My brother did CS in Trinity about 6 years ago. Now im sure things have changed since then, but at the time, it had the highest dropout rate in the country, and after he evtunally came out the other end, the drought had hit, and he now works in insurance.
But as i hardly have a clue how to go about going in the industry (ive been asking similar questions here myself) im not sure if it would apply to you, as my brother didnt have a clue what he wanted to do anyway (probably just wanted to get a decent job anywhere) and you seem to have your eyes set on a goal career, which is great.
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Unlucky for him. My brother did IT in college about seven years ago and had the same problem. He has found himself a job now though, and it seems more and more jobs are coming around these days. He got himself a job in Dell and a local computer repair shop and he has good job prospects now.
My cousin did this course 5 years ago and he is now doing a PHD in Trinity, so he definently loved it. I think that it would be a great course to start in. Thanks for your input! I appreciate it.
I’m just wondering whether the work experience available in UL and Galway would be better than the no work experience in Trinity and whether people in the games industry really care about experience or the course? Thanks again.