NSW - JMC Academy Open Day

Are you still undecided about how you want to spend the next one to two years of your study time? Do you want a preview of what your years after school might hold? Then this is your opportunity to get to know JMC Academy.

On the day you will take a campus tour, undertake a focused overview on your course of interest, speak first-hand with current students, scholarship winners and the Heads of JMC Academy's Music, Audio, Animation, Game Design, Film and Television, Digital Design (Sydney and Melbourne only) and Entertainment Business Management departments. You'll also be able to view student work, listen to bands, view student films and even see live audio and film production in action.


Event Info

Date
27 Aug 2016 - 27 Aug 2016

Location
561 Harris St, Ultimo NSW

Time
10.30am - 2.30pm

Cost
Free with registration


Website
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