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SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
SAE International application form for New Zealand.
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Indian students who would want to study Audio Engineering at New zealand can download this particular application form and fill in the details.

Indian students who would want to study Audio Engineering at New zealand can download this particular application form and fill in the details.

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  • 1. REGISTRATION SUPPLEMENT For International Students AUDIO ENGINEERING 2014 SAE New Zealand is recognised by • New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) • New Zealand Ministry of Education (MoE) • New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) • StudyLink • Education New Zealand • University of Middlesex (London, UK) • University of Auckland (Auckland, NZ) • Southern Institute of Technology (Invercargill, NZ) SAE New Zealand proudly uses the following distributors Statutory information for students under section 234B of the Education Act 1989 • SAE Institute (Auckland) does not charge any service fees such as student association fees, library membership, Student ID Card, etc • There are no governing members of SAE Institute (Auckland) that have material conflicts of interest • There are no governing members of SAE Institute (Auckland) that have any interests in organisations in the education or immigration sector that provide goods & services to tertiary students • The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) has rated SAE Auckland Highly Confident in educational performance and Confident in capability in self-assessment as stated in their most recent External Evaluation and Review (EER) • SAE Auckland is rated as a Category 1 Institute by NZQA.You may request a copy of our current EER report, Code Of Practice and or Student handbook NZ / AUDIO / INTERNATIONAL 2013 v4.0
  • 2. DIPLOMA IN AUDIO ENGINEERING (PC1902) Program Details Name Diploma in Audio Engineering Accreditation NZQA accredited Duration 12 Months - Full Time Qualification Diploma in Audio Engineering (level 5) The Diploma in Audio Engineering (Level 5) focuses on our students achieving their career goals in this exciting industry. This intensive program incorporates the latest technologies, recording studios, audio software, processing equipment and therefore directs our students on a focused pathway as an audio engineer in the audio and music industry. This learning strategy has been developed from years of experience in our graduates achieving broad knowledge and creative engineering skills on entering the audio/music industry. Entry Requirements • Minimum 18 years of age • Valid New Zealand Student Visa • • • • Proof of Identity (copy of valid passport) Equivalent of NCEA Level 1 in secondary schooling Minimum Academic IELTS Test Score of 6.0 (or equivalent) if English is a second language An entry interview may be requested by SAE Program Start Dates Program Code Start Date End Date Lecture Days Lecture Time AED913X 23 Sep 2013 12 Sep 2014 Mon - Thurs (Fri) 2pm - 5pm AED114X 13 Jan 2014 12 Dec 2014 Mon - Thurs (Fri) 10am - 1pm AED414X 07 Apr 2014 27 Mar 2015 Mon - Thurs (Fri) 2pm - 5pm AED614X 23 Jun 2014 12 Jun 2015 Mon - Thurs (Fri) 10am - 1pm AED914X 22 Sep 2014 11 Sep 2015 Mon - Thurs (Fri) 2pm - 5pm AED115X 12 Jan 2015 11 Dec 2015 Mon - Thurs (Fri) 10am - 1pm Tuition Fees Registration Fee Program Fee Total Fees $500 (payable when enrolment application is approved) $22,300 (payable in order to obtain student Visa) $22,800 Tuition Fees are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Tuition Fees Payment • No payment is required when submitting enrolment application. • The Registration Fee is payable once the enrolment has been approved. • All fee payments are to be made in New Zealand Dollars by either Telegraphic Transfer or International Bank Cheque if paying from overseas. Tuition Fees Protection • All fees are held by an independent trustee, pursuant to Section 235A and 235B of the Education Act 1989. This arrangement has been accepted by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority as meeting the requirements of the Education Act 1989 and the Student Fee Protection Rules 2013. • No refunds will be issued after the tenth working day following the commencement date of the program.
