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NZ creative schools make top international animation list

The top 100 International Animation schools list has been released and two of New Education group’s creative colleges, Yoobee School of Design and Animation College have featured.

Yoobee, the largest specialised digital design school in the country, and Animation College, New Zealand’s only tertiary provider to offer degrees and diploma, specialising in both 2D and 3D character animation, have both been ranked amongst the 2018 Top 100 Animation Schools created by the Animation Career Review.

Based in North America, The Animation Career Review is one of the top online resources for people aspiring for careers in animation, game development/design/art, graphic design, digital art, and related fields.

The Animation Career Review have once again recorgnised Yoobee School of Design as one of New Zealand’s leading specialised digital design schools, saying that: Yoobee … is already one of the best schools in the world for aspiring animators and game designers.”

Of Animation College, the Animation Career Review said, “….Animation College has several Diplomas and Bachelor degrees to choose from, as well as an abundance of stellar student art galleries to prove it’s one of New Zealand’s best schools!”

About Yoobee School of Design

As part of the New Education Group, Yoobee is New Zealand’s largest specialised digital design school delivering practical, innovative training for careers in graphic design, filmmaking, animation and 3D graphics, game art and development, and web development. We keep students plugged into industry advances and at the top of their game, at our state-of-the-art campuses in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and online.

About Animation College

Founded by the legendary ex-Disney animator John Ewing, we are the only college in New Zealand to offer degrees and diplomas in 2D and 3D character animation. We deliver cutting edge training at our Auckland and Rotorua campuses.


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