Our academic affiliations ensure that you will have exposure to centres of excellence across places in the world – Australia, Europe, North America – and an opportunity to augment your degree qualifications.
The Whistling Woods International Affiliations department works actively with film schools around the world to create opportunities for students wishing to gain international exposure and degree qualifications.
WWI has alliances with several reputed institutions abroad as Principal Partners for advanced standing for graduate and post graduate programmes, student exchanges and active study groups. These include Edith Cowan University, Deakin University, Griffith University and Queensland University of Technology (Australia), Met Film School, University of Hertfordshire, Bournemouth University, Teesside University, London College of Communications, Screen Academy of Scotland (United Kingdom), the Netherlands Film and Television Academy (The Netherlands), and School of Visual Arts (United States of America).
ECV, a leading Design School headquartered in Paris, France providing global standard of education in Design aesthetics, methodology and, production has partnered with Whistling Woods International and launched Whistling Woods International School of Design, a one-of-its-kind institute, which offers Bachelor’s in Visual Communication and Design, a comprehensive three year programme.
WWI also has partners for short customized courses, workshops, shared library resources, and student and faculty exchanges. These In Line Partners include; Syracuse University (USA), Bradford College, Leeds Metropolitan University, University of Portsmouth (UK), and Norsk Film Institute (Norway).
Apart from these tie-ups, WWI has also conducted many exchange activities with students of other international universities such as collaborating with Bradford College UK and New York University’s Tisch School of Arts (Asia) on joint film projects, and with students from other global institutes attending sessions in the WWI campus, while WWI students have attended courses on campuses abroad.