How To Apply for the 3D Digital Artist Education
Speak With a Student CounsellorOur Student Counsellor can answer your questions about our educational programme and how to become a student, as well as provide preliminary feedback on your artwork, even if you're not sure you're ready to apply.
Prepare Your PortfolioPrior to submission, you can work with your Student Counsellor on building a portfolio roadmap on a timeline that works for you. Your Counsellor is available for ongoing artistic feedback the entire way.
Submit Online ApplicationOnce you've refined your portfolio, it's time to submit it. Ensure that your portfolio is a well-crafted showcase of your talents, creativity, and passion for computer graphics in the entertainment sector.
Assemble and provide all necessary documentation, including your high school diploma and a letter of motivation.
Application ReviewOur team will carefully review your application and provide you with feedback within a span of two weeks.
To apply for the education you are required to submit your high school diploma, artistic portfolio and motivational letter. Exemptions may be granted if you do not possess a high school diploma. Contact our student counselor to learn more.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are the Application Requirements the same for CADA's 3D Digital Artist education and Abertay's BA (Hons) Programme?
Indeed, there is a slight distinction when it comes to Abertay University. They specifically require a high school grade point average (GPA) of 7 or higher, based on the Danish Grading Scale.
In exceptional circumstances, there is a possibility of being granted an exemption from this requirement. We encourage you to connect with our student counsellor for further information.
Is the Abertay University BA (Hons) Programme Optional?
Yes. The decision to enrol in the Abertay BA (Hons) Programme is entirely up to you. You can enrol in CADA's 3D Digital Artist education without enroling in Abertay's programme.
Can I Apply Without Speaking to a Student Counsellor?
Yes, you can apply directly if you have your portfolio and necessary documents prepared. However, we strongly advise having a discussion with a Student Counsellor. This conversation can help ensure the program aligns with your ambitions and goals.
Contact our Student Counsellor
Phone: +45 70 27 77 87
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 17:00 CET