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This topic contains 5 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  RonanHayes 9 years, 10 months ago.

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  • #6607

    Jamie McCormick

    Hey guys,

    Are any courses in Dublin/around the country looking for part-time lecturers for next year?


  • #40418


    Hey guys,

    Are any courses in Dublin/around the country looking for part-time lecturers for next year?


    What field are you looking for? Also typically for IT or uni’s dont you need a masters or phd to lecture.

  • #40419


    for universities you generally need a PhD although for contract lecturing doing a PhD is probably ok. Where this is waived is when work experience/professional knowledge can be demonstrated.

    In the ITs a good honours degree is usually sufficient.


  • #40421



    We’re always looking to expand the team and have a few interesting developments coming up


  • #40423

    Jamie McCormick

    Hi guys,

    I’m looking at lecturing a business module for game developers. I’ve been working on a syllabus to help students coming from a tech background understand the basics of running a business, hr, payroll and accounting, and then learn the business models, development contracts, royalties and how to go about making an income in the industry (ie mobile/web/pc/console)

    I’ve an honours degree in management and marketing from dit aungier st and am happy working in IT’s because I had a great time there as a student.

    My options at the moment are go to the uk and get a job in a publisher or stay here and lecture, and i like the idea of that if it’s available on a part-time basis.

  • #40428


    I would recommend you add Project Management and Costing to your syllabus. I would also question the benefit of trying to teach students as to how they should go about making an income in the industry, but rather give them the ability to spot and evaluate such opportunities.

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