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2.5 years Media Arts Design
U.K. Diploma Programme

We have only one goal, and only one course

Master all key areas of media arts design with our unique and comprehensive 2.5 year U.K. diploma.

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3D Modeling

Digital illustration

Videography

Audio Production

Graphic design

Motion graphics

Animation

Photography

Build An award-winning portfolio

Skill sets are conveyed through one’s artwork. A designer is recognized by their finest works and thus, students should place heavier emphasis on the portrayal of their best-quality works as it is definitely the strongest portfolio that every designer should pursue. 

In Camou Academy, we have developed an exclusive work-in-progress pipeline for creating an international production standard work alongside 1-1 guidance from industry experts that ensure every single work produced is integrated with full-fledged design training so that it stands out amongst designers internationally.

With the award-winning training framework, you have the potential to become a polymath in the design industry. Thus, you are well-equipped with the ability to manage design workflows individually to be recognized globally as a world-class designer. 

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Worlds class lecturer

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Facilities and equipment worth more than 10 million

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Film classes advised by celebrities

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Only design college with education award

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Full fleged Learning. No compromise

We equip you with all the skills and abilities to be a media arts professional.

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The top ten highest paying design jobs require skills in media arts.

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Visaual Effects Artist

Digital Media Specialist

Digital Media Specialist

Concept Designer

Concept Designer

Graphic Designer

Graphic Designer

Game Artist

Game Artist

Product Designer

Product Designer

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Videographer

Videographer

Photographer

Media arts professionals are listed in the Malaysian government and the World Bank as being in critical demand.

Malaysia’s shift to an economy based on high productivity and knowledge production has brought higher quality growth in the country. However, such shifts have created shortages in the labor market. To identify these shortages and monitor skills imbalances, the government of Malaysia has established the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee (CSC) which has published the Critical Occupations List (COL) since 2015.

As Malaysia’s labor market shortage list, the COL seeks to identify shortages in occupations that are sought-after by employers in the country and to help policymakers make decisions for targeted investments in human capital.

It is currently used as a source of labor market intelligence and information by many stakeholders including policy makers, training and higher education institutions, jobseekers and students. Malaysia’s COL also serves to inform immigration policy and is also used to inform the development of courses of study to meet industry demands. Looking ahead, the COL has the potential to help adapt workforce development policies to perform better in Industry 4.0 by increasing the responsiveness of upskilling and reskilling programs, improving the efficiency of the job-matching process for displaced and retrenched workers, and enhancing the responsiveness of immigration admissions decisions to economic needs.

However, the COL still faces challenges, but these are not unique to it. These serve as key lessons for other countries seeking to implement shortage lists.

  • Shortage lists should weigh the pros and cons of regional disaggregation
  • Shortage lists should invest in standardized occupational data

Malaysia’s experience in establishing COL offers several general lessons for other countries who are currently exploring tools to monitor skills shortages. These include:

  • Shortage lists are a useful tool for monitoring labor market shortages, and they are particularly critical now as new technologies disrupt labor markets.
  • Shortage lists should be updated regularly and improved continuously, should be based on rigorous evidence, and should be transparent. Governments can take advantage of new data sources, such as online job postings, to create lists that are up-to-date and include detailed information about skills requirements.
  • Shortage lists should be developed by a specialized agency but should incorporate evidence from public and private sector

Excerp from Monitoring Occupational Shortages, World Bank- Sep, 2019

WHAT skills do you need to become a sought-after employee in Malaysia's current labour market?

Well, according to the Critical Occupations List, what's in demand are communication skills, English language proficiency and problem solving expertise. The country is also in need of more electric and electronic engineers, early childhood educators, finance managers, chemists, manufacturing professionals and software developers among others.

 

The 2018/2019 Critical Occupations List (COL) highlights 59 middle- and high-skilled occupations that are sought-after, strategic and in high demand.

