Game Art & 3D Animation at SAE Institute Wien
What do you learn at SAE Institute?
You will not only learn the theoretical basics of game art and animation, but you will also be able to apply them to your own projects. Our focus is on your own personal development and the ability to contribute to a team. Through interdisciplinary group projects, you will learn common workflows in the media and games industry that will help you in your future professional life.
For whom is the Game Art & 3D Animation department suitable?
The Game Art & 3D Animation department is for people who want to bring their ideas to life. Do you have the creative power not only to imagine parallel universes, but also to bring them to life in an impressive way? Then show the world what visual power you have in you.
Professionalprospects for game artists.
The ever-growing games and visualization industry offers prospects for a varied and revolutionary innovative professional life for more and more Game Artists. The Game Art & 3D Animation degree program is your opportunity to learn all the steps of visualization and create not only game art animation, but also your own future life path.
The degree at SAE prepares you to work as a game and animation artist in the areas of conceptualization, modeling, texturing, animation, and rendering.
Have we awakened your passion?
Game Art & 3D Animation
Structure of the Game Art & 3D Animation Curriculum
Our Game Art & 3D Animation curriculum is composed of the following modules:
Digital Sculpting & Texturing
Animation & Rendering
Projekt & Workflow
Research & Development
A detailed description of the individual modules, including their main topics, is available in our brochure
Learning and studying
at SAE Institute Wien
In March and September, you can start your vocational training or your studies with us. You have the same opportunities to learn and study with us in all our departments:
Professional Qualification – Diploma
In 18 months, the SAE Diploma lays the foundation for your professional entry into the creative industries. A high proportion of practical work enables a sound knowledge of the subject, and many practical applications train your own technical skills at an early stage. Accordingly, this makes the SAE Diploma a technical vocational training with strong industry relevance, flexible time management and a high degree of self-determination
For those who focus on a comprehensive and meaningful portfolio, the newly introduced Advanced Diploma is a very good addition. In addition to an interdisciplinary or cross-semester project as part of a team, this learning section also examines the aspects that are involved in such projects. In this way, you develop a broader view of work processes and interrelationships, while at the same time deepening your technical skills. As a result, you add value to your diploma.
Academic Degree – Bachelor
The study regulations provide for two course parts, the prestigious and industry-recognized Diploma, and an undergraduate part, where additional skills are learned and areas such as creative industry processes, project management, copyright and special techniques are covered. The program culminates in an internationally recognized BA/BSc (Hons), validated by the University of Hertfordshire in London. The standard period of study for the BA/BSc (Hons) including the Diploma is 36 months.