SAE Dubai Institute

 
 
The SAE Institute (SAE), formerly the School of Audio Engineering and the SAE Technology College and badged SAE Creative Media Education, is a network of colleges around the world that provides creative media programmes. Founded in 1976 in Sydney, Australia, by Tom Misner, SAE was purchased in 2012 by Navitas Limited, a private Australian education services company. In 2022 Navitas sold SAE operations in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe to AD Education, part of Ardian a France-based independent private equity investment company. Navitas retained its SAE Creative Media Institute operations in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the US alongside its network of licensed education partners operating under the SAE brand in other parts of the world. In 2023, SAE Creative Media Institute in Australia became a University College. ..More on Wikipedia



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