Brunel University London

Digital Design BSc Placement offered

Brunel University London
In Uxbridge

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Typology Postgraduate
Location Uxbridge
Start Different dates available
  • Postgraduate
  • Uxbridge
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Brunel's BSc in Digital Design is an updated programme that builds on our original Multimedia Design and Technology BSc – recognised as one of the first and most successful creative digital design courses in the UK.

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Uxbridge (Middlesex)
Brunel University, UB8 3PH


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· Requirements

IELTS: 6 (min 5.5 in all areas) Pearson: 51 (51 in all subscores) BrunELT: 60% (min 55% in all areas)

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5.0 19/03/2018
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What you'll learn on the course

3d training

Course programme

Course Content

At Levels 1 and 2, students focus on applying the materials taught in lectures to the development of their design and creative skills through the use of practical creative studios. Our studio work makes use of state-of-the-art facilities devoted to motion capture, photography, web design, 3D graphics, 2D graphics, sound and video capture/editing. Within these environments, we employ a wide variety of teaching, learning and assessment methods.

Typical Modules

Level 1

  • Creativity for Digital Media Design
  • Digital Photography
  • Digital Graphics
  • Web Design
  • Business for the Creative Industries
  • Programming for Digital Media 1
  • Introduction to Video Production
  • Digital Design Theory
  • Web Design & Development
  • Interaction Design & Usability
  • Programming for Digital Media 2

Level 2

  • Applied Media Aesthetics 1
  • Marketing & Professional Development
  • 3D Design
  • Experimental Digital Futures
  • Data Modelling
  • Design for Mobile
  • Applied Media Aesthetics 2
  • Design Practice
  • 3D Animation
  • Server–Side Web Development
  • Mobile Web Development

Level 3 Compulsory

  • Working in the Digital Creative Industries
  • Major Multimedia Project

Level 3 Options

  • Rigging and Motion Capture
  • Effects Animation
  • Digital Experiences
  • Graphics
  • E-Business Systems

Read more about the structure of undergraduate degrees at Brunel and what you will learn on the course.

Additional information

Teaching and Assessment Teaching The course uses the latest technology housed in purpose-built teaching studios. It employs a wide variety of teaching, learning and assessment methods, which will develop and then call on your capacity to use hardware and software in order to realise your creative design solutions. Staff expertise Most of our staff have practical experience of working in the digital industry and maintain industry links which keep their teaching and research at the cutting edge. Many are internationally and nationally recognised for their work, which is widely published and exhibited. In order to match the thematic breadth of the course, our staff have attained PhDs and/or professional accreditation in a wide variety of subjects. How many hours of study are involved? At Level 1 you will have about 18 taught hours a week. This will fall to about 12 hours of taught lectures and seminars in Level 3, with an additional whole day of project work. Outside taught sessions, you are expected to work independently on extending your skills and creative portfolio (to enable you to make the most of your time at university, there is 24-hour access to the Library and Computing facilities during term time). In addition to this, staff are normally happy to answer queries outside taught sessions. We operate an open door policy, so you can drop in and chat or email lecturers with your questions. Students are expected to carry out a total of 40 hours study a week, including contact hours. How will I be taught? Lectures – These provide a broad overview of key concepts and ideas relating to your course and give you a framework from which to carry out in-depth study. Studio workshops – These are normally stand-alone three-hour sessions in which students can develop, understand and practice using industry-standard equipment. Workshops provide an informal environment in which to explore new ideas and apply what you have learnt in lectures, with the help of a tutor.

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