SAE Announce 7-Storey London Super-College

SAE London invest heavily in new facility – move set for second half of 2008      28/03/08

SAE Announce 7-Storey London Super-College



SAE Institute tell us that they are already the established world leader in providing degree-standard audio, film and multimedia education, but 2008 is shaping up to see the biggest shake up of the UK operation to date. The latest development sees SAE London move from it’s current location at Caledonian Road to a much more modern 7-storey campus – and in doing so SAE Institute will be expanding the campus to accommodate more students with even more resources.
A mere stone’s throw from London’s Olympic site for 2012, the much sought-after standalone location on Kingsland Road allows operations to be spread across 18,000 square feet of the state-of-the-art facility.
Planners at the SAE Institute are still finalising the details, but early indications suggest the Kingsland Road site will house 11 audio studios, a film mixing theatre (featuring the industry-standard Neve DFC PS/1), 4 video editing studios, ‘green screen’ capabilities and generally improved facilities throughout.
A new tube station, based near to Kingsland road and part of the East London Line, is slated to open in 2010, allowing for even easier access.
SAE Institute founder Tom Misner told us, “With this latest development we’re moving SAE London to Hoxton, the heart of creativity in one of the world’s most vibrant and important cities. Once again we’re underlining SAE Institute’s commitment to learning, to technology and to the industries our students train to be a part of. But most of all it’s about the commitment to our students. SAE Institute has consistently raised the bar when setting benchmarks for learning, but with this new facility we’re taking things to a whole new level.�
About SAE:
SAE Institute was founded in 1976 as the world’s first audio school. It has since grown to become a network of around 50 colleges in 20 countries offering courses in Audio Engineering, Digital Film, Web Design and Interactive Entertainment. With 32 years of teaching experience, SAE teaches students the skills necessary for successful integration into the audio and media industries. The concept of SAE is practical hands-on training, combined with solid theory knowledge. SAE offers courses in Audio Engineering, Electronic Music Production, Web Design + Development, Interactive Entertainment and Digital Film making. Students have the option to progress to Degree programmes, validated by Middlesex University, at SAE’s dedicated Degree Centres around the world. SAE is the first step into a career in the future-orientated fields of audio technology and media production.
SAE was recently awarded Skillset Media Academy status by the UK Government and is one of only 17 such academies in the country to gain this recognition.
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