Visual media consists of many different segments under its folds such as television, print, and films. It also includes segments like animation, gaming and visual effects. Visual media the world over has witnessed unprecedented growth in the last two decades with use of more sophisticated technology, more animation and visual effects and this is going to increase with expanding games market and smart phone revolution. Students who pursue programs in this domain are opened to a world of design, motion graphics, animation, digital video production and digital art. There are large numbers of opportunities to be had in films, print media, and multimedia and also in different emerging media such as motion graphics, video, animation, and game design. Companies both national and international are always on the constant look out for raw creative talent who might not have the best portfolio but have a passion and enthusiasm for working in the area.

Employment avenues

  • Design studios
  • Online design companies
  • Video game and development companies
  • Book, newspapers, and magazines
  • Packaging firms and publishing houses
  • Production or design firms
  • Advertising companies
  • Corporate design departments
  • Museums and galleries
  • Education institutions
  • Government and nonprofit organizations
  • International TV networks and stations
  • Social media/ online media
  • Film industry

Hot Programs

  • Classical Animation Program,   Vancouver Film School,   Canada
  • Film Production,   Vancouver Film School,   Canada
  • Animation (BA),   Webster University,   USA
  • Visual Representation BA,   Budapest Metropolitan University,   Hungary
  • Post Production,   Canadore College,   Canada
  • Digital Cinematography,   Canadore College,   Canada
  • 3D Animation and Visual Effects,   Media Design School,   New Zealand
  • Motion Design,   Media Design School,   New Zealand
  • Digital Visual Effects Diploma,   Capilano University,   Canada
  • DIPLOMA IN GAME ART AND DEVELOPMENT,   Yoobee School Of Design,   New Zealand