Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

GURU Digital Arts College Students Design everything from Apps to Video Games

Pirates Love Daisies

Meaghen Hicks, a Guru Digital Arts College graduate, created all of the character animations for a cute tower-defence game called Pirates Love Daisies.

Edmonton’s GURU Digital Arts College prepares students for careers in areas such as digital media, digital graphic design, game design, 3D animation and digital art.

Many students choose GURU because they can get trained quickly and hit the workforce.

“Our intense, full-time programs allow students to begin their new careers with minimal turnaround time and fully equipped with the skills they need to become industry leaders,” said a GURU Digital Arts College representative.

They are also licensed by the Government of Alberta, giving all of their students the same financial funding options as other post-secondary institutions.

Their staff includes full-time faculty and industry specialists, giving students access to real world knowledge.

“Our core instructors are experts in their areas of knowledge and passionate about passing on the tools and tricks of the industry so that students can jump right into their new careers. With a low student-to-instructor ratio, GURU provides personalized and dedicated instruction that is tailored to the individual and collective needs of the class.”

GURU Digital Arts College is a private institution located in the heart of Edmonton’s downtown.

Schools mentioned: GURU Digital Arts College

Ryan Leclaire
Author: Ryan Leclaire
Ryan has been writing for 7 years and has been featured in Chatelaine, Canadian Living and Cottage life.
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