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Pulse College Students Land UK Placements
25 Mar 2010 :
Pulse College has announced it has secured funding from the Leonardo European Mobility Scheme 2010 which will finance work placements for their Irish second year students. The students will be given the opportunity for a fully funded placement in some of the UK’s most prestigious after digital media companies.

The fund from the scheme will cover accommodation, travel expenses and insurance relieving much of the financial pressure incurred when taking work placements. The Pulse students who participant will train in state-of-the-art facilities, gain practical work experience and industry insight. As a result of the placements it is hoped that students will return to Ireland with knowledge and creative ability to adapt to the changing landscape of the Irish multimedia industry.

“The calibre of the projects and placements in 2009 was exceptional. Some of the projects and clients of the organisations included: James Bond Casino Royal, Slumdog Millionaire, The Duchess, Michael Clayton, Grand Designs, Top Gear, Little Britian, Michael Jackson, Kylie Minogue, and Girls Aloud. 2010 is expected to be no different,” explains Naomi Moore, director of Pulse College.

Dublin-based Pulse Recording College was established in 1990 as a multimedia training college. The chosen students will take up their work placements in the UK in April.

More at www.pulsecollege.eu/



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