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Degree name: Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Effects and Entertainment Design), Flinders University. Course code is 224131.
For more detailed information, please click here: https://www.flinders.edu.au/study/courses/bachelor-creative-arts-visual-effects-entertainment-design
HINTS AND TIPS FOR YOUR APPLICATION:
Although the degree is offered through Flinders University, we work in a strong partnership with CDW Studios. You will always have CDW options in your template.
Write the CV and do not worry if there is not much in it. You are not expected to have worked in the industry.
Your application will be considered once you have submitted your portfolio. Put your best work in the portfolio, don’t worry if you do not have the maximum number of pieces.
Give somewhere between 5 – 20 pieces of your work. Do not send in original copies of work — send us photocopies, original ideas are welcome.
Your portfolio should highlight what sort of career path you are looking at taking, for one of the 4 pathways: 2D, 3D, VFX or Animation.
Ranking your applications: Always put the degree that you most want to get into first in your ranking, then at ranking 2 or 3 put in a degree that you are confident that you will get into.
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For those who do not have the recommended ATAR, contact Admissions at Flinders if you need advice on alternate pathways.
There is no assessment for the online short courses. This means that you would be doing the exercises to receive personalised feedback and build on your current skill set, and would be hoping to improve your portfolio to progress as an artist. You would receive a participation certificate on completion of the online short course.