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31 Reviews From Shillington Online Graduates

Back in 2020, Shillington made the decision to move our innovative graphic design course Online. With three timezone options we’ve seen students join from across the globe—Osaka, Tallinn, Jakarta, Dallas, Guayaquil and Shanghai to name just a few. The Online course has been a roaring success—but, we don’t want you to just take our word for it. So, we’ve pulled together some anonymous testimonials from our Online graduates and students to show you some firsthand feedback on the courses. Read on to hear all about it!

 

 

 

Meet Rhys Brennan, Shillington Graduate and Graphic Designer at Romano Beck

Rhys Brennan was working a marketing job for a large Australian retailer, collaborating with creative agencies and designers. But he realised he wanted to be on the creative side of things, so he left his job and enrolled at Shillington Melbourne full-time. We recently caught up with Rhys to chat about the cool clients he’s had a chance to work with since becoming a graphic designer, his double life as a bass player and time at Shillington.

Interview with James Woods, Senior Designer at Human After All

Almost ten years after graduating, James Woods is now working as a Senior Designer at Human After All, but has always carved out his own unique path through the industry. We caught up with James in the new year to talk through his design journey so far, as well as share some of his key advice with our global graduates.

 

I was really impressed with the student work that came from Shillington. It was almost unbelievable to see great work from students within such a short amount of time but it is a lot of hard work and guidance from teachers who have been in the industry for so long, which made the program really worth it for me.

Sivim Ly
Junior Graphic Designer at Loeffler Randall

BIPOC Resources for Creatives

At Shillington, we’ve searched the web to bring you a comprehensive list of BIPOC resources—creative directories to explore, organizations to follow, creative services, design events and places for mutual aid.

Read on to discover a wealth of these amazing resources that support BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour), along with important initiatives within the creative community to bring visibility to organizations, creatives around the world and programs aimed at empowering and celebrating creatives of colour.

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US

Zoom Info Session for New York City and Online Courses
Tuesday, 19 April at 1:00pm EST/10.00am PST

On-Campus Info Session for New York City and Online Courses
Tuesday 23 August at 6.00pm EDT sharp

Full-time classes start 25 April 2022
Part-time classes 19 September 2022

UK

Zoom Info Session for London and Online Courses
Tuesday, 19 April at 6.00PM BST

On-Campus Info Session for London and Online Courses
Tuesday, 23 August at 6.00pm BST sharp

Full-time classes start 25 April 2022
Sunday part-time classes start 17 September 2022
Part-time on-campus and online classes start 19 September 2022

AU

On-Campus Info Sessions for Sydney and Online Courses
Thursday, 19 May at 6.00pm AEST sharp

Zoom Info Session for Sydney, Melbourne and Online Courses
Wednesday, 27 July at 6.00pm AEST

Melbourne full-time classes start 30 May 2022
Part-time classes start 12 September 2022

ONL

Zoom Info Session for Online Courses
Tuesday, 19 April at 1:00pm EST/10.00 am PST/6pm BST
Wednesday, 27 July at 6.00pm AEST

Part-time classes start 19 September 2022

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