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Old 04-01-2005, 04:08 PM   #1
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hey dear frnds can anybody suggest which is the best university for doing the post graduate course for 3d aniamtion which complies from modelling to aniamtion .
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Well, if your willing to come to Britain, I'd highly recommend studying at the NCCA at Bournemouth Uni (the National Centre for Computer Animation).....I have to big it up, I went there!! No, the BA/MA degrees are very good, and also covers mathematical and programming techniques along with animation, modelling, etc.

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hey lisa well i would like to tlk abt this topic in more detail with yu so if yu can give yur email id where i sent all my queries to yu any chat id where we can chat . bye
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search the forum this question has been asked loads and there are lots of opinions etc all floating around.

On a side note I did the MSC at bournemouth 2 years ago and it's very good.

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I wanna go to Bournemouth too... :sobs:
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