Go for Industry-Relevant Education With the Les’ Copaque’s January 2021 Intake

Learn the ins and outs of the animation industry straight from the industry leaders at the Les’ Copaque Animation Academy. More info here.

Updated 02 Dec 2020

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Want to make a name for yourself in the animation industry? Start by getting the right education, straight from the geniuses behind the widely-beloved children’s cartoon series, Upin & Ipin.

Yep, you heard it right. The Les’ Copaque Animation Academy (LCAA), a subsidiary of the Les’ Copaque Production Sdn. Bhd. is currently accepting admission for its January 2021 intake. This is your chance to pursue industry-relevant programmes under the guidance of experienced experts.

Interested? Read on for more information.

What you need to know

The institution is once again opening its doors. Apply before 4 January 2021 for a chance to be part of the team responsible for rejuvenating Malaysia's animation industry.

Aspire to bring your creation to life? Be an expert animator with their Diploma in 3D Animedia Technology. Learn from qualified instructors and researchers as you become part of the new generation of Malaysian animators.

Not much for the creative arts? Get into the business side and learn what it takes to succeed in the animation industry with a Diploma in Creative Business. Build your own brand and learn how to protect it through an intellectual property-oriented business.

How to apply

Spaces are limited so admission is on a first-come, first serve basis. Make sure you apply as soon as possible to avoid missing out on this amazing opportunity.

To apply, visit the LCAA website or contact them at 03-55699947 or 012-3371698. Alternatively, leave your details below and our friendly education advisors will be in touch!

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    Dzulfazreena Dzulkefli

    Dzulfazreena Dzulkefli

    Too busy complaining about lemon but I sometimes read.