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SAE was founded by Tom Misner in Sydney in 1976, transforming a small advertising studio into a classroom. Over the next six years, campuses were established in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. In the mid-1980s, SAE began opening universities outside of Australia, including locations in London, Munich, Frankfurt, Vienna, Berlin, Auckland, and Glasgow. In the 1990s, SAE opened its European headquarters in Amsterdam and opened offices in Paris, Hamburg, Zurich, Hobart, Cologne, Stockholm and Milan. SAE also began to expand into Asia in the 1990s, opening offices in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. In the late 1990s, SAE established SAE Entertainment, and launched a complete university degree program in cooperation with Southern Cross University and Middlesex University. In 1999, SAE began to open factories in the United States, and in the following ten years opened offices in Nashville, Miami, San Francisco, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Chicago. In 2000, SAE started operating charter schools in India, and opened four that year. In the 2000s, in Liverpool, Madrid, Brussels, Bangkok, Leipzig, Barcelona, ​​Dubai, Amman, Cape Town, Istanbul and Serbia. Licensing agreements have been signed for new schools in Qatar, Bogotá, Colombia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. The Dubai branch provides a degree certificate accredited by Middlesex University (Middlesex University). In the 2000s, SAE also acquired QANTM, an Australian production, media and training company, and moved its headquarters to Littlemore Park in Oxford and its headquarters to Byron Bay, Australia.
In 2010, SAE Academy was sold to Navitas, a listed education services company. In the following years, new offices were opened in Romania, Jakarta and Moskhato. Navitas began taking over the U.S. campus in 2011 and laid off more than 40 U.S. employees in 2014.