Main Program Contact:
Liam Scanlan Director of School of Media (T) +(44) 1202 363234 (F) +(44) 1202 537729
Degree Categories: Certificate, Diploma, BA/BS/BFA, Other: Foundation Degree
Program Categories: Character Animation, Computer Animation/Digital Art, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Multimedia/Games, Web Graphics/Design, Animation History/Theory
Public or Private Institution: public
Number of Students: 1700
Number of Foreign Students: 200
Fees / Tuition Information: For information, please contact Hilary Colvey, International Officer, on tel: +44 1202 363233 fax: +44 1202 537729 e-mail email@example.com
2003-4 tuition fee for International (nonEU) students is
Financial Aid Information: We do not offer scholarships (apart for a limited number on the final year of study) but we are listed as a foriegn institution for US students who wish to apply for federal aid.
Entrance Requirements: These vary according to the course. For the BA Film & Animation Production requirements are 5GCSE, 2 A-level passes/GNVQ Advanced (Level 3)/ BTEC ND/Foundation Course. All applicants will be expected to show a portfolio of work.
Facilities / Equipment: Cambridge Ani systems
Animo 4.1 with A3 black and white and colour scanner/printer
Mac G4 with After Effects, 3D S Max, Premiere, Illustrator, Flash and Photoshop
Dar line Testers
45 work stations
Program Description: The Arts Institute at Bournemouth is one of Britain
Faculty Description: The School of Media has earned an international reputation for the high standard of its students who have won numerous national and international awards. The AIB was recently awarded the prestigious Queen's Anniversary Prize for excellence in education for the film industry, largely due to the high calibre of its film and animation courses.
Alumni Information: The course has an impressive network of contacts within the animation-based industries. Students have gone on to work for Industrial Light on