Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Effects and Entertainment Design)

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Course facts at a glance.
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Prerequisites

Portfolio, CV and written statement.

Assumed knowledge

None

Minimum selection rank

60.00

Guaranteed selection rank

N/A

Adjustment factors available

Yes

SATAC code

224131

Delivery mode
On campus:
  • – Bedford Park
Online: No
Duration

3 years full-time
(or part-time equivalent)

Annual indicative fee
  • 2019: To be advised
How are these fees calculated?
Start dates
  • – March
  • – July

Artwork by Duncan Li

Being taught by industry professionals really gets the ball rolling in regard to the quality of work we’re able to produce. I’m working on my portfolio to make sure it’s industry ready. I’ve also been given the opportunity to work on my own project, which I’m taking into my honours year to develop into a product I can sell on the market, or pitch to studios.

Anthony Robinson, Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Effects and Entertainment Design)

CDW Studios

Working in conjunction with Flinders University, CDW Studios offers the most up-to-date and relevant information to gain a career in the VFX and entertainment design industry.  

Artwork by Duncan Li

Ranked No.1 Digital Illustration School*

The Rookies is an international awards and mentor platform for young designers, creators, innovators and artists in film, animation, games, virtual reality and architecture visualisation.

The competition, which involves more than 600 schools and more than 3,000 entrants and thousands of their entries from 81 countries, rated Flinders University and its partner CDW Studios Adelaide as #1 in *Best Digital Illustration Schools in 2017 and 2018.

Flinders University and CDW Studios win World's number 1 Digital Illustration studio 2018