Friday, May 12, 2006


AWARDSchool is the unique training course in creative advertising.
The program will launch in Kuala Lumpur this year with the support of the 4A’s, and applications are now open online @
AWARD has conducted the course in Australia for 23 years and it is the premier creative education system in the country.
The 4A’s in Kuala Lumpur are supporting the program and will be partners of AWARD in conducting the School.
AWARDSchool is completely unique in that it is a course in IDEAS and how great creative thinking applies to advertising.
It provides students with insight into the creative process and develops the creative disciplines of art direction and copywriting.
The 12-week part time course will run from early June to September in Kuala Lumpur.
To be accepted into the course, each person must submit a folio of work based on the brief set by the co-ordinators of AWARDSchool.
The brief will consist of writing some ads and submitting them in a very basic form - no professional artists required!
AWARDSchool will accept approximately 30 students in Kuala Lumpur. Applications have now gone online at
ASTRO TV and AMP Radio Networks are the GOLD Sponsors of AWARD School Kuala Lumpur 2006. This important partnership outlines the commitment from both companies to the next creative generation in advertising.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Semoga sukses.

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bahasu Malaya only

10:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How on earth can Award School be described as the "premier creative education system in the country"? The course only goes for 12 weeks you fool. Nobody "teaching" is a qualified educator. Go to university & learn how to think, then the advertising bit is easy.

10:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Failed it a few times, eh 10:36?

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ha ha 10.36 you're the fool.

Uni teaches you how to follow.

2:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

RMIT course kills AWARD

2:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


3:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Award KL is sure to take some of the full fee paying students from RMIT.
Maybe that will raise the standard of work. As of 2 years ago they certainly were NOT harsh enough on the ideas side of things. Which is where AWARD excels, maybe RMIT can take some cues from that.

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

award school needs to be longer and more intense - the training students get in the usa and the uk is sadly far superior. after 2 years these kids come out smart and ready to rumble.

2 nights a week for 12 weeks ain't enough.

checkout the syllabus at the:

11:39 PM  

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