Brunei’s Arts college, Mahakarya Institute of the Arts Asia is open for enrolment for its March and September Intake.
Since its establishment in 2019, the institute has opened its doors providing skill-based screen and media education to cater through the global film industry.
Mahakarya Institute of the Arts Asia has produced students with skills equipped for employment and has reached its target of providing 100 per cent employment among its graduates.
The TAFE Queensland accredited college based its curriculum on the current standards required for the industry. Offering both Certificate III in Screen and Media and Diploma in Screen and Media, Mahakarya Institute of the Arts Asia offers continuing education from Year 11 with two ‘O’ Levels.
The team at Mahakarya Institute of the Arts Asia is dedicated in developing the next generation of content creators and ensure their skills and intellectual property are protected and contribute in a meaningful way to Bruneian society, its economy and ASEAN as a whole by providing an educational platform for dialogue and constructive collaboration.
Students currently enrolled develop their skills through production and internships throughout their programme working on content such as short films, documentaries, corporate videos and TV commercials among many others.