20th November 2007. London, UK. Qantm College www.qantm.co.uk ; brings its award-winning, world-leading diploma and degree courses to the UK’s capital city. The new facility opens on 22nd November 2007 and will be located in Islington. The College will educate students in the latest software packages, hardware and offer unique and invaluable access to experts in videogame design, development and 3D animation.
Nic Oliver, International&Domestic Marketing Manager for Qantm explained,“The UK was always going to be a prime choice to benefit from a Qantm educational facility. There’s a thriving game development community here which is crying out for skilled graduates.“ He continued,“We are bringing our 11 years of experience in Australia to offer relevant and practical courses that will allow the UK to continue punching above its weight as the games industry continues its explosive growth.”
Qantm will work closely with some of the country’s leading game developers to provide its students with the best information and guidance by some of the leading lights in game development.
Steve Stamatiadis, Creative Director, Krome Studios enthused,“Qantm’s courses are run by instructors with solid industry experience and offer students a real insight into the game development process.”
Following its successful Australian model, Qantm will provide tightly focused courses with the flexibility to allow specialization in specific areas such as character animation/texturing or movement programming.
The new facility is located at:
12-14 Pentonville Road,
Islington, London. N1 9HF.
T: 0845 017 1015
Alison Beasley, Lincoln Beasley PR. E: email@example.com
T: +44 (0) 01608 645756 M: +44 (0) 7966 449130
Qantm College was founded in 1996 in Australia backed by several key universities, government departments and arts bodies. With three colleges in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, Qantm has established relationships with key companies and has become the benchmark in providing Certificate, Diploma and Bachelor qualifications in Animation, Digital Video, Games Programming, Graphic Design and Multimedia. Qantm was acquired by the SAE group in 2004 .
SAE Institute was founded by Austrian entrepreneur Tom Misner and is the world’s largest private school in media, audio and animation with 45 colleges in 20 countries including Australia, USA, Germany, Malaysia and the UK. www.sae.edu