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I would not recommend the School of Visual Arts, nor would I do it again if I had the option. The cost of tuition, 125,000.00, is not worth it. This is a money making institution, not an educational institution.
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I graduated from Graduate Computer Art Department.Quite BrightVideo/Media
I graduated from Graduate Computer Art Department. Not only were most of my professors industry professionals, but almost all were of very good quality as to both knowledge and teaching ability. SVA's grad programs get the best of everything particularly the Computer Art Department, who replaces their computers every three years.The quality of thesis and student work was exceptional. They also had reasonably tough admission standards. I would definitely recommend SVA Computer Art for graduate program.
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This school's atmosphere is great! It's full ofBrightFine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
This school's atmosphere is great! It's full of innovation and friendly people. The art program is so advanced. But not over whelmingly. They nurture your talent while improving it that much more. And if you do get the chance to travel abroad, do it! The choices vary from visiting Spain to France! While thatll be a nice change, returning back to good 'ol NYC is like no other. I mean, your located in the heart of Chelsea! Lastly, youl'll be challenged but to simply be able to surpass the limits only YOU set for yourself.
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