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Audio Engineering Diploma

  • Practical classes and hands-on studio time are supported by a theoretical understanding, giving students thorough knowledge of a broad range of audio production-related issues and career opportunities.


The Audio Engineering Diploma course offers students study in all aspects of audio engineering and is designed to train future professionals for the audio industry.

Practical classes and hands-on studio time are supported by a theoretical understanding, giving students thorough knowledge of a broad range of audio production-related issues and career opportunities. The Diploma focuses on the specific principles and requirements of the professional audio industry and is designed to include a broad range of topics, to ensure that graduates are prepared for the numerous career choices in this exciting field of work. Students are taught by qualified tutors with professional experience, in both field and as lecturers.

Building a career as a Recording Studio Engineer, Live Engineer, Producer or other jobs in the audio and music industry requires practical experience combined with strong technical knowledge.

The aim of the Diploma is to combine theoretical knowledge with many individual hours of practical experience using our recording and production facilities. The goal is to ensure that our students have the skills required to produce professional quality recordings used to demonstrate their skills.Professional equipment, individual practical time, and the supervision of our training staff are all key factors that have made SAE Institute the world leader in audio education.

Students that successfully complete the SAE Diploma are granted entry into the second year of the associated Middlesex University degree at participating SAE campuses only. SAE Bucharest is not a Middlesex-validated campus and does not offer the second year (degree component). For a list of Middlesex-validated SAE campuses, please contact us.

Award

  • SAE Diploma

Duration

  • Full-time: 12 months
  • Part-time: 20 months

Theory lectures


  • Full-time: Four lessons of 3 hours, per week
  • Part-time: Two lessons of 3 hours, per week

Career Options:


  • • Assistant Sound Engineer
  • • Studio Sound Recordist/Engineer
  • • Mix Engineer
  • • ProTools Operator
  • • Live Sound Engineer
  • • Mastering Engineer
  • • Broadcast Engineer
  • • Audio Post-Production
  • • Music and Dialogue Editor
  • • Location Recordist
  • • Electronic Musician
  • • Sales and Installation

Practical time


  • Individual bookings, with personal support.
  • Access to facilities at least 5 days per week

Entry requirements


  • Minimum age: 18 years

Upcoming start dates:


February 2018 - full time program
October 2018 - full time program