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Join the revolution at SAE

Published: Tue 9 Oct 2018 12:22 PM
9 October 2018
SAE Creative Media Institute has opened applications for the 2019 intakes in audio, music and screen production and is already receiving a wave of interest in their unique programmes at the Auckland campus.
Applications for the diploma and degree programmes have reached an all-time high, with the trimester one intakes close to full and moving to wait list.
“If you want to apply for 2019 then you need to get your application in immediately, we are being flooded with applications and the calibre of students applying is extraordinary” said student recruitment and enrolment officer, Swap Gomez. He added “The reputation we enjoy in audio and music production has crossed over into screen now, so those classes will be full extremely fast too.”
A heavy-hitter in the Creative Economy world, SAE has a rich reputation as one of the world leaders in education and development within the creative media industries. The recent decision to split the audio diploma into audio and music has proven to be a positive move with applications for both disciplines being at an all-time high. SAE prides itself on delivering programmes in state-of-the-art studios and facilities. The classes are small, facilitators have industry leading knowledge and ensure the students receive an education with industry-relevant “must-have” skills.
Apply now to join us at SAE in 2019
In the most recent NZQA External Evaluation and Review (EER) SAE received the highest possible rating as a high performing, high-quality tertiary provider. SAE Auckland offers workshops, Diplomas and Degrees in Audio, Music and Screen Production.
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