  • 3. BACHELOR OF RECORDING ARTS (PC1196) Program Details Name Bachelor of Recording Arts Accreditation NZQA accredited Duration 2 Additional Years - Full Time* Qualification Bachelor of Recording Arts *2 additional years on successful completion of the Diploma in Audio Engineering Audio Engineering students wishing to further their career goal may continue their degree level study with SAE Institute (Auckland, New Zealand). Students are able to complete the second and third years of the Bachelor of Recording Arts Degree program with SAE Institute (Auckland, New Zealand) on successful completion of their Diploma in Audio Engineering program. Entry Requirements Requirements for entry into years two and three of the Degree Program: • • Minimum 18 years of age • Proof of Identity (copy of valid passport) • Valid New Zealand Student Visa • Minimum Academic IELTS Test Score of 6.0 (or equivalent) if English is a second language • Entry interview Successful completion of the Diploma in Audio Engineering (level 5) comprising Modules RA100 to RA202 • Students who do not have an equivalent of NCEA Level 3 in secondary schooling will be required to successfully complete Module RAB203 ‘Academic Research and Writing Techniques’ before entering Module RA203 ‘Industry Perspectives, Issues and Research Techniques’ of the degree program Program Start Dates Program Code Start Date End Date Lecture Days Lecture Time BRA114 27 Jan 2014 18 Dec 2015 Mon - Thurs 10am - 1pm BRA115 26 Jan 2015 16 Dec 2016 Mon - Thurs 2pm - 5pm BRA116 25 Jan 2016 15 Dec 2017 Mon - Thurs 10am - 1pm Tuition Fees Administration Fee Program Fee Total Fees $500 (payable when enrolment application is approved) $35,900 (payable in order to obtain student Visa) $36,400 Tuition Fees are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Tuition Fees Payment • No payment is required when submitting enrolment application. • The Administration Fee is payable once the enrolment has been approved. • All fee payments are to be made in New Zealand Dollars by either Telegraphic Transfer or International Bank Cheque if paying from overseas. Tuition Fees Protection • All fees are held by an independent trustee, pursuant to Section 235A and 235B of the Education Act 1989. This arrangement has been accepted by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority as meeting the requirements of the Education Act 1989 and the Student Fee Protection Rules 2013. • No refunds will be issued after the tenth working day following the commencement date of the program.
  • 4. THE IMMIGRATION PROCESS Almost all international students wishing to study in New Zealand will need to apply for a student Visa. For information on this process and New Zealand’s immigration requirements, please visit www.immigration.govt.nz The following is a general guide of the immigration process. The Immigration Process: step-by-step Enrol at SAE Auckland 1. You will receive an “Offer of Place Letter”. Please sign and return the “Acceptance of Offer of Place” letter to SAE. You will then receive a “Confirmation of Enrolment” letter which must be sent to the New Zealand Immigration Service with your Visa application. Ensure you have sufficient funds 2. All Program and Visa fees must be paid in full before a Visa can be issued. Information on student Visa fees are available at www.immigration.co.nz Medical and Travel Insurance 3. While studying in New Zealand, all students are required to have current Medical and Travel insurance. Your passport must also be valid for 3 months beyond the end of your intended stay. Policies are required to cover baggage and personal belongings, and commence prior to the departure from their home country. Please note: you can only apply for Medical and Travel Insurance after your Student Visa has been granted. Health and References 4. All applicants will need to provide a Character Reference as well as a Police Reference as per New Zealand Immigration requirements. This usually requires a Medical and X-Ray Certificate be supplied with your application. Accommodation 5. You must have accommodation arranged or a sponsor stating they will accommodate you for the duration of your stay. Living Expenses 6. New Zealand Immigration will require financial evidence proving that living costs can be met while living in New Zealand, or a completed Sponsorship Form for Temporary Entry, or a Financial Undertaking for a Student, as well as meeting all heath and reference requirements. An acceptable sponsor can be either a family member who holds New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency, a New Zealand Registered Company or Government Agency. Other Considerations 7. Student Visas can only be obtained for programs with a duration of at least 9 months. Proof will also need to be supplied that you have NZ$15,000 per year to cover your costs during your stay as well as meeting all requirements of your Visa as outlined below: • Attending the place of study stated on your Visa. If you would like to change your education provider or the program you are studying, you will be required to reapply for a study Visa. • Upon request, provide evidence that you are meeting attendance requirements for your program and are completing all work successfully. • Only undertaking paid employment if your Visa permits this. • Obeying all New Zealand laws while residing in the country. • Leaving at the expiration of your Visa. You may be required to provide proof of departure All documents must be in order prior to the commencement of your studies. Without these documents you will be unable to attend the program. Please consult your Immigration Advisor to ensure your Student Visa is processed before the program start date.
