SAE Institute announces 18 January open day for UK colleges

UK: Prospective students are invited to visit institutes in three cities and see what it offers in the fields of audio, multimedia and digital film.
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UK: Prospective students are invited to visit institutes in three cities and see what it offers in the fields of audio, multimedia and digital film.

SAE London, Liverpool, Glasgow and Oxford are opening their doors to all this spring - everyone's invited to come and see the facilities that make SAE the leading school for anyone wanting to get ahead in the fields of audio, film and multimedia.

The Open Day takes place on Sunday 18 January and will run from 10am to 5pm. Everyone is welcome to attend demonstrations for audio and digital film courses in the studios and classrooms - including London's Music Business course that's geared towards those needing a solid understanding of the business side of the industry.

Tours take place between 10am and 5pm, but for those who can't make it on the 18th all colleges will be running Twilight Tours on Wednesday 21 January between 5pm and 8pm.

In other news, SAE Institute was recently awarded Skillset Academy status by the UK government in recognition of the high level of tuition offered in all courses.

For information on the Open Day or the Twilight Tour, details of SAE Institutes can be found at the link below.


SAE Institute announces UK college open day programme

UK: "See for yourself why SAE is the best starting point for audio, multimedia and digital film" is the invitation made by SAE Institute on behalf of three open days planned to take place in Glasgow, Liverpool and London this spring. Glasgow is the first location on the itinerary, with the open day there scheduled for this coming Sunday (January 20th), reports PSN-e.

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