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Ballyfermot College has launched a new programme to help graduates take the step from education to developing careers in Ireland's animation and games industries.

7th September, 2013
John Phelan, Dublin Business Innovation Centre, Ballyfermot College graduate Rachel Wilson, Chris Dicker, Jam Media and Maureen Conway, principal, Ballyfermot College.

Partnership to Bridge skills gap

Ballyfermot College has partnered with the Guinness Enterprise Centre and Dublin Business Innovation Centre to launch a new programme to help graduates take the step from education to developing careers in Ireland's animation and games industries.

Thirteen of the college's students are participating in the Bridge, based in the Guinness Enterprise Centre on Taylor's Lane.

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