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How Does a College Student Animation School?

When considering animation schools, see the  St. Clair College Animation - Tradigital Program.  It's considered one of the best animation schools.

Animation is a budding art. Its popularity simply seems to be growing with time. With so many animation movies becoming super hits and animation being used in just about every field today, the craze for it is only justified. Moreover, it is an interesting art that involves a lot of creativity and it is far from being monotonous. This is the main reason why a student generally opts for an animation program in college.

Now the main question that arises is how to go on about it and choose a college animation program. The first thing to do would be to zero in on a number of animation schools and look at the requirements. Different colleges will have different requirements. You’ll have to analyze them carefully and see which college you fit into. Most animation colleges conduct a test. This test will most likely involve drawing. There’ll be certain rules to follow and guidelines given. Read all of them carefully and draw the best you can. To have the edge, make sure you submit your form early. Don’t wait for the last minute to submit your form.

Take a look at the program highlights and the goals. What does this animation school offer? What software is used? What is the technology used? Is it old or does the college use the latest software? What are the activities and techniques employed? These are the questions, answers to which should be clear in your mind. Remember to try to get into a college that provides the best of everything.

There is a need to look into the future opportunities. What after college? You should take a look into the employment opportunities. How will the skills learnt help you find a job? Where can you find a job? Can you find one easily? Are there loads of job opportunities based on the skills that you will learn?

Last thing is the tuition fees. Is it in your budget? Can you afford it? Is there a scholarship? Is it really worth the fees? Before even applying to a particular college, these questions must be asked and answered by you. Once you have all the answers, you will automatically find out which college is the best for you.

Remember to apply to various animation schools so you have a choice. Don’t just rely on one particular college.

 

Continue for more info: www.stclaircollege.ca/programs/postsec/animation

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