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[https://h-da.de/studium/studienangebot/studiengaenge/architektur-medien-und-design/animation-and-game-ba/ The Hochschule Darmstadt] has a [https://ag.mediencampus.h-da.de/ Bachelor of Arts dedicated to Animation & Game] in their Mediacampus. The Animation and Game Programme is a multidisciplinary, project-based Bachelor degree course with strong practical focus. Mainly carried out in English language it qualifies students for careers in the international media and entertainment industries. The unique combination of two disciplines, animation and game design, reflects the merging platforms and distribution channels and enables the graduates to successfully evolve in a highly dynamic professional field.       
  
[https://rubika-edu.com/ Rubika] (formerly known as SUPINFOCOM) is an animation school with multiple locations. Our partner-school location is in Valenciennes, France. Their three main focuses are Design, Animation, and Videogames. Similar to the HSLU offering the [https://lumaa.ch/ LuMAA course], RUBIKA also offers [http://rubika-edu.com/international/international-summer-programs-rubika summer courses in animation]. The curriculum includes: two years of preparatory courses (design and applied art, perspective, film analysis, video, color, 2D animation, art history, sculpture, communication, English) and three years of specialisation in computer graphics (3D software, screenplay, storyboards, animation, compositing, 3D production, sound, editing). The final year of study is devoted to the team-based production of a short film in CG.     
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Please note: they don't offer Stop-Motion animation, but the same Mediacampus also offers an interesting [https://er.mediencampus.h-da.de/ Expanded Realities BA]      
  
'''Please note:''' during the 4th semester they are largely focused on 2D and various other skills - read the 2019 exchange report for more information!     
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'''Specialties''': animation, gamedesign
  
'''Specialties''': art design, CGI animation
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'''Course language:''' German/English
 
 
'''Course language:''' French / English
 
  
 
== Documents ==
 
== Documents ==
* [[2019 - Exchange Report - RUBIKA - Emmanuelle Petermann]]
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* none so far
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
  
* [http://rubika-edu.com/international/student-exchange-programs RUBIKA's international student exchange page]
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* [https://ag.mediencampus.h-da.de/ The Media Campus' Animation&Game Website]
* [https://rubika-edu.com/galerie/filiere-animation/films-5eme-annee Watch some of their students' graduation films]
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* [https://h-da.de/studium/studienangebot/studiengaenge/architektur-medien-und-design/animation-and-game-ba/ Official information about the Animation department (contacts under "Beratung")]
* [https://rubika-edu.com/galerie/filiere-animation/films-1-minute-4eme-annee Watch some of their students' 1-minute films from the 4th year]
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* [https://international.h-da.de/profil/kontakte/fuer-studierende/ Contact to the International Office ("Incoming Students" halfway down the page)]
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* [https://ag.mediencampus.h-da.de/projects/ Browse through some of their projects]
  
 
== List of Partner Schools ==
 
== List of Partner Schools ==
  
 
[[Partnerschulen]]
 
[[Partnerschulen]]

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The Hochschule Darmstadt has a Bachelor of Arts dedicated to Animation & Game in their Mediacampus. The Animation and Game Programme is a multidisciplinary, project-based Bachelor degree course with strong practical focus. Mainly carried out in English language it qualifies students for careers in the international media and entertainment industries. The unique combination of two disciplines, animation and game design, reflects the merging platforms and distribution channels and enables the graduates to successfully evolve in a highly dynamic professional field.

Please note: they don't offer Stop-Motion animation, but the same Mediacampus also offers an interesting Expanded Realities BA

Specialties: animation, gamedesign

Course language: German/English

Documents

  • none so far

Links

List of Partner Schools

Partnerschulen