SAE Institute

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The SAE Institute (SAE in short, formerly also known as the School of Audio Engineering and the SAE Technology College) is a private college founded in 1976 by Sound Engineer, Record Producer and businessman Tom Misner. The first school was opened 1977 in Sydney, (Australia). SAE Institute offers courses in Audio engineering, 3D Animation, Multimedia, Game Design, Digital Filmmaking, and Music Production. It is the largest college worldwide in these fields, and currently has campuses / facilities in 56 cities in 23 countries. Since 1998 SAE is additionally offering full university degrees through its global partnership with Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom, and in Australia already since 1996 through its co-operation with Southern Cross University.

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History

Sponsorship

SAE sponsors the national unsigned music competition TopoftheOx recently won by Singer-Songwriter Ian Edwards in association with Oxford based record label Crash Records and other organisations. [1]

Notable Lecturers

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Further reading