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3D Animation Graduates Already Getting Job Offers

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For Immediate Release:
Sent on 11/11/09

3D Animation Graduates Already Getting Job Offers

As many of our graduating 3D animation students are in the middle of finals completing their 2nd years, they are already getting job offers from companies. 3D animation students have already been scouted by major motion picture studios, and others by graphic design companies, web design companies and advertising agencies. This is a very busy time of year for our 3D Animation students, but clearly all their hard work has paid off! They have spent the last year honing their skills and preparing for the industry using software such as Maya, Pixar's Renderman, and Nuke. Recently a graduating student won a highly coveted Hamberg International Award.

Lifeway College’s level 6 and 7 Advanced 3D Animation course (highest available level of training in New Zealand) provides the perfect platform for any prospective animator, illustrator, or web designer to launch themselves into the industry.

Our next intake in February 2010 is soon to be closed as it is nearly full!

Should you have any questions about this course, please don't hesistate to contact us on 0800 LIFEWAY (0800 5433 929), 3d@lifeway.ac.nz Or alternatively visit our website at www.lifeway.ac.nz

ENDS

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