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Are you ready for the disruptions brought along by new technology? Will your skill-sets be obsolete in the near future? Is your job still robot-proof with artificial intelligence gaining acceptance in various industries quickly?

Be it for your self-interest, starting a sideline or keeping yourself employable, it is time to put those free time to some good use by learning a new skill that will help you remain relevant in this new economy. 

With entirely project based work that allows you to acquire hands-on experience, MAD School makes sure all our students have the ability to execute by helping them create a strong portfolio from class projects to showcase their capabilities to their future prospective clients or employers.

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Professional Photography


Love photography and using Instagram? This is the course for you to monetise your hobby during your free time!


Create a strong professional photography portfolio that will make different types of clients engage your services in a heartbeat. 

Get trained by experienced professionals on different types of photography to take on different projects upon graduation.

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DIGITAL marketing


One of the most sought after skills for marketers, knowing digital marketing will give you that edge whether you are looking at clinching that freelance job or getting a role in the highly competitive job market.

Learn professional techniques for search engine optimisation (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM), effective storytelling through content marketing, social media marketing and more from only highly experienced practitioners who are still in the industry, imparting valuable current best practises and knowledge.

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The Barbarian Agency product designer Ma

According to a recent report by World Economic Forum, creativity is the 3rd most important skills that all employers will be looking for by 2020.

Learn all aspects of design and have the ability to make use of various design softwares to execute all kind of creative work for different clients.

A programme that constantly produces award winning students on an annual basis, this course ensures all graduates leave school with skills that will enable them to, not only survive but, thrive in the creative industry. 

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WeB coding & UI/UX

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Acknowledged by most designers as one of the most urgent skills to acquire, UI/UX is almost a must as a criteria for some hiring companies. Due to the lack of available talent in the market, companies are turning to the freelance circle, making it one of the most lucrative gig.


With job losses to AI in the coming decades predicted in the millions, coding is one skill that looks futureproof. 


With programming jobs overall growing at 12% faster than the market average, it is no surprise why is naming coding as the single most important job skill one can learn.

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Featured Trainers

Kenji graduated with a distinction in Master of Design from Curtin University of Technology, Australia, in 2003 and received a year of professional packaging design training from Japan in 1991. Kenji has accumulated more than 10 years of professional teaching experience as a design educator and 20 years of relevant job experiences as a creative practitioner in the graphic design, branding, advertising, packaging, publishing and printing industries.

With Kenji’s passion in teaching, mentorship and engagement with his students over the last few years, he has personally nurtured and groomed many successful design practitioners and designpreneurs. many of his past students have won more than 80 local and international awards and recognition from Singapore, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom and America.

Robert Gaxiola is an advertising creative director and founder of Singapore agency ManghamGaxiola. 

After just three years in business, the agency entered into a purchase agreement with the Dentsu Aegis Network and added McGarryBowen to their names on the door.


Prior to that, he worked under much bigger names such as Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Bates 141, FCB and Disney. His last job prior to setting his own shop was the Executive Creative Director of Ogilvy & Mather Singapore.

Spending more than 20 years in the AdMarcom industry, Angela has held leadership positions for over a decade, in the APAC region, with MNC agencies, South China Morning Post Group and Global Luxury Group, LVMH.


Before becoming the founder of her own start-up Antrepod, she experienced entrepreneurship first hand by starting agencies and had delivered over 600% business growth in business over 3 years. Because of this, she was one of the finalists for 2011 Australia China Alumni Awards for ‘Women In Leadership’.

Chelsea is currently with PayPal as the UX Lead in APAC. Prior to this, she was working as a Senior Experience Specialist in Citibank on their Fintech in the APC region.

She has a strong record of designing transformative user experiences at organizations across various industries including government, financial institutions and education. Designing to her is about weaving intention into a seamless, transcendent experience.



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