Profile of Career College/Trade School
The Columbia Academy offers courses in Video and Film, Recording, Sound Design and Broadcasting to those seeking a career in television, film and radio. After completing a course from the Columbia Academy, students go on to work as broadcasters, radio hosts, sound engineers, producers and directors. The college was established in 1967, and has trained many students to become successful film and television professionals.
The Columbia Academy has many facilities to make training simple and effective. The college has 3 recording studios and 2 radio stations. Apart from offering good infrastructure, the college conducts seminars to familiarize students with the marketplace. Career choices following a course from Columbia Academy include reporting, anchoring, program direction, hosting, audio production and weather reporting.
Practical coursework is as valued as are theory classes. Students are taught through hands on training in the recording studios and media labs. Apart from techniques related to media work, the Columbia Academy also teaches students work ethics and business aspects.
The Columbia Academy requires applicants to be minimum 19 years of age, and have a high school dimploma. The registrar interviews all applicants before they are admitted to any course. Applicants are selected based on an entrance exam.
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Broadcast Performing Arts
Recording & Sound Design
Video & Film Production
Audio Engineering and Recording
Broadcasting and Reporting
Television, Film and Video Production
Visual Art and Design
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