Richmond upon Thames College is a further education college in South West London. Located opposite Twickenham Rugby Stadium, just 20 minutes from London Waterloo.

We offer a broad and innovative curriculum for post 16 study. This includes A Levels and an extensive range of vocational and technical qualifications (diplomas and certificates) and apprenticeships from entry level to level 5.

The College will be the home to a major £80m flagship building and Phase One is due to complete in Spring 2020. With Phase Two for the STEM and Sports Hall due to complete 2021. It’s a great place to study with established links to top universities and employers, our staff will support you to achieve your full potential and progress into your chosen career.

Follow your passion and start your career in TV and film or Animation and Visual Effects

Our media and film courses are some of our most dynamic. Students gain a variety of amazing skills depending on the course they choose. Learn about the meaning and composition of films and advertisements, develop your skills in animation and visual effects and work behind and in front of the camera to hone your presentation, filming, editing, production and/or directing skills. Study media and film to prepare for an interesting career in an ever-evolving and intensely creative and lively industry.

Creative Media (Production and Technology) Level 2

The Creative Media (Production and Technology) Level 2 course will provide you with the knowledge, skills and understanding to progress on to level 3 studies or to employment in media-related fields. This course is for students seeking practical study over a more academic study route.

 

Exam Board: University of the Arts London (UAL)

Start date: SEPTEMBER

Creative Media Production and Technology (Moving Image) Level 3

The UAL Level 3 Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology - Moving Image course, is designed for students interested in a “behind the camera” media career in film, TV and digital narrative.

 

There is a combination of both the creative the use image and technical production skills. You will be involved in practical filming projects using digital equipment for filming and post production.

 

Media is a fast moving industry and current topics are explored, you will use research and context to develop you own ideas and concepts. Due to the strong reputation of the course, Richmond upon Thames students are invited to participate in competitions and other experience opportunities. 

 

All students (16-18 year olds and 19+) on level 3 vocational and technical programmes will study two qualifications over the duration of their two-year course. An example of this is BTEC students will study for a 90 credit qualification in the 1st year. Upon successful completion, they will be able to progress to the 2nd year and study a diploma/extended diploma qualification.

 

Exam Board: University of the Arts London (UAL)

STARTS IN SEPTEMBER 

Creative Media Production and Technology (Visual Effects, Animation and Games) Level 3

The UAL Level 3 Diploma in Creative Media Production and Technology - Digital Visual Effects course, is designed to develop the highly sought after design and production skills required for the rapidly evolving visual effects industry and focusses on visual effects, animation and games design.

 

The course, is designed to develop highly sought after design and production skills required for rapidly evolving industries. While developing practical skills needed for a career within the industry, you will also learn how the animation, VFX and games industries operate and what drives it through studio visits and practical study.

The course introduces you to the fundamentals of 3D modelling, animation, compositing and virtual reality and prepares you for your next step to university or employment. The course enjoys close industry links and they are keen to develop the experience of learners at an early stage of their careers.

All students (16-18 year olds and 19+) on level 3 vocational and technical programmes will study two qualifications over the duration of their two-year course. An example of this is BTEC students will study for a 90 credit qualification in the 1st year. Upon successful completion, they will be able to progress to the 2nd year and study a diploma/extended diploma qualification.

 

 Exam Board: University of the Arts London (UAL)

Start date: SEPTEMBER

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