For example, 3D designers are critical to the entertainment industry – in film, animation and gaming. They’re also used extensively in digital marketing, science, engineering, architecture and interior design, as well as in IT, developing 3D modeling and design tools.
The majority of Filipino 3D designers are graduates of information technology (IT), engineering and architecture degrees. In 2017, there were over 73,600 graduates in IT, almost 83,000 in engineering and 4,800 in architecture.
These graduates are highly-employable as the majority have been immersed in actual projects during their immersion/internship with various companies, which is a requirement of their qualification.