The best times I had at SAE were probably the moments where I was working as a team with others to deliver a game and successfully managed to deliver the...
SAE gave me a wealth of local and international collaborators, industry experience and the business strategies that enable me turn my ideas into reality
Studying at SAE was a great launching pad into the world of 3D Animation - It gave me the necessary tools and information I needed to help get me ready...
SAE gave me the skills and confidence to take my specialisation to the next level
I started to crave a better understanding of the sound recording and production process and that curiosity lead me to SAE, and eventually down my current career path
SAE introduced me to the world of server-side programming, providing the knowledge I needed to transition from web designer to software developer
Studying at SAE helped get me into my current position through industry connections
Studying at SAE breeds so much creativity
The best memories I have of my time at SAE are my interactions with other students and lecturers. With so many likeminded people surrounding you at all times, you can’t...
Even though it has only been four short months since graduating, I feel that SAE gave me the tools and knowledge to be an audio professional
Art and design have been such a large part of my life I could not picture myself doing anything else
My fondest memories of my time at SAE are of the chances it gave me to collaborate, connect and create
SAE gives you a great foundation to start your career
SAE gave a lot of possibilities for hands on work. You were able to get out there in the field and really learn from the process of doing
SAE did a good job of getting in reps from successful VFX companies, showing off their company reel and talking about what they do
Studying at SAE certainly contributed to where I am now with my music. Although I was already writing & producing, it really helped me hone in on the areas I...
Not only did I learn all the basics of film-making, from pre to post-production, but equally as importantly I learnt how to work with people in a high stress environment,...
SAE was the direct doorway to where I am now
Not only did I learn the basics of production and post- production, I also learned how to improve my work, how to work with others and take responsibility for my...
I started my magazine as my final project at SAE with the intention of continuing on with it after I finished my degree
The lecturer played a huge role in how easy, fun and usable the learning was at SAE.
SAE is a breeding place for creativity and it’s the people and connections I made whilst studying there that has lead me to where I am today
Know what you love, what your passion is and follow that with persistence, dedication and don’t give up when it gets hard
One of the greatest advantages of studying at SAE was the course structure which allowed for individual creativity.
SAE gave me an excellent all round technical background, which allowed me to thrive in any professional audio environment
Due to the course's structure and assessment timelines, SAE definitely given me the skillsets to produce quality work within reasonable timeframes
The lecturers and teachers made the biggest difference for me. They were easy to talk to, helpful, relaxed and fun
SAE gave me a good technical background to start working in the industry. I met people who helped me start my career and open up job opportunities
Networking – keep in touch with fellow students, stay creative and don’t give up!
Find your specialty and master it. SAE gives you the ability to try everything, so try it all, and then narrow your craft down to one field.
You have to make it work for you… don’t be deterred from exploring overseas… build up your portfolio, work on your presentation and start approaching them [companies]!
Be persistent in achieving your goals. Lots of public relations too... sooner or later it will pay off, it’s a matter of being in the right place at the right...
Don’t be afraid to take chances. Make a game that’s different to everyone else’s if you think it might get you noticed, even if there are risks along the...
For any girls wishing to get into this business…Go for it! The rumour goes that women have better listening skills!
Take advantage of every opportunity. There are so many possibilities and contacts that can be forged through SAE. Also, use the gear to the max! The best lessons learnt are...
You’ll get out what you put in, and then some. Work hard, have fun and learn off everybody.
I just soaked up what I could and found that within the first 6 months of my employment I had already needed to call on all of those skills.