Open Day at SAE Sydney
You're invited to Open Day!
SAE Sydney welcomes you to our state-of-the-art Chippendale campus on Saturday, 12 August, from 11 am-3 pm (AEST).
Join us for SAE Open Night where you’ll have the opportunity to check out the campus facilities, explore study pathways for a career in creative media and get all your questions answered by existing students and industry experts.
Be inspired by what your creative future could be with SAE.
Experience SAE at Open Day
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
Aldo Arechar"Getting to meet other creatives [at SAE] who had other passions was very satisfying, as we were then able to collaborate on music and other projects." SAE Alumni | Current Job: Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions company in LA
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
Leah McKweon"Sound editor Duncan Campbell was so impressed with the skills I’d learnt at SAE - which is what prompted him to recommend me as a sound assistant at Artisan Post Group.” SAE Alumni | Current Job: Sound Editor
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
Violet Hubris is a cosmic action-horror game exploring humanity’s thirst for knowledge, power, and belonging in a harsh universe. Created by SAE Melbourne students – this project features work from cross-disciplines, meaning students in different courses collaborated to bring the project to life.
We love the motion, fantasy, colour and drama of this one. Games, Animation, Audio and Design students collaborated on this project.
Nora Lück-Jennings – Game Design
Jackson Symss – Game Design
Josh Ayala – Game Design
Wilma Signal – Game Design
Cameron Griffith – Animation
Siyao Song – Animation
Elyssa La – Animation
Russell Toffoli – Audio
Mohit Rao – Audio
Josie Sippel – Voice Acting
George Takis – Graphic Design
Angus Martin – Graphic Design
WE ARE OUR TOTEM: A NATIVE AMERICAN TALE
We Are Our Totem: A Native American Tale is an SAE student documentary by Mivon Prince-Leyva.
Mivon was assisted by SAE staff to get the film festival ready and it has won over 14 awards and garnered attention from the filmmaker, Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film & 2040) – with a possible collaboration on the horizon for Mivon.
Mivon said, “This project was created while I was a student for a Bachelor of Film at SAE Brisbane. It was completed in September 2021 and then further edited and refined in early 2022, in readiness for the festival circuit and to showcase.”
My father is a Native American Medicine Man and I myself, have been training to be one as well since I was 8 years old.
The Native American culture is so beautiful and divine that I felt there was no story being told about one of the aspects of what makes first nation cultures truly beautiful. And that is their communion with how they respect and look up to their ancestors and animals — creating more of a balance between humans, animals and all living things working together, synergy as one. Working with planet Earth and not driving towards divide and conquer. But working towards how to make a better life for all living things.
SAE student, Ness Mari, recorded a live stream for her performance in Music Studio 3, a unit of the Bachelor of Songwriting and Music Production course.
We think Ness is such a talent and we just can’t stop watching this one.
SAE Melbourne student