The creative industries are particularly important to developed economies. When a nation is in the throes of development, manufacturing and infrastructure take precedence. But there comes a point at which a national economy begins taking broad steps towards becoming a producer of ideas rather than mere brick-and-mortar merchandise. The buzzword here is ‘knowledge-based economy’, in...
Australia’s leading sound engineering and digital video production institute has gone on to become a world-leader as well. With more than 53 campuses spread across 27 countries, SAE Institute has become the largest educational provider in multimedia, game design, audio engineering, 3D animation, digital film-making and music production. For students in Asia considering a creative...
The Asian Pacific region is home to a number of fine institutes and centers of higher learning that specifically cater to students interested in the creative arts and less traditional paths of learning. While some individuals are drawn to careers in the humanities or hard sciences, others take a more diverse approach and turn their...
Qantm College offers an exceptional array of courses that cater to an unorthodox but fascinating sector of educational interests: animation, games design, games programming, graphic design and interactive media. Since its opening in 1996, Qantm College has been known as a leading digital media educator in Australia, specializing in 3D animation, games design and programming,...
SAE’s first campus was established in Australia in 1976, by the engineer/producer Tom Misner. Just over 35 years later, SAE has become the largest creative media institute in the world, with more than 50 campuses in 22 countries. SAE offers its student unique opportunities for not only expanding their creative thinking, but developing skills that...
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