This creative and technical degree features exciting opportunities for teamwork with games art and 3D modellers, as well as internships with Gamelab and other projects for real clients. We encourage you to enter competitions, take part in public gaming events and get involved in our annual showcase for industry, so you have the opportunity to produce a great portfolio when you graduate. Added value: The course opens up many employment prospects in gaming and entertainment development, as well as in traditional and new high technology companies in the public and private sectors.
Year 1 topics include: game design; game portfolio 1; logic and mathematical techniques; computer hardware and software architecture. Year 2 topics include: C++ programming; digital toy design; game portfolio 2; graphics and imaging; C++ programming for games. Year 3 topics include: project; long work related learning; prototype development; artificial intelligence; artificial intelligence for games.
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- International Baccalaureate 28
- Tariff 96
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- GCE AS-level
- BTEC National Certificate (12 units) DD
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