Technology and Media School, in the heart of Manhattan, is proud to be a professional school with one goal: giving students the training they’ll need to be operational from the start of their career.
Our only focus: teaching information and communications technologies, the growth drivers of the 21st-century economy. A new school in New York City, Technology and Media School has relied on the expertise of a leading European higher-education group, IONIS Education Group, to develop its project-based teaching method. Benefiting from IONIS’s nearly 40 years of steady dialogue with different industries, Technology and Media School combines theory and practice to train job-ready graduates in specific fields of study.
Software programming and visual media
Classes are small, with not more than 20 students, which allows for a continuous interaction between teachers and students as well as among students in a workshop environment. Courses are intensive – over 900 to 1200 hours – with students taking an active part in the learning process as they are encouraged to identify their mistakes and come up with their own solution.
The method has long been successfully tested at IONIS schools, with its 28,000 students and 78,000 alumni in different programs designed to answer the needs expressed by industry participants.
Basic Programming and Systems Administration is our flagship curriculum in 1200 hours as software developers are in great demand in virtually all industries. Students who successfully complete this program can seek added competence by taking Advanced Programming and Systems Administration the following year.
Web design is at the heart of digital communication for companies small and large that want to convey their message to prospects and customers. Video production and editing as well as animation, including special effects, are the new frontier of visual communication.