Breda University of Applied Sciences (BUas) is an international higher education institution with 7,700 students from over 60 countries. It is situated in the south of the Netherlands, in the city of Breda, only 100 km from both Amsterdam and Brussels. The technical professional bachelor's ‘Creative Media and Game Technologies’ programme offers ‘International Game Architecture and Design’ as a differentiated stream. We also run the one year program: Master Game Technology.
The CGI and FX department of ESMA offers its students a four year program which is thorough, unique and internationally acclaimed. Drawing, fine arts and history of the arts together with storyboarding are offered along with state-of-the-art technologies. Each year, their creations are selected and rewarded in the greatest national and international festivals of the genre.
FX Animation Barcelona 3D School is one of Europe's top schools offering programs that will to specialize in some of today's fasted growing professional sectors such as VFX, 3D Character Animation, and Video Games.
Lost Boys differs from traditional educational institutions in it’s hands-on, project based curriculum within a studio environment. Small class sizes nurture strong learning relationships between students and mentors. Each student has access to a full time workspace and high-end workstation.
This combination of production-style training and specialized, industry focused programs has made Lost Boys graduates the most highly sought out source of new talent within the Visual Effects Industry. They are known for advanced skill sets and keen problem solving instincts.
NAD school was founded in 1991 and is one the oldest 3D animation and VFX school in Quebec having trained over 2000 students who now work all around the world. Deeply involved in the Montreal VFX and Game community, students attend many activities like continuous pro-level formations, Visual Effect Society and SIGGRAPH chapter activities and their own professional conference week, ELITE. NAD also host MHUG (Montreal Houdini User group) and have weekly conferences and reviews from key talent from local companies.
The Digital Animation programme at the University of Hertfordshire has been nationally and internationally recognised for its excellence. A highly sought-after programme, it covers a range of disciplines under the 2D animation, 3D animation, games art and visual effects umbrella. With strong industry links, excellent graduate prospects, outstanding teaching and state-of-the-art facilities, the programme helps to sculpt raw talent into highly specialised skill sets, nurturing today’s artists into tomorrow’s professionals.