Does anyone know how much is the tuition fee for iAcademy (Makati) for courses: Animation / Digital Arts?

Does anyone know how much is the tuition fee for iAcademy (Makati) for courses: Animation / Digital Arts? Do graduates of this school really get into big multimedia companies? Tnx!

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  • Contact and ask them directly about the tuition and any other costs./

  • The tuition for iACADEMY is around P140,000 to P150,000 per year for Animation/Digital Arts. The tuition fee is worth it because iACADEMY is the only college in the Philippines that is an Authorized WACOM Training Partner. WACOM is the leading manufacturer of graphic tablets. iACADEMY's computer lab is equipped with Wacom's 21" Cintiq. Apart from this, iACADEMY has the newest software including Toon Boom, Maya 2009 and the Adobe CS4 Suite. The professors are industry practitioners and have worked on popular shows like Tom and Jerry, Little Mermaid, etc. The college offers a Free Animation Workshop every Saturdays from 1pm to 4pm.

    iACADEMY's graduates are employed in multinational companies such as IBM, Nestle, Hewlett-Packard, etc. They also work in multimedia/animation companies such as Cutting Edge Productions (maker of DAYO Movie), Holy Cow, Lucid, and many more companies.

    If you have any further questions, you can visit the website at

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    "the day the music died...." I remember going to a friend’s house to play one day back when I was about 7 years old and heard my first CDs. I remember they were Tear's For Fear's Songs From The Big Chair and Bruce Springsteen's Born In The USA. They had a great system and the music sounded remarkable. Before too long I was buying CDs, the first ones we're the Beatles and Prince as I set about collecting all their albums.. Soon it was Jesus & Mary Chain, REM, Velvet Underground, Smiths, Stone Roses and Joy Division and the rest is history... Sometimes people ask “why does music not seem as important as it used to be?" Well this is quite a debatable point, as music is very important to our lives. But for the sake of an argument, let’s say that something is missing, and I believe it has to do with CDs, lets face it they are cold and impersonal compared to how warm and inviting Vinyl records are. CDs are all top end and Vinyl's bottom end is clearly felt when you listen to it. I love the way certain voices sounded while analog recorded, and feel something is missing when these same artists record digitally.. And MP3s are even worse... I loved spending hours losing myself in the liner notes and artwork on albums, I loved the b-sides discovered on 12inch singles, I collected vinyl pretty regularly until my terrific turntable was smashed during an earthquake one year.. Sigh.. Anyways, I thought it was a terrific question Simone, and I wanted to answer it in the best way I could! MQ: yes MQ2: I wish I could find Neil Young’s quote about his feelings about digital recording,,, MQ3: interesting question because that’s about what the lasers are reading when it plays a stupid CD MQ4: yes, and those were some of the happiest hours I ever spent

  • Most of my CDs either come with a booklet or sometimes even a poster with all thei liner art/notes/lyrics/personal thanks and stuff on there. I really enjoy those all the time. I don't really care about it with downloads because all the downloads that I get are for free and I sometimes end up buying a physical copy of the album. There's actually some albums on iTunes that come with a digital booklet MQ: Not really MQ2: I still like collecting 7" records MQ3: The time-traveling code from Futurama MQ4: I've always wanted to, but there's no local record stores. I always spend as much time as I can in Best Buys with a good selection of CDs and Vinyls and I like looking at the load of 7" records at my local Hot Topic. I was about to buy some, but I was in a hurry the last time I went there.

  • Throughout this course you will learn concepts that range in scope from beginner photography all the way to advanced topics in post production, composition, and light.

    You can start right now. Like right this very moment! The course is all online. There are no deadlines or timelines for you to follow. Set your own pace! Go slowly through the course or blaze through it.

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