New mentored courses for long distance learners

New mentored courses for long distance learners

Today we’ve launched a brand new set of online mentored learning courses to offer a helping hand to international grads and drive the next wave of computer graphics talent. The twelve-month course offers the same high quality, interactive training experience as our flagship Visual Effects classroom course.

The mentored learning courses are perfect for international graduates who can’t travel to our facilities in London or those who need to balance work and study commitments. All students get access to a virtual classroom, where they can interact and seek feedback from their tutors and fellow classmates. The programme is fully integrated with social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, allowing students to update their profiles and work together with their friends on projects.

Our support and guidance doesn’t end after the twelve month online course, we’ll also help students fine tune their show reels and get that all important foot in the door to start their career.

Check out the VFX Mentored Course Video at the top of the post.

4 Comments Isabelle Duarte

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Isabelle Duarte
Tue 13 Jul 2010: 9:15am

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  • Anita Jean:

    That is brilliant news!
    Thank you

  • Isabelle Duarté:

    Hi Anita,

    Good to hear from you. If you decide to study with us, you'll qualify for buying a student license of the whole Autodesk Educational Creative suite. It only costs £125 and you can find details here http://techstore.escapestudios....

    Give us a call if you need any more information.


  • Anita Jean:

    This is brilliant.
    I just found Escape today having been planning on heading towards trying to go into a 2nd BA in animation this is so much better as I already have a degree in sculpture.
    Only one question remains:
    How to afford to buy Maya?
    Any suggestions?

  • Craig A Clark:

    A great idea IMO and opens up Escape to a whole audience unable to be there in person. Bravo!

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