Open Day at SAE Adelaide
It’s here, a bigger SAE Adelaide!
We’re opening the doors to our new three story SAE Adelaide Campus on Franklin Street for Open Day on Saturday, 12 August, from 11 am-3 pm (ACST).
You're invited to tour the new facilities, explore course options and have a chat with students and industry experts.
Experience SAE at Open Day
We’re opening the doors to the campus for our biggest event of the year – Open Day!
Come and tour our facilities, speak to faculty members, meet current students, and find out everything you need to know about studying at SAE.
If you’re considering studying creative media, come along to SAE’s Open Day to speak to our experienced team and learn how you can pursue your passion in this dynamic and expanding industry.
If you have tested positive to COVID-19 in the last 7 days or have any symptoms please arrange for a private tour when you are feeling better, we would be more than happy to show you around for a personalised tour.
Register for Open Day
What graduates say about SAE
Eliza Allard"Being able to finish my degree and start my career at the age of 19 was a huge plus for me, as it meant I got four years in the industry before I started my business." SAE Alumni | Current Job: Director/Founder, The Content Lab
Enrico Leasa“I always had the dream of working for a large studio like ILM, Pixar or Dreamworks, so to actually be a part of these huge projects now is amazing." SAE Alumni | Current Job: Layout artist at Industrial Light & Magic
Jacinta Rochecouste"During my time at SAE, I learned how to refine my discipline and accountability, to take direction and take lead with others and to ready myself for the industry with technical skills and a suitable folio." SAE Alumni | Current Job: Broadcast/Motion Designer
Visit our campus and experience the SAE campus culture and facilities.
Access to FEE-HELP approved courses.
Enjoy a seamless transition to SAE student life, with the full support of our academic and admissions teams helping you as you transition into tertiary study.
SAE Student Work
Camp VR is a virtual reality experience where you play as a scout who must overcome challenges and trials in order to collect badges and earn high scores.
The player starts the game at the campsite where they can explore and relax by the fire.
From here, the player can participate in three mini-games; archery, woodchopping and rock climbing.
Play now on itch.io: https://propellorhat.itch.io/camp-vr
Gravity Zero is a game developed by collaborating students Jacob, Karl, Natasha and Anthony from SAE Melbourne. The group of students came from multiple study disciplines and included game developers, animators, designers and audio technicians.
Game synopsis: You play as an astronaut that has been cast away on a giant meteor after it destroys your crew’s space station during its course past Earth. You soon realise that the meteor has strange gravitational occurrences. What is causing this, and how will the astronaut return home?
Molly Aird – Studio & Game Logo
Desiree Andrews – Menu Screens
Mytharia Jonston – In-game UI/Game Poster
Anthony Yones – Programmer
Karl Eyre – Lead Designer
Natasha Shabir – Co-Lead Designer
Sidartha Dipayhana – Animatics
Summah McKnight – Environment Art
Christy Veronica – Character Art/Background
Nathan Waters – Environmental Assets
Ben Fucik – Astronaut Voice
Maddie Roberts – Voice Actor, Animatic
Kyan Rowse – Sound Designer
Nyle Gibbens – Composer
Eric Tse – Assistant Engineer
NATURE, ANIMALS & HUMANS
Amanda Xin created a wonderful series of illustrations called Nature, Humans & Animals.
Amanda created the student work in the Bachelor of Design course at SAE Sydney.
Amanda explored the theme of “nature, animals & humans” and incorporated elements of each in the illustrations she created. She reflected on “how similar humans and animals are in nature”.