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SAE Institute and Mackie Team Up to Offer Student Scholarships

Sunday February 27, 2005
Building on a longstanding educational partnership, Mackie and the SAE Institute announced the first ever SAE Institute/Mackie International Scholarship Contest, which will award one international and one US, full tuition scholarship to the SAE location of the applicants choice...
SAE Institute and Mackie Team Up to Offer Student Scholarships

Building on a longstanding educational partnership, Mackie and the SAE Institute announced the first ever SAE Institute/Mackie International Scholarship Contest, which will award one international and one US, full tuition scholarship to the SAE location of the applicants choice.

As part of the application process, potential students must submit a portfolio of creative works or productions for review. Entrants must also provide an outline of their own relevant experiences and goals in the audio industry, as well as a statement explaining why they are the best candidate to receive this scholarship. Applicants will then mail entries and related submissions to the SAE campus that they would like to attend. All 41 participating SAE Institute campuses around the world are accepting entries through March 31, 2005.

Downloadable applications are currently available at www.sae.edu/scholarship/index.html

Each individual school will select two finalists from their location. These two finalists will then be submitted to Mackie for final judging, and Mackie will choose one international and one US scholarship winner.

About SAE Institute

With their world headquarters in Byron Bay, Australia, SAE Institute is the world's first and largest network of audio and Creative Media education centers. SAE is affiliated with Middlesex University (England), Southern Cross University (Australia) and Southern Institute of Technology (New Zealand). The Institute operates over 40 campuses in 22 countries on four continents. It offers diploma and full degree programs in audio technology, recording arts, filmmaking, 3D animation and multimedia arts.

For more information, visit their web site at www.sae.edu

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