The Grads in Games Educational Institution award for Universities highlights those institutions at a Higher Education level who have demonstrated a positive impact with their students over the past 12 months.
The Industry Collaboration Award highlights those universities and studios who actively collaborate on work.
The Graduate Impact Award highlights recent graduates and junior staff that have exceeded expectations in a studio role
The Graduate Employer Award highlights studios & companies that have demonstrated a positive and pro-active approach in hiring and supporting graduates & interns over the past 12 months. Showcasing the studios that are doing the most to help the next generation of games developers and doing their bit to work towards a more sustainable future […]
The Grads in Games Student Hero award highlights current games students who have demonstrated a positive impact with their fellow students over the past 12 months. We want to showcase the students who are the doing the most to support, progress and inspire their peers through a range of pro-active and supportive activities. These are […]
The Grads in Games Educational Institution award for Colleges highlights those institutions at a further Education level who have demonstrated a positive impact with their students over the past 12 months. These are the colleges that are doing the most to help students, giving them the best opportunities to graduate in to Higher Education or […]
The Student Game Award highlights student-built projects published within the past 12 months that demonstrate a strong talent and aptitude from its developer(s). These can be an individual project or a group project, either as part of student coursework or produced independently and extra-curricular. The nominations this year showcase over 20 projects that go above […]
The Grads in Games Academic Award highlights lecturers, course leaders & academics who have demonstrated a positive impact with their students over the past 12 months. These are the academics that go beyond just the lectures, are often excellent student mentors, organise industry events and speakers, and can show wide-ranging beneficial results of their work. […]
As you’ll no doubt already be aware, COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is causing delays and issues for events across the industry. This year the Grads in Games Awards were due to be part of the BGI’s GamesEd20 conference, on April 16th at the National Videogame Museum in Sheffield. It has now been made public that GamesEd20 has been moved back to September 7th […]
Well; that was unexpected! Grads in Games Awards nominees are now all in and recorded. Not only did you come out in force to vote for those working incredibly hard in games industry education, you broke our all-time record for submissions! It’s heartwarming to see so many messages of support for lecturers, students, studios and […]