24 Nov 2013

Careful What You Tweet

Heineken is at it again, With Departure Roulette En Route

How many times have you claimed on social media that you would do something if given the chance. You kind of knew you were safe, it could never happen so you brag a little. Better be careful. Heineken is calling people out on their claims and making them drop their sandwich and go.


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04 Nov 2013

Miami Ad School’s Assistant Strategist Wins Pro-Bono Challenge

Google and the 4As Team Up to Teach MAIP Alums and Help Camp Kesem

Caitlin Bishop, Assistant Strategist at Miami Ad School New York, was part of the winning team at AdByte Powered by Google which was held on Oct. 28th. The event was the first ever product-immersion program between Google, the 4As, and the Multicultural Advertising Internship Program (MAIP).


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01 Nov 2013

Sara Cobaugh, Account Planner at McKinney, Wins Pick of the Litter

She Also Reveals How We Can Break the Cash v. Puppy Streak

Miami Ad School held its annual Pick of the Litter contest, a celebration of outstanding planners with less than three years strategic experience, at the 4A’s Strategy Festival in Nashville. On October 28th, Sara Cobaugh, an account planner at McKinney, took home the top spot.


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25 Oct 2013

What is the most shared item on adweek.com of 2013?

Grad’s “Auto-Complete Truth” campaign becomes viral success

If you've been on Facebook, Twitter, or at this point, not living under a rock, then you have probably seen the latest campaign from Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubai for UN Women. “Auto-Complete Truth” exposes a scary reality on how women are perceived, and ultimately treated, throughout different areas around the globe.


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23 Oct 2013

Brooklyn’s Creativity Comes Alive At Miami Ad School New York

Students work with Entree Lifestyle on TRIBUTE TO NOTORIOUS B.I.G.

In collaboration with Brooklyn-based street wear brand Entree Lifestyle, the students and teachers of Miami Ad School New York created a massive tribute to late rapper and iconic Brooklyn cultural figure Notorious B.I.G. They used a layering "remixed" media style consisting of photographic and graffiti elements in addition to physical elements like actual sand from the Brooklyn Bridge park and authentic NYC taxi decals in the composition of the piece.


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