The world is made of stories. We are dedicated to the art and craft of telling stories. That's why we've invested in cutting-edge equipment and world-class facilities to develop the next generation of storytellers. Take a virtual tour and see how we can help you tell the stories that matter to you.
Humber students were awarded first, second and third place in this years AICC Design Competition. Cindy Rong's Mentos solution received first place. Second place went to Ann Mary Gomes for her Lipton Tea solution. Third place was awarded to Alexandra Lalonde for her Tetley Tea solution. The awards will be handed out to all three students at the AICC closing meeting on June 16, 2014.
Three Humber Web Development program students have launched their first professional website. www.capitalwaterfowling.com was created by web development students Kate Gollogy, Reshma Mathew & Jackie Liu. Congratulations Kate, Reshma and Jackie! Read more about the project and the challenges the team faced here.
Recruiting the right candidates is hard work. To help in the process Trinia Boos, President of Boost Agents and founder of AdLounge created the Next Gen Dinner Series. This year marks the fourth year of the Next Gen Dinner Series and third year Bachelor of Creative Advertising student Kael Cruz was lucky enough to be selected to attend, along with 63 other up-and-coming advertising, public relations and marketing students. To read more about the Next Gen Dinner Series and Kael's experience and preperation click on the link below.
With the largest combination of Media, Arts, and IT programs offered in any college in Canada, there is a story to be told on multiple platforms.
This is a paid fellowship that will be offered to six students who are either in the third year of a degree program or the final year of a diploma or graduate certificate program. Students in programs at either school are eligible to apply.
The School of Media Studies & Information Technology at Humber features some of the most advanced facilities and equipment available for students to learn, practise and develop skills in real-life settings.