  • 5. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENROLMENT FORM The purpose of this enrolment form is to obtain from you the information we need to enrol you into a qualification at our organisation. We also need to collect information from you which is required by the Ministry of Education and other Government agencies for statistical and registration reasons. Please fill in the form properly by: • • Complete all relevant fields, sign and date Print clearly using a blue or black pen • • Carefully read and agree to all terms and conditions Attach all required documentation Address 12 months prior to enrolment (if different) 1. Personal Details Number and Street Name Surname Suburb First name City Other given names Postcode Date of Birth (dd/mm/yy) Country Male Female 2. Contact Information 4. Program Details Phone number (include country and area code if outside NZ) Full program name Mobile number (include country code if outside NZ) Program start date Email address Program code Rego/Admin fee 3. Address Information Permanent residential address Number and Street Name $ City Postcode Payable after enrolment application is approved Program fee $ Total fees Suburb Program end date Includes Rego/Admin and Program Fees $ ! If the program you have selected is filled or otherwise unavailable you will be enrolled into the next intake or placed on a waiting list. We will advise you of this in writing and place your fees in trust. Authorised: Office Use Only Admin: $ Program: $ Total: $ Cheque No: NZ INTERNATIONAL REGO FORM 2013 V1.0 Received: Age: Country Trust: $
  • 6. 5. Language 8. Disabilities Is English your first language? Do you have any disabilities, impairments or long-term medical conditions that may affect your studies? Yes No No You must complete an Academic IELTS test (or equivalent) to demonstrate English proficiency. IELTS Score (or equivalent) Yes Which best describes your disability? Accessibility Visual impairment Please attach supporting documentation Learning disability Head injury Hearing impairment Other Do you have any special requirements? 6. Citizenship Which country are you a citizen of? Passport number Please attach a copy of your passport How are your studies funded? Full fee paying foreign student Exchange student MFAT scholarship or Aotearoa scholarship Military personnel, diplomatic staff or family, deep freeze 9. Prior Activity What was your main activity in New Zealand at 1st October in the year prior to your enrolment? Wage/Salary earner University student Unemployed or other beneficiary Polytechnic student 7. Ethnicity Secondary student Self-employed European Indian College of Education student Private Training Establishment student Samoan Chinese Wananga student Tongan Niuean Tokelauen Fijian Select up to three which best apply to you Cook Island Maori Please specify 10. Secondary School What is the highest academic award you hold from a secondary school? (tick one only) Other Asian University Entrance NCEA Level 1 or School Certificate NCEA Level 2 or Sixth Form Cert. Higher School Certificate Which Iwi do you identify with? Other Overseas No academic award New Zealand Maori Other Pacific Island Retired Entrance qualification B Bursary A Bursary (from bursary or scholarship exams) Scholarship Other Overseas award Please specify
  • 7. Secondary School (continued) What secondary school did you attend? 13. Agent Are you using an education or migration agent to assist with your application or visa process? No What year did you leave? Yes What year did you attain your highest secondary award? Agency name National Student Number (NSN) 11. Tertiary Education Is this your first enrolment into tertiary education? 14. Assessment What were your best subjects in secondary school? 1 Yes 2 No 3 What year did you first enrol into tertiary education? Other skills (computers, music, etc) Have you previously studied at SAE Institute? No Yes At which campus did you study? What connection do you have to the subject matter of the course you are applying for? Program studied If you are applying for credit towards your program, please attach a certified copy of your academic transcripts 12. Emergency Contact What do you want to achieve through the course? Close family member not living with the applicant Surname First name Relation to applicant Phone number Mobile number What are your career intentions?
