SAE is the world's biggest private educator with more than 50 campuses around the globe, and many thousands of students have enjoyed the superb facilities and expert tuition on offer at them. But now anyone with an internet connection can also get an SAE education as the company launches SAEOnLine, a revolution in on-line education. It will bring SAE's expertise in music production, games programming (from SAE's sister company Qantm who specialise in superb game-based courses) and film production to homes in far flung places around the world or to people too busy to take on a full time educational course.
SAEOnLine currently offers 22 courses (see http://saeonline.com/catalog/all-courses), expected to rise to 25 and beyond over the coming weeks. These cover every aspect of creative technology including Camera Tracking, 3D Character Design, Writing Music For Visuals, Microphone Placement and Recording Techniques. There are 16 Learning Advisors on hand to offer help and advice, and students are encouraged to use the site to interact with these Advisors and fellow students, sharing music, ideas and show reels. All profiles are therefore highly interactive so content can easily be shared to all the popular social networks, and there's even a student radio facility which will feature the best student work for all to hear.
Courses are available in English, Spanish, Italian and German, and the International Graduate College is integrating with SAEOnLine to offer a Masters degree, in conjunction with Middlesex University. Additional Post-Grad development is also in the pipeline.
Chris Hambly from SAEOnLine says: "This is set to be the most exciting phase of SAE's growth and a revolution in learning. Now anyone can benefit from an SAE education in film, music, games programming and new media all through a computer screen no matter what their circumstances or global position. SAEOnLine really is a mouth-watering prospect and could represent the future of education â€“ rather than having to travel to an SAE college, we bring that college to you, anywhere in the world!"