On Thursday 11th February the Grads in Games team headed up to Animex Festival’s networking event at Teesside University in Middlesbrough. Animex is an inclusive event that celebrates games and animation, providing a space for academics, students and industry professionals to network and entertain. The festival took place from the 8th-12th February, with an array […]
The results are in for Round 1 of the graduate games code & art competitions, with our team of judges whittling down 600 entrants to just 160 qualifiers.
Exciting placement and internship opportunities await in 2016/17 with worldwide employer Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment! WBIE is a leading publisher, developer, licensor and distributor of video games and interactive entertainment. As an employer, they have been rated as one of the top 3 employers offering placement & internship opportunities to students. Creating & distributing content […]
As a third year Marketing student, I quite frankly don’t know my Python from my Java, my stack from my algorithm. Squeezing a banana to make a computer work? No, I don’t understand how this works either, but it’s pretty mesmerising! Unsurprisingly, school children think so too… So how can Code Club also help you with landing your own job in video games?
This is a proud achievement for the whole Grads In Games team, and a huge honour to have the work we do recognised by an industry body such as TIGA. It’s fantastic to be appreciated for all of the efforts the team put into running the national Get In The Game careers tour and Search For A Star graduate showcase competitions.