The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) is Australia's most awarded educator in 3D Animation, Game Design, Visual FX and Games Software Development. AIE is based in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Seattle & La Fayette USA with streams also delivered online. AIE Melbourne will be based (2015) in the cultural hub of the CBD on the northern banks of the Yarra River across from the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment Melbourne
Senior Programming Teacher: AIE Melbourne
Are you working in the games development industry and looking for a new and exciting challenge? We’ve got the ideal opportunity for you.
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), the leading tertiary educational institution in game development, with campuses online and in Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra are looking for a focused individual to deliver game programming Certificate courses through to Degree programmes at our Melbourne campus.
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), the leading educator in game development, 3D animation and VFX, is looking for a teacher to deliver the Game Design stream of its flagship program the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development (Game Design and Production) at our Melbourne campus.
The Advanced Diploma is a practically based course that focuses on the skills required by Game Designers.
Discover the courses designed to get you started in game development, 3D animation and visual effects at the AIE Open Day. Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra campuses will be opening their doors to visitors eager to find out about full-time and part-time courses.
AIE Melbourne - June 2013
Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) has earned much recognition as a leading educator for the 3D Animation, Game Development and Visual FX Industries with campuses in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and two new campuses in Seattle Washington and La Fayette Louisiana, USA.
AIE Melbourne is located on Queens Road in the heart of the St Kilda Rd business precinct and run by a fun, supportive and highly-skilled team.
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment would like to invite you and your team to the annual graduate showcase of the final projects for 2012.
This event will take place at the AIE Melbourne campus and will have one session from 4pm to 7pm on tuesday, December 4th 2012.
Over 2 days students in the AIE Minecraft Movie Madness holiday short course created the world and filmed this short movie.
26 students aged between 8 and 13 created this short film.
If you are interested in learning more about holiday courses head over to www.aie.edu.au/courses/holiday_courses/school-holiday-courses
AIE TVC August Open Day