Published: 09th August 2017
These 8 students from Bengaluru will complete their graduate programme at Wolverhampton University, UK
The first batch of the international course students at AAT College have been offered conditional admission letters to the University of Wolverhampton
AAT College, which offers formal education for the media and entertainment industry, on Wednesday announced that the first batch of its International course students studying BA (Hons) in Sound Production, on completion of Diploma Studies of two years have been offered conditional admission letters to pursue the third year of the graduate program at Wolverhampton University, UK.
Pragyat Singh, Country Head, India Liason Office, University of Wolverhampton, UK and Rathish Babu, CEO, AAT College handed over the conditional admission letters to eight students from the among 13 students who have successfully completed two years of Diploma Studies at the Bengaluru campus of AAT College. The other five students will pursue the final year in a University of their choice based on their chosen field of interest.
We are happy to enrol eight students for the final year of the program. We have been working jointly with AAT College in designing a curriculum for this international degree and the modules of the course have been carefully chosen, keeping in mind the industry's requirements
Pragyat Singh, Head, University of Wolverhampton India
Expressing delight at this milestone achieved by AAT College, Rathish Babu, said, “Our tie-up with Wolverhampton University is an initiative to offer international degrees for Indian students at an affordable cost.” According to Mr. Pragyat Singh, "We are happy to enrol eight students for the final year of the program. We have been working jointly with AAT College in designing a curriculum for this international degree and the modules of the course have been carefully chosen, keeping in mind the industry's requirements."
As part of the course structure, the students were to study for the first two years in India and had the option of joining Wolverhampton University, UK for their final year as AAT follows a globally recognised system. These eight students will focus on film sound and specialize in Background Music for films. On successful completion of the course, students will have access to internship and placement assistance globally. Admissions are now in progress for the year 2017-18 batch commencing in September 2017.