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Impressive Graduation Rate - In 3D Animation

Impressive Graduation Rate - Incredible Success In 3D Animation at Lifeway College

Are you serious about starting a career in the exciting and innovative world of 3D animation? Lifeway Colleges Diploma in 3D animation carries an impressive 93 percent qualification rate, ensuring that students get their moneys worth and are fully equipped to make a living out of exercising their creative muscles.

According to the official statistics submitted to the Tertiary Education Commission, Lifeway College’s 20+ years of training Kiwis has created a graduation rate that is an incredible 93%; this is 23% higher than the average in New Zealand!

“We are so very proud of the excellence of our teachers, curriculum and the quality of the students that enroll with Lifeway College. Our Campus is a creative environment, with a commercial studio operating on site every day. This ensures our graduates walk out with the right skills, professional attitudes and technical expertise to be ready to work from day one! This is backed up by an employment rate well over 90%”, confirms Principal Craig Hansen.

This high qualification rate, coupled with the colleges push to ensure that students receive prime job placement means those studying with Lifeway can rest at ease, confident that the time, effort and money that goes into their studies will be well rewarded.

For more information on how you can study with Lifeway College and become a world class 3D Animator, you can visit the website:

You can also check out student work by visiting the YouTube channel:


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