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Computer Graphics Technology BSc(Hons): Links with business and industry

How we work with industry partners

A diverse team of professionals teach this course, bringing a wealth of experience with them. This means that:

  • our teaching is illustrated by personal experience;
  • you have access to practical help from someone with up-to-date knowledge; and
  • the calibre of our teaching is known to a wide pool of employers.

Through their consultancy work and past employment, many lecturers also have contacts with some of the UK's most prestigious broadcast and multimedia organisations, including:

  • BBC;
  • Aardman Animation (the Oscar-winning makers of Wallace and Gromit);
  • international e-learning company Future Media; and
  • local TV and film production studios Teddington, which is part of the Pinewood Shepperton Studios Group.

Work-based learning

You develop your skills by undertaking a number of projects that are based on workplace scenarios.  These help you:

  • learn how to apply your academic studies to real-life situations;
  • prepare for the job market; and
  • ascertain the career direction that interests you most.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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