Motion Graphics

Find your creative career with our range of undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses in Animation, Games, Visual Effects (VFX), Concept Art and Motion Graphics.

We're ranked 1st in the world for Production Excellence in Immersive Media, 3rd in the UK for Production Excellence in Visual Effects, 3rd in the UK for 3D Animation and placed in the top 10 Creative Schools in the UK by The Rookies.

Approved and endorsed internationally as an Unreal Engine Authorized Training Center, as well as both Rookies and Houdini certified schools, we take students with raw talent and shape them into the creative professionals demanded by today’s employers. The Higher Education Statistics Agency recognises Escape Studios as one of the top 6%* institutions in the UK for full-time graduate employment.

*HESA applies a rounding methodology to protect graduate anonymity. Published data indicates 130 out of 150 respondents on rounded figures were in highly skilled employment. 

Source: Graduate Outcomes 2020/21 survey results published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). HESA open data is published under the (CC BY 4.0) licence.

Why should I get into Motion Graphics?

Motion Graphics (or Motion Design) is a versatile discipline in today's creative industries, where demand for digital design has never been higher, with roles across film, TV, advertising, web, apps and games.

Set your graphic design in motion with our courses designed with industry. You'll study using professional software, such as Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D.

Our alumni (dubbed 'Escapees') have gone on to work at some of the world’s top animation, games and visual effects studios, with Motion Graphics Escapees working at the likes of Sky and DMS.

What makes our Motion Graphics courses and degrees different?

  • Based in London - home to some of the best independent motion design studios in the world 

  • Learn from professionals – Adam Bennett is the Motion Graphics course leader and has over 20 years of experience working in the industry 

  • Industry briefs - work on industry-standard briefs and experience real-life scenarios, just like in a professional studio 

  • Industry-standard facilities - study in a studio environment that mirrors current industry practice 

  • Professional input - our advisory board of experts, from the likes of Creative Assembly and Improbable, help develop and keep our courses relevant.