Check For Specialization
Many VFX and animation courses offer short term animation courses related to particular multimedia industry such as Editing, Post Production, and Rotomation etc. Discuss in detail the course curriculum with the course advisor and check whether your specialization is available in the course as well.
It’s always good to check the kind of placements a VFX course can offer you even if you don’t actually need it. Placement assistance is a complementary feature along with the animation course you choose by many animation institutes. Make sure to look at the institute’s testimonials and do some dig well research about the companies that you will be getting recruited into.
A lot of animation and VFX artists make seven figure salaries and this draws a large number of aspirants to the industry each year. But it is important to remember that this only happens over time, after a certain reputation has been built. So, don’t give up. Keep practising and stay focused on your course. You must know that talent alone will lead you to success and nothing else.