CCAT is a for-profit college located in Bayamón, Puerto Rico in the San Juan Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 546 undergraduate students. The CCAT acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Recording Arts Technician, Cinematography and Video Production, and Photography. Graduating 49% of students, CCAT alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $14,500.
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Colegio de Cinematografia, Artes y Television Reviews
At first I didn't know if this was the place to go. Upon arriving to my first class, most were freshmen. The teacher was a bit late but once he started giving class he gave you our very first assignment. Write a pitch. And he spoke to us in a way that it felt like we weren't even students. He took us seriously. Then you realize they all do. They have great attention to detail and they make you feel like you are learning something new every day without trying. You do have to make effort in what you do but it's an involved school. The staff is always nice and it's surrounded by passionate students. If I could do it all again I would. Those first ten minutes erased every doubt I had. A huge plus is that it's the only good and up to date film school in the island, with only two schools. It works with the students necessities and it makes sure every one of us have equal chances. It's also increasing the number of females per year.