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The Toronto Film School was founded in 2001. It quickly began to gain popularity, and was bought by the RCCIT family of for-profit schools in 2009. At that time, the school began to add programs in television, film and stage acting, in scriptwriting for film and television, and in film production.   In 2010, the […]

Toronto Film School

Canada

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VIU’s history began in 1936. At the time it was little more than a shed, with 8 students learning how to be auto mechanics under local garage owner Jack Macready. By 1938, though, vocational training classes moved to the Thomas Hodgson School, became known as the Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Centre. They adopted the name Malaspina […]

Vancouver Island University

Canada

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The Vancouver Film School (VFS) was founded in 1987, initially enrolling only 12 students. However, it began to grow almost immediately and had added the world’s first dedicated New Media training centre in 1991 – before most of the world had even heard of the concept. 1994 saw them introducing both a Classical Animation program […]

Vancouver Film School

Canada

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Conestoga College, Technically the Conestoga College Institute of Technology an Advanced Learning, got its start as the Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1967. It was one of a group of such colleges created by the government of Ontario at the time to provide technology-based education throughout the region. The current name was […]

Conestoga College

Canada

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The University of the Fraser Valley got its start in 1974 as Fraser Valley College, and by 1975 could claim more than 2,300 students. It added an award-winning Trades program in 1978, and by 1986 had opened an extensive Agriculture Centre in Chilliwack. It first gained University College status in 1991, becoming the University College […]

University of the Fraser Valley

Canada

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The Ontario College of Art and Design University – OCAD U for short – has nearly 150 years of history behind it, and all of it dedicated to fostering a practical art education in Ontario. It was founded by a group called the Ontario Society of Artists in 1876, originally as the Ontario School of […]

Ontario College of Art and Design University

Canada

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The Emily Carr University of Art and Design was founded in 1925 as the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts. It is one of the oldest universities in British Columbia. It is certainly the only one which offers a professional education in media, art and design exclusively. It became a Provincial Institute in 1978, […]

Emily Carr University

Canada

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