  • 8. 8174 - SAE INSTITUTE REGISTRATION AGREEMENT AGREEMENT 2013 V3.1 Definitions The following terms are used in this agreement (a) “Applicant” - means the prospective student prior to being accepted into the program by the Institute. (b) “Date of Commencement” - the scheduled start date of the program, as displayed in our current promotional material. (c) “Program” - means the series of classes in which the student is enrolled. (d) “Registration Fee” - means the sum of money paid by the student to reserve a place in an advertised program. (e) “Administration Fee” - means the sum of money paid by the student to cover administration costs during program. (f) “Institute” - means the SAE Institute (Auckland New Zealand). (g) “Student” - means the signatory of these terms and conditions. (h) “Facility Equipment” - means all studios and practical work stations located within the Institute’s premises Acceptance Into The Program An entry interview may be conducted with the applicant prior to acceptance into the program. This may also include the request for additional supporting evidence such as Curriculum Vitae; audio and or visual works provided by the applicant. 2.2 The applicant will be notified in writing of their acceptance as a student into the program. 2.3 The Institute reserves the right to decline the applicant’s entry into the program. Non acceptance into the program may include but is not limited to; - the applicant not meeting the entry requirements - the applicant not meeting the academic standards required by the Institute - the applicant owing fees from a previous SAE program and or having deferred from a previous SAE program on more than one instance 3 Registration Fee Or Administration Fee 3.1 The Student agrees to pay the full registration fee or administration fee upon submission of enrolment into the program. 3.2 All fees are held by an independent trustee, pursuant to Section 235A and 235B of the Education Act 1989. This arrangement has been accepted by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority as meeting the requirements of the Education Act 1989 and the Student Fee Protection Rules 2013. 3.3 In the event that the Student does not pay the full registration fee or full administration fee upon submission of enrolment into the program, their place may be offered to other applicants. 3.4 Student fee protection information: Upon enrolment in the program the Institute undertakes to provide appropriate student fee protection mechanisms according to the requirements of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. The cost for this is included in the registration fee or administration fee. Any remaining portion of tuition fees paid by the student shall be reimbursed in the unlikely case of failure of the Institute to provide tuition due to financial insolvency or regulatory closure. 4. Content Of Program And Recognition Of Learning 4.1 The Student acknowledges that the Institute is entitled to change the content of the program in which the Student is enrolled at any time, allowing for new equipment and subjects to be introduced and inappropriate subjects to be deleted. 4.2 NZQA Unit Standards Credits of Learning can only be given for NZQA approved program components delivered by the Institute. 5 Fee Payment 5.1 The Student agrees to pay tuition fees regularly and by the due dates. Government assistance is used for providing lower effective program fees for domestic students and for maintaining and improving a high standard of facilities. 5.2 Late payment of fees will result in cancellation of all facility equipment use and possible cancellation of lectures. 6 Cancellation 6.1 If the Student advises the Institute in writing of their intention not to commence the program prior to the eighth calendar day for domestic students, or prior to the tenth working day for international students, from the date of commencement, any advance program fee payments will be refunded by the Institute less the registration fee or administration fee of $500, (pursuant to Section 235A and 235B of the Education Act 1989). All refund payments are issued by the trustee. 6.2 Advance fee payments will not be refunded after the eighth calendar day for domestic students, or tenth working day for international students, following the commencement of the program. 6.3 If a student discontinues or terminates the program he or she is attending, the student is liable for any tuition fees outstanding at time of cancellation. The Institute is entitled to recover from the student all legal and other costs incurred by the Institute arising from the collection of outstanding tuition or cancellation fees. 6.4 Student cancellations are to be submitted only in writing. Non-attendance of classes does not constitute cancellation of the program. 7 Deferral Or Termination By The Institute 7.1 If a student’s conduct is deemed to be unsuitable to attend the Institute, the Institute reserves the right to expel the student. All tuition fees are due at the time of expulsion. 7.2 If a student’s attendance and or academic performance is deemed to be unsatisfactory, the Institute reserves the right to automatically defer the student. The student will then be given the option to apply for re-admittance to an equivalent program. This option will expire after 12 months from the date of notification. 7.3 If a student’s attendance is deemed to be repeatedly erratic or unsatisfactory, the Institute reserves the right to cancel the student’s enrolment. 8 Facility Equipment Use 8.1 The Student acknowledges that during his or her use of the facility equipment, he or she is responsible for ensuring no equipment is damaged or stolen as a direct or indirect result of a failure on his or her part to exercise reasonable care in use of all facility equipment. 