4-Month Mentorship

Think Tank is constantly improving its services and with that, we are currently making some updates and improvements to our program models to maximize the benefits to you. This process requires a review and approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch. At this time, we ask you to be patient as we focus on this process and making these improvements. We are hoping to have all the work done shortly and will post updated information when that becomes available. If you have any questions, please email info@tttc.ca or call 1-888-990-TANK (8265) during business hours (9am-5pm PST) and ask for Katja.

Mentorship Details

Duration
4 Months
Course Delivery
On campus, North Vancouver
Prerequisites
19 years of age or high school diploma
Portfolio submission and approval
What You Get
All materials (i.e. manuals, videos, art supplies, etc)
Intuos 4 Wacom tablet
1TB portable hard drive
Intakes
February, June, October of each year
Tuition
Canadian Students Tuition $12,500 CAD
International Students Tuition $16,500 CAD

Date: Mentorship Program

Now accepting applications for the June 2019 intake and beyond.

What’s the English Proficiency Requirement?

For students whose first language is not English, below are the minimum scores required from any one of the following tests in English proficiency.  We recommend you contact us to discuss language requirements.

  • Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP-G 2014) is a Canadian English language test for immigration to Canada, Canadian citizenship, and for admission to Canadian universities and colleges. Acceptable level: 6 (for tests taken after April 2014)
  • Equivalent Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB): Score of 6
  • Canadian Academic English Language assessment (CAEL): Overall score of 60
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): 75 Internet-based, 210 computer based, or 520 paper based.
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): overall score of 6, with a minimum of 5.5 in each section, or proof of completion of a secondary school or post-secondary education program in English, in Canada or abroad.

 

What if I have no examples of my work?

If you currently have no examples of your artwork, you might consider taking some time to create a portfolio before you apply. If you feel this is not an option for you at this time, you can also write an essay reflecting your reasons for wanting to explore this exciting medium. Send us a message and we can help you get your portfolio kick-started.

Remember, there is more to computer graphics than fine art… some of the most influential members of the CG community can barely draw a stick-man!

What should I include in my portfolio for submission?

What we’re trying to determine is your level of aptitude. Don’t let your lack of drawing skill stop you from applying. Show us your ideas and creations in another medium. Paint, sculpture, photographs, short films, 2D and 3D images and models. It all counts when it comes to evaluating your portfolio. Include 5 to 10 examples that show us what you can do. Animations in any medium are great.

Drawings, paintings, and photographs should be 8.5″ x 11″ photocopies or scanned jpgs, colour or black and white.  Save the planet and send us only a link to your online portfolio or Google Drive. Remember if you send a hard copy it will not be returned!

Do I need a Visa to study in Canada? If so, how do I obtain one?

International students will receive further instructions once they are accepted and they pay their seat deposit. We will prepare an official letter of acceptance that they take to the Canadian Consulate to apply for their Canada Visa and their Canada Study Permit.  International students will also need a passport that is valid for the full term of study.

Learn More Here: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study

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