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32 year old thinking about Applied Freshwater and Marine Biology

  • 19-11-2013 5:45pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 136 ✭✭


    Hi, as the title says I'm a 32 year old thinking of applying for the course in GMIT next year. I'm currently working in maintenance in a medical devices plant in the midlands. I did mechatronics after the leaving cert, but to be honest I'd like to get out of manufacturing. I like the fact that the course seems to gives students plenty of hands on learning. I'm wondering what my chances of employment are as a newly graduated 36/37 year old. Basically, am I crazy?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 372 ✭✭jamesdiver


    You're never too old, and the classes over past few years have plenty of mature students from all walks of life. If you want to drop me a message i'll be happy to discuss the course with you.


  • Registered Users Posts: 6 emilydee


    did you do the course in the end?


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