Yeah I'm taking the foundations course at vfs aswell as the digital design next year and too be honest it's pretty good but since i already have my fundamentals in digital design some of the classes feel a bit repetitive but like a good 60% of the curriculum is all new to me and it's a constant learning experience with them. The reason i picked this over emily carr and the art institute is because the programs are year programs which can get me to work faster and this is a industry based school and there involvement with the industry greatly impacts my education due to the no bullshit teachers that have worked in the industry/still works in the industry.the only downside it is way more expensive than other art school's but all of the supplies are added into the tuition, and I was fortunate to be in a class that has a good work ethic (except for a few that dropped out recently thank you baby jesus
) but i have talked to a couple of people in the class before me and they have all told me the same, the people in your class make or break your grades because there is one term which is strictly group projects and that is the deciding factor I'm just finishing up this term and I'm glad its fucking over cause the people that dropped out was bringing everyone in our class down. So from my experience it is a great school to go to and saying that you are confused on what your doing
I highly recommend foundations then going straight into your discipline.I've been at this school for 4 months and my portfolio pretty good at this point. like any art school its not a slack program you need to put in a lot of time and even more time if you wanna make the grades.
Hope this was helpful!