Universities for learning digital media on Macs!

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by Chacala_Nayarit, Oct 14, 2005.

  1. Chacala_Nayarit macrumors 6502

    Chacala_Nayarit

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    Hello Ola Hola,

    Post your finding of universities that have undergrad and post grad programs in learning digital video, audio, and multimedia which uses Macs. Or one or the other, or something that meets that criteria. This question comes up often amongst those new to digital media, and hopefully this can serve as a resource. Cool, :cool:

    My submission:

    UW Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media

    PowerBook required! :eek: (First time I ever heard that!)
    Classes in FCP, making digital music, PHP/MYSQL, and more in this cool program. Degree offerings of BFA and PhD.
     
  2. WinterMute Moderator emeritus

    WinterMute

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    Thames Valley University, Ealing (West London), Slough and Reading:

    Music Tech
    Video Production
    Photography
    Multi-media/Creative Tech

    All Mac based.

    Logic Pro, Protools, FCP, Shake, DVDSP etc etc.

    Foundation Degrees, BA(hons) programmes MA programmes, PhD supervision.


    TVU Music Dept Website
     
  3. Kernow macrumors 65816

    Kernow

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    SAE Institute. They have loads of colleges all over the world and offer diplomas and degree courses in:

    Digital Film
    Multimedia
    3D animation
    Audio (SAE recently bought AMS Neve - the console makers)

    They also use Macs exclusively - in fact I think they are special partners with Apple & you can get good deals on Apple stuff if you are a student

    SAE Institute
     
  4. WinterMute Moderator emeritus

    WinterMute

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    All education facilities in the UK at FE or above have a discount scheme with Apple, you have to log in via the College's network to get the really good discounts though.

    (Logic for £270 anyone?)...
     
  5. wrxguy macrumors 6502a

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    The Art Institute .... we use about 90% macs and some PC's just cause some students that arn't into DMP or VP are more familiar with widows....but AI of Dallas prob has about over 500 macs...most of them G5's
     
  6. joepunk macrumors 68030

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    Western Washington University has a pretty good Design program. Three areas of concentration to choose from: Graphic Design, New Media, and Design Production. As part of the learning process you get to have on-site, hands on learning of spot/cmyk printing, press checks, paper, all on a Heilderberg printer. :D We've been told that we are unique to have such a diverse learning facility/programs.

    WWU Design Program
     
  7. JeffTL macrumors 6502a

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    The University of Nebraska at Omaha (http://www.unomaha.edu) might fit the bill. Check out the various programs offered by the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media, particularly the School of Communication's New Media broadcasting sequence (and for that matter the Broadcast News sequence, also a Mac affair. The Director of the School, who is a broadcasting faculty member, has a Mac, for what it's worth) and the Intermedia program in the Department of Art and Art History (mostly Mac, I think).
     

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