Welcome Mark Flanagan, Education Program Manager at Epic Games, to this year’s Grads In Games Student Conference! Mark is the latest confirmed speaker for the Grads in Games Student Conference on March 29th, and will be sharing insight into the next generation of Unreal Engine technology! Mark is the Education Program Manager at Epic Games […]
The Grads In Games Awards returns to celebrate those who have made a real impact in improving the links between the games industry & education.
Our 2019 Grads in Games awards shortlist is here! We’ve had a truly fantastic response to the awards this year, it’s been a record year for nominations, increasing by 24% from 2018. You really have helped us to highlight and celebrate all the super studios, amazing academics, star students and upstanding universities with your nominations. […]
The Grads In Games Awards are back for 2019, recognising achievement in games employability by academics, universities, students and studios! Nominations are open right now!
We’re hugely proud to welcome Epic Games back to the Grads In Games initiative for 2018/19, as lead partner for the Search For A Star 3D Art Challenges, and sponsor of the Student Game Award for the Grads In Games Awards 2019
So, you’re at University studying 3D Character or Environment Art, VFX, Animation, Programming, Comp Sci or Game Design, right? You might not be thinking about it just yet, especially not in your first or second year, but you’re going to be hoping to get your first role in the games industry pretty soon aren’t you? You’ll […]
We’re bringing the award-winning Get In The Game careers talks to universities across the UK (and even a couple in Europe)!
With so many submissions for round two of Search For A Star & Sumo Digital Rising Star now in, it’s time to take a look at our illustrious panel of round two judges. These guys and girls know the industry like the back of their hand and know from first hand experience how to break […]
Round 1 for the Search For A Star completions is now open, and information on the first stage is on its way out to all those who have pre-registered!
What was once largely expensive and difficult to manage, is now widely available for users of all skills and ages. However with so many game engines to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you?