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While playing video games has been a fun part of the course, so far I would say my favourite part has been the opportunity to look in-depth into the world of gaming and how the sports industry is rapidly adjusting to making video game play a key area of the industry. I’ve also enjoyed the opportunity to learn about the business side of Esports as it has given me more of a ‘behind the scenes’ insight into gaming.
I enjoyed my time at LMC and I still miss it very much.
Without doubt the best part and what will always stay with me was the people. The comradery, the friends, the laughs we all had, this isn’t only my fellow peers but also my tutors as well, both Kevin and Ant were incredible and great to get on with.
The best part was definitely that I met some lifelong friends from college which made those years some of the best of my life. On top of this, there was a lot of creativity that was encouraged when completing the work. Finally, the opportunity for work experience in the Czech Republic inspired my allure for travel around and learn about other countries’ cultures.
If you’re serious about a career in the media industry then this is the course for you. It will provide you with a well-rounded skill set that you can then take with you on your next steps, whether that be in the working environment or university.
I work in the defence sector, so the nature of my work is always interesting. Being a software engineer, a large part of my job is problem solving. I'm faced with a task and have to come up with a way to fix it. I work with some very talented and experienced people, each day is interesting. It’s often very difficult, but is certainly a satisfying job.
Tutors provide honest and critical feedback and support that allowed me to realise important things about the industry I was heading in. While the opportunities allowed me to explore different aspects of games development before deciding what I want to do in the future.
The course enabled me to work in a professional environment and really familiarise myself with the practical application of the skills we were learning. It was great being able to test my skills with location recordings and it showed me how I can fully utilise a space or piece of technology.
Do it, but don’t be half-hearted. The music courses aren’t doss courses for people to take when they’re undecided on what they want to do in life. They are there for people who have a passion for music and want to take up a job somewhere in the industry later in life, they will push you and stretch you in the ways that you need to have a chance of making a successful career.