Mumbai: Frameboxx Animation & Visual Effects, which offers animation and visual effects training, has received accreditation of its courses with Anglia Ruskin University and its Cambridge School of Art.
This was announced in Chandigarh by Frameboxx founder, managing director Rajesh Turakhia, executive director & CEO Naveen Gupta, along with Anglia Ruskin University business development manager for cultural and creative industries Caroline Hyde.
They were accompanied by Chris Joyce and Jim Butler, senior members from the Cambridge School of Art, who are on a tour of India visiting Frameboxx training facilities across the country.
"The students of Frameboxx Animation and Visual Effects undergoing RedBoxx2 program shall now receive 120 undergraduate credits from Anglia Ruskin University that can help them pursue further graduate studies abroad," informed Turakhia.
Hyde informed that the Redboxx2 program offered by Frameboxx has been given the seal of approval after a comprehensive audit and evaluation.
Hyde said that Frameboxx is a highly professional organization and is uniquely positioned to provide the skilled and talented animators through its portfolio of highly credible programs to fuel the growth of this industry in India.
The students who meet the assessment criteria and pass their award will receive a certificate of completion bearing the seal of Anglia Ruskin University, informed Gupta.