8.2 In the event that facility equipment is not functioning during the student’s use, the student agrees to notify a staff member, of the Institute, immediately giving full details of the malfunction. 8.3 The Institute takes no responsibility for the function and integration, or loss, of third party equipment brought onto the premises. All facility equipment is fully equipped to enable the student to complete the program. The student is not permitted to use the facilities and or studios for commercial gain. 8.4 In the event that facility equipment is damaged or stolen during the student’s use of the facility equipment as a result of failure on his or her part to exercise reasonable care of the facility equipment, the student agrees to pay within twenty one (21) days all cost relevant to replacing or repairing such equipment. 8.5 The Institute reserves the right to cancel the student’s booked studio time. All attempts will be made to notify the student of such cancellation. Times lost due to such cancellation will be re-booked in favour of the student. 9 Disclosure Of Information 9.1 The Student authorises the Institute to release, or make available for audit inspection, information specific to student enrolment records, compulsory fees and program-related costs, student attendance records, student academic records, information pertaining to the student allowance and loan applications and information pertaining to the use of government assistance received from the Ministry of Education or its nominated representative (section 236A of the Education Act 1989). 9.2 The Student authorises the Institute to release any and all information regarding the student for the mandatory reporting requirements to any and all government agencies, and use your image, name and course work in any of the Institute’s marketing materials. 10 Student Policy 10.1 The student also agrees to have read and understood all policies described in the Institute’s current promotional material. 10.2 This agreement and Enrolment form may not be issued without the Program Prospectus. 11 Acknowledgement Of Registration Agreement 11.1 On signing this Registration Agreement, the student acknowledges that this Registration Agreement constitutes the official contract between the Institute and the student, and that this Registration Agreement supersedes the guideline policies outlined in other SAE promotional material. 1 1.1 2 2.1 name address I, of , a student enrolling at SAE INSTITUTE, declare that all information given in this document is true and correct; and I agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set forth in this agreement. applicant’s signature parent/guardian’s signature date & place (town/city) date & place (town/city) (if applicant under 18)
  • 9. ENROLMENT INFORMATION Enrolment Process 1. Select the program you wish to enrol in, noting the different dates and lecture times 2. Complete, sign and detach the Enrolment Form 3. Attach all relevant documentation, including copies of: • Valid Passport • Transcripts of previous education • Minimum Academic IELTS Test Score of 6.0 or equivalent (if English is not your first language) • Transcript of successfully completed Diploma in Audio Engineering (if enroling into the Degree) 4. Send or personally deliver all documents to SAE Institute 5. You will receive and “Offer of Place” letter and an “Acceptance of Offer of Place” letter Submit the “Offer of Place” letter with your student Visa application 6. Return the signed the “Acceptance of Offer of Place” letter to SAE and any additional information requested 7. You will receive a “Confirmation of Enrolment” Letter, Immigration Guidelines and Payment Options when SAE receives your signed “Acceptance of Offer of Place” Letter Submit the “Confirmation of Enrolment” Letter to the New Zealand Immigration Service with your student Visa application You are now formally enrolled and will receive further correspondence from SAE Institute. You have the option of withdrawing from the program prior to the tenth working day from the commencement of the program. Enrolment Checklist Enrolment form - completed and signed Proof of Identity, Age and Citizenship (copy of passport) Proof of Education (copy of secondary and higher education transcripts) Proof of Language Skills (IELTS/TOEFL if English is your second language) Send To SAE Institute 12 Heather Street Parnell Auckland 1052 NEW ZEALAND Questions or concerns? Contact us by phoning +64 9 373 4712 or email auckland@sae.edu
  • 10. AUDIO INDUSTRY CAREER OPTIONS LIVE SOUND REINFORCEMENT RECORDING STUDIO SOUND HIRE & INSTALLATION CO. AUDIO WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS TAPE DUPLICATION, EDITING & CONFERENCE RECORDING MUSIC STORES RADIO BROADCAST TELEVISION BROADCAST Front of House Engineer Rigger Sound System Designer Concert Promoter Venue Manager Publicist Operations Manager Instrument Technician Installer Technician Company Manager Operator Duplicator Conference Recorder Sales Station Manager Recording Engineer Editor Producer Location Sound Recordist Presenter Technician THEATRE Producer Sound Designer Stage Sound Engineer Radio Mic Engineer Cue Tape Operator FOH Sound Operator RECORD COMPANY A&R Manager Mixing Engineer Producer Promoter Distributor Disc Production Disc Cutting Fold-back Engineer Lugger Sound Technician Booking Band Manager Production Manager Tour Manager Mobile Recorder System Designer Sales Operations Manager Hire Manager Editor Coordinator Program Director Mixing Engineer Director Cart Dubber Radio Operations OB Operator Administration Sound Librarian Director Chief Sound Operator Technician Editor Studio Engineer Mixing Engineer Recording Engineer Mastering Engineer Editor Publicist Sales Administration Technician Studio Owner Recording Engineer Mastering Engineer Agent Editor Administration Manager Sales Administration Sales Station Manager Recording Engineer Editor Location Recordist Boom Operator FILM Location Recordist Sound Dubber Music Mix Engineer Dialogue Mix Engineer Post Sync Dialogue Engineer Mag. Film Machine Operator MISCELLANEOUS AV Production Company Car Hi-Fi Installer/Sales Noise Pollution Consultant Acoustic Engineer Consultant Disc Mastering Most, if not all, of the total list above employ the use of an assistant. Studio Manager Mixing Engineer Tape Operator Dubbing Engineer Session Musician Technician Administration Manager Technician Producer Mixing Engineer Dubbing Engineer Studio Sound Operator OB Sound Engineer Boom Operator Foley Recordist Sound Editor Technician Foley Artist Court Recordist Music Industry Lawyer Music Industry Accountant Equipment Manufacturing Equipment Representative
