We’ve confirmed the first five universities that will be joining us in October for our University Open Day!
After our trial event during this year’s Games Careers Week, we’re bringing back the event this autumn to help provide information and guidance to college and high school students about university options and opportunities across multiple areas of game development.
If you’re interested in learning more about game development, or adding to your studies with a postgraduate course, then the Uni Open Day is an excellent chance for you to speak with leading universities about what courses they offer and how they can help you. Similarly, if you’re an undergraduate student at university looking to for further study, there’s several universities with postgraduate courses for you to learn more about.
You can learn more about the first universities added to October’s line-up below.
The University of Lincoln is well known for their technical expertise, and provide multiple courses around Computer Science and Games Programming at both undergrad and postgrad levels, as well as broader development and design.
Norwich University of the Arts consistently produces fantastic artists for the games industry, and has a range of art and design courses focused in games industry areas including 3D Art, Animation, VFX, Design and UX.
Teesside University is one of the leading games educators in the UK, with multiple courses covering a wide range of game development areas at both undergrad and postgrad levels, including Design, Programming, 3D Art, Animation, Concept Art, Indie Games, Business and more.
The Institute of Games at the University of Malta provides a leading postgrad course on Digital Games, plus multiple research opportunities in the field, all from the beautiful Mediterranean island.
London’s Royal Holloway is a world-leading university with a strong selection of Computer Science courses at undergrad and postgrad level in addition to games art and design.