Graduate School of Creative Industries Facilitating Access to Desired Forms of Employment

Tuesday, July 2, 2019 - 11:21

The head of graduate school of creative industries stated that the school has been formed based on the country’s cultural concerns.

In his interview with ISCA News Agency, Hojjat al-Islam Hassan Vadoud explained more about the schools’ activities and responsibilities and said that it has been run in order to explain cultural issues and respond them.

He added that the school’s activities are categorized in some phases which the first one defines community needs, cultural priorities and digital arts, “the graduate school of creative industries specifically focuses on digital arts. It is active in the field of education including learning skills and applying sciences, and the production area with an approach of increasing employment opportunities and creating relations with job market.”

Hojjat al-Islam Vadoud mentioned the importance of avoiding the traditional system of education which is only based on education and said that graduates must be able to enter job market successfully because efficiency of knowledge is very noteworthy.

As he noted, story writing and script writing courses will be presented by experienced professors, “2D and 3D Animation, Motion Graphics, Graphic Design, Photoshop and teaching updated software in the field of digital arts, are some examples of educational courses that will be held in this school.”

The head of graduate school of creative industries announced that the school will officially begin its activities on June 22, 2019.


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