Kaftan Barlast Posted December 8, 2004 Share Posted December 8, 2004 In Sweden there are universities(2) that offer education in game development, a full university program of maybe 3-4 years. Its one basic year of broad learning programming, modeling and animation and then the program offers branches with advanced in depth studies of each(theres also writer/concept and a sound/music branches available) But I wonder if its really worth it? The picture I get of the gaming industry is that experience is what really counts, not schooling. Am I wrong? Would a company hire someone fresh out of uni without any commercial game titles in the belt? DISCLAIMER: Do not take what I write seriously unless it is clearly and in no uncertain terms, declared by me to be meant in a serious and non-humoristic manner. If there is no clear indication, asume the post is written in jest. This notification is meant very seriously and its purpouse is to avoid misunderstandings and the consequences thereof. Furthermore; I can not be held accountable for anything I write on these forums since the idea of taking serious responsability for my unserious actions, is an oxymoron in itself. Important: as the following sentence contains many naughty words I warn you not to read it under any circumstances; botty, knickers, wee, erogenous zone, psychiatrist, clitoris, stockings, bosom, poetry reading, dentist, fellatio and the department of agriculture. "I suppose outright stupidity and complete lack of taste could also be considered points of view. " Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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