Staffordshire University’s established computing games have been at the forefront of the education sector, and we have now brought that esteem and innovation to London, the technological capital of the country. You will be taught in our brand-new East London campus based in Here East, in the heart of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Here East is home to high-tech businesses and leading universities specializing in industries of the future. You will be taught in open plan learning spaces with the best in new and future technology and have access to social spaces for industry networking to set you up for the best start to your career in games. On the course you’ll develop your skills by using industry standard software and hardware such as Adobe Creative Cloud, 3DS Max and the Unreal game engine. Using professional techniques acquired through lectures, tutorials, seminars, and industry workshops, you will develop a portfolio of industry standard work. Upon graduation from Staffordshire University London, you should be prepared for careers as an: Animator, Applications Developer, Games Designer, Graphic Designer, Multimedia Programmer, Software Engineer, VFX Artist, and more. In Year 1 you’ll learn about level development pipelines and games mechanics design and implementation. You’ll cover 3D modelling skills and develop an understanding of 3D games engines. In your second year, you'll work on a group project as a junior member of a development team. You will specialise as a game designer through modules covering advanced game engines, scripting and UI design. Your third year will see you become a senior member of the collaborative development team. Finalising your skillset and portfolio through individual projects and games production modules. Representatives from games companies come to the University for development and training, providing you with excellent opportunities to network with industry professionals and potential employers. On successful completion of study, we will issue the following award: BSc (Hons) Computer Games Design
Year 1 (Core) Introduction to Games Design, Introduction to 3D Games Engines, Introduction to 3D Modelling for Games, Narratology for Games Year 2 (Core)Junior Collaborative Game Development and Testing, 3D Games Design and Development, Advanced 3D Games Engines and Scripting, Game Interface Design and Implementation Year 3 (Placement) The placement year is a chance for you to get into industry with the full support of Staffordshire University London.There will be no standard teaching modules during your placement year, however you will be required keep a journal of your activities and produce a reflective report. Year 4 (Core) Senior Collaborative Games Development & Testing, Advanced Games Design and Production, Individual Games Technology Portfolio, Individual Games Technology Project
How to apply
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|