Program Categories: Cartooning, Character Animation, Experimental Animation, Fine Art, Multimedia/Games, Web Animation, Voice Acting, Performance Animation, Animation History/Theory
Number of Students: N/A
Number of Foreign Students: N/A
Teacher / Student Ratio: N/A
Cost Per Credit: $1,080
Fees / Tuition Information: Fees include tuition, registration and services, laboratory and equipment insurance. Total tuition is $38,260 per year.
Is Financial Aid Available? yes
Financial Aid Information: Information about financial aid at New York University can be found at http://tischasia.nyu.edu.sg/object/TischAsiaFinAid.html. There you will learn about the student aid application process, how awards are determined, and when to submit the necessary forms. You will also find answers to frequently asked questions about the process and general eligibility. The Financial Aid Web site reviews different kinds of assistance available to those who qualify, including loans, scholarships, and grants. Financial aid can be obtained from a variety of sources, including federal, state, University, and private sources of funding.
Although some financial aid is based on merit, most is based on a combination of merit and financial need. For U.S. citizens, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form required to determine financial need. Students from the U.S. are encouraged to submit the FAFSA each year to determine aid eligibility and renewability. The NYU FAFSA filing deadlines for priority consideration are as follows: returning undergraduates
Entrance Requirements: Admission is competitive, and the requirements are exactly the same as the M.F.A. programs in New York. A bachelor
Program Philosophy: Singapore
Program Description: Film and Television: The Animation and Digital Arts Curriculum
During this two-year program of study, students are immersed in a unique creative environment that helps them learn traditional forms of the art of animation and explore a sandbox of advanced techniques and digital technologies. From capturing the motion of a dancer to animating facial expressions following a human voice, students explore ways to re-create motion and to create relationships through storytelling.
The Two-Year Program of Study: Starting with traditional forms of animation arts