Hyderabad: Creative Multimedia, India’s largest Digital Media Academy and Vanarts (Vanouver Institute of Media Arts), one of the leading international schools for media arts, signed an Articulation Agreement (MoU) for advanced overseas animation training on Monday. The MoU was signed by Rajasekhar Buggaveeti, CEO of Creative Multimeda and Kennath Priebe, the Communications Manager of VanArts here today.
Addressing mediapersons later, Rajasekhar said the MoU was part of Creative Multiple initiatives aimed at equipping students with the competitive edge in their careers, “Enhancing Employability” and enabling a world-class learning experience”. He also said the Creative Multimedia was the largest, award-winning digital media academy in India with 21 years. The MoU allows animation students of Creative Multimedia in India to pursue a highly focused 3D Character animation diploma program abroad at VanArts in Vancouver, Canada and dual diplomas from both institutes, advanced skills to work in the global animation industry, and the opportunity to complete the program in as little as six months instead of 12 months at substantially lower tuition fees and living costs. He said the program gives students the opportunity to train at the No. 3 animation school in the world and leverage the strategic location, VanArts is located in Vancouver, Canada, the world’s largest hub for animation & VFX.
VanArts team spearheaded by Kenneth Priebe, took a tour of Creative Multimedia’s global-stand campus and conducted an information session for students on the study programs at VanArts. Shawket Hussain, Joint Director, IT&C Department of the State Government and Karuna Mallesh, Director Technology and British Columbia representative in India attended the event as a special guest.