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Undergraduate Computer Games student work

Students on our BA (Hons) Computer Games Art course develop skills in modelling, texturing and animation, allowing them to create gameworlds filled with fascinating characters, immersive environments and impressive special effects.

Meanwhile, our BSc (Hons) Computer Gaming Technology course allows students to study both the theoretical and practical aspects gaming, experiencing the whole development process from initial concepts to publication.

All these skills are not only in great demand in the gaming industry, but also in areas such as film and television production, marketing, advertising, web design, production and broadcast media.

You might also be interested in our newer BA (Hons) Computer Games Design and BSc (Hons) Computer Games Programming.