There is a wide range of facilities at our Knights Park campus, where this course is based. Teaching in the Faculty is mainly studio-based so you spend a lot of your time in the illustration studios, but you will also have access to:
- a life room for drawing practice;
- fully-equipped film/animation studio;
- printmaking equipment – including equipment for relief, intaglio, screen printing and photographic-based imaging;
- photography equipment – including for digital printing;
- whitespace film studio – with animation programmes, animo, toon boom and 2D packages; and
- a general wood and metalwork workshop.
Find out more about the Knights Park campus in the.
Computer workshops include:
- Mac software – Adobe Creative Suite;
- editing programmes – including media 100 and final cut PRO; and
- compositing programmes – including After effects, Combustion, 3D Animation, 3D Animation and 3D Studio MAX.
You also benefit from:
- well-equipped lecture theatres, seminar rooms and workshops;
- the library's extensive book and journal collection – as well as over 150,000 slides and visual references dating back to the 1600s; and
- the dedicated Graduate Centre on campus – including IT facilities, seminar rooms and social spaces.
The University has its own on-site galleries, including:
Resources in London
Kingston is just a 30 minute train journey away from central London. Here you can access a wealth of exhibitions and galleries, including the Cartoon Museum and the National Film Theatre.