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School Profile For:

College of Interactive Arts

School Information

College of Interactive Arts
Interactive Animation
987 Granville Street
British Columbia
V6Z 1L3
(T) +(1) 604 689-7111
(F) +(1) 604 689-7140

General Email:
Web Address:

Contact Information

Main Program Contact:
Jimmy Ockey
Program Manager
(T) +(1) 604 689 7111
(F) +(1) 604 689 7140

Program Information

Degree Categories:
Certificate, Diploma

Program Categories:
Cartooning, Character Animation, Computer Animation/Digital Art, Graphic Design, Multimedia/Games, Animation History/Theory, Vocational Training

Teacher / Student Ratio:

Fees / Tuition Information:
Please contact us for information.

Is Financial Aid Available?

Financial Aid Information:
We assist students in applying for a student-line-of-credit with various financial institutions.

Entrance Requirements:
Applicants applying for admission to any of CIA's full-time, 3D Interactive Animation programs must be 18 years or older, and must successfully complete an interview with a CIA Program Director upon acceptance to the program of study.

Program Philosophy:
College of Interactive Arts provides comprehensive programs that combine hands-on game design with art courses that will enable students to fit into interactive entertainment studios. We will do our best to ensure students develop essential game design and traditional animation skills that meet and surpass interactive entertainment industry standards.

Program Description:
The College of Interactive Arts aims to provide our students with current design, animation and technology skills for the development of careers in entertainment technology and the advancement of their education. A further goal is to instil in students a spirit of creativity and enthusiasm

Faculty Description:
Our Faculty of experienced artists, designers and programmers are dedicated to helping students achieve the flexibility necessary to innovate, develop, and collaborate concepts into Computer Gaming reality, while acquiring the artistic and technical skills and experience necessary to stay in the forefront of today's growing CG industry.

Career Placement Information:
Because with have strong industry connections with interactive studios, we will make every effort to ensure that CIA students find employment in this booming industry.

Last Edited: Monday February 16, 2004

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