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  • Anyone heard of this school before?

    http://www.thegraphicdesignschool.com/

    What do you think of online schools? This one is only about $2,000 and you get a personal tutor to guide you and help you build a portfolio in the end.

  • #2
    you're in Australia?
    Can you find work with whatever a Certificate IV is and no government qualification?
    Here in the US, with a one year course, you wouldn't qualify as entry level for most of the jobs out there now. Too many designers out of work.

    I did not see one Production course offered there. 750 hours would only give you a brief overview. I suppose it's a cheap way to find out if you really want to study design.

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