To know the job market for Animations in Australia, you have 2 options.
1. Surf the internet and read job reviews. Apply online to few organizations.
2. Approach an abroad job consultant especially one who deals with jobs in Australia. You can drop in your Resume to them and they can help you.
Wish you good luck...
Interesting question. Both the fields are related to the field of computers. But please note both the fields work on 2 different domains.
Simply saying BCA is related to developing and installing the application whereas animations is related to working on existing softwares. Also both require a different skill set from individuals. BCA is more technical oriented whereas Animations tilts more towards creativity.
Please note, this being a techno savvy century, computers are now to stay and hence we would see lots of new and innovative results and developments which will make
Career in Animation has a bright future since animation has now not remained only for entertainment purposes but also for educational purposes.
It would be better if you do formal courses in animation. However before that, I would recommend you if you are not a graduate, to do Bachelors in Fine Arts (BFA). This under graduate degree course will help you understand all the aspects of designing, which are essential for animation also. You can choose specialisation in animation also later in the course.
After BFA, you can do a short term course in advanced animation technique
Nice to see that you are so interested in animation as a career that you are thinking of doing a degree course in animation.
Here, I would suggest that instead of just an animation degree course at under graduate level, it will be more beneficial if you go for Bachelors in Fine Arts (BFA) as a degree. In this you can choose animation also as an optional subject or you may do a course later in animation. Doing BFA, will give you the best foundation knowledge and command over the designing, concepts and artistic approach. This will also help in non-animation areas like graph
A very good question. But it is too subjective. Some people are able to self introspect and hence know their skills and are able to choose a suitable career accordingly.
Some require the help of psychometric testing called Aptitude test to know their potentials and thereby choose a career.
But please note, satisfaction is again a personal perspective. And for few it is just getting a job whereas for others it is getting to a peak level at their job. Sometimes even an extra curricular activity can give you that boost.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck..
I would suggest that you take the National Stock Exchange's NCFM certifications for growing in your career. Those certifications are valid for 3 to 5 years and they are recognised by the industry.
Opting for those certifications will help you grow technically.
Choosing a nation and then asking for career course is the most risky method of choosing a career for life.
You should ask yourself that where you are best and for which course you are best and not ask for best course.
Choosing a random course for a specific country is a wrong career decision. I feel, you should be aware of your own interests, strengths, passion, aptitude and then decide which course would be best for you and then which country should not be a constraint and determinant.
I feel, you should definitely take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This is a psy
Best course will depend on how best you are. If you consider yourself best, then you can choose the best and most challenging course which will give you excellent careers in terms of money and growth.
Do not ever make this mistake of thinking for the best career. Every career is best, it is essential to know which career is best for you and suitable for you.
There are plenty of career courses in commerce stream and the list is below:
Cost & Management Accountancy
Chartered Financial Analysts
Best would be if you would have done your Research by checking online.
By the way, I am posting few Colleges, now you would have to check the colleges one by one online for their accreditions and placements etc. If possible visit the placement cell of the college, to get your doubts cleared.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
Your question is very vague and does not indicate any specific concern.
There are private institutes who give courses in Animation. There are no formal degree colleges for animation in India. To begin with I would suggest that you may think for BFA (Bachelors in Fine Arts) course from a recognised University.
BFA would serve as a strong foundation for you to make careers in artistic field like animation, designing, arts, etc.
For BFA there are good colleges in Mumbai, Delhi, Pune.
Also apart from choosing the best college, ensure you are also one of the best student.
Nice to know that you are interested in internships in your undergraduate course. However please let me know which course are you pursuing for which you require you to internship?
You can find internship opportunities by locating companies yourself through online platforms or approaching companies in person. Hope you have kept your resume ready.
Also, you could register on www.letsintern.com or www.hellointern.com or www.internshala.com as a student and there are companies on these websites which hire interns. You will surely get something good there.
Also be flexible in te
Hoe that by this question, you mean Institutes from where you could pursue Animation careers and not companies that hire a Animations graduate.
Listing down few centres from where you could pursue Animations from Hyderabad
PIXXEL ARTS. http://pixxelarts.com/
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck....
Currently, there is no survey or ranking of best startups in India.
Startups generally visit colleges for placements or hire talent through job consultants.
Internship in Startups is really good thing to do.
I would suggest that you should register yourself on www.internshala.com or www.letsintern.com. These job portals are dedicated for internship assignments and here you can get access to startups.
I would require more details from you.
Which domain and sector do you have 5 years of experience? Based on that it would be more better for me to recommend you executive programs in management. Which city do you stay or work in?
You can give me a call too through this system and we can discuss in detail and arrive at a decision.
I would not suggest any random executive programs for you.
Great to know your interest in Animation.
Please note to be successfull in Animation Industry, it is more important to have genuine creativity, colour and drawing sense than to know the software tools used. Software tools are required to learn which will facilitate and enhance your creativity.
Animator being niche industry can be successful in locations like Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore. It is relatively lucrative career with high level of expertise needed with less nos of Job opportunity as compared to other mass IT careers.
Hope above would help you make
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Animation field is far different from Biology. You being a Science student, you have many better career options then Animation. To decide whether animation is right choice, I recommend you to take psychometric test - Ideal Career Test from www.careerguide.com. This will help you understand your aptitude, interest and personality. If you have inclination towards art and creative field, animation field can be rewarding for you.
There are certificate, diploma and degree courses in animation. For the admission to the professional study of a
It would be good if you could get in touch with some computer expert or an IT graduate or a computer coach.
Since I am a layman in this subject, I would only be able to suggest meeting an expert.
Wish you good luck....
Thanks for putting up your query here.
My only recommendation is, "Practice, practice and practice." Following tips may be helpful:
Enhance your general knowledge.Read as much as possible. Watch news.
Read books and apply the ideas from the books to what you read and hear from news reports in everyday life.
Discuss what you have read with your friends and teachers.
Practice psychological tests. You can explore thousands of psychological tests available online. Practice Situation Reaction Test, Word Association Test, Thematic Appreciation Test and other projective tests particul