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23 September 2010

10 Full Scholarships for study at SAE Institute Cape Town

Through a philanthropic gesture from an individual abroad, SAE Institute Cape Town is able to offer 10 full scholarships to deserving/qualifying individuals. We received this fantastic information this morning.

These 10 grants will be divided between SAE's Audio and Digital Film Production courses. Successful candidates must have a Grade 12 or equivalent related experience in the respective industries based on a Recognition of Prior Learning assessment. These are full scholarships i.e. the successful applicants entire tuition fee will be covered.

The catch is: the course starts in the next two weeks.
The programmes are:
National Certificate in Audio Production
National Certificate in Digital Film Production

Applicants need to apply this week and will be notified no later than Monday 27 September 2010 if their submission is successful.

These programmes will require one year of full time study consisting of three 15-week trimesters.
Classes for this intake will take place in the evenings 17:00-20:00 (digital film production) and 16:00 - 19:00 (audio production), Monday to Thursdays.

If you know of anyone who might be interested and who qualifies to apply, please ask them to contact me soonest. Standard terms and conditions apply.

David Maclean
SAE Institute South Africa
Office: +27 - 21 - 469 3600

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