Historically, careers in creative industries haven’t always carried the same clout as those in business, law and the sciences. But we are delighted to say that the world has changed dramatically. With the growth of digital and interactive media, professional artists drive content for media, entertainment and creative technologies, making them extremely marketable.

The creative sector is booming. PwC projects that in Kenya alone, the entertainment and media industry will exceed US$3 billion in 2017, growing at least 16.3% between 2013 and 2017. Consumer spending will increase 24% every year up to 2017. And students trained in digital media will have a tremendous advantage. For the next 5 years, media will be driven most by internet access, growing 52% annually.

At ADMI, we prepare you to complete and succeed in this competitive but exciting global, digital economy. Our programmes and extra-curricular activities are therefore specifically designed to help you succeed whether you choose employment or to go out on your own.