Today's Gamasutra educational feature, part of the expanded Gamasutra Education
section of the site, details the busy schedule of MBA student at University of Bradford Alan O'Dea.
After completing the University of Bradford BSc in Interactive System and Video Game Design with honors, Alan O'Dea decided to continue his education with a Masters of Business Administration specialising in the video game industry. As he nears the end of his classes, he reflects on his time spent at the University of Bradford in the following excerpt:
"I have a number of non-university projects on the go this semester. I have articles to write, a number of game design projects I'm working on with various online groups, and I am organising the handover of the Bradford University Video Game Society to a new committee. A friend and I set up a video game society at the University of Bradford last year, and this year I needed to find a whole new set of students to run it.
This semester I am helping a UK video game trade organisation compile data on the Irish video game industry for inclusion in an investment and business opportunities report. All of this activity generates a lot of tasks for me to get through on a day to day basis."
You can now read the full Gamasutra feature on the subject
to find out just how busy Alan O'Dea gets (no registration required, please feel free to link to this educational feature from external websites).