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Duration

18 months

Tuition

$35,160

  Toronto

Apr 4-Sep 29

Plus 2 other start dates

Jul 4 - Dec 22 2023

Oct 3 - Mar 29 2024

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Diploma

Scholarships

no

Toronto Film School understands that aspiring video game designers and animators are looking for educational opportunities that are both skills-oriented and industry-based. That’s why their Video Game Design & Animation diploma program explores the entire 2D and 3D gaming process, with assignments based on real-world challenges.

Here’s what you can expect: A comprehensive, 18-month on-campus program, small class sizes and instruction from experienced video game creators. You will also have the opportunity to conceive and develop your own video game over several terms. You will graduate with the knowledge you need to fill any number of creative roles, including: Game Designer, Concept Artist, Game Modeler, Quality-Assurance Tester, Level Designer and Game Animator.

Bachelor of Creative Arts degree pathway

A creative diploma from Toronto Film School qualifies you for entry into Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Creative Arts (BCA) degree program, which can be completed in as few as 15 months. The BCA is designed to round out your education by teaching you the practical business and leadership skills you need for a successful career in the creative arts. With this degree, you will then be eligible to apply to Canada’s Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP), where you can obtain a work permit valid for up to 3 years.

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Student Reviews (7)

Toronto Film School

Positive experience

M. Rondeau

Toronto • January 17, 2022

Graduated From

Acting for Film, TV and the Theatre

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

4 stars

Toronto Film School gave me so many opportunities to challenge myself, both as an actor and a person. Obviously, you have to be proactive and create some of these opportunities for yourself. Being able to audition for the short films made by the studen...

Toronto Film School gave me so many opportunities to challenge myself, both as an actor and a person. Obviously, you have to be proactive and create some of these opportunities for yourself. Being able to audition for the short films made by the students of the Film Production and Writing programs allowed me to build a solid network of film creatives. I'm grateful for that. My teachers were knowledgeable, attentive, supportive and most of them are also working as actors, producers, filmmakers, etc. I was even hired or recommended by some of them on their various projects. Yes, tuition is expensive, but I personally got a lot out of it. It definitely gave me the confidence I needed to tackle this demanding industry.

Toronto Film School

So far, so good!

Olivia B.

Toronto • November 17, 2021

Graduated From

Film Production

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

4 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

Toronto Film School is in CourseCompare's top film schools, even if it's #10. It's also in the Princeton Review's ranking. I recently stated at TFS in film production and applied to VFS but wanted to stay close to home. I also looked at Ryerson and Yor...

Toronto Film School is in CourseCompare's top film schools, even if it's #10. It's also in the Princeton Review's ranking. I recently stated at TFS in film production and applied to VFS but wanted to stay close to home. I also looked at Ryerson and York but I was looking for something that's hands-on and experiential and not theory/film studies liberal arts type classes. So far so good! I'm meeting great students and getting intros to industry people even during this awful pandemic.

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