Our Portfolio Workshop International (PWI) Summer Program offers international students a unique intensive study experience.
"The rest of the world would do well to recognize the importance of this school." Animation Career ReviewThe teacher/student ratio of our PWI Summer Program (1 instructor to 10 students) allows us to focus on the needs of each individual student. Admission to this intensive summer program is limited to ten students maximum*. The course of study is 38 days in length over a period of seven weeks. Classes take place from Monday to Friday for 6 hours a day (and for two weekends within the seven week period). Our intensive seven week session is a condensed version of our highly successful eight month Animation Portfolio Workshop program. Program Info WHEN: MON JUNE 15 to THURS AUGUST 6, 2015 / 5 days per week / 3-6pm Drawing for Animation / 7-10pm Life Drawing for Animation. WHERE: St. Matthew’s United Church, 729 St. Clair Ave.W. in Toronto, ON. COURSE FEE: $ 8,995.00 CDN + $200 administration fee (non-refundable) per student. VISA INFORMATION: An international student requires a visa in order to study in Canada. Please visit the Canadian embassy nearest you to get detailed information on obtaining a visa to study in Canada. It is crucial to plan the timing of your visa application carefully with respect to the startup date and duration of the PWI Summer Program. Plan to receive your visa well in advance of the PWI start date so as to give yourself enough time to make adequate travel preparations.
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*Final offer of admission to the PWI Summer Program is contingent upon approval of program director. Please note that the maximum enrollment is 12 students. An enrollment of ten students is required in order for the PWI program to run. Room Drawing by Ken Wong PWI student 2008 Figure drawing by Ran Jing PWI student, 2010 Figure drawing by Rajesh N. Pai PWI student, 2011