The ACA World Championship is a global competition that tests students design skills using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. The ACA Championship Malaysia 2017, organized by Acestar Sdn Bhd, sets a platform for students whose major is in Art & Design to showcase their work on a wider scale, while opening up many opportunities for them such as securing of employment. This competition, opened to all institutions of higher learning, secondary schools, colleges, and polytechnics will see the winner being selected during this event.
Students are required to participate in Malaysia National Championship, and the winners of that event will continue on to the World Championship in USA.
Passion in creativity and design.
Open to students of Secondary schools, Technical Junior Colleges, Centralised Institutes, Polytechnics, Universities and Private Institutions subject to the institution(s) having first registered as participant of this competition.
You must be between the ages of 13 and 22 as of June 15th, 2018
Register as a participant before 18th March 2018
Attend Competition Kick-off briefing on 22nd March 2018 (For outstation who unable to attend will brief via email)
Upload the final artwork before 2nd April 2018
Trip to Orlando, Florida, USA
Represent Malaysia at the ACA World Championship in Orlando, Florida, USA
9.00am To 12.00pm
Venue: Connnexion Conference & Event Center, Bangsar South City
Top 30 Finalists will be announced by registered Email
9.00am To 6.00pm
Venue : Bangsar South City
Venue: Connexion Conference & Event Center, Bangsar South City For further details contact email@example.com
Grand winner will represent Malaysia at the ACA World Championship in Orlando, Florida, USA Return flight ticket & Accommodation will be provided to eligible winner *(subject to terms and conditions)
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