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I recently was accepted into Rochester Institute of Technology in their School of Film and Animation Master's program and I was also accepted into Savannah College of Art and Design's Animation Master's program. I know both are great programs which is why it is so hard to choose. Can any of you guys give me some insight as to which you think would be better and give me a better chance of getting a job when I get out. If anybody has heard anything about either feel free to post. Any help is greatly appreciated.


Hello Look at these things...


When you apply- look at these aspects for your decision...

I thunk I would approach a bit differently than an undergrad degree.

Part of your decision will depend on which of these is most important to you.

1. Look at who is teaching there ( that's where you are going to set up a mentoring relationship student-teacher ratio).

2. Look at the facilities (availability and amount of equipment).

3. Look at the industry- what is the success rate od the grads.

4. Look at the curriculum. I put this one last because most of the impetious in a grad level program is making your animation statement.
(Are you looking to do independent work or studio work)

You can contact me art my email for more info:

Yes, I do teach at SCAD- but only in the undergrad program.