Prepare for an exciting career in Vancouver's growing special effects industry with training in Capilano University's Visual Effects for Film, Streaming & Immersive Media Diploma program.
Work with complex computer graphics technologies applicable to the visual effects industry, including writing computer code to control advanced effects software. Be proficient in a range of visual effects skills and have the ability to analyze the appropriate technology use for the specific creative needs of a production pipeline.
When you graduate from this intensive two-year program, you'll have an impressive demo reel to show to prospective employers and be ready to work in any film or television special effects department.
Capilano University (CapU) is a public university based in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 1968 as Capilano College by school boards and residents of the North Shore and Howe Sound based on the need for a public institution serving the local communities.
CapU is fully accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), a US-based accrediting body. The beauty of Capilano University's campuses and the quality of education offered here attract students from around the world. Its main campus is in North Vancouver, with another campus located in Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast.
CapU enrolls approximately 11,600 students each year, 8,300 in for-credit programs and 3,300 in non-credit courses. It also houses more than 1,900 international students from 73 countries around the world. CapU is a teaching-focused university offering a wide range of programs and services that enable students to succeed in their current studies, in their ongoing education, in their chosen careers, in their lifelong pursuit of knowledge, and in their contribution as responsible citizens in a rapidly changing and diverse global community.
Capilano University has four locations, including the main campus in North Vancouver, the Sunshine Coast campus in Sechelt, CapU Lonsdale in The Shipyards and the Ts'zil Learning Centre in Mount Currie.