Les’ Copaque Is Calling for the Next Generation of Animators to Join Them This August 2020

Study animation or learn the ins and outs of the animation industry at Les’ Copaque Animation Academy. Apply for the August 2020 now!

Updated 28 Aug 2020

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Do you love animated films and tv shows? Aspire to make it big in the animation industry? Want to know what intellectual property actually means?

Get your foundation right and start on your animation journey with an education in 3D animation and creative business at Les’ Copaque Animation Academy (LCAA).

With a strong industry connection (the academy is a subsidiary of the highly successful Les’ Copaque Production, the studio behind Upin & Ipin), the LCAA is where you want to be if you’re planning to pursue a career in animation.

Interested? Read on for more information.

What you need to know

The normal intake dates are in May and June but if you missed out on registering, don’t fret it.

This year, as society faces an unprecedented time with COVID-19 and the closing of many great institutions, the LCAA is doing everything they can to ensure the safety of everyone involved. After staying closed to help contain the pandemic, the academy is opening up their doors and welcoming students for the July 2020 and December 2020 intakes. Interested students can apply for their December 2020 intake.

Study animation with the Diploma in 3D Animedia Technology or future-proof yourself with business management skills and gain insight into the exciting world of intellectual property with a Diploma in Creative Business.

How to apply

For more information and assistance on the admission process, 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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