SAE LAUNCHES NEW DIPLOMAS IN GAMES, MUSIC PRODUCTION AND 3D ANIMATION
The new suite of nationally recognised qualifications include 3D Animation and Game Development, along with a newly developed Diploma of Music Production that expands the learning of the popular Electronic Music Production (EMP) course to cater for aspiring DJ’s and music artists.
The courses compliment the Institute’s existing range of Diplomas and are full FEE HELP eligible.
According to Lee Aitken, SAE Institute General Manager, Southern Hemisphere, the Diplomas have been built to ensure students get plenty of face-to-face time with expert lecturers and access to the very latest tools and software.
“SAE facilities around Australia offer the latest in state-of-the-art technologies and learning spaces. Our fast tracked learning program ensures students will be qualified and ready to apply their newly acquired skills and knowledge in Industry after only seven months of study. The Creative Industries will be an underpinning contributor to Australia’s future knowledge economy, and SAE students are being prepared for roles that are emerging and evolving as quickly as the technology itself, thanks to our industry expert lecturers,” says Mr Aitken.
SAE’s suite of full FEE HELP eligible Diploma qualifications include:
- 3D Animation
- Music Production
- Audio Production
- Game Development
- Graphic Design
Photo: Game Development student using the HTC Vive.
Mr Aitken says students participate in cross collaborative learning projects and are focused on the practicalities of the disciplines they’re engaged with to meet industry needs.
“Diploma graduates leave us fully equipped with valuable employability skills, introductory project management skills and scholarly techniques for higher education.”
SAE also offer a range of Certificates, Associate Degree, Bachelor and Post Graduate programs across its six disciplines. To discuss course options, contact the Institute’s course advisors on 1800 723 338.
Classes commence in May places are limited.
SAE campuses will be hosting a range of information evenings this month across Australia. To register your attendance, visit