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Undergraduate Animation, Games and VR degrees

Become the future generation of the creative industries

Located in the heart of London, London College of Communication is a pioneering world leader in creative communications education. Ranked as one of the Top 2 universities in the world for art and design (QS World University Rankings 2022) for the 4th time in a row, there really is no better time to study an undergraduate degree with us! Whether you dream of becoming an animator, games designer or pursuing a career in the rapidly expanding virtual reality sector, we’ll help kickstart your creative career. With support from our highly experienced course teams, industry-standard facilities and opportunities to collaborate with industry, you’ll gain the essential skills to pursue a career in these rapidly-evolving industries.

Explore our courses

  • 3D Animation character
    Zirui Li,
    2021 BA (Hons) Animation, London College of Communication, UAL
    BA (Hons) Games Arts  

    BA (Hons) Games Art gives you the tools and skillset to bring your worlds and characters to life. Prepare for a career in games by expressing your unique ideas and unleashing your creative potential.

  • screenshot of game showing birds eye view of an office with the date and time in the left corner.
    Project Madison by Pauline Martyn and Taylor Adams Jasmin Harriott
    BA (Hons) Games Design  

    BA (Hons) Games Design will teach you how to take the software tools used in game design and development to create new gaming experiences from original concept to finished game.

  • Image of man in denim shirt and jeans wearing a virtual reality headset while looking and bending down within a red rectangle taped to the floor.
    BA (Hons) Virtual Reality banner. Image by Ana Escobar
    BA (Hons) Virtual Reality  

    Work with new immersive and interactive tools for film, games, design and remote collaboration to shape the future of the VR field.

  • A character running forward holding a long object in their hand.
    Image © Panos Georgiou
    BA (Hons) Animation  

    Learn core traditional skills and principles in animation to underpin any future specialism such as 3D digital animation and modelling or stop-motion animation, as well as 2D analogue and digital.

  • An arrangement of different student outcomes and sketches. Some under the influence of David Bowie.
    Image © Lewis Bush
    Certificate in Higher Education: Preparation for Design, Media and Screen  

    Not quite ready for an undergraduate degree? This pre-degree course will allow you to develop your creative, academic and professional potential in design, media and screen. Successful completion of this one year course will guarantee the offer of a place on an undergraduate course at London College of Communication.