SAE Institute

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Established in 1976, the SAE Institute is an educator in creative media industries- with 53 campuses in 27 countries. In Australia, SAE has over 3000 students across 6 campuses- of which two campuses are based in Victoria- in Byron Bay and Melbourne. SAE offers government accredited courses including certificates, diplomas, and bachelor degrees covering 6 specialist discipline streams of Animation; Audio; Design; Film; Games; and Web & Mobile.

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A$18,610

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A$9,600

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A$35,100

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A$25180

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Unprofessional

This school (Melbourne campus) is extremely unprofessional on so many levels.
I'm  not sure where to start, I'll start by saying if people are wondering if this course is worth it, (and not just Film Production but I also know people who have done the Audio Course here too,)
It isn't worth it, whether y read full review

This school (Melbourne campus) is extremely unprofessional on so many levels. I'm not sure where to start, I'll start by saying if people are wondering if this course is worth it, (and not just Film Production but I also know people who have done the Audio Course here too,) It isn't worth it, whether you have HECS fees or not, this course is a waste of money, your classes will involve sitting in a classroom for 3 hours with a teacher that will not teach you things but instead talk about your homework for the entire time without teaching you anything, just telling you what you have to do for each assignment. Some of the lecturers are the office ladies, they are very young and VERY unprofessional, they dont know what they are doing most of the time and they giggle and mess around and let students yell out and interrupt them and they encourage it! If you're over 18 years old you will find this extremely annoying!! A few times the classes have involved the teachers getting the students to log onto their facebook infront of the class and write a status on facebook (I kid you not!!) and see who comments on it from part of there friends list. This was some stupid way of them trying to make a point of who tries to get involved in your life! Another time we have had to make a house out of tooth picks! Yes we are asked to do these things in class for both Film and friends have done it in Audio as well. We are paying alot for this school and i can honestly say I have been to every class this Trimester, with an open mind and have not learned anything worth while for film! You are honestly going to get more out of sitting at home on google. The Counselor at this school is a young girl probably about 27-30 who is meant to help you out with things such as stress with homework, life at home ect. Well EVERYTHING I have heard about her is that she is extremely hard to talk to, and very immature and doesn't help out at all! I don't know how she has this job. The lady on the front desk name is Nikki, she stuffed up my partners enrolment about 3 times by 'losing' paper work and then forgetting to call him back when he got accepted into the course, he had to call the school the day before school started and lucky he did because she answered the phone and told him "oh you got in!" and told him she had misplaced he's paperwork and he had to fill things out again. To some people this may sound REALLY unprofessional, almost like its made up, but its not and people at this school just get used to this kind of thing happening on a regular basis. That is what this school is like! (or campus, i'm not sure what the other campuses are like) We have seen her sitting at the front desk giggling at her computer on a number of occasions and heard the instant message noise you get from facebook when someone talks to you, back and forth. She is also extremely rude and never smiles at students even when you smile at her first. There is a person at this school who is disabled and has told me once that she has been at this school for almost two years and is still repeating trimester 1! (A TRIMESTER IS USUALLY COMPLETED IN 3 MONTHS!) This is a clear example of them taking money off people, letting someone with an extreme disability come to this school and not be able to pass 1 trimester, she also told me they haven't done anything to help her!! All this school cares about is taking money off people. show less