The COL keeps abreast of changing labour market demands associated with new technologies, automation and Industry 4.0. It was developed by agencies under the Human Resources Ministry and in collaboration with the World Bank. On Sept 12, the World Bank released its "Monitoring Occupational Shortages: Lessons from Malaysia’s Critical Occupations List” report, a case study of the COL.

While most people would assume that skills in artificial intelligence (AI) and big data are in demand, many are not aware that traditional skills like welding are also highly sought after, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran at the report’s launch in Putrajaya.

“There are a lot of people who do not realise how important it is to acquire these skills, which are easily available in institutes under the Human Resources Ministry, ” he said, explaining that there are many success stories of those with traditional skills earning lucrative incomes.

“Many Malaysians treat these skills as a last-choice job. This is a mindset that has to change, ” he said.

Kulasegaran said the ministry has suggested that the government provide special incentives and training for such skills in the upcoming budget.

The COL is updated and released yearly by the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee which is jointly chaired by human capital development agency TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis under the Human Resources Ministry. It was created in 2015 to identify labour market shortages.

"The Mid-Term Review of the 11th Malaysia Plan (2016-2020) accords the COL a central place in Malaysia’s labour market development, ” said Kulasegaran.

"By identifying labour market needs as they arise, the COL becomes a powerful policy tool that can be used by governments, the private sector, academia, job creators and job seekers alike."
 
Excerp from Critical Occupation List, Malaysian Government- Sep,2019

Our results speak for themselves

Sinchew Education Awards

The only media arts and design institute to be awarded with the prestigious Sin Chew Awards for educational excellence.

The Kancil Awards

We have the most number of Kancil Awards in southern Malaysia

White Wedding Fair 2.0

Gold medal winner of Paradigm Mall graphic

Winner of 3D Advertiseement
Competition

runner up - commercial lorry design competition

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Excellence breeds excellence

Our academic faculty team and advisors represent the very best of thier respective disciplines. Learn from the very best and bring your talents to another level. Our academic team boasts a total of no less than 200 yeas of international experience between them.

World Class faculty

International celebrities and media art professionals with no less than 200 years of experience altogether come together to deliver Malaysia’s premier course in media arts design program.

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RM12,000,000 invested specifically for facilities and EXCEPTIONAL equipment in our 20,000 SQUARE FEET state of the art campus.

Did you know. that you may use these facilities for free as an enrolled student?

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They know that you know.

Have your skills recognized anywhere in the world. The City Of Oxford College diploma is your one and only ticket to an international career in media arts. Camou Academy has been accredited as a first class center for City Of Oxford College.

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They know that you know.

Have your skills recognized anywhere in the world. The COC advance diploma is your ticket to an international career in media arts. Camou Academy has been accredited as a first class center for COC.

We HAVE trained more than 300 outstanding media arts design professionals.

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Why study media arts?

Master more than 8 softwares and give yourself a clear advantage

1. Equip yourself with the knowledge on leading projects for filmmaking, animation, advertising, photography, and more.

 2. Acquire skills to be able to manage projects independently from beginning till the end. Unleash your full potential and soon you will see that you’re worth more than just a designer. Make an impact in the market with your remarkable skills.

3. Get started on your professional portfolio immediately and compile a polished dossier of more than 300 uniquely individual work by the time you graduate; making it noticeable to companies around.

Study in a strategic location, Set yourself close to success

Did you know that Johor is considered a #1 strategic study location? It is a financially advantageous location as it provides opportunities around:

1. Iskandar Malaysia Studio – Biggest film production in South East Asia, where a Hollywood film was filmed! #EasilyAccessed

2. Iskandar Johor – The highest growth rate of development in the Media Art Industry in South East Asia. #JobOpportunity

Furthermore, Johor is located 20 minutes away from Singapore; paving a pathway for you into a world-class level platform where the most skillful experts and world-class media arts companies are based. 


Camou Academy
3-7, Jalan Pertama 5, Pusat
Perdagangan Danga Utama, 81300 Johor Bahru, Johor
Monday – Friday
9.30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
askme@camouacademy.com
Phone: +607 5567477
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