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Our guide to undergraduate illustration courses

Illustration courses introduce students to the various disciplines required to become professionals in the design and illustration industry. Typically, these programmes are designed to give you a broad skill level in areas such as drawing, animation, material and medium selection, digital production and the application of software. Courses will also encourage students’ professional development via theoretical and placement studies, and the undertaking of critical studies aimed at creating a knowledgeable and introspective practitioner.

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Exciting Fun Course With Top Teaching
by Terri-Ann - April 2015

I am a placement student on this course. I was lucky to get work experience with Ulster University during their rebranding which turned out to be an exciting year. I have loved every minute of the course. Have a look on my website to see some of my work and don't be afraid to email me if you have any questions on the course! :)

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