  • 11. SAE AUCKLAND SUPPORT SERVICES STUDIO TOURS SAE INSTITUTE is open Monday to Saturday for student lectures and practical sessions. Tours of our facilities during this time are welcome. Please phone us on 09-3734712 to book your Personal Tour of our cool facilities. ACADEMIC ADVICE Prospective students are welcome to see us about academic requirements for our programs. We will assist you to make an informed choice about your suitability for the program you are interested in. COUNSELLING AND STUDENT SUPPORT Students may seek the assistance of their Program Coordinator for any matters regarding attendance, tuition fees, vocational advice and academic progress. CAREER PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE SAE placement service is offered exclusively to graduates of the Degree programs and efforts are made to assist ALL graduates. SAE’s national and international network is the strongest link graduates have to future potential employers in the audio and film industries. We do our best to bring our graduates and potential employers together. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS International students will need to obtain a Study Visa for New Zealand. SAE Institute (Auckland) can provide some assistance with the Visa process. Please see the New Zealand Immigration Service’s website at www.immigration. govt.nz for details or contact the New Zealand embassy in your country. ACCOMMODATION Finding accommodation can sometimes be a difficult task. We can provide you with personal assistance and recommendations regarding accommodation before your studies with us. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS For entry requirements refer to the individual program information. SAE Institute has an equal opportunities policy and the entrance requirements for admission apply to all applicants without regard to race, sex, age or religion. RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) Credit for previous training or experience may be granted prior to commencement of a SAE program. Application for granting of credit can be made to the Program Coordinator. Credit will be granted on a “per unit” basis. Exemption from a program unit(s) is dependent upon meeting the theoretical requirements of the unit(s) and presentation of a portfolio which demonstrates relevant practical skills. In the event of credit being granted the program length may be shortened and fees adjusted accordingly. HOLIDAYS Holidays are kept to a minimum during all programs. SAE is closed on statutory public holidays and also for three weeks during the Christmas holiday period. A list of the holiday dates is provided to the student upon commencement.
  • 12. AUDIO ENGINEERING PATHWAY Diploma in Audio Engineering (PC1902) The Diploma in Audio Engineering achieves solid grounding in all aspects of working with commercial music, audio and film related industries. The Diploma In Audio Engineering forms a natural progression in developing sound recording, editing and mixing skills using various professional media formats and control surfaces. The Diploma In Audio Engineering focuses on aspects of audio work for sound recording studios, post-production studios, radio-television broadcasting stations, live sound and any work involving sound recording and mastering. The Diploma In Audio Engineering focuses on audio engineering skills in Digital Audio Recording-Editing, Professional Studio Recording, Live Sound Reinforcement, MIDI-Sampling, Electronic Music Production, Musicianship, Post Production for film and Mastering. Successful Graduates are awarded a Diploma in Audio Engineering (Level 5). Bachelor of Recording Arts (PC1196) Audio engineering students wishing to further their career goal may continue their degree level study with SAE Institute. Students are able to complete the second and third years of the Bachelor of Recording Arts Degree program with SAE Institute on successful completion of their Diploma in Audio Engineering program. The Bachelor of Recording Arts Degree program provides a strong focus on technology, creativity and the development of academic, practical, creative and business skills. This Degree represents the state-of-the-art in digital and creative media education. Successful Graduates are awarded a Bachelor of Recording Arts degree. The pathway to your Audio Engineering career Entry Point Diploma In Audio Engineering (PC1902) Bachelor Of Recording Arts (PC1196) 12 months Full Time 2 additional years Full Time with SAE Institute, Auckland, New Zealand Exit with DIPLOMA IN AUDIO ENGINEERING (level 5) Exit with BACHELOR OF RECORDING ARTS DEGREE Enter postgraduate studies with the SAE Online Graduate College The Master of Arts/Master of Science Professional Practice (Creative Media Industries) professional practical training 10, 12 & 18 Heather Street, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand www.auckland.sae.edu

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