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Yes, your English is horrible. Are you Chinese? It sounds like you are. If you go to school here, I hope you''re taking ESL too.

Anyway, "game computer subject" is mysterious. You can''t get a master''s in game programming, if that''s what you''re thinking.

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Yeah, make sure you''ve got a good IELTS score before you go. But don''t worry too much, as your English will improve quickly when you have to use it every day.

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You can''t get a master''s in game programming, if that''s what you''re thinking.


You can in scotland!

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English learn you must, Yoda one!


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Yes, your English is horrible...


Wow! You guys are harsh. I would like you see either of you post in something other than your native language. chaiyapongx may not have used perfect English grammar, but was there any doubt of his/her message? Your replies both indicate you were able to understand the post -- therefore, by definition, the English was adequate.

chaiyapongx: Sorry, I don''t have any advice for you in your search for graduate schools. I am not aware of any schools in the US that offer master degrees in game programming. Maybe a more general computer science program could serve your needs.

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the only school that offers MS in game programming or almost identical is at digipen.

you may to take a look at that school

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The point was that I would not go to graduate school in China if my Chinese wasn''t very good. And reading/writing foreign languages is typically much easier than speaking/listening to them, for me at least. So if he''s not good at writing... of course he communicated his message correctly, but don''t you have to write many theses (plural of thesis) and things? Hopefully he can.

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I am going to learn at USA in master degree with game computer subject. Where I could to go to?

Je vais etudier aux les etats-unis pour [master''s degree in game programming?]. Ou fais-moi aller? OK so my French is worse than his English, but you don''t see me trying to attend school in France... even Quebec,CA is difficult for me to get along in.

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Well, come to Hawaii and your English will be just fine. We have a lot of Asian students who write a lot worse than you. Once you are here you''d take EFP (English Foundation Program) for three months, no sweat for you!

There are no Game programming classes but CSCI undergraduate and a MSIS to ollow up with.

Go to http://www.hpu.edu for more info.

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you can get a master degree in physics simulation,artificial intelligence, computer graphics, or whatever subject that can help you to build a career in gdev.

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Wow! You guys are harsh. I would like you see either of you post in something other than your native language. chaiyapongx may not have used perfect English grammar, but was there any doubt of his/her message? Your replies both indicate you were able to understand the post -- therefore, by definition, the English was adequate.



People who speak english poorly, whatever, no problem. The only other language I can speak, French, I am far from fluent in.

But... he wants to get a Master''s degree in America. That''s another story. Maybe my school is unusual, but all graduate students here must teach as TA''s, and in some cases they teach as the primary teacher/professor. Graduate students who speak poor english are a detriment to all undergraduates who get stuck in their section. Why should their education suffer at the benefit of someone elses? I wouldn''t even think of going to France and attempting to teach.

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CGameProgrammer, tortoise: I agree. The level of English displayed in chaiyapongx''s message is far from adequate to be able to do well in a graduate school setting in the USA. I was simply responding to what I felt were a couple of mean-spirited replies to the original message. I think chaiyapongx''s English is far from "horrible". Would grad school be challenging for chaiyapongx? Absolutely! Should we therefore discourage chaiyapongx from applying to US grad schools? Absolutely not! We aren''t grad school admission officers (or if you happen to be one, surely you aren''t serving as such while reading GameDev.net). So let''s leave it to them to determine who gets in.

I was motivated to reply because I though a more supportive environment would be better for everyone. What I saw was someone taking a big risk trying to pursue something they love and the first two replies were rather negative. I don''t want this to degrade into a flame-fest or anything (not that it seems to be heading that way) and we''ve probably already veered way off the original topic. So let me close by saying that I, for one, wish chaiyapongx good luck in all future endeavors. I hope you find a graduate school and go on to make great computer games.

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Why would I post something in a different language? English works well enough for me.

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Even though you can''t get a masters strictly in games programming I go to a good comp sci university, and we do offer games programming courses. This is also the second most diverse school in the Unites States with a very large asain population. Check it out here: http://www.umbc.edu

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You can;t do a Masters in game programming in America, apart from at specialist schools? There''s loads of universities in the UK that offer it as a Batchelors or Masters degree.

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