes, students can still study over the phone or radio, but this is an ineffective method and I want to talk to the swami about it to understand how gadgets make distance learning easier for students. Go to the article you can still complete the year using the method you will learn about after reading the article and then you won't have any problems. Different blocks and products can help you with this form of learning more than you might imagine.

We discovered that genuine

We discovered that genuine leather jackets are more trendy and exquisite than imitation leather jackets

womens biker jacket

Woah! I never knew that there

Woah! I never knew that there’s an animation degree as well. There are a lot of degrees and programs that the new generation can get enrolled in. I don’t like my subject at all which is why I often take services from a site where you can Pay Someone To Take A Class For You so that they can note